Field trip on Beekeeping (Honey bees) Nature and Farming

₹295 Per Child, 3 Hours, Free Cancellation


The Honey Bee field trip offers Students an opportunity to visit a Honey Bee Farm. Here they

will learn many relevant facts about one of the most important creatures in Nature - Honey

Bees, and related areas such as Honey, Beehives, how Beehives and Bees are usually

destroyed, consequences of this to Humans and Agriculture and whether there are better

alternatives of dealing with Beehives. Under close supervision of a trained Beekeeper,

Students can safely observe, touch and handle Bees and learn about Bee farming and the complex

structure of Beehives. Guidance and Resources will be provided to interested Students for

undertaking further Bee related projects or playing a part in Social Awareness videos.

Syllabus Sync

Board Class Subject Lesson
CBSE 9th Science
ICSE 10th, 9th, 12th Science
Cambridge 5th Science
STATE 8th, 5th, 3rd Science
Trippko Recommends: 10th, 9th, 8th, 7th, 6th, 5th, 11th, 12th, 4th, 3rd Science

Trip Explainer

Dr Ravindra Kumar
Cost: 1000 per trip
He is a scientist at bee farming, his expertises are training and expanding of bee farming . he loves children and wants to change society by creating awareness on honey bees. stop killing.


SciencePollination of Plant Science (Biology) involved: Please understand in detail.
TechnologyWhat role does Technology play in extracting honey from hives.
EngineeringResearch the engineering and physical aspects involved in how bees construct hives, Storage of honey and the construction of perennial, colonial nests from wax.
MathTo obtain 1 litre of honey how many bees are required and how much time does it take?

Host available dates

Parent Column

1) Check with your Parents if they extracted honey from a Beehive or saw this process being done. While extracting were bees killed and eggs destroyed?

2) Check differences in how Natural Honey used to be and how it is now.

Take Aways

Understanding the Processed honey, naturals honey and ingredients.


Project - If your School or Parents have farmland can you extend knowledge to implement a Apiculture Project- understanding Processed Honey, Natural Honey and Ingredients?


What is a Drone Bee & Queen Bee?

What type of Bees are present in India.

What are Artificial Hives?

Is Honey commercially available in the market as PURE?Or processed with Glucose/Sugar?

How can we identify the Purity of Honey?

Your own questions If any?

Social Note

Trippko Team will help to create social awareness on stopping the killing of bees through making of videos with active and interested children. This will also be done through Messages to Local and Central Agriculture ministries about enhancement of focus for next generations. Schools can also get involved in experiential Apiculture projects.

1 Reviews

  • StPeters school
    1 year ago

    It was wonderful experience for kids. One of its kind. They have gained intensive knowledge on the subject of honey beeing. The practical exposure of seeing the bee hive closely and seeing their colony was the best part. Adding to it, Parents were deeply impressed by actions taken by management to initiate these intensive field trips. So, we recommend Trippko and Honey Beeing Trip to all the Schools as we were hugely satisfied by hassle free communication and execution by Trippko.

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