Arrival at Atlanta and a city tour through a fleet of places that include the World of Coco-Cola, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park, Centennial Olympic Park, Atlantic Station, and more. Also, included is a long ride up the World’s largest freestanding escalator and a tour of the CNN Studio, the World’s largest, to see the working of teleprompters.
The third day has you drive to the Hunstville space camp for a fun-filled 4-day exploration of the place. Take a dive into the mysteries of the space, experience shuttle launch and grill yourselves to some serious Astronaut Training.
Don't get exhausted yet. A drive to Dollywood awaits enroute the beautiful city of Chattanooga, TN. The day also has you stand awestruck at the Ruby Falls Cavern and its trail. Head to the Lookout Mountain to enjoy the 4,100 foot walking trail of the Rock city, showcasing rock formations, caves and lush gardens. The vantage point gives you a panoramic view of '7 states'.
Take a ride through Dollywood, the next day, enjoying more than 40 world class rides, high energy entertainment, award winning dining and the friendliest park atmosphere in the world. End the tour in style with a visit to the Titanic Museum and a drive to Nashville, dropping by the historic downtown area, Fort Nashborough, the Music row-home to historic studio B, and others.
Enjoy a warm welcome at the New York city and head to the Empire State Building in the evening. Walk through the architectural marvel of the fifth tallest Skyscraper in United States and one of the seven wonders of modern world. The building lends a panoramic view of the city besides the Hudson river, Central park and Times Square.
The next day we head straight to the New York University that is ranked 7th. by the Times Higher Education World University and boasts of over 60,000 students. Proceed to the Bronx Zoo, located in the Bronx park. The largest urban zoo in United States, the zoo spread across 265 acres of land, is home to over 6,000 species.
On the third day, we aboard the ferry from Liberty State Park to visit the Statue of Liberty, the ionic symbol of freedom and democracy. Enjoy the ambience and we drive straight to Washington DC for a city tour the next day. The morning starts with a visit to the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, a center for research on the history and science of aviation and spaceflight. The day ends with a 3-hour city tour, exploring historical landmarks and monuments such as the Capitol building, White House, Lincoln Memorial and more.
Lined up next is a visit to the Hershey's, one of the largest chocolate manufacturers in the world. Post lunch we drive to the infamous Niagara Falls for a few close up shots under the wide spectrum of rainbow colours.
The tour includes a visit to Orlando, covering the Kennedy Space Centre in Port Canaveral and the Cocoa beach. The tour closes with a visit to the Disney’s Magic Kingdom, the park where fantasy becomes reality.
Greet the morning at Tokyo and prep up to visit the city's two most iconic buildings, the Tokyo Tower and Sensō-ji Temple in Asakusa. While the Tokyo Tower is the second-tallest structure in Japan and gives a panoramic view of the city Sensō-ji is the oldest and one of the city's most significant Buddhist temples. Close the day picking up some exquisite Japanese souvenirs at the Nakamise Shopping street.
Following is a day-long trip to the Tsukuba Space Center in Ibaraki Prefecture. The primary location for Japan's space operations and research programs, TKSC features models of the H-II Transfer Vehicle and a full-sized mock-up of the Kibō module on the International Space Station.
A student tour to Japan is incomplete without an industrial tour to the Miraikan Science Museum, Kawasaki Robosatge and the Shiburu Water Reclaim centre. Enjoy the Yurikamome driverless fully automated transit system to reach Miraikan, which is home to real-time displays of data from a huge array of seismometers, Asimo - the Honda robot and the model Maglev train. Watch, touch and experience state-of-the-art robotics technologies and knowledge at the Kawasaki Robostage. 45 years in the robotics industry, Kawasaki is a leading supplier of industrial robots and robotic automation systems in the world.
The fourth & fifth day has the team visit the Nissan Motors Oppama Plant, Mt. Fuji and the Hiroshima Peace Memorial. Nissan Motors showcases three of the four Nissan models produced at the plant and provides an overview of its electric vehicles. Commonly called 'Fuji-san', Mt. Fuji is the country’s tallest peak and one of Japan’s three sacred mountains. We take the bullet train ride to visit the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that serves as a memorial to the 70,000 people killed in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
The trip also includes tours to Osaka and the Universal Studio.
The tour invites you to NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre (KSC) in Florida for a simulated ride into space. The one-day camp includes stimulating activities and astronaut training at the KSC and ends with a visit to the Cocoa beach. The camp is followed by a trip to either one of the popular theme parks in the city, The Universal Studio or Islands of Adventure. Experience the enchanting wizard world of Harry Potter-Hogs Meade or join the ‘Men in Black’ to shoot the aliens, choice is yours.
We take the thrill a notch higher with two more options the day next – a visit to either the Disney’s Magic Kingdom or SeaWorld. Maintaining the energy levels, the next two days has the crew take you on the Boston Duck Tour and a walk through the MIT & Harvard campuses.
And, just when you thought what more could there be, we take you on a ferry ride to the Statue of Liberty and a city tour through New York, visiting the Freedom Tower and Times Square.
Day 9 is packed with a visit to the Princeton University and a city tour of Philadelphia while on the tenth day, the team takes a ride to the US Capitol, Smithsonian museum and the Georgetown University.
Tired already; we refuse to end it just yet. Lined up is a drive to Niagara enroute the Harrisburg Capitol and Hershey’s Chocolate factory. Enjoy the nightly illumination of the Niagara Falls and prep up for Maid of the Mist, a boat tour of Niagara Falls, the next morning. Get drenched inside the curve of the Horseshoe Falls and head to the Niagara Theatre before bidding us and the 12-day tour an adieu.
A 3-day camp at the Kennedy Space Center is the highlight of this Orlando tour. The first day includes stimulating activities and astronaut training at the KSC and ends with the cool winds of the Atlantic Ocean at the Cocoa beach. The next two days of camping give the team an insight on various aspects of an astronaut’s life followed by shopping at the Florida Mall and Walmart.
Finish the tour with a bang with day-long trips to two of the most popular theme parks in the city. Make a pick between the Universal Studio or Islands of Adventure for the fourth day. Experience the enchanting wizard world of Harry Potter-Hogs Meade or join the ‘Men in Black’ to shoot the aliens, choice is yours. We take the thrill a notch higher with two more options the day next – a visit to either the Disney’s Magic Kingdom or Sea World.