We craft and provide uniquely designed programs, leveraging the core principles of Experiential Education to blend adventure, fun and learning seamlessly. Step out of your comfort zone and embark on an epic journey through the stunning landscapes of India and Nepal, one of the world’s most breathtaking destinations.



We craft and provide uniquely designed programs, leveraging the core principles of Experiential Education to blend adventure, fun and learning seamlessly. Step out of your comfort zone and embark on an epic journey through the stunning landscapes of India and Nepal, one of the world’s most breathtaking destinations.

What do we do ?

iEXP 360 brings its expertise in custom designing programs for schools. Every design is unique because, after an in-depth study into the school’s core values, ethos, management, teachers, students, program type, and objectives, it is infused with iEXP 360s’ scientific approach to Experiential Education. 

The programs are facilitated with philosophies like nature-based learning, inquiry-based learning, problem-based learning, ETC. are added to the mix to create more potent transformative experiences. 

All iEXP 360 programs are designed and executed in accordance with International Risk Management and Safety Standards, ensuring a safety-conscious experience.

Why do we do it ?

Our team has domestic and international experience designing, leading, and executing programs with a high degree of success. Additionally, iEXP 360’s team and field leaders are extremely qualified, combining the science of Experiential Education with our Indian cultural ethos to deliver world-class experiences. 

In an increasingly technologically driven world, especially after Covid, there is a dire need for authentic alternate learning that translates theory into practicality. There is also a need to balance technology and nature in developing the hybrid mind.  

The results from the iEXP 360 program positively impact every stakeholder of the school – students, teachers, management, and parents- as the learning derived can be applied in the classroom and at home.

How do we do it ?

We redefine education through experiential learning, international risk management standards, and mutual learning between social and local communities through fair trade practices. We offer unparalleled programs that benefit the communities of students, parents, teachers, and school management within India and outside.

In today’s dynamic educational landscape, we understand the significance of taking learning beyond the confines of classrooms. Our meticulously crafted programs seamlessly integrate with school curricula and values to foster experiential learning, ensuring students grasp theoretical concepts while immersing themselves in practical, real-world scenarios.

We recognize that education extends beyond academic knowledge; our programs also emphasize developing essential life skills.



Students embark on immersive outdoor experiences, primarily in tents or dorms, as they acquaint themselves with nature and outdoor survival skills.



Students delve into experiential learning while traveling to diverse locations, staying in hotels, and delving deep into specific subjects. Our meticulously designed assignments enhance learning outcomes and encourage critical thinking and cultural appreciation.



Through dynamic journey-based programs, students traverse different locations daily. Whether hiking through rugged terrains or navigating cultural landscapes, students develop a holistic understanding of the world and themselves.

Thematic programs

With iEXP 360, education transcends boundaries, empowering students to become global citizens with the knowledge, skills, and perspectives to thrive in an ever-evolving world. Join us as we embark on a discovery, growth, and transformation journey.
Active Listening

Active listening workshops enhance students’ listening skills, empathy, and communication effectiveness. Through role-playing, reflective exercises, and peer feedback sessions, students learn to listen attentively, paraphrase, and respond thoughtfully to others’ perspectives and emotions, fostering deeper interpersonal connections and mutual understanding.


Through the lens of anthropology, students explore human cultures, societies, and behaviors, investigating cultural diversity, social structures, and belief systems across time and geography. By conducting ethnographic research, participating in cross-cultural exchanges, and examining cultural artifacts, they gain insights into the complexity of human experience and the interconnectedness of global cultures.


Students delve into archaeological methods, excavation techniques, and artifact analysis to uncover clues about past civilizations and human history. Through fieldwork, laboratory analysis, and historical research, they piece together the puzzle of ancient societies, preserving cultural heritage and contributing to our understanding of human origins and development.

Civic Engagement and Social Justice

 Delving into civic engagement and social justice issues, students explore human rights, diversity, and equity through service-learning projects and community outreach initiatives. They become agents of change by advocating for marginalized communities, participating in protests, volunteering for social causes, and promoting inclusivity and social cohesion.


 Collaboration activities emphasize teamwork, communication, and consensus-building skills. Students participate in group projects, team challenges, and cooperative learning tasks to develop effective collaboration strategies, interpersonal relationships, and appreciation for diverse perspectives.

Creative Arts and Design Thinking

Through creative and design thinking, students explore various art forms, including visual arts, music, drama, and design, to express themselves and solve problems innovatively. By embracing experimentation, iteration, and risk-taking, they develop resilience and creativity, honing skills essential for success in diverse fields and industries.

Critical Thinking

Critical thinking initiatives encourage students to analyze information, evaluate arguments, and formulate reasoned judgments. Through inquiry-based learning, case studies, and debates, students develop analytical skills, intellectual curiosity, and the ability to think independently and creatively

Cross-Cultural Communication

Through cross-cultural communication, students engage in language learning, cultural immersion, and intercultural dialogue to appreciate diversity and foster mutual understanding. By participating in exchange programs, cultural festivals, and collaborative projects with peers from different backgrounds, they develop empathy, adaptability, and intercultural competence vital for global citizenship.

Ecology and Environmental Studies

Students investigate ecosystems, biodiversity, and environmental sustainability, examining the interdependence of living organisms and their habitats. Through ecological field studies, habitat restoration projects, and environmental impact assessments, they develop a deep appreciation for nature and a sense of environmental stewardship, advocating for conservation and sustainable practices in their communities.


Exploring economic principles, students analyze markets, supply and demand dynamics, and global economic trends to understand the allocation of resources and wealth distribution. By studying economic policies, trade agreements, and fiscal management strategies, they develop financial literacy and critical thinking skills, empowering them to make informed decisions and participate effectively in economic systems.

Entrepreneurship and Business Studies

 In entrepreneurship and business studies, students explore concepts such as market analysis, business planning, and financial management to develop entrepreneurial mindsets and leadership skills. Through startup competitions, internships, and mentorship programs, they gain practical experience and insights into the business world, fostering innovation and enterprise.

Ethics and Values Education

 In ethics and values education, students explore moral dilemmas, ethical frameworks, and philosophical inquiry to develop integrity and moral reasoning. By examining case studies, debating ethical issues, and reflecting on personal values, they cultivate ethical awareness and decision-making skills, becoming principled leaders committed to ethical behavior in their personal and professional lives.

Focus - Self Control

Programs focusing on focus and self-control promote mindfulness, stress management, and emotional regulation techniques. Through mindfulness practices, relaxation exercises, and self-reflection ac tivities, students enhance their ability to concentrate, manage distractions, and regulate their emotions for improved overall well-being.


Through forestry studies, students learn about forest ecosystems, sustainable forest management practices, and the importance of biodiversity conservation. They develop forest ecology and resource management skills by conducting tree surveys, forest inventories, and habitat assessments, advocating for responsible forestry practices and environmental conservation.

Geography (Physical and Human)

 In physical geography, students investigate Earth’s physical processes, landforms, and natural phenomena such as climate change, plate tectonics, and weather patterns. Through fieldwork, GIS mapping, and satellite imagery analysis, they develop spatial awareness and environmental literacy, understanding the interconnectedness of natural systems and human activities shaping the planet’s geography.


 In geology, students explore Earth’s geological processes, rock formations, and hazards, investigating phenomena such as earthquakes, volcanoes, and erosion. By analyzing geological data, conducting field surveys, and interpreting geological maps, they develop spatial reasoning skills and geological literacy, understanding the dynamic nature of Earth’s crust and its impact on human civilization.

Global Citizenship

 In global citizenship, students delve into human rights, sustainable development goals, and cultural exchange programs to cultivate empathy and understanding across borders. They develop a sense of responsibility toward addressing global challenges and promoting peace and justice through collaborative projects and international partnerships.


Students explore the rich tapestry of human civilization, examining historical events, cultural movements, and societal transformations that have shaped the world. By studying primary sources, historical narratives, and archaeological discoveries, they develop critical thinking skills and a nuanced understanding of the past, enabling them to contextualize contemporary issues and appreciate diverse perspectives.

Language Studies

 Language studies explore linguistic structures, communication theories, and cultural contexts. Students acquire proficiency in multiple languages, delve into literature analysis, and engage in cross-cultural communication exercises to enhance their intercultural competence and appreciation for linguistic diversity.


 Leadership development programs foster skills such as decision-making, conflict resolution, and team management. Students engage in experiential exercises, simulations, and reflective discussions to cultivate their leadership potential and ethical decision-making abilities in various contexts.

Media Literacy and Digital Citizenship

In media literacy and digital citizenship, students learn to evaluate information sources critically, discern fake news, and navigate online platforms responsibly. By analyzing media messages, understanding privacy settings, and practicing digital etiquette, they become empowered digital citizens capable of leveraging technology for positive social change while avoiding online pitfalls.


Students examine political systems, ideologies, and governance structures, analyzing power dynamics, public policies, and civic participation in democratic societies. Through debates, simulations, and political activism, they develop critical thinking skills and civic awareness, understanding the rights and responsibilities of citizenship and advocating for social change and political reform.


Through scientific inquiry and experimentation, students explore fundamental principles of biology, chemistry, physics, and earth sciences, fostering curiosity and analytical thinking. By conducting hands-on experiments, data analysis, and hypothesis testing, they develop problem-solving skills and scientific literacy, preparing them to tackle complex challenges and contribute to advancements in science and technology.

Sustainability and Environmental Conservation

Exploring sustainability and environmental conservation, students engage in hands-on activities like organic gardening, recycling initiatives, and biodiversity surveys to understand the interconnectedness of ecosystems and human impact on the environment. By studying renewable energy sources, waste management systems, and conservation strategies, they become stewards of the planet, advocating for sustainable practices in their communities.

Technology and Innovation

 In technology and innovation, students explore coding, robotics, and artificial intelligence, gaining practical skills and insights into the digital landscape. Through project-based learning and hackathons, they harness technology to address real-world problems, fostering creativity, collaboration, and an entrepreneurial mindset essential for success in the digital age.

Different methodologies of

executing the program​


At iEXP 360, our approach to experiential education aligns with the core principles of Creativity, Activity, and Service (CAS) outlined by the International Baccalaureate (IB). CAS empowers students to explore their creativity, engage in physical activities, and contribute meaningfully to their communities.

Creativity involves exploring and extending ideas to create original products or performances. Activity encourages physical exertion for a healthy lifestyle, while Service fosters collaborative engagement with the community to address genuine needs.

Our CAS programs aim to

Through CAS, participants at iEXP 360

Identify strengths and areas for development.
Learn the value of collaboration.
Initiate and plan CAS experiences.
Demonstrate commitment and perseverance.
Undertake challenges, acquiring new skills in the process.
Engage with UNSDG
iEXP 360 is committed to designing and delivering programs that meet the rigorous standards and learning outcomes CAS sets, ensuring students develop into well-rounded, socially responsible individuals prepared to thrive in a diverse world.


Difference between Travel-Based and Journey-Based Programs

Travel-based programs are meticulously designed to align with curriculum learning themes, emphasizing cultural immersion and experiential education. On the other hand, journey-based programs are tailored to focus on developing essential life skills, often incorporating outdoor activities that promote resilience, collaboration, and problem-solving.

Destinations Offered by iEXP360

iEXP360 offers programs across a diverse range of destinations, spanning India, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and selected international locations. Each program is custom-designed to suit participating schools’ educational objectives and preferences, ensuring enriching experiences that resonate with students and educators alike.

Food and Accommodation Options

Food: iEXP360 prioritizes participants’ dietary needs and preferences, offering nutritious meals prepared with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Special dietary requirements and restrictions are accommodated with utmost attention to ensure the well-being and satisfaction of all participants.

Accommodation: Participants are provided with comfortable lodging options tailored to the nature of the program, including tents for immersive outdoor experiences, hotels for urban exploration, and campsites for rustic adventures, ensuring a safe and enriching stay throughout the program.

Risk Management Protocols

iEXP360 adheres to rigorous International Risk Management Standards and employs comprehensive Safety Operating Procedures (SOPs) to mitigate potential risks and ensure a safety-conscious experience for all participants. Top-notch facilitators, equipped with Wilderness First Responder (WFR) or Wilderness First Aid (WFA) certifications, oversee program activities and conduct frequent checks to maintain safety standards and address any emerging concerns proactively.

Management of Allergies and Medical Conditions

Before the program, participants must submit detailed medical forms outlining any allergies, medical conditions, or specific health concerns. Field leaders are provided with this vital information. They are trained to manage medical emergencies effectively, with access to medical expertise and resources as needed throughout the duration of the program.