International Studies Abroad ®est. 1987


Available Excursions for Hyderabad

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Excursions may not be available for all programs and sessions.

Burgula Village

On this day trip to Burgula Village, you will have the opportunity to observe a day in the life of a rural South Indian village. During your day in Burgula, you will interact with members of village government, local artisans and weavers, and learn first-hand about traditional South Indian... Read More


As the country's most populous city, Mumbai is a must-see in India. Students see both the affluent and indigent parts of the city, as well as famous historic sites such as the Elephant Caves. Mumbai is also home to some beautiful beaches and extravagant bazaars, both of which students visit on... Read More

New Delhi

India's capital city and the northern point of the country's famed "golden triangle", Delhi is an ideal introduction to the complexities of Indian society. Participants explore both New Delhi and the Delhi area, seeing such sites as the India Gate, the Lotus Temple, and Hamayun's Tomb before... Read More


Optional for some or all sessions
Known for having the most accessible and clean beaches in India, Pondicherry is a great place for students to fit in some relaxation time. In Auroville, an "experimental township" similar to an ecovillage, students will be exposed to non-traditional ways of thinking. Students will also get a... Read More

Taj Mahal (Agra) and Jaipur

The southeastern point of India's famed "Golden Triangle", Agra is home to the magnificant Taj Mahal. Built by Mughal Sultan Shah Jahan as a mausoleum for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, This nearly 600 ft tall white marble structure was completed around 1653. The Taj mahal became a UNESCO world... Read More


As the former capital of the Kakatiya Kingdom, Warangal has great historical significance. In addition to Warangal Fort, a giant, fortified structure surrounded by a moat, students see the beautiful temples of the area, including the twelfth-century Thousand-Pillared Temple. Read More