British International School Manila

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British International School Manila Experience on Bali Student Tours

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Event Date 14 – 21 May 2016
Customer British International School Manila
Category Educational Travel
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British International School Manila Group Event History

International British School Manila is a Philippine International School that has sent students on educational tours to Bali. Bali Group Organizer has created a personalized student tour itinerary to match the demands of the school. This excursion includes 51 kids and six teachers. We have created an appealing and one-of-a-kind school trip agenda for their visit. The highlights of this tour include local culture classes, adventures, a cooking class, and sightseeing. We have provided our finest quality service since they arrived in Bali. We met them at the airport and escorted them to the hotel.

Day 01: Arrival at Ngurah Rai International Airport + Waterbom + Kecak and Fire Dance

We have offered fantastic service since they arrived in Bali on the first day. Our tour guide met them at the airport and took them to the hotel. After that, we took them to the Waterboom Park for two hours of water fun. We then return to the hotel for a rest.

In the afternoon, we travel to Uluwatu to explore a Hindu temple on a limestone cliff overlooking a coral beach. The children appreciated this visit since they could see the gorgeous Indian Ocean. They can also see the famed Balinese classical dance, the Kecak Dance. We next proceed to Jimbaran Beach for a seafood grill dinner.

Day 02: Exploring Jatiluwih Rice Terrace + Visiting Gitgit Waterfall

We brought the students to experience the extraordinary nature of Jatiluwih on the second day. They were overjoyed with the view of the lush rice fields spanning from the mountain’s base to the ocean. UNESCO has designated this location as a cultural heritage site. This is due to the farmers’ continued usage of the Subak irrigation system. They also had the opportunity to trek in the center of a rice terrace in the pleasant temperatures.

Following that, we depart towards Bali’s northernmost island. We trek into the valley in search of the legendary Gitgit Waterfall. We spent the night at Lovina Beach once we had finished exploring nature.

Day 03: Dolphin Watching + School Visit + Ulundanu Temple and Tanah Lot Tour

Today’s tour agenda is full of activities for students. The children awoke early to set out in traditional boats. This tour is delightful¬†because we can view groups of dolphins in the morning. Then we go back to the hotel for breakfast.

We visited a nearby school to interact with students and teachers. Children gain new perspectives on the local educational environment in Bali. They will also be able to interact with local students and teachers.

Following that, we travel on to Bedugul and Tanah Lot. Bali is a stunningly gorgeous island for tourists to visit. An island in the Indonesian archipelago has numerous advantages, including beautiful natural surroundings, pleasant people, a distinct culture, and ease of access.

Day 04: Surf Lesson and Cooking Class

Today is a day of learning for students. They were able to learn to surf in Kuta Beach. It is a world-famous beach for its breathtaking scenery. Meanwhile, experienced surf instructors are patiently teaching them how to surf. This begins with the paddle and progresses to standing on the board.

After lunch, we proceeded to a cooking class venue. Again, the students have an opportunity to learn to cook, particularly Balinese food. They also have the chance to shop for culinary ingredients at traditional markets.

Day 05: Culture Lesson + Visit Goa Gajah

On the fifth day, the students had the opportunity to learn about Balinese culture. They are interested in learning Balinese culture, such as Gamelan, dance, egg painting, and kite painting. This is particularly impressive for students who are receiving new lessons. They then visited the Ubud area by visiting well-known tourist attractions such as Goa Gajah.

Day 06: Visit Tampak Siring Temple + Visit Penelokan and Coffee Plantation + Explore Taman Nusa

The sixth-day tour was a wonderful experience for the students. We travel to Kintamani’s highlands to see the Batur Volcano and lake. They also had the opportunity to see coffee farms. Students can visit this coffee plant garden while receiving explanations from a local guide.

Students went to Taman Nusa in the afternoon. It is a cultural tourism park that educates visitors about the cultures of many Indonesian ethnic groups. Following that, we returned to the hotel to spend the night.

Day 07: Sea Walker + Mangrove Trekking

All participants can have underwater excursions. We participate in sea walker activities by wearing special helmets that provide constant bursts of fresh air. We can walk on the bottom of the ocean while admiring the colorful fish and coral reefs.

Our journey then continues into the mangrove vegetation near the airport. A student walks through on a wooden walkway. They can learn about the flora and fauna of the mangrove forest.

Day 08: Check Out

This is the last day for students to explore the natural beauty of Bali. We allow them to relax at the hotel before departing for the airport. After checking out, our tour guide takes them to the airport and ends our service for this Student Tour.

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