Posted On : 08-Jun-2016
SchoolTrips - International


“To do nothing or to be timid in imagining the future would mean being left behind.”

It’s the overarching challenge to provide some unique change to students to be successful & progressive in this digital age, making sure that this change is under guided by a strong commitment to educational ethos and values.

RKK once again, this year embarked on a tour to Lincoln’s country, where the crowd cannot go, seeking exclusive luxury experiences throughout the American West.

The tour planned from 21st May to 5th June was especially designed to evoke a sense of awe and wonder in each destination’s natural beauty and rich history. Itinerary connected to Huston, Texas, Phoenix, Arizona, Grand Canyon, San Diego, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Fresno, San Francisco etc. to create memories that last a lifetime. A memorable visit to Space Center of NASA at Huston, Arizona State University, Arizona Science Centre, Kemah Boardwalk and meeting with the Lieutant Governor of Nevada provided experiences which are usually read in novels. The bright lights of Las Vegas, iconic landmark like Bellagio Fountain, Historic downtown, fabulous & stunning Street Show, rides on 112th floor of Stratosphere Tower, the true engineering marvel and spectacular feat - the Grand Canyon Skywalk made the experiences enjoyable and unforgettable. 

Stunning views aboard a limousine followed by a Helicopter ride - soaring high above Las Vegas, Hollywood, Dolby Theatre, Hall of Fame, San Diego, Shopping at Fresno and Blue and Gold Fleet’s Bay Cruise adventure offered breathtaking and scintillating views.                    

Visit to the Computer History Museum, the technology powerhouse of the world, Silicon Valley, the Global Computer giants, Apple and Google made the trip all the more exciting and thrilling.

This 16 days’ tour comprising 33 students, escorted by Mrs Sapna Gupta, HOD Exchange Programs, Mr Tarun Manglani, HOD Accounts and Mrs Indra Shaktawat, HOD Activity explored the magic of the Western Culture, Nature, History, Theatre and Technology which will always be remembered and cherished.