LEARN TO USE A COMPASS AND MAP TO NAVIGATE THROUGH THE KIKAR FOREST AND TREK UP THE ARAVALLIS
Students learn to use a compass and find their way to Naldeshwar’s ancient Lord Shiva temple. They get a first-hand feel of the rural life and witness the flora fauna of the forest.
At camp, they get to test their strengths by the ancient Aravali rocks and learn skills to survive in the wilderness.
170 km from Delhi & 16 km from Alwar
to the city deserts of Rajasthan
Dry desert forest covered with Dhok
trees nests thousands of peacocks
Nearest Medical support is 16 km from
campsite, backed by a nurse on campus
The campus has a fully functional kitchen that provides a healthy spread of vegetarian and non-vegetarian food options. Milk is served two times a day and energy drinks made of locally produced fruits are served in between meals. The menu is crafted by a nutritionist and consists of fresh fruits, eggs, pulses, vegetables and desserts. Non veg dishes are cooked and served separately and the chicken used is halal.
The summer temperature ranges between 35 Degree celsius to 18 Degree Celsius. Evenings are pleasant during the summer months and the day and night become quite cold during the winter months.
Students travel from school to Kaladungi in comfortable 2*2 AC buses. From Kaladungi, students travel to camp in cabs. Each cab has 7 to 8 students and is supervised by an instructor. The cabs drop the students right at the gate of the campsite.