Wild Woods, Mashobra

Skill of surviving in mountains

LEARN TO SURVIVE IN THE WILD BY TREKKING AND CYCLING ON TREACHEROUS MOUNTAIN TRAILS AND USE NATURAL RESOURCES FOR SURVIVAL

Students experience the vast forests first hand. They trek through the undulating terrain, learn survival skills and cycle through the hills. They spot rare jungle birds & mountain goats and run around an endless line of trees. They breathe fresh air and drink clear water from the gurgling streams.

Travel Away

360 km from Delhi & 16 km from Shimla
into the foothills of the Himalayas

Check Out

Virgin mountain forests and
snow-clad peaks

Medical Support

Nearest medical support is 1.7 km from
camp and is backed by a nurse on campus

Camp In

11 cottages

with attached bathrooms for girls with proper beddings with quilts.

17 luxury tents

with common bathrooms for boys with proper beddings with quilts.

4 Mud houses

with attached bathrooms for teachers.

Buffets

Enjoy mouth-watering buffets at the quaint dining area.

Hot water

is available on campus. The campus has power back up.

Meals 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.

Weather

The summer temperature ranges between 16 Degree Celsius to 26 Degree Celsius. Evenings get quite cold even in summers and rainfalls are unpredictable during any time of the year.

Travel

Students travel from school to Mashobra in comfortable 2X2 luxury AC buses. From Mashobra they hike to the campsite which is about 900 meters away. The luggage is transferred to the campsite by a separate vehicle.

Activites

Mountain Biking

Survival Skills

Rappelling

Zip Line

Trekking

Self Cooking

Rope Course