Bengaluru: Youreka office, Edusports Building, Janardhan Towers, 7th Cross, HSR Layout, Bengaluru
Chennai: Chennai central railway station
Send your kids on this week-long trip to a beautiful campsite in Yercaud where they can master outdoor survival skills and learn rock climbing.
In this fun summer camp, children get to spend most of their time learning new skills like tying different knots, navigational skills like reading maps and using a compass, all while camping in the lap of nature.
This camp is the perfect opportunity for your 9-12 year olds to learn something new, polish their team-building skills and boost their confidence levels.
Located about 1.5 hours from Salem in the Yercaud hills in Tamil Nadu, the 'Jungle Outback' campsite is nestled in a beautiful estate at a height of 5100 ft., with the unique distinction of being the highest permanent nature camp in South India. Situated within picturesque coffee plantations and orchards of orange trees, the campsite allows for exciting adventure activities amongst the tranquil natural surroundings.
Experience the thrill of climbing and then descending a steep rock face | Challenge yourself at the ropes course | Trek through coffee plantations | Learn a host of navigational outdoor survival skills | Learn to pitch your own tents and cook your own food | Camp in the midst of nature under the stars
Male and female both
Chennai campers: Arrive at Chennai central railway station at 5:15 a.m. and board the train from Salem.
Bengaluru campers: Arrive at the Youreka office at 5 a.m. and depart for the campsite by coach.
Sleep in clean and comfortable tents in the lap of nature.
Lunch | Dinner
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.
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.