• El Circuito del Agua: This indulgent series of illuminated fountains is so over-the-top it can’t help but induce stupefaction among even the most hardened traveling cynic.
  • Inglesia de Santo Domingo One of Lima’s most storied religious sites; Originally completed in the 16th century, this impressive pink church has been rebuilt and remodeled at various points since.
  • Plaza de Armas (central plaza), also known as the Plaza Mayor; From its conception in 1535 — the same year in which Francisco Pizarro founded the city of Lima — to the present day, the Plaza de Armas has remained the focal point of the city.
  • Cerro San Cristobal (scenic viewpoint), If you want to see all of Lima, there’s only one place where you can do it. Climb up to Cerro San Cristobal and gain a new perspective of the capital city.
  • Museo de la Inquisicion A graceful neoclassical structure facing the Plaza Bolívar houses this diminutive museum where the Spanish Inquisition once plied its trade.
  • Larco Herrera Museum (San Francisco, Casa Aliaga) The Larco Museum is a privately owned museum of pre-Columbian art, located in the Pueblo Libre District of Lima, Peru.


  • Museo Inkariy to learn about the ancient civilisations of the area
  • Llama pack day tour Enjoy a leisurely walk within the picturesque natural surroundings of Urubamba in company of the llamas.
  • Archaeological Park of Sacsayhuaman: 4 Km north of Cusco. It embraces 3,000 hectares approximately, where a rich Andean flora and extraordinary Inca and Pre-Inca archaeological monuments as Sacsayhuaman, Kencco (or Qenqo), Puca Pucará and Tambomachay.
  • Valle Sagrado de los Incas (The Sacred Valley of the Incas): 15 Km north of Cusco. Called this way to the end of the extensive valley of Urubamba, where the agricultural cattlemen and beautiful towns were concentrated since Inca times.
  • Lake Titicaca This lake is very important in Andean mythology since, according to legend, Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo, children of the sun god and founders of the Inca Empire, emerged from its waters.
  • The Uros  One of the most primitive pre-Inca people of Peru.  The floating islands of the Uros offer to tourists an authentic travel to the past, sharing the life with local natives and beautiful landscapes.
  • Taquile Islands The most popular attractions in Taquile are its landscapes, dominated by tiered platforms where potatoes, corns, quinoa and broad beans are cultivated; ceremonial sites hosting rituals imploring for abundant harvest and fishing and the hospitality of its people, who are so outstandingly organized.




  • Havana City Walking Tour: This orientation tour gives you a feel for how Havana developed over time, including:
    • The old city inside the Original fortified walls
    • Hemingway walking tour (6hr): This gives you a biographical tour of Havana, featuring sights related to the legendary author.
    • Havana Vieja – houses some the finest collection of colonial antique buildings in the Americas


  • Sightseeing: City tour A living museum, and one of the seven cities founded by Diego Velazquez in 1514, Trinidad is now a national monument. Nestling on a plain in the lee of the mountains and within sight of the Caribbean, Cuba’s best-preserved colonial town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Sightseeing: Continue the tour the the Valley of the Sugar Mills, to visit the local manaca Iznaga Tower, an iconic sugar mill close one of Cuba’s renown waterfalls.


  • Sanctuary of Virgen de La Caridad del Cobre
  • Tour Cuba’s second largest city. Founded in 1514, this cultural capital played an instrumental part in the evolution of Cuba’s literature, music and politics. See sites including:
  • Fortress Morro: A unique UNESCO World Heritage site


  • Valley of Viñales:  Boasts the oldest geological formations in Cuba, unique to the area Spectacular wooded hills. Sheer-sided, conical towers of limestone, some over 300 meters high are all that is left of a great plateau after millions of years of erosion by wind and water.
  • Boat ride on the Cueva del Indio (Indian Cave)


Mauritius offers a perfect blend of culture and typical French experiences. we have designed the perfect itinerary that has proven to be very successful with other school groups in the past.

Language & Culture: Mauritius is the perfect setting to practice your French skills in this heavenly
What better way to practice your French language skills than in this heavenly island? The locals are lovely and very patient with school group.

Geography & Science: Whether you want to take a closer look at the local fauna during your subscooter experience or want to explore the jungle, Mauritius has it all for you.

History & Classics: Located at the crossroads of Africa and Oceania, you’d be surprise to see the depth of culture and history there is in such a relatively small place!



  • Pamplemousses Botanical Garden. Picnic lunch in the gardens of the Demeure Saint Antoine Colonial House:
  • Visit of the Historic Marine Ship Model Factory & Museum in Goodlands
  • La Citadelle (Fort Adelaide)
  • Pedestrian Rally with time at leisure at the Caudan Waterfront and the local market
  • Visit of the Blue Penny Museum
  • Transfer to the Eureka Colonial House for your cooking lesson
  • Casela Park for your full day ziplining
  • Jummah Mosque


  • Transfer to the Blue Safari Counter for your subscooter activity
  • Transfer to the Chateau Labourdonnais for the visit of the colonial mansion and fruit orchards


Tahiti lies in the South Pacific. It is the largest of the 118 islands and atolls that comprise French Polynesia. Tahiti is in the Society Islands, an archipelago which includes the islands of Bora Bora, Raiatea, Taha’a, Huahine and Moorea, and has a population of 127,000 people, about 83% of whom are of Polynesian ancestry. The legendary name ‘Tahiti’ not only identifies this island but also the group of islands that make up French Polynesia.

  • French Lesson
  • Stay with host family and start your true French immersion
  • Robert von Pearl museum
  • Pa Peari botanical gardens
  • Scuba diving (providing risk assessment approval)
  • Traditional Tahitian dancing lessons and demonstrations
  • Local pearl cultures visit and tour
  • Museum of Tahiti and her islands
  • Cooking lesson of traditional Tahitian delicassy
  • Ray feeding in Moorea
  • Polynesian weaving desmonstration
  • Traditional Polynesian Canoe demonstration