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USA - Add On Tours - Orlando, New York City, Washington DC, Niagara Falls, Los Angeles, San Francisco

After completion their core educational programme in the US, students have the option of extending their tour to visit one or more of the following locations:

New York City
Washington DC
Niagara Falls
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Orlando, Florida is considered to be the theme park capital of the world. Home to over ten theme parks and several world class attractions, a trip to Orlando is an unforgettable experience.
At Orlando, students can choose to visit Kennedy Space Center and any of the exciting theme parks - DisneyWorld, SeaWorld and Universal Studios. 
Disney World
Disney World is one of the best and most visited theme parks in the world. Disney World Orlando has four major parks - Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom & Hollywood Studios. Students will have the option of choosing any one of the four Disney parks and spending the entire day enjoying the world class rides and shows.
Universal Studios Islands of Adventure
Universal Studios - Islands of Adventure is arguably the best theme park in Orlando. With amazing rides that include roller coasters, 4D rides, a brand new Harry Potter experience and enthralling  shows, Universal Studios is a must visit attraction.
Sea World
Sea World is the world’s premier marine park. From polar bears to penguins, dolphins to walruses, sea lions to whales, SeaWorld has got them all. With enjoyable rides, spectacular sea animal shows and rare marine life, SeaWorld provides a perfect combination of education and excitement.  
New York City
New York is the largest city in America and one of the most exciting cities in the world. It exerts a powerful influence over global trade, finance, media, culture, art, fashion, research, education and entertainment. Students will have the option of spending two days in New York exploring world famous attractions including
The Statue of Liberty
The Empire State Building
The United Nations 
Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum
Times Square
Wall Street and the Financial District
Key Learning Aspects:
History, functions and role of the United Nations
American history
Finance and economics 
Modern architecture
Niagara Falls
The Niagara Falls are located at the border of USA and Canada, about 7 hours drive from New York City. These are amongst the largest and prettiest falls in the world, with a discharge of around 600,000 litres of water per second.  Students will get an opportunity to take a close look at the falls riding the "Maid of the Mist", a boat which takes them to within a few hundred metres of the gushing water. 
Washington D.C.
Washington, D.C. is is not only the seat of the American Government but also a repository of American culture and history. Some of America's greatest moments and heroes are commemorated by monuments and memorials of marble and bronze spread over the city and neighbouring areas. Students will learn about American politics through a guided tour of the Capitol and stops at the Supreme Court and the White House. The city also boasts of some of the best museums in America.
Some of the attractions that the students opting for the Washington D.C. extension will visit include
The US Capitol (Parliament)
Supreme Court and the White House from outside
Smithsonian National Museum of Air and Space
Lincoln Memorial 
Jefferson Memorial   
World War II Memorial
Key Learning Aspects:
American political system
American history
History of flight and space research
Los Angeles
Los Angeles (the city of angels) is the largest city in terms of area in the United States. Home to Hollywood and movie stars, Los Angeles is considered the entertainment capital of the world.
The city is rimmed with miles of beaches and has more stages and museums than any other city in America. 
The major attractions in Los Angeles include
Grauman’s Chinese Theatre where students can see the footprints and handprints of favorite movie legends
Dolby Theatre - Home to the Oscar Awards
Olvera Street - the birthplace of Los Angeles, 1781
Marina del Rey - the largest man-made small-boat harbor in the world
Beverly Hills and Sunset Strip - Home to California’s rich and famous
The original Disney theme park that opened in 1955, Disneyland has welcome over 600 million visitors so far. Touted as the "happiest place on earth", Disneyland offers students a combination of exciting shows, rides and displays.  
Universal Studios Hollywood 
A mix of an exciting theme park and a functional movie studio, Universal Studios Hollywood offers students a chance to go behind the scenes and discover how movies are made. Students will also get a chance to enjoy some of the most technologically advanced rides in the world.
Key Learning Aspects:
The workings of the entertainment industry
American history and culture
San Francisco
San Francisco is one of the great cities in the world and one of the most interesting. Located on a peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay, the city is very compact, hilly, and scenic. The compact nature of the city allows one to walk from Market Street to the Wharf in just a couple of hours, allowing for stops along the way to explore the diverse localities. San Francisco is also the gateway to Silicon Valley, the hub of the technology industry in the United States and a hotbed of innovation and creativity.
The key attractions in San Francisco Area include
Golden Gate Bridge
Twin Peaks
Lombard Street - The most crooked street in the World
Alcatraz Prison
California Academy of Sciences
Fishermans' Wharf, Pier 39 and Ghirardelli Square
Stanford University Tour
A visit to the Intel Museum in Silicon Valley can also be arranged.
Key Learning Aspects:
American history and culture
The workings of the technology industry
Innovation and Entrepreneurship