Learn to trek on the treacherous terrain and use natural resources to survive in the wilderness
Students experience nature at its best, surrounded by mountains and vast forests. They spot rare birds of the Kilbury bird sanctuary and trek through heights to reach the Naina peak, soaking in the mesmerising views of Panchachauli range and Nanda Devi peak. They also get an opportunity to spot exotic flora and fauna as they indulge in soft adventure activities and learn the skill of surviving in the wilderness.
359 km from Delhi and 12 km away from
Nainital into the foothills of Himalayas
The famous the Bird watcher’s paradise,
Kilbury bird sanctuary.
15 km 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 summer temperature ranges between 15 Degree celsius to 30 Degree Celsius. Evenings get quite cold even in summers and rainfalls are unpredictable during any time of the year.
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.