This charming retreat is located only 7 kms from Delhi, making it a perfect weekend getaway for anyone living in the capital. You'll check in at noon, and spend the day acting like kids – climbing rocks, rappelling, trying out the Burma Bridge, and a whole lot more. If you want something more exciting, you can try out sports like zorbing, flying fox, raft-building, paintball, and more (all payable on the spot). There's also a private forest attached, so you can take solo rambles in the wilderness, if that's your thing. At night, you'll sleep in comfortable lodges with attached washrooms.
IMPORTANT: To book this trip, you need a minimum of 2 persons.
This adventure camp is located in Dhauj in Faridabad, just a short drive from Delhi. The campsite is right in the middle of the rocky Aravalli hills, one of the world's oldest mountain ranges. These mountains were formed with the subcontinent of India collided with and joined the main Eurasian plate. And when you stand here, the primitive atmosphere really soaks in. You'll feel like clambering over the rust-toned rocks and reconnecting with nature. All the rocks and cliffs in this area, eroded by centuries of cold and heat and weather, form the perfect surface for rock climbing and rappelling.
Apart from the dramatic setting, the campsite has green lawns, a home-grown forest, a dining area, parking space, and sprawls over a huge 12-acre property.
Book an unforgettable weekend adventure experience | Hike to the top of the nearest peak of the Aravali Hills | Participate in fun activities like rock climbing, rappelling, trekking, and Burma Bridge
Rock-climbing, rappelling, trekking, Bur
You can check in at noon. You'll be shown to your lodge rooms so you can settle in and freshen up, after which a delicious lunch spread is served. For the rest of the day, you can participate in as many adventure activities as you want. You can climb and rappel down the natural granite rockfaces of the Aravalli hills around, or take on the many on-site obstacle course and adventures. In the evening, enjoy tea and cookies as you watch the setting sun. It'll grow colder at night, and you'll have hot soup to warm you, and a hot dinner. At night, you'll retire to your rooms to sleep.
Overnight in lodge rooms.
Check in time is noon. You'll check in to delightful eco-lodge rooms built in a rustic style, with murals painted by local artisans. The rooms are equipped with beds, fans, electric charging points, and all basic furniture. The washrooms are attached, while hot water is provided by solar geysers. In the cold/foggy months, when the solar geysers are not functioning, hot water for bathing is provided in buckets. You'll eat your meals in a spacious dining area, with buffet-style serving for all mea
Camp Wild, Dhauj
Camp Wild, Dhauj
Lunch | Evening tea and cookies | Soup and dinner
The cancellation policy is as follows: 10 days prior to date: 25% of the total amount is deducted as cancellation charges.
10-7 days: 35% of the total amount is deducted as cancellation charges.
6-3 days: 50% of the total amount is deducted as cancellation charges.
3 days or less: No refund.
Bottled water has a huge carbon footprint, so the supplier has moved away from offering bottled water. You will be offered RO-purified water at the camp.
Participants are requested to unplug cell phone chargers, laptops, televisions and stereos when not in use.
The decision of the camp instructor/leader is final.