LEARN TO TREK THROUGH WILDERNESS, SIGHT WILDLIFE AND EXPLORE HISTORIC MONUMENTS
Students navigate their way through rough territories using maps & compass to reach Ranthambore Fort and learn about its history. They acquire the skill of building rafts, pitching tents and enjoy traversing through a waterbody. They track tigers through pug marks and observe the majestic wildlife of the park.
368 from Delhi and just 4 km
from the town of Sawai Madhopur
Culturally rich heritage sites
Nearest medical support is 3 km from
campsite and 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 winter temperature ranges between 21 Degree Celsius to 9 Degree Celsius. Evenings get quite cold during the winter months.
Students travel from school to camp in comfortable 2X2 Luxury AC buses. The buses drop the students right at the gate of the campsite. In case of train travel, the students are transferred by a 20 seater canter to the campsite which is a quick 12 min drive from the railways station.