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Location: - Situated 28 kms upstream on Rishikesh/ Badrinath highway, surrounded by a beautiful Sal forest beside half a kilometer of silver sand beaches. A breathtakingly beautiful and peaceful oasis of furnished tents with all amenities and services that discerning guests can expect. Every tent will have two/ three cots with comfortable mattress and clean linen.

Food:- An exhilarating rafting experience is guaranteed, and with it, a treat for your taste buds. Our jungle kitchen is well known for belting out high nutrition Indian and Western delicacies that refresh and energize.

DISTANCES:-Just six hours from Delhi, our Camp is a perfect wilderness getaway from Delhi's concrete jungles.
Delhi - Rishikesh - 232 kms
Rishikesh - Camp - 28 kms

River running with an impeccable safety record
Our highly experienced specialist guides have been running the trips on the Ganges for more than ten years now, and are trained in CPR techniques, first aid, and are experts at handling any situation on the river. We maintain exacting standards when it comes to safety, and use only top of the line imported equipment, right from the self bailing rafts, lifejackets, helmets, oars to every other accessory required.

Eco-friendliness and eco-consciousness has blended into every aspect of our overall wilderness experience, right from the pristine beaches, surrounding Sal forest, luxury campsite to actual rafting. We work hard to ensure that your wilderness and rafting experience with us, is in complete 'harmony with nature'. Thus we will request you not to litter the camp, jungle or the holy Ganga . Running water is not allowed in the toilets and one has to use dry pits.

Detailed Itinerary
5 Days &4 Nights

• Receive group and transfer to CAMP WILD by 1230 hrs
• Welcome drink on arrival and tent allotment.
• Day full of Adventure activities
• Lunch
• Enjoy some interactive team bonding games.
• Evening tea
• Dinner with Bonfire.
• O/N stay in cottages/tents.

Meals: - ( Lunch, Evening Tea with Snacks & Dinner)

• Drive from Camp Wild to Rishikesh in the Morning
• Lunch at Haridwar.
• Reach camp north of Rishikesh at Byasi by late afternoon
• Tent Allotment & at leisure till evening.
• Enjoy some interactive team bonding games.
• Dinner with Bonfire.
• O/N stay in tents.
Meals: - (B/F, Lunch, Evening Tea & Dinner)

• Post Breakfast, our expert instructor will have a brief introductory session explaining all about rafting - it's equipment, knowledge, fears, excitement, do's & don'ts etc. Today we will raft down from Camp to Shivpuri - 12 Kms/ 3- 4 Hours, exploring some of the most exciting rapids e.g Black Money, Crossfire, Three Blind Mice. Dare devils can actually try body surfing in one of the rapids, you just have to take a plunge and relax, and you will float along with the current.
• Transfer back to the camp for Lunch.
• Get ready for a jungle hike for 2-3 hrs.
• Post trek, sweat out with beach volley ball.
• Bonfire with music & Dinner.
• O/N stay in tents.
Meals: - (B/F, Lunch, Evening tea & Dinner)

To see some pictures of our camp and activities, please click on the link as below:-

• After breakfast, depart for School.
• Lunch Enroute
• Reach School by evening.
Meals: - (B/F & Lunch)

NOTE - Rafting is quite safe and road support would be provided through out. If any person is not comfortable in the river while doing rafting he/ she can be pulled out from the rafts and transported by road.

Min. No of students Multiple Sharing Basis

25 Students On request

1. All meals as per itinerary.
2. All activities as per the itinerary.
3. All camping and gearing equipment for adventure activities & rafting.
4. Accommodation in Camp Wild in tents +cottages on Multiple Sharing basis.
5. Accommodation in Rishikesh on Quad Sharing Basis.
6. River rafting for 1 half day.
7. All rafting gear and services of experienced river guides.
8. Services of Experienced trip leader.
9. Mineral Water Bottles during coach journey.
10. Transportation in 27 Seater 2x2 A/C Deluxe Coach.
11. One teacher as accompanying escorts will be allowed free on 20 students

1. Meals not mentioned above.
2. Expenses of personal nature such as laundry, telephone calls, drinks, tipping etc.
3. Anything not mentioned in the itinerary
4. Any increase in the govt. taxes

What to Get
• A sturdy rucksack that can hold up to 10 kgs - Try traveling light
• A robust pair of well used walking shoes with a good grip. Please advice people not to invest in new shoes just before the trip. In case they have to then they should do it now break them in.
• A second pair of shoes: camp shoes/slippers/flat sandals. Be prepared to be in wet shoes. The second pair will come in handy once you reach the camp at the end of each day.
• Two pair of socks. One pair of woolen socks.
• Full sleeve: T-shirts, thick cotton shirts, shorts and lowers. On the trek it will be hot as long as you keep walking. It is advisable to wear layer of clothes that you can add on or remove as necessary.
• For the trek and at the camp Nylon or Polyester track pants, and any other comfortable, warm and quick dry leggings. A full sweater/pullover and jacket.
• Woolen caps / ear muffs and baseball cap.
• Wash Towel
• A strong flashlight and cells.
• Box of matches/Lighter.
• Cold Cream/Moisturizer, sun block
• All Camera related accessories and peripherals.
• Binoculars.

Environmental Guidelines
• These guidelines help in reducing the impact on the environment, minimize the possibility of animal suffering and stress, and encourage respect and appreciation of other cultures and traditions.
Campsite - Keep in mind that another party will be using the same campsite after you have left. Leave the site cleaner than you found it.
• Do not Fuel the Fire - Always discard matches and cigarettes with great care but also keep the use of wood for fuel to a minimum. When possible, take kerosene or an alternative fuel source for cooking and heating purposes.
Remove litter - Burn or bury paper and carry out all non-degradable litter.
Keep local water clean - Avoid using pollutants such as detergents in streams or springs. If no toilet facilities are available, make sure you are at least 30 meters away from water sources, and bury or cover waste.
Plants should be left to flourish - Taking cuttings, seeds and roots is illegal in many parts of the world. Also remember the trade in many wildlife products is strictly illegal.
• Help your guides and porters to follow conservation measures.
When taking photographs - Respect privacy - ask permission and use restraint.
Respect Holy places - Preserve what you have come to see, never touch or remove religious objects. Shoes should be removed when visiting temples.
Giving to children encourages begging - A donation to a project, health center or school is a more constructive way to help.
• You will be accepted and welcomed if you follow local customs.
Clothes - Loose lightweight clothes are preferable to revealing shorts, skimpy tops and tight fitting action wear.
• Visitors, who value local traditions, encourage local pride and maintain local cultures. Please help local people gain a realistic view of life in Western Countries.
Stay on Track - Unsupervised off road driving can cause irreparable damage to the soil and vegetation, all for the sake of that once in a lifetime shot. In many areas, trekking and climbing are popular leisure activities. By carefully keeping to marked paths and routes, human impact can be kept to a minimum.