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Kids Adventure Camp

Period: 1st April to 30th June, 1st September to 15th November
Age Group: Between 10 to 18 years.
Minimum number per Group: 30 (Thirty)
Maximum Number per Group: 65 (Sixty Five)
Duration of camp: 6N/7days

 

The sheer raw beauty of perennial snow covered peaks for a backdrop, a wooded land full of majestic deodars and scented pines, the Manalsu river flowing by and a panoramic valley stretching out gives our camp a surrealistic setting.

Camping is perhaps one of the easiest ways of enjoying the wonders that nature has given Himachal and sharing in the warm hospitality of its people. We offer organized camps that offer accommodation, catering and a variety of activities like hikes, nature tours, rock climbing, rappelling, river rafting, river crossing, snow skiing, etc.

Anchor your adventurous zeal as you camp in the Himalaya, where you can feel the soothing effects of the enchanting environs.
Take that break you deserve….

ITINERARY:

Day-1 Arrival, allotting of tents, registration, lunch, free till tea. After tea, acclimatization walk to Hadimba Temple and back. Evening lecture on surroundings and mountain walking. Free at camp.

Day-2 After breakfast trek to Jogini Fall via. Vashisht Hot Water Spring, Lord Rama’s Temple, Lord Shiva’s Temple, Village of Goshal. Back at camp by lunch. Free till tea. After tea lecture on Ropes & Knots. Knot practice. Free at camp (Games).

Day-3 After breakfast trek to Kotha Padhar via the villages of Dhungri, Nasogi, Balsari and Siyal. back at camp by lunch. Free till tea. After tea lecture on camp hygiene and then knot test. Free time for games at camp.

Day-4 After breakfast move to rock field for Rock Climbing & Rappelling. Late Lunch at camp. Free till tea. After tea, visit Budhist Monastery and explore the Bazaar (shopping) in Manali town. Reach camp in the evening.

Day-5 After breakfast move to rock field for Rock Climbing & Rappelling. Late Lunch at camp. Free till tea. After tea, lecture on Do’s & Don’ts, knot practice session. Free time for games.

Day-6 After breakfast drive to snow point with pack lunch. Full day at snow point. Reach camp by evening tea After tea lecture on tent pitching. Test of all that has been taught till day 5th. Evening distribution of certificates, dinner and camp fire.

Day-7 After breakfast move to river side for River Crossing. Back at camp before lunch, clean up the camp area. Deposit equipments issued. Lunch. Pack the bags and leave Camp (Manali) for onward journey.

Note: Programme is subject to change according to the local weather conditions.

For Complete Itinerary and Cost, Please Contact Us

Fee Includes:

  • Boarding & lodging in tents on sharing basis.
  • Technical and community – use equipment
  • Supervision and inspection by qualified trainers.
  • Provisioning of training aids.
  • Transportation to Rohtang Pass by Sumo/Qualis/Tempo Traveler

Fee Excludes: -

  • Any other travel cost except to Rohtang Pass.
  • Cost of any form of insurance, rescue, evacuation, hospitalization, etc.
  • Costs incurred due to delays in arrival/departure of any means of transportation resulting from landslides, floods, or other natural or man made causes over which PARAMOUNT ADVENTURE has no control.
  • Travel Agents Commission.

Note:

  • The above fee is applicable for a minimum group of 30 participants.
  • The Participation fee is from Manali to Manali.

Special Incentive:
Each group of 30 Pax must be accompanied by 2 adult teachers/escorts from the place of origination up to Manali and back. boarding & lodging of the two teachers/escorts will be on the house at our camp during the tenure of the camp.

 

Camp Details:

  • Camp: Name Camp In Wilderness
  • Tents: 10’X10’X7’. 13 Tents
  • Occupancy: 5 Sharing
  • Dining Tent: 16’X26’, capacity of 30 Pax.
  • Toilets: 7 Indian style, 2 additional W C toilets can be erected.
  • Location: Next to Club House, Manali.
  • Distance: 2 km. From Manali Town
  • Area Name: Old Manali Village
  • River Side: Manalsu (river Name)
  • Surrounded by Pine Trees
  • Away from Pollution
  • Serene Atmosphere in the lap of the Himalaya.

General Check List

Clothing

  • Light Rain Suit
  • Cotton Pants
  • T-shirts
  • Wind cheater/Warm jacket
  • Full sleeves sweater
  • Woolen Gloves
  • Dark Sunglasses
  • Woolen socks
  • Hiking boots
  • Slippers
  • P-Cap & Woolen Cap
  • Towel

Equipment

  • Day pack
  • Water bottle
  • Toilet paper
  • Torch and batteries
  • Pocket knife

Food

  • Chocolate & Sweets
  • Dry Fruits & Nuts
  • Energy snacks

Photographic (Optional)

  • Camera
  • Spare batteries
  • Film
  • Binoculars

First aid/medical

  • Personal medication
  • Sun protection cream
  • Insect repellent
  • Lip guard
  • Antiseptic cream
  • Bandages
  • Throat lozenges

Personal items

  • Toothbrush & Paste
  • Matches / Candles
  • Soap
  • Big Polly bag for water proofing

Care for your Environment

Himalaya, with its pristine mountains, rivers and forests is known as the “abode of the Gods”. It is therefore our responsibility to maintain the natural glory of these mountains and make it a place of endless delight for travelers and residents alike. A few easy to follow steps will help you to contribute in making this effort a success.

  • Plastic stays: It is one of the least degradable substances, resistant to the effects of the sun, wind and rain. When you leave a plastic bag or bottle in the quiet picnic spot that you and your family enjoyed, you may very well find it there when return a few years later, an ugly spot on the landscape. The State of Himachal Pradesh has banned the used of polythene/plastic bags and you can be fined for using them, while you are in the Sate.
  • Litter: Do remember to take your litter back to the hotel or dropt it in the conveniently placed dustbins. Don’t leave it lying around.
  • Noise: One of the prime attractions of Himalaya, is the quiet of the mountains that invite you to linger. Need we say...
  • Please don’t blow your vehicle horn unnecessarily or play blaring loud music as you drive.
  • Vandalism: Nature intended trees and rocks to remain unmarked by human beings. Nor were our monuments intended for graffiti written by some young wit.
  • Please do not scratch your name or write message on trees, rocks, mountains or monuments.
  • Respect: Please treat the mountains and the people with respect and you will be pleasantly surprised at what both can give back to you.

Last, but not the least... Enjoy yourself with responsibility.

Leave nothing, not even footprints……

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