• Trip introduction

    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

    Destination highlights

    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

    Activity Details

    12-17 years


    1 every 5


    Co-ed campsite

    Male and female both


    Trip details
  • Day 1: Departure from Delhi

    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

    Day 1 Milestone


    En route to Dharamsala

    20:45 PM


    No meals are provided on this day

    Day 2: Arrival at the campus in Dharamsala
    Day 3: Trek to Mana
    Day 4: Mana-Triund
    Day 5: Triund - Laka
    Day 6: Laka - Indrahar pass - Triund
    Day 7: Triund - Dharamkot - Campus in Dharamsala
    Day 8: Departure from the campus in Dharamsala
    Day 9: Arrival in Delhi
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  • Cancellation policy

    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.

    Rules on trip

    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.

    Additional instructions, booking policies, terms and conditions

    Participants should come with their water bottles filled. They may also carry a small snack as there is no pantry car in the train.

    There will be no direct communication with children or staff on campus during the course of the program. Parents can check-in with the supplier for updates on their child's progress if required.

    No cash is required on the programme. Children may carry a maximum of Rs. 2000 to buy some memorabilia on campus.

    The campuses are substance free. Participants found using tobacco or alcohol will be sent back without any refund and the costs will be borne by the parent.

    Participants will be briefed regarding the rules and regulations, especially those related to safety and discipline before the program starts, and during the program. They are expected to abide by the rules or risk being sent back at own cost.

    The operator provides sleeping bag, sleeping mat, rucksack, tents, stove and other relevant gears depending on the activity. Participants don’t need to carry these but they must respect and take care of all equipment provided during the program.

    In case the participant is using any specific medicine, it needs to be carried and the information provided to the travel leader at the time of departure.

    A Doctor will be on campus and medicines for most common ailments such as flu, stomach-related, asthma, allergies, cuts and wounds, dehydration, etc. and trained first aid respondents during the expedition will be available.
    • Adventure Dharamsala Snow Trek Delhi Summer Camp Kids Camp
    • Adventure Dharamsala Snow Trek Delhi Summer Camp Kids Camp
    • Adventure Dharamsala Snow Trek Delhi Summer Camp Kids Camp
  • Includes / Excludes


    • All accommodation on sharing basis

    • All meals as specified
    • Expert supervision
    • Transport from the pick-up point in Delhi and back


    • Any costs or services not mentioned in the Inclusions (Jain food can be arranged on special request)

    What to Wear

    What to Wear

    • T-shirt (long/short sleeved)- 2/3
    • Long pants (no tight jeans) 1/2
    • Shorts - 2/3
    • Sports shoes (sturdy-rubber soled) - 2 pairs (tough rubber soled shoes in good condition and good fitting, they should be neither too tight nor too loose)
    • Not to wear - Clothes that are very tight or delicate
    • Mobile phones
    • Expensive gadgets and jewellery

    What not to Wear

    • Loose clothing that will tangle around you while swimming
    • Restrictive clothing
    • Flip-flops

    Equipment / Gear

    We Provide

    • Sleeping bag
    • Sleeping mat
    • Rucksack
    • Tents, stove
    • Relevant safety and technical equipment (based on the activity)

    You need to get

    • NOTE: Pack clothes appropriate for outdoor-based and physical activities. Pack everything in one bag that’s easy to carry, preferably a duffle bag/backpack (participants have to carry their own bags). There is no laundry facility.
    • Sweat shirt/thick shirt
    • Track suit
    • Warm/wind proof jacket/sweater
    • Water proof upper
    • Water proof lower
    • Thermal innerwear
    • Warm fleece jacket
    • Warm full-sleeved t-shirts -2
    • Warm lowers - 2
    • Warm fleece cap
    • Waterproof warm gloves - 2 pairs
    • Night dress/loose clothing
    • Towel
    • Undergarments for 7 days (as required)
    • Waterproof shoes (ankle high)
    • Sandals/slippers - 1 pair
    • Socks for 7 days (as required)
    • Torch and spare batteries (important)
    • Insulated water bottle
    • Water bottles (1 ltr) [Important]
    • Whistle [Important]
    • Mosquito repellent tube
    • Floppy sun hat
    • Sunscreen with SPF 40
    • Lip balm
    • Soap, toothbrush, toothpaste
    • Prescription glasses (If applicable) - 1 extra pair
    • Dry bags (waterproof) - 1 large
    • Sunglasses
    • Petroleum jelly
    • Wet wipes - 2 packets
    • Walking sticks
    • Mouthwash
    • Sanitizer

    Medical Kit

    • Please carry specific personal or prescribed medication, personal first-aid kit.