(Recommended Age Group : 14+)

Life Skills Exploration Camp provides children with the opportunity to connect with nature, to participate in human powered activities, and to benefit from personal and primary relationships.

At camp, when children make new friends, explore the world around them, and learn that "I can" is much more powerful than "I can't", magic happens. In an environment created just for them, children learn real life skills, develop self-esteem, and gain a sense of independence and community. Whether children are playing, exploring nature, conquering new heights, or becoming part of a camp family, they are creating memories that will last a lifetime.

The motive of this camp will be a transformation of the children from “I” to “WE”.

Through various individual rope based adventure activities one can overcome factors like fear and through various team-based activities, the participant understands the importance of being a team player and the importance of working in a team.

Activities like Wilderness Survival Tips and demonstrations will give the participants an edge of learning the real-life skills and actual hands-on experience of the same. 

Sessions like Disaster Management modules for Fire and water rescue along with Basic First Aid tips like bandaging and splinting will add to the general knowledge and equip the participant with more skills needed in case of any domestic emergency even in the family. 

Improve Positive communication

Improve Leadership skills

2 Nights 3 Days Available on request

DAY 1 :

School to Campsite: (Drive time of 2.5 hrs)

Early morning Reporting at School. Leave for campsite by a chartered coach.
Breakfast will be served en-route. Reach campsite and check-in.

Enjoy delicious lunch followed by rest for sometime.
Assemble for a series of introductory and ice breaking games followed by unique set of activities focusing upon “navigation” and “orientation” in the outdoors. 

Get ready to be thrilled by the following two rope based activities:

“Laddering” - Laddering is an adventure activity of getting atop a tree with a rope ladder. This is a test run to check your fitness and ability to do outdoor activities at Camp.

“Net climbing” - This activity provides the participant a chance to learn how to take smaller and calculated risks. 

Dinner & Lights off. 

DAY 2 :

Early Wake up call.

Get up close and personal with nature as we go on a trail today morning. Learn about lesser flora and fauna around. Get introduced to basics of bird watching and bird identification. 

Enjoy a scrumptious breakfast. 

Get ready for an action packed morning as we indulge in some rope based adventure activities like mentioned below:

Tarzan Swing - Swing on a cable from a tall tree just like Tarzan does it in the jungle, and become the King of the Jungle. 

Burma Bridge - An imitation of bridge used in Burma, where ropes are used. More than a bridge, it looks like a series of swings through which we step each of them to cross the bridge. It s a soft adventure activity where you need great balance  and confidence. Cross the bridge and feel the sense of overcoming a great challenge. An exciting activity for those who dare to do something new.

Flying Fox - The structure consists of one rope tied diagonally at two ends between two poles / trees. This is an adventure sports activity involving a test of courage. 

Break for lunch and rest for sometime.

Post Lunch the participants will be working on their instincts and the quick response timing for hunting down a box of secrets through multiple steps and difficulties like solving riddles and doing tasks and earning points.   

After evening refreshments, learn about life skills and interesting hacks of wilderness survival in an interesting interactive session.

Wilderness Survival Life Skills - Learn how to boil an egg without water, cook survival food, ethics of campfire, tent pitching, different uses of trash bags other than a trash bag, learn about emergency response protocol, essentials to carry while in outdoors, learn how to make makeshift bandages out of t-shirts and pants, learn how to improvise in case of lifting/carrying a person. 

Dinner & Lights off. 

DAY 3 : 

Early morning Wake-up call followed by breakfast.

Check out and leave for Rafting Session (1 hour drive from the campsite).

After reporting to the starting point we distribute rafting gear followed by safety briefing by our river guide. Set your adrenaline meter to high as we negotiate rapids on river Kundalika (session of 2-2.5 hours).

Post rafting, check into campsite near the end point of river Kundalika. Freshen-up and change. 

Have lunch and reminisce your dare devil activity of today morning.

Depart for Pune after lunch.