Participants have to meet at VIP parking area of New Delhi Railway Station at 22:30. This parking area is towards the Ajmeri Gate.
An 7-day camp in the idyllic campsite at Jayalgarh is a perfect summer adventure for kids of 14-17 years of age. This trip offers an opportunity for children to learn various skills of rafting.
They perform the thrilling adventure sport of white water rafting on the Alaknanda river on Grade II-IV rapids under expert supervision. Children learn about kayaking, safeguard and rescue and other navigational skills. They also engage in team building activities and social work in and around the campsite.
This beautiful campsite is nestled on the banks of the rushing Alaknanda river in Uttarakhand, at a 4 hour drive from the holy city of Haridwar.
The river offers a thrilling rafting stretch with numerous rapids. Participants camp in the wilderness, enjoying nature and the outdoors, and making new friends.
Learn how to paddle and manoeuvre a raft | Camp in the wilderness | Participate in team building activities | Fine tune your rafting skills | Enjoy fun games and social work in and around the campsite
Participants meet at the pickup point and board the overnight train for Haridwar.
Overnight train journey
Participants board train from NDLS to Haridwar.
No meals will be served today
If cancellation is done with more than 7 days to departure, a fixed cost of Rs 2000 is charged
If cancellation is done 2-7 days before 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.
There will be no direct communication with children on campus during the course of the program. Parents can check-in with the operator for updates on their child's progress if required.
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.
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.
Youreka 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.