One of the most scenic islands in the world, the Andaman Islands enjoy a quiet solitude away from Mainland India, in the Bay of Bengal.
With a plethora of things to learn about — right from India’s freedom struggle, the region’s ecology and biodiversity, to gaining deeper insights into climate conservation — an Edutour to Andaman will equip participants with an array of knowledge and hands-on experiences.
Volunteer with researchers to study the impact of climate change on the local ecosystems - mangroves, rainforests, and inter-tidal areas
Collaborate with local activists to learn about ongoing preservation and restoration efforts of the marine and island ecosystems
Step foot into the lives of freedom fighters and witness the harsh situations they faced at the Cellular Jail by the British forces in the pre-independence era
Get your share of adrenaline with thrilling water sports like scuba diving, snorkeling, jet-skiing, and more, under the supervision of highly-experienced facilitators
Understand the local tribes living in seclusion on some of the islands and their history
Work in teams on CAS projects to assimilate your experiences in Andaman Islands into actionable steps