Showing posts from February, 2018


Global students for their excursion in Dooars It was one of the most memorable and unforgettable weeks for the students of American School of Dubai (ASD) when they participated in a weeklong excursion programme at Dooars region of West Bengal. 28 participants including 04 teachers from USA, Saudi Arab, Australia, India, France, Canada, Afghanistan, New Zealand, Malaysia, Pakistan and Britain were participated in the excursion during 21 to 27 February’08 at Rajabhatkhawa under Buxa Tiger Reserve. During the stay in the region they did trekking, rappelling, water activities, jungle safari and volunteering also. On 21 st of February they arrived at Rajabhatkhawa Jungle Lodge via Bagdogra airport at late evening. After having refreshment the leader of the team Mr. Scott Herrington had taken an introductory session. Next day they did trekking to Mahakal Cave, which is one of the unique creations of nature by limestone, sulphur and water (stalactite and stalagmite) in side th


My Myanmar Diary - Bhaskar Das 11 June, I landed at Yangon International Airport at 08.30 am with a mission to explore Myanmar ( Burma ) with our Singaporean friends. This was my first exploration trip to this golden pagoda land. Our local Burmese guide Mr. Htike Htke was waiting for us at the Airport. Singaporean group headed by Mr. Siva Gopal landed at 09.20 am. After their arrival we were transferred to Park Royal Hotel at Yangon . Checked-in took time because of rush in the hotel. After check-in we started our visit to the attractions in & around Yangon . We visited the Sule Pagoda which is almost 2000 years old, the down town area which is surrounded by old building of colonial architectural design, National Museum which has a wide collection of historical & cultural artifacts relating to the cultural heritage of Myanmar. After lunch at a local restaurant we proceeded to Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda which is famous for its huge image of reclining Buddha. From


ADVENTURE TOURISM IN JALPAIGURI DISTRICT The lifestyle of majority of the population today has become stressful and competitive. People are always eager to test their capability and increase their endurance capacity. Adventure sports provides thrill and increases confidence level simultaneously therefore is has become a mantra for individuals seeking to put themselves to the extreme test of self analysis. Adventure tourism has become a popular mode for recreation for a large number of people in recent times. People prefer to opt for it during their tours to spend their leisure period and the number is increasing constantly. Thus adventure tourism is gaining popularity day by day. Jalpaiguri as a district has multiple options to offer to the visitors in adventure tourism sector due to its geographic landscape comprising of Himalayan foothills, sub-tropical forest and perennial rivers. The district of Jalpaiguri is blessed with treasure-trove of national parks, tea garde