Department of Tourism, AL-AMEEN College had organized National Study Tour to Delhi-Manali-Kasol-Agra from 25th February to 07th March 2020. The department had organized this tour with the following objectives :-

  • Students should know about their country
  • Students should be exposed to historical corridors of the country
  • Students should be aware of its glorious history, heritage of India
  • Students should learn management skills, teamwork, leadership skills, marketing strategies, production line, and Automation etc.

The tour started on 25th February 2020 with 33 students (2 girls+20 boys) and 2 faculty members. According to Plan of tour, many historical Monuments and hill stations were covered.

Day one to four

On the First day students visited Delhi, the capital city of India  and stayed at Kabir Palace for 4 days. In Delhi, many  places of interest were covered such as Raj Ghat,Indira Gandhi National Museum and Juma Masjid(Friday Mosque) . shopping  was also done at   Carol Bagh,Chandni Chowk, etc and spent  nice time there.

Day Five (Manali)

After having breakfast the group checked out and moved to Manali. On the way to Manali, students did river rafting at Beas River Kullu Village and reached Manali by evening  Manali and stayed at Manali and had  camp fire in the hotel

Day Six (Manali)

After the breakfast the students went to Solang Valley and spent fun time there. In the evening the group visited Hidimba Devi Temple also known variously as the Hadimba Temple,  located at Manali. It is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Hidimbi Devi, wife of Bhīma, a figure in the Indian epic Mahabharata.In the evening all the students went for shopping and returned to hotel.

Day Seven:

After checking out from the hotel the group returned back  to Delhi and  stayed overnight. Next day ,after the breakfast they checked out from  Delhi and  visited The Baha’i House of Worship which is dedicated to the oneness of humanity and religion. It also displays in symbol and action the unity of mankind – the pivotal principle of the Baha’i Faith. People from all religious backgrounds are welcome here. Each Baha’i House of Worship will become a centre for social, scientific, educational and humanitarian services, living up to its title of “Dawning Place of the Remembrance of God.”

After that they visited India Gate and had lunch at Kerala House Delhi.

Day Eight:

On the eighth day the group checked out from the hotel at 10 am and reached railway station and boarded the train.

 Feedback from the  students were collected The trip left everyone feeling really content and happy.