GAP YEAR

Develop. Discover. Enhance

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DISCOVER YOU HIDDEN PASSION

WHY TAKE GAP YEAR ?

IGap years can be used to enhance your travel, learn new skills, and much more. We offers you the opportunity to gain skills, experiences and  encourage personal growth, while giving you time to reflect and focus on what you want to do next.

REASONS TO TAKE GAP YEAR

Get global citizenship, Develop new life skills, Discover a hidden passion, push you to be more independent, You will perform better, You Will Make New Friends.

EXPLORE OUR

GAP PROGRAM

From remote villages to modern cities and sacred ruins to tropical islands, this semester traces a spectacular route through South Asia’s celebrated sites and best-kept secrets. While exploring history, encountering traditional cultures, living like a local, and contributing to community-driven service projects, you’ll gain a profound understanding of the region.

We have many long-term service initiatives here, in the Himalayan villages of Balla to Mcleod Ganj in India to the communities of our local staff from Nepal. Visit southern India’s world-renowned beaches, cruise remote back water, and visit Thar Desert of Rajasthan and dive into the unique cultures and work on environment, education and construction projects, crystal clear waters and take part in rebuilding and clean drinking water projects in Nepal.

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GAP PROGRAMS

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BACK ROADS OF SOUTH ASIA

INDIA | SRILANKA | NEPAL

Learn first-hand about Tibetan refugees history and struggle as well animal conservation building enrichment structures and feed, bath, walk and monitor elephant behavior. Help construct toilets in the rural Himalayan village and work on education projects in rural Rajasthan and backwater of Kerala. Stargaze in the clear mountain and desert. Hike the mighty Himalayas, explore the majestic Thar Desert, Golden temple, Taj Mahal and beaches relaxing beaches of Sri Lanka many historic sites of South Asia. Explore the land of MT. Everest “Nepal”.