Old Delhi railway station is easily accessible by road and is a popular landmark.
The 'challenge' camp is carefully designed to provide participants with a higher challenge in adventure. These challenges start at a base camp, however, participants pack their rucksacks and set out on a trek in the mountains where they face a test of physical, mental, emotional and social endurance. This 9-day trek, some of it above the tree line, takes participants to an altitude of 14250 feet, and involves traversing the snow. Send your kids packing on this camp which includes a whole lot of fun and adventure, but is definitely not for the fainthearted!
Dharamsala is a small city in the Kangra valley, nestled amidst stately deodar trees with views of the Himalayan ranges. Camp Dharamsala is located near the Indru Nag temple in Dharamsala, next to a quiet mountain village. The campus has a stunning backdrop of the Dhauladhar range. At a height of 5000 ft., the campus overlooks the beautiful town of Dharamsala. This will be the base camp for the expedition
Experience the thrill of trekking in the snow | Trek through forests of pine and deodar | Camp in the midst of nature under the stars | Take in majestic views of the Dhauladhar range
1 every 5
Male and female both
Participants arrive at Old Delhi railway station at 8:45 p.m. and board the train to Una. Participants then make their way to the campsite Dharamsala by MUV.
Overnight en route to the campsite
En route to Dharamsala
No meals are provided on this day
If cancellation is done with more than 7 days to departure, a fixed cost of Rs 2000 is charged
If cancellation is done within 2 to 7 days for departure, 50% of the total fee is charged
If cancellation is done in less than 2 days to departure, there will be no refund
An additional cancellation fee of Rs 500 will be deducted as processing fee where applicable.
Mobile phones are not allowed on the program. The attempt to use phones disrupts the program and engagement of the child. If carried, cell phones can be confiscated, and any violation of this rule will be dealt with strictly.
Valuables like expensive cameras should not be brought to the campus. The operator will accept no responsibility for loss or theft of any article.
Food items like cola cans, chips, biscuits, snacks etc. are not allowed on campus. It makes the wilderness campuses unsafe.
Participants have to carry their own bags. Parents can put a name tag on their child's bag.