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  • Trip introduction

    This is a perfect 10 day trip in the Himalayan wilderness, offering kids a opportunity to undertake challenges like high altitude trekking and white water rafting under expert supervision.

    Participants learn the basics of trekking and mountaineering and are included in planning and decision-making and have to share roles in rotation. Roles may vary from camp set up, pack up (leave no trace), cooking, washing, collecting firewood or sourcing drinking water, and all tasks are managed by the group.

    This is a moderately challenging trip which also offers an opportunity to learn various life skills and adventure techniques.
    The trip also give participants a chance to do the exciting sport of river rafting.

    Destination

    This beautiful campsite is located on the banks of the Tons river in the Har ki Dun valley and contains a myriad of flora and fauna. The trip takes participants through the Himalayan valley and offers them an opportunity to camp out in the wild, learn new skills, and make new friends.

    Every child will take back priceless memories of the magnificent views, as well as an increased sense of confidence and responsibility.

    Destination highlights

    Enjoy camping in the Himalayan wilderness | Perform the thrilling sport of river rafting | Learn the basics of trekking and mountaineering from expert instructors | Capture sweeping views of Himalayan valley and snow capped peaks from 12500 feet above sea level | Trek through mixed alpine forests of cedar, oak and pine | Learn various life skills and understand how to plan a trip and manage responsibility

    Activity Details

    14-17

    No

    1:5

    No

    Co-ed

    Both male and female

    Yes

    Trip details
  • Day 1: Departure from NDLS

    All campers meet at New Delhi railway station at 22:30 and board the train to Dehradun by 23:50.

    Overnight train journey.

    Reservation in AC III tier coaches.

    Day 1 Milestone

    New Delhi

    22:30 PM

    Food

    No meals will be provided today.

    Veg | Non-veg | Jain
    Day 2: Welcome to beautiful campsite.
    Day 3: Acclimatization and preparation for expedition.
    Day 4: Camp at Juda ka Talaab.
    Day 5: Participants pitch tents at the base camp.
    Day 6: Summit day!
    Day 7: Celebrate the success of the expedition.
    Day 8: Rafting and fun-activities at the campsite
    Day 9: Start the return journey.
    Day 10: Arrive back at NDLS
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  • Cancellation policy

    There is a cancellation charge of Rs. 3000 up to 15 days before the departure date. Thereafter, a 75% refund of total fee up to 10 days to departure, 50% refund till 5 days to departure, and no refund if the departure is less than 5 days away.

    Rules on trip

    Mobile phones are not allowed. The program is designed to be in the wilderness and out of the regular comfort zone. Phones can be distracting and become a safety hazard. If carried, phones will be confiscated and have to be taken back from the office at the end of the season.

    Additional instructions, booking policies, terms and conditions

    These programs are not the same as a typical camping experience. There are no fixed tents or built up toilets. The great outdoors is all you have! Participants may not have bathing opportunities for 2-3 days at a stretch.

    Participants need to ensure that they pack items as per the list provided. They have to carry their own bags along with the divided group resources for the entire trip.

    Special precautions and safety guidelines help to make the camping experience of children unique and fun-filled. Before the start of each activity, a proper training session is organised for all the participants. Each participant gets the requisite gear needed for the completion of the exercise.

    All group leaders and instructors have been certified from renowned institutes and carry years of experience. Creating a safe environment is their main aim and every instructor goes through rigorous training to be able to handle any challenging situation. Every safety procedure is diligently followed to allow a safe and fun experience for the children.
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    • Kedarkantha Kids Summer Camp Tons Rafting Trekking Adventure Expedition
    • Kedarkantha Kids Summer Camp Tons Rafting Trekking Adventure Expedition
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  • Includes / Excludes

    Includes

    • Travel from New Delhi to the campsite near Dehradun and back in AC III tier

    • Accomodation in 3 person tents
    • Meals as specified
    • Expert supervision
    • Clean washrooms ( Separate areas for boys and girls will be demarcated near the campsite of the day)

    Excludes

    • Any services or cost not mentioned in the inclusions

    • Personal expenses
    • Sleeping bags (Inme recomends that participants get their own sleeping bags, but this can also be availed from the campsite at no additional cost)

    What to Wear

    What to Wear

    • 6 t-shirts
    • 2 pairs of sweat shirts (preferably full sleeves)
    • 1 warm track pants and 2 track pants/jeans
    • 1 medium sized towel (quick dry)
    • 1 thick warm jacket (temperatures on the trek can fall as low as 0°C.)
    • 1 light pull over
    • 2 pairs of thermal wear
    • 1 rain proof jacket
    • 1 cap
    • 1 woollen cap (should cover your ears)
    • 1 pair of sun glasses
    • 1 pair of woollen gloves
    • Undergarments (for 8-9 days)
    • Not to wear - Leather floaters
    • Thermos bottle
    • Jewelry or expensive accessories are not recommended. For expensive or delicate clothes, please use discretion.
    • Mobile phones are not allowed on the camp and will be confiscated if carried.
    • Using MP3 players (although it may be carried for the journey) will not be allowed on the campsite as it can be distracting and is a safety hazard.

    What not to Wear

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

    Equipment / Gear

    We Provide

    • Tents
    • Sleeping bags (If need be)
    • All safety gear and equipment needed for trekking, rafting and other activities

    You need to get

    • Comfortable shoes with sturdy soles (Must be worn; must not be new)
    • 1 pair of floaters
    • 1 head lamp (carry extra batteries)
    • Personal toiletries kit (include sun screen, cream & mosquito repellent)
    • Extra pair of spectacles in case you use them
    • Sleeping bags: Though Inme has enough sleeping bags to provide participants in case they do not carry their own, please note that these are used by other participants and Inme reissues them after a basic cleaning using a disinfectant spray.
    • Water bottle (ability to carry 2 liters of water)
    • Limit baggage to one piece of luggage
    • Participants do not require to carry any money for their travel, stay or meals from the point inme takes charge and till they are handed back to the parents. However they may carry a maximum of Rs 2500 for any personal purchases. Inme will not be responsible for any money lost or missing unless it is deposited in the camp safe on arrival.

    Medical Kit

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