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Here is a list of 4 outdoor adventure camps in India for that memorable and life-changing experience your children need this summer.
Here is a list of 4 outdoor adventure camps in India for that memorable and life-changing experience for your children. We are sure they will love their close encounter with nature!
Everyone on the planet, including myself, is desperate for a breath of fresh air right now. All of us could use some time in nature and outdoors, especially the kids who have been huddled up at home in front of a screen.
With no playtime and with restrictions easing and lockdown ending just in time for summer vacations, what better way to enjoy the outdoors than some outdoor adventure summer camps in India?
Summer is the perfect time for outdoor activities and camps. They not only help kids develop skills and aptitudes, but they also help them gain independence and learn new things. They can make new friends and discover their abilities by exposing themselves to new experiences outside of their normal routines at home and school.
So, if you want your children to engage in adventure, spend time outdoors, stare at the star-lit sky, make new friends, and learn more about themselves, here is a list of 4 outdoor adventure summer camps in India dedicated to providing a memorable and life-changing experience for your children.
One of India’s earliest outdoor adventure-based camps, Inme-Youreka has been conducting camps all over India for 26 years now. Inme-Youreka provides parents and children with a range of programs to pick from.
From rock climbing, water rafting, mountain biking, surfing, skiing, and deep-sea adventures like scuba diving and snorkelling, they have something for everyone.
The camps are separated into three levels:
According to their website, the basic philosophy behind the programs and activities is to provide youngsters with a thrilling blend of adventure, enjoyment, and learning.
Location: Multiple locations across India
Age group: 9-17 years.
To get more information and check out the programs, click here.
This nature tourism organization is known for offering wildlife adventure, hiking trips, and many more activities. They also have a long list of camps, divided into categories for children of all ages, ranging from 8 to 18 years.
There are wildlife camps for youngsters aged 10 to 16, adventure camps for children aged 12 to 18, and kids’ camps for children aged 8 to 12.
Foliage Outdoors offers a variety of activities, like rafting on the Ganges, touring the snow-capped Himalayas, and spotting the tiger amid thickets of greenery, Rock climbing, rappelling, cave exploration, trekking, kayaking, scavenger hunts, and more.
Location: Multiple places across India
Age group: 8 to 18 years
You can know more about the programs as well as register here.
Outlife offers outdoorsy, adventurous, and interactive educational summer camps for children of ages 8 to 17 years old.
The goal of the camp is to instil in the participant’s self-reliance, independence, courage, life skills, value education, and an adventurous spirit.
Trekking, kayaking, rock climbing, cycling, animal safaris, environmental skills, and nature education, are some of the outdoor activities included in the educational camping trips.
They have camps across India. in Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, and Kolkata.
Location: Across India
Age group: 8 to 17
For any further queries regarding the program’s dates costs etc., you can check their website here.
Pugmarks were formed in Pune roughly two decades ago by three ardent conservationists to expose young minds to the joys of the outdoors and wildlife conservation while also promoting personal development.
Every year, they hold a variety of camps for children and young adults both inside and beyond Maharashtra.
Pugmarks specialize in wildlife camping, where youngsters are trained to understand jungle signals. For instance, how to decipher alarm and other calls, observe pugmarks and scratch marks and derive helpful conclusions from them, identify creatures based on their noises, and so on.
They provide insulation camps which are situated in Pune/ Mumbai, outstation camps as well as special interest camps. They offer a variety of activities such as Kayaking, rafting, bungee jumping, scuba diving, rappelling, ziplining, slacklining, parasailing, laddering, wall climbing, and other adventure activities.
Age group: Children as young as four years old can enrol in this camp along with parental supervision.
For more details and to register click here.
These outdoor adventure summer camps will provide your children with an entertaining and well-deserved summertime.
By stepping out of the bubble into which they had been wrapped for the past two years, the children will learn to be self-sufficient and gain confidence in themselves.
These summer camps give your kids new opportunities to explore being outside. There is an added benefit of human connection and making new friendships, which they had been missing out on for quite some time.
These outdoor adventure summer camps in India will undoubtedly encourage your child to make the best of things and live out loud again!
Image Source: From official sites of the mentioned camps.
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