Amaira Adventure Holidays


Educational And Cultural NASA



Duration : 12 Nights / 13 Days

Destination Covered : Florida (Fl), New York, Michigan, Orlando

Price (Starting From) : On Request


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  • Educational and Cultural NASA

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: On first day we will pick you from school

On first day we will pick you from school and you will travel from School to nearest International Airport to catch a lavishing flight to New York. Airport snacks will be provided by us and you will have dinner in Flight.
(Meals L, D)

Day 2: Arrival at JFK Airport.

Arrival at JFK Airport. You will catch a connecting Flight to Orlando Florida. During your waiting time we will provide you with airport snacks. Reach Hotel in Orlando by Afternoon. Indian Lunch will be provided. Rest of the day is off for students and they can participate in activities in hotel and take rest.
(Meals L, D)

Day 3: Students will be taken to Kennedy Space Center Orlando

In the morning after having breakfast between 7:00 to 08:00 AM, students will be taken to Kennedy Space Center Orlando by 09:00 AM. Three days Robotics camp begins.
Mission Robotics offers students a concentration in robotics and gives students hands-on technical skills. Mission Robotics explores the principles, tools and skills of programming and building robots combined with team building, programming and obstacle course challenges.
Camp KSC Mission Robotics encourages imagination and interaction with one of the fastest growing areas in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).

In Robotics camp students will Build and program robots, implementing the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® NXT 2.0 education sets along with easy-to-use programming tools and advance sensors. The curriculum is designed to simulate Robotic Missions to the Moon and Mars.
Student teams work on learning and developing their robots during the course of the first two days of the program. During this process, they participate in multiple competitions leading up to the final competition on a mock lunar surface on the third day. 

Curriculum Highlights
Anatomy of a robot
Motions, Rotations and Revolutions
Braking and Coasting
Programming the LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT 2.0
Sensors − Touch, Light, Ultrasonic, Compass and many more.
Robotic Arms − from theory to construction
Obstacle Courses and Challenges
Final Challenge on Lunar Surface

Meals (B, L, D)

Day 4: After Breakfast we will reach KSC

After Breakfast we will reach KSC at scheduled time for second day of Robotics camp. Till now students will be familiar with programming tools required to program robots, Hardware, Sensors etc. Today they will finally construct their robots through interactive sessions with Engineers and Scientists.
(Meals B, L, D)

Day 5: After Breakfast students will check out from hotel leave to Universal Studios

After Breakfast students will check out from hotel leave to Universal Studios to encounter Fast roller coaster rides, 3-D Movies, 5-D Rides etc. Coupons will be provided for lunch at Universal Studios. In evening shopping and leisure time will be given to students at Florida Mall. Dinner will be provided on route to Hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.
(Meals B, L, D)

Day 6: leave to Universal Studios to encounter Fast roller coaster rides

After Breakfast students will check out from hotel leave to Universal Studios to encounter Fast roller coaster rides, 3-D Movies, 5-D Rides etc. Coupons will be provided for lunch at Universal Studios. In evening shopping and leisure time will be given to students at Florida Mall. Dinner will be provided on route to Hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.
(Meals B, L, D

Day 7: Disney world for half day where students can enjoy Parades

After breakfast Students will be taken to Disney world for half day where students can enjoy Parades, rides at Disney. Lunch will be provided at Disney world. After lunch students will be transferred to Detroit Michigan by air. Overnight stay at Hotel.
(Meals B, L, D

Day 8: Automobile Industry of US.

After breakfast Students will leave to have a hand on experience of Automobile Industry of US. Detroit home for big automobile companies like Ford, GM, and Chrysler have manufacturing units as well as Headquarters in Detroit.
We will take students to Rogue Ford Factory Tour where students will have guided tour of plant. Components of tour are:
Legacy Theater
Learn about the triumphs and tragedies surrounding the Rouge, much of it told through rare, never-before-seen historic footage.
Approximate time: 15 minutes
Art of Manufacturing Theater
A multi-sensory theater experience including a 360-degree look at how automobiles are made!
Approximate time: 15 minutes
Observation Deck Tour
View the world’s largest living roof from our 80-foot-high Observation Deck.
Variable time: 10-20 minutes
Assembly Plant Walking Tour
See where the new Ford F-150s are assembled in a new lean and flexible manufacturing plant. Visitors will have the opportunity to view the final assembly process from an elevated walkway.
Variable time: 1 Hr
Legacy Gallery
View five historic vehicles made at the Rouge, hop in a new F-150, and visit our Factory Store.
After 2.5 hrs of rogue tour Ford students will have lunch in Indian Restaurant. After lunch students will be taken to Tour the GM Renaissance Center Detroit.
Ren Cen Tour Highlights:                     

     GM Winter garden - a tropical atrium overlooking the Detroit River
     GM Lobby and Pavilion - the glass-and-steel Jefferson Plaza entrance
     GM Showroom - an eclectic display of vintage, new model and concept vehicles
 GM Collection - a unique collection of GM souvenirs and historical books
     Circulation Ring - 288 pieces of suspended etched glass panels connecting the building's four towers
     "Borealis" Glass Sculpture - the tallest vertical glass sculpture in the world
     Ren Cen Shops - a showcase of boutique shopping unique to Detroit
     Restaurants - the expansive food court and white-linen restaurants of Andiamo Riverfront and Coach Insignia
     Riverfront Plaza and Promenade - features a world map carved in granite
     Detroit Riverfront Conservancy - an overview of the "Bridge to Bridge" vision and Riverwalk

The one-hour tour concludes with a glass elevator ride to the 72nd floor of the Detroit Marriott Hotel for a breathtaking view of the Detroit and Windsor skylines.
After Visit students will be taken to guided bus tour of Detroit.
Indian Dinner will be provided on returning to Hotel.
Overnight at hotel.
(Meals B, L, D)

Day 9: After Breakfast students will be transferred to Buffalo by Chartered Bus.

After Breakfast students will be transferred to Buffalo by Chartered Bus.
After reaching Buffalo students will have a buffet lunch at Indian Restaurant.
After lunch students will visit Niagara Falls. Students will experience “Maid of Mist”, a crew ride on a ship beneath Falls.
Indian Dinner on route to hotel
Overnight at Hotel.
(Meals B, L, D)

Day 10: Breakfast at hote

Breakfast at hotel.
After breakfast students will have a factory visit at GM Tonawanda Engine Plant, Buffalo, N.Y.
Students will have a guided tour where they will be shown step by step production of various engine parts, Assembly unit etc.
After half day Factory visit lunch will be provided at Indian Restaurant.
After lunch students will be transferred to New York by Air.
Indian dinner in New York
Overnight at Hotel.
(Meals B, L, D)

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Inclusions

  • AP (Room + Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)
  • Hotel

Payments Terms

  • * 20% Advance Percentage of total booking amount
  • * Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • * Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
  • * Retention Amount varies as per the number of days left before your package start date.

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