EDUCATIONAL TOUR TO KUMAON

Our trip to Kumaon was a memorable trip. 

85 Students with 20 teachers left Falna on the night of 20  October. We visited Nainital, Bhimtal, Almora, Kasardevi Temple, Ranikhet, Baijnath Temple, Kausani and Jim Corbett National Park.

The trip was successful as all enjoyed and learnt  many things about Kumaon and specially Kausani.

Rivers Gomti, Shipra  and Kosi were  surprisingly refreshing  as the water was  clean and cool. They flowed along us for a long time.The majestic Himalayan range was mesmerising. We were awestruck by its beauty.The grandeur of Nandadevi peak was breath taking.

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Tea gardens and old temple (9 Century)   added charm to this sleepy little town of Kausani.



Nainital with its beautiful lake attracts travellers. The scenic beauty and cold weather thrilled us.


Jim Corbett National Park, though we went for a Jeep Safari,to our disappointment no animal was spotted what we were looking forward to see.


The trip came to an  end on 27th October, 2012. It was trying to manoeuvre  105 people  from Old Delhi Railway station to Sarairohilla Railway station.

This was great season, just after rains, and the weather was very pleasant too. For some of us this was the first trip up north and yet there were some who had not done a long train journey ever in their lives!


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