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Riyadh’s American International goes Outward Bound

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The Outward-Bound Trust – Sri Lanka (OBTSL), in collaboration of the Sri Lanka Business Development Center (SLBDC) organised and conducted a program titled ‘Week Without Walls’ for 50 students and accompanying teachers of the American International School – Riyadh from 18 to 22 February at the Habarana Village Sigiriya Village and at Trinco Blu.

The students were from about 14 countries including Britain, Saudi Arabia, USA, India, Egypt, Canada, Jordan, Belgium, Turkey, Serbia, and South Africa.

They participated in many team building activities and adventure/leadership development activities like raft building and rafting on flat water and rope activities conducted by trained and internationally qualified Instructors of OBTSL. 

OBTSL follows the adventure activity safety guidelines of Outward Bound International and the Sri Lanka Standards Institute. The OBTSL safety record is impeccable for over 20 years after running over 850 programs for over 40,000 participants. 

They also visited some culturally important places like Sigiriya and Koneswaram Kovil and also enjoyed the elephant safari at Kaudulla National Park and visited Pigeon Island in Trincomalee.

The students also participated in a service project joining hands with the students of Pohoranwewa Primary School, Galewela, Dambulla.

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