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  • Camping in Delhi

    As the capital of India, and a sprawling city that grows bigger every day, there aren’t many options for camping near Delhi. But every once in a while, you’re going to want to escape the concrete jungle and getaway to nature, away from it all.

    If you’re looking for camping in Delhi or nearby, there are a few options that are a short drive away from the city.

    Camping places near Delhi: Dhauj day camping

    Located only about 7 km from the city, this is one of the most accessible places near Delhi. This campsite is in Faridabad, and lies in the midst of the Aravalli range, with a private forest adjacent to it.

    There are green lawns, and 12 acres of property to explore. This campsite offers both day adventure trips and overnight camping. You’ll get to try rock-climbing and rappelling, Burma Bridge, zorbing, Flying Fox, raft-building, paintball, or play a game of cricket on the lawns while camping in Delhi.

    Camping places near Delhi: Dhauj night camping

    If you book an overnight stay at Dhauj, you’ll enjoy being the privileged few to stay overnight when the day-trippers leave.

    You’ll see the sun setting over the ancient red and brown Aravalli mountains while camping in Delhi. You can cosy up near a warming bonfire as the night grows chilly. You’ll be staying in deluxe tents here, and will fall asleep to the sounds of nature.

    Places for camping near Delhi

    Look farther afield for a closer-to-nature camping experience. If you’re camping too close to the city, you’re not truly escaping it. Instead, set off for a weekend, and drive off to Rishikesh, Dehradun, or Corbett.

    Places for camping near Delhi: Corbett

    Located about 275 km from Delhi, this campsite lies in the foothills of Kotabagh, on the fringe of Jim Corbett National Park. You can climb into machaans, do short treks through the forest nearby, go on bicycle rides, or take a dip in the stream nearby.

    At night, after a campfire and a hot dinner, you’ll go to sleep in American safari tents. It’s a truly wild experience.

    Places for camping near Delhi: Rishikesh

    Drive just 6 hours from Delhi to get to Rishikesh for a perfect experience of adventure and camping. You’ll stay at idyllic campsites sheltered by towering mountains, and have a range of options to choose from

    From Swiss tents to bamboo huts to cottages, or even air-cooled tents and rooms. Most of these campsites offer river rafting with your camping experience.

    Apart from enjoying the cool night air and pleasant days, these trips can be filled with adventure and fun. You can go white water rafting in the rapids, try bungee jumping, Asia’s longest flying fox ride, or go mountain biking.

    Places for camping near Delhi: Glamping in Manali

    If you’re really looking for a wild experience, go all the way to Manali. While it’s not technically near Delhi, you’ll be hard-pressed to find fault with this experience.

    This glam camping trip offers you luxury tents, four-poster beds, attached washrooms, carpeted floors, and a campsite surrounded by snowy mountain peaks, apple orchards and pine forests around, and a river flowing nearby.

    Best season for camping near Delhi

    Choose the winter months or cooler monsoon months when camping in Delhi. The temperatures are too high in summer to be outdoors for long, and you won’t be able to enjoy your camping experience.

    However, during the summer, it’s the perfect time to go far into the mountains. If you’re looking for places near Delhi in the summer, choose Manali.

    Here, under the cool shade of pine forests, with cold breezes blowing down from high mountain passes, you’ll find relief from the heat.

  • Damdama camp near Delhi - 2 days

    Sketch Itinerary:

    Day 1: Check-in and enjoy

    • Start point: Campsite near Delhi
    • Endpoint: Campsite near Delhi
    • Day start time: 11:00 hrs

    Day 2: Check out

    • Start point: Campsite near Delhi
    • Endpoint: Campsite near Delhi
    Detailed itinerary:

    Day 1: Check-in and enjoy

    The latest check-in time is about 11:00 hrs. It is advisable to reach as early as possible so that you can commence the activities for the day and make the most of this experience, camping near Delhi.

    You have a wide range of choices to choose from while camping in Delhi. There is a trampoline, Flying Fox, Burma Bridge and many more. In the middle of the activities, you can take a break for some mouth-watering lunch.

    Relax for a while after lunch and then resume your adventure. In the evening, you can relish some hot pakodas along with the mandatory tea and coffee.

    As the darkness takes over, you can huddle next to a bonfire and gorge on some delicious snacks. Later in the night, you will be provided with dinner, post which you can sleep blissfully in Swiss tents.

    Day 2: Check out

    Wake up early morning to be greeted by the soft rays of the sun. Take a walk to enjoy the peace and quiet before you delight in a hearty breakfast. Make sure you check out by 11:00 hrs, bringing the experience of camping in Delhi to a delightful end.

    Inclusions:

    Meals and refreshments will be served based on the packages selected while camping in Delhi. Accommodation will be provided on a sharing basis in luxurious Swiss tents. Filtered drinking water is available throughout the premises. Please check with your operator for the final details

    All the activities available at the campsite such as flying fox, rock climbing, archery and burma bridge are included in your expenses. You have access to sports such as volleyball, cricket, and football.

    There is also a bonfire session on the evening of Day 1 which is covered in the cost. There are no hidden costs and all applicable taxes have been included in the final amount.

    Exclusions:

    Camping in Delhi costs does not provide transportation services to and from the campsite. You will have to bear all such travelling expenses. Meals are not provided for support staff but can be availed at an additional cost on a per-person basis.

    Any expenses related to unforeseen expenses or changes to the itinerary will have to be borne on an individual basis. As well as any and all personal expenses incurred while camping in Delhi.

    The costs do not cover medical, travel or any other form of insurance. Kindly purchase the same on your own. Lastly, any expenses not a part of the inclusions will be charged separately.

  • Best time to go/Weather

    The winter months or the cool monsoon months are ideal for camping in Delhi. Summers can become unbearable with the temperatures being too high to remain outdoors for long.

    On the other hand, if you’re willing to travel further from the city, then summer is the ideal time to venture into the mountains. The cool mountain air and the shades of the forests provide some much-needed respite from the heat

  • Camping in Delhi - Route Map / Altitude Map

  • Camping in Delhi - Frequently Asked Questions

    What is the best time to go camping in Delhi and camping near Delhi?

    The winter and cooler monsoon months are the best time to go camping in Delhi because the weather is pleasant. The days are cool and the nights make for perfect bonfire sessions.

    On the other hand, when going near Delhi, the summer months might be better especially if you head towards the mountains. The cool mountain air and the forests bring relief from the dry heat.

    What are the requirements for camping in Delhi?

    What can I expect to do while camping in Delhi?

  • Reviews

    • Rated : 5

      27-03-2020

      'Thank you team TGN and specially Venkat for planning and coordinating and being attentive to our needs and making good recommendations (like renting bike etc). 3 days trip from Dehradun to Rishikesh was really satisfactory. Guidance given by him from starting to end was very helpful. During the trip, staying in tent was too good where we enjoyed the nice scenery nearby the river, food and flowers very much. The staff was very supportive and humble. One should definitely try the thrilling experiences of rafting and bungee in Rishikesh at least once in life. The tent in camp was so much spacious for all 3 of us. Overall it was a very good and chilling experience. Looking forward for more such outings with TGN :) Recommendation: Need to organise some more activities to enjoy camp fire at night'

    • Rated : 4

      27-03-2020

      I would describe their team as driven, enthusiastic and initiative bearing. Once I reached out to them for a camping trip, I was connected to one of their coordinators, Dheeraj Soni, who gave me multiple options, understood my requirement and timeline and suggested the perfect fit for us. They maintained effective communication with us and camp personal to ensure that we had a wonderful experience. I would certainly reach out to them for any future plans.

    • Rated : 5

      27-03-2020

      Amazing rafting in Ganges river. The Great Next team organized all very well so thank you guys for such a good day.

    • Rated : 5

      27-03-2020

      Our trip was an impulse decision but thanks to tgn it was a success and awesome trip.Excellent food and relaxing resort after river rafting trip

    • Rated : 4

      27-03-2020

      'On behalf of me & my friends I would want to take a moment to express my sense of gratitude and appreciation for team TGN. I planned an adventure trip to Rishikesh which happened to be a wonderful experience. I thank Mr. Venkat who I feel is an important asset to the company for planning and organising the entire trip. His excellency in managing customer relationship is truly commendable which plays a vital role in bringing business to any enterprise. Definitely looking for more such plans with team TGN in future. All the best'

    • Rated : 5

      27-03-2020

      It was great fun at water rafting with the great next, excellent trainers, food was good, overall good experience, we would like to visit again

    • Rated : 4

      27-03-2020

      'Stress, work life balance and the chaos and the need to take respite from it - and so began the search, the need to escape from it all. So some quick search landed me up with the great next , and came across Rahul and Venkat. A silent retreat far away from the din of Mumbai, Kolad is one of the perfect weekend gateway. As you step in DM Farms, the earthly traditional cottages touch you. Its staff always come up with handful of sweets at end of every meal. They also made arrangements for bon fire , which was an added attraction and set up the mood perfectly for the night. Accompanied with musical chair. The rafting was conducted professionally and is a beautiful experience to be remembered lifetime. I went solo, however, came back making lovely friends.'

    • Rated : 5

      27-03-2020

      I am out of words to describe Rendezvous Camp. It gives you must have once in a lifetime experience, true luxury, cleanest water of river Ganga near campsite. The food was way too good, felt like home, the staff was too friendly and co-operative. They are the challenge takes and never put you down rather they would exceed your expectations. I suggest this camp 'only' to whomever wants to travel to Rishikesh. Mr. Venkat from TGN was too patient and prompt to go through all girls' random thoughts and fluctuating plans. He only made me put all my trust in him and walk right into the camp without any worries, knowing he will help us out anywhere, anytime.

    • Rated : 2

      27-03-2020

      'Badly need to work on their website to sync information. Booked a trip (3 room) with them (ac cottage stay) for Rishikesh with 100% refund policy as per the link shared in mail. But I was surprised when on the next day of booking, I received the message saying that the cottage I paid for and received a booking confirmation has been allocated to someone else. Instead I had to pay extra for a non ac tent(with cooler instead of ac) property at the similar location. But the bad experience did not end there. When we had to cancel the room for 5 of the members, they applied a cancellation fees which was not stated anywhere in cancellation policies on website link. I will not suggest anyone to use this site. Please book directly to avoid any such inconvenience and surprises owing to misleading policies. Note: I had contacted the property owner directly and he had quoted a lower price(all inclusive package via mail) on direct booking than thegreatnext. So think hard before opting for TGN if you gave option to reach owner directly. We had opted for TGN only based on the full refund policy that the site stated. Edit: I would acknowledge the efforts from Tanvi from thegreatnext who tried to accomodate the updated requirements. I have given 2* only because of her inputs. However, I would like to point out that my concern is not with any person but it is with lack of clarity with policies and syncing with the property owners at the end of Thegreatnext website. This is a major drawback that needs to be bridged.'

    • Rated : 5

      27-03-2020

      The great next ..is an amzing platfrom fr those who like adventure ...my first advrnture (river rafting ) was full of fun n lovely moments and truly is was an awsome feeling ......thnzkz to d team ....

  • Getting There

    Delhi being the capital of India is well-linked with every part of the country through a number of transport options. You can choose to reach the metropolis via air, road or rail.

    Indira Gandhi International Airport is the airport located within the city and it is extremely well connected with not only India but the rest of the world. You can also choose to reach Delhi via road. A number of national highways and roads pass through this bustling city.

    Delhi is the headquarters of Northern Railway and you are spoilt for choice when it comes to rail travel as there are 5 major railway stations within the city.

    For camping in Delhi or even camping near Delhi, you can choose any of the modes of transport including but not limited to cabs, private/state buses or connecting flights and trains.

    What To Wear

    Choose to wear comfortable clothing like track pants and loose t-shirts throughout the camping experience. Do bring a light jacket or sweater if you come in the cooler months of the year while camping in Delhi.

    For your feet, you can wear sports shoes with rubber soles in the day and floaters in the evening. Do not forget to bring sun protection in the form of sunglasses, caps, and sunscreen as you will be outdoors for a considerable period of time.

    Do not bring expensive jewelry or electronic equipment while camping in Delhi. It is best to not have them on your person as well during the entire adventure.

    What To Carry

    All the equipment and safety gear that is needed for the adventure activities will be available onsite at the different camps. Accommodation will vary depending on the campsite and the packages that you have chosen for camping in Delhi.

    It is absolutely essential to carry your sports shoes with you so that you can partake in the games and activities. Carry sun protection in the form of sunglasses, caps, and sunscreen as you will be outdoors for a considerable period of time.

    Do not forget to bring insect repellant and a change of clothes if you are camping overnight. A torch/flashlight would be highly preferred as well as warm clothes for the cooler evenings.

    You can carry a sturdy backpack with you and fill it with snacks and beverages if you like. Personal toiletries along with medications should be brought along. A camera and mobile phone charger are optional items that you can carry while camping in Delhi.

    Preparation/Fitness

    Camping in Delhi or even nearby requires only a basic level of fitness. It is not a challenging camp and therefore can be done by nearly all age groups without any prior preparation.

    That being said, camping involves an element of adventure with all the games and activities. If you suffer from cardiovascular problems or other issues which are spine or knee-related, consult your doctor before booking any camping adventure.