Advice on Dress Code
You should aim to wear clothing that is lightweight, comfortable and slightly more modest than Western standards. Try to cover legs and wear tops that cover shoulders.
Dressing for the weather
We recommend bringing sun lotion and clothes that you can layer so that you are comfortable, keeping in mind 30 degree celcius temperature.
Please note; the temperatures and conditions above are historically accurate for this time of year but climate change can impact the seasons so you may experience uncharacteristic conditions during the trip which are out of our control. We recommend checking the forecast before packing so you know what to expect and bringing clothes that you can layer and be comfortable whatever the weather.
Student dress code
Students will need to bring their school uniform to wear at the Opening and Closing Ceremony. If your school does not have a school uniform, then students should bring something smart (shirt/blouse, smart trousers/skirt) to wear to this.
If your students are taking part in the Student Cultural Performance, please bring any costumes required for the performance.
During the rest of week, students can dress casually and appropriately for adventure activities, but please remember to bring appropriate sportswear for the 3k run.
Students should also bring something to wear to dinner in the evenings, party wear or cultural costumes/traditional clothing are encouraged!
Adult dress code
Adults should generally observe a smart/casual dress code when participating in the adult programme.
Adults will have an opportunity to discover some of the local sights so we recommend bringing appropriate/comfortable clothing for sightseeing.
Essential travel documents
Passports (Group leader to secure after use and for return journeys)
Visas (if required)Travel ticketsVaccination certificates (if required)
Travel insurance documents
Medical insurance documents
Local currency (Indian rupee, we will have a currency exchange counter in school)
Emergency contact detailsSigned waivers
All recommended paperwork for your student delegates to enter the country
School uniform/smart attire for Opening/Closing Ceremony
Waterproof lightweight jacket
Trousers/jeans/pants for daily activities
T-shirts/tops for daily activities
Jumpers/fleece/hoody to keep you warm
Costumes for Student Cultural Performance
Sportswear for the 3k run
Something fancy for dinner in the evenings
Smart shoes for dressy evenings and events
Trainers for daily activities and to run in
Toothbrush and toothpaste
Feminine hygiene products (if required)
Small first aid kit
Any required medicines
Universal travel plug
Phone (local SIMS will be available in the school, photocopy of passport will be required)
Travelling long haul
A change of clothes in your hand luggage
A range of tiny toiletries (travel toothbrush and toothpaste, lip balm, moisturiser, hand wipes)
A comfy hoody
Padlock for the bags
The luggage should be weighed after packing
Avoid putting gels, creams, lotions, pastes, perfumes and other liquids more than 100 ml in handbags
Do not put Power banks in the check in Luggage.
The bags should be clearly labelled
Bright coloured ribbons maybe attached to the bags to make them stand out
We recommend that you avoid bringing expensive or valuable jewellery or unnecessary technology.
We also discourage expensive or branded clothing.
For first time travelers your can log into the Round Square website download a guide to packing a bag for a trip.