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  1. camping

    4 Days / 3 Nights

    Under Rs 2,000

    Per person per night

    This 4 days award program is good for both Silver & Bronze level. The IAYP/ DoFE AWARDS Award Programme was initiated in the UK in 1956 as the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award with an aim of motivating young people aged between 14 and 25 years.  The concept was to involve them in voluntary self-development activities like individual challenges, encourage personal discovery and growth, self-reliance, perseverance, responsibility to themselves and service to their community.

    There are 3 levels of the Award – Bronze, Silver & Gold and the basic structure of the Award consists of 4 mandatory sections Service, Adventurous Journey, Skills and Physical Recreation. The Award therefore is challenging, and can be undertaken at your own pace. Participants can choose to undertake all three categories of the Award programme or enter directly at any of the three levels.




    PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

     

    >      tent pitching

    >      12 kms trekking in the dhauladhar Himalayas

    >      learning rope knots

    >      adventures activities –zipline/tyrolean traverse, high rope course, team building games, etc

     

    ITINERARY

    4 Days/ 3 Nights

    DAY 01: DEPARTURE FROM SCHOOL/ ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES

    >      1200 Hrs - Check in at the camp & freshen up

    >      1300 Hrs -  Lunch

    >      Post lunch, Adventure activities like knowledge on equipment, session on rope knots, rappelling, Tyrolean traverse, Zip Line etc Obstacle course:  Commando net, Burma Bridge, Mogli walk.

    >      17:00 pm Tea with cookies

    >      17:30 pm – Orientation on Rucksack packing and issue of rucksacks

    >      19:00 pm - Soup 

    >      Soup with Karaoke music

    >      Dinner & overnight at the base camp

                                                                                       (MEALS: LUNCH, EVE TEA WITH SNACK, SOUP, DINNER)

     

     

    Day 2:  TREK TO CAMP 1 AT HANDI (2300M) 6KMS/ 3HRS

    >      Post   breakfast, departure for trek to Camp I. An easy & delightful trek along with the river Khauli. The camp is set in a lovely meadow in an enchanting forest

    >      Arrive around 12 noon

    >      Rasna/ Lemonade on arrival to be served

    >      Tent pitching activity – Team is divided according to the camps and each team to set up their own tents

    >      Post lunch, Enjoy Team Building games

    >       Adventure Activity -  In the evening, we enjoy activity of learning rope knots

    >      Tea time – a small session on wilderness first aid responder and first aid

    >      Soup time followed wood collection activity for building a campfire

    >        Dinner and overnight in tents (Group Sharing basis)

     

    MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch, eve tea with snack, soup & Dinner

     

    Day 3:  HEIGHT GAIN DAY TO SNOW POINT (8kms/ 4-5hrs) (SNOW FROM FEB – JUNE ONLY)

    >      Post   breakfast, we depart for a day trek towards the snow zone and glaciers. Cross River at various sections and tread on glaciers. Great thrilling experience

    >      Arrive back at the camp for lunch

    >      Post lunch, Enjoy Team Building games

    >      Tea time followed wood collection activity for building a campfire

    >      Soup with dinner and overnight in tents (Group Sharing basis)

     

    MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch, eve tea with snack, soup & Dinner

     

     

     

    Day 4:  WALK BACK TO BASE CAMP / DEPARTURE           

    >      Post breakfast, trek back to Base Camp

    >      Arrive base camp and time free for washing bathing

    >      Post lunch at the base camp, departure

     (MEALS: BREAKFAST, LUNCH)

     

     END OF THE TRIP

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  3. River Crossing

    3 Days / 2 Nights

    Under Rs 2,000

    Per person per night

    This 3 days award program is good for both Bronze & Silver level. There are 3 levels of the Award – Bronze, Silver & Gold and the basic structure of the Award consists of 4 mandatory sections Service, Adventurous Journey, Skills and Physical Recreation. The Award therefore is challenging, and can be undertaken at your own pace. Participants can choose to undertake all three categories of the Award programme or enter directly at any of the three levels.

    The IAYP/ DoFE AWARDS Award Programme was initiated in the UK in 1956 as the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award with an aim of motivating young people aged between 14 and 25 years.  The concept was to involve them in voluntary self-development activities like individual challenges, encourage personal discovery and growth, self-reliance, perseverance, responsibility to themselves and service to their community.

    PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

     

    >      tent pitching

    >      trekking in the dhauladhar Himalayas

    >      learning rope knots

    >      adventures activities –zipline/tyrolean traverse, high rope course, team building games, etc

     

    ITINERARY

    3 Days/ 2 Nights

    DAY 01: DEPARTURE FROM SCHOOL/ ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES

    >      1200 Hrs - Check in at the camp & freshen up

    >      1300 Hrs -  Lunch

    >      Post lunch, Adventure activities like knowledge on equipment, session on rope knots, rappelling, Tyrolean traverse, Zip Line etc Obstacle course:  Commando net, Burma Bridge, Mogli walk.

    >      17:30 pm Tea with cookies

    >      19:00 pm - Soup  with Karaoke music

    >       Dinner & overnight at the base camp

                                                                                                                                                                        (MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Tea with Snack, Soup & Dinner) 

     

    Day 2               FULL DAY TREK IN THE DHAULADHAR HIMALAYA

    Today we leave for a full day trek for an amazing experience of the mighty Dhauladhar Himalaya covering forests, meadows, streams, brooks, villages and grand snow views with packed lunch.

     

    (MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch, Tea with Snack, Soup & Dinner)

     

    Day 3               ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES/ DEPARTURE

    (MEALS: Breakfast)

     

    END OF THE TRIP

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  5. Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

    4 Days / 3 Nights

    Under Rs 2,000

    Per person per night

    The  IAYP/ DoFE AWARDS Award Programme was initiated in the UK in 1956 as the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award with an aim of motivating young people aged between 14 and 25 years.  The concept was to involve them in voluntary self-development activities like individual challenges, encourage personal discovery and growth, self-reliance, perseverance, responsibility to themselves and service to their community.


    There are 3 levels of the Award – Bronze, Silver & Gold and the basic structure of the Award consists of 4 mandatory sections Service, Adventurous Journey, Skills and Physical Recreation. The Award therefore is challenging, and can be undertaken at your own pace. Participants can choose to undertake all three categories of the Award programme or enter directly at any of the three levels. The age group is as follows;



    1. Bronze Award (for those over 14 years+) / the minimum period of participation are 6 months
    2. Silver Award (for those over 15 years+) / the minimum period of participation are 12 months
    3. Gold Award (for those over 16 years+) / the minimum period of participation are 18 months. At Gold level, participants undertake a Residential Project in addition.



    Bronze Level Time Zones:

    > Volunteering section: 3 months
    > Physical section: 3 months
    > Skills section: 3 months
    > Expedition/ Adventure Journey section: 2 days/1 night
    > You also have to do 3 more months in one of the Volunteering, Physical or Skills sections.



    Silver Level Time Zones:

    > Volunteering section: 6 months
    > Physical and Skills sections: One section for 6 months and the other section for 3 months
    > Expedition / Adventure Journey section: 3 days/2 nights
    > If you didn’t do Bronze, you must undertake a further 6 months in either the Volunteering or the longer of the Physical or Skills sections.


    Gold Level Time Zones:

    > Volunteering section: 12 months
    > Physical and Skills sections: One section for 12 months and the other section for 6 months
    > Expedition / Adventure Journey section: 4 days/3 nights
    > Residential section: Undertake a shared activity in a residential setting away from home for 5 days and 4 nights.
    > If you didn’t do Silver, you must undertake a further 6 months in either the Volunteering or the longer of the Physical or Skills sections.

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  7. 6 days cas

    6 Days / 5 Nights

    Under Rs 2,000

    Per person per night

    This 6 days CAS Trip aims to encourage students to be well-informed, inquisitive, kind and empathetic, and to increase inter cultural understanding, open-mindedness and the attitudes essential to evaluate a range of viewpoints. Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) is the core of the DP. CAS is designed to reinforce and extend students’ personal and interpersonal knowledge. CAS is organized around the three strands of creativity, activity and service.


    CAS PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

     

    a)      creating handicrafts from waste pine needles

    b)      river clean up

    c)      tent pitching

    d)      camp cooking

    e)      activities at “bal wadi” – local school (kindergarten)/ cook & serve a meal to the kids / donate books, stationary, sports goods / story recitation / music & songs

    f)       20 kms trekking in the dhauladhar himalayas

    g)      adventures activities –river crossing, learning rope knots, team building games,

    h)      high rope course activities, zip line, burmah bridge, commando net climb etc

    ITINERARY

    6 Days / 5 Nights

     

     

    DAY 01: ARRIVE PATHANKOT & TRANSFER TO SNOW MONK BASE CAMP (SALLI VILLAGE)

    a)      Arrive Pathankot early morning and transfer to base camp

    b)      Breakfast at the base camp

    c)      Arrive camp and check into the tents

    d)      Welcome and a short orientation walk around the camp site

    e)      Lunch at the camp

    f)       2:00 p.m. – Community Service & Creativity Activity of making handicrafts with waste Pine Needles. We first go to collect pine needles in groups. The needles will then be boiled and processed. Demonstration of making the handicrafts by the trainer. The divided groups will help the cluster of villagers in making the semi finished handicrafts. We encourage all students to help in creating and then also buying one handicraft from the villagers so as to help them in their economy and endeavour.

     

    COMMUNITY SERVICE & CREATIVITY

    (A Holiday Moods Adventures Initiative empowering local livelihood)

    WASTE TO TREASURE WITH PINE NEEDLES - Each year in the lower ranges of the Himalayas, pine trees shed their needles, which are hazardous triggering forest fires. As a great innovative idea, these waste needles are being used to make a lot of handicrafts items. Pine needle handicraft weaving is a centuries old craft. It is inexpensive, uses natural materials, and can be utilized to make unique-looking baskets. It also helps in social economic benefits to the local communities elevating poverty.

    In our workshops, we will demonstrate the entire process of collecting & processing the needles and then the children will also be engaged in finishing semi finished products made by the local villagers and then buying the same from them helping in their livelihood. Few items that are regularly made by the communities are:-

     

     

    a)      floor mats

    b)      serving trays

    c)      flower pots

    d)      baskets for many uses

    e)      glass holders and many more itmes….

    f)       4:30 p.m. -  The group participates in various adventure activities like Zip line, Commando net climb, Burmah Bridge, Parallel ropes, rappelling etc as time permits.

    g)      7:30 p.m. - Soup Time with Karaoke  songs

    h)      Dinner & overnight at the base camp

    MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch, eve tea with snack, soup & Dinner

     

    DAY 02:  SPONSOR A MEAL AT BAAL WADI & VILLAGE CLEAN UP

    a)      8:00 a.m. – Breakfast

    b)      SPONSOR A MEAL We help in cooking a meal for the children at “Baal Wadi”. The group is divided and one batch goes for engaging with the children for activities and one batch helps in cooking Poori Aloo with Halwa.

    c)      Visit to “Baal Wadi” –Engage in the school activities.

    1)      Serve a meal to the Children.

    2)      Musical & songs interaction with the children

    3)      Donate Books, Stationary & Sports goods

    4)      Story recitation   

    d)      1:30 p.m. – Lunch at the base camp

    e)      03:30 pm: Village clean up Activity

    f)       We prepare our rucksacks for the trek.  

    g)      Soup time with Kraoke Music, dance followed by dinner and campfire

    h)      Overnight in tents (Group Sharing basis)

    i)        Overnight at the Camp

                                                                                                      (MEALS: BREAKFAST, LUNCH, EVENING TEA WITH SOUP & DINNER)

     

     

     

    Day 3:  TREK TO CAMP 1 AT HANDI (2300M) 6KMS/ 3HRS

    a)      Post   breakfast, departure for trek to Camp I. An easy & delightful trek along with the river Khauli. The camp is set in a lovely meadow in an enchanting forest

    b)      Arrive around 12 noon

    c)      Rasna/ Lemonade on arrival to be served

    d)      Tent pitching activity – Team is divided according to the camps and each team to set up their own tents

    e)     Post lunch, Enjoy Team Building games

    f)       Adventure Activity -  In the evening, we enjoy activity of learning rope knots

    g)      Tea time – a small session on wilderness first aid responder and first aid

    h)      Soup time followed wood collection activity for building a campfire

    i)        Dinner and overnight in tents (Group Sharing basis)

     

    MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch, eve tea with snack, soup & Dinner

     

    Day 4:  HEIGHT GAIN DAY TO SNOW POINT (8kms/ 4-5hrs) (FROM FEB – JUNE ONLY)

    a)      Post   breakfast, we depart for a day trek towards the snow zone and glaciers. Cross river at various sections and tread on glaciers. Great thrilling experience

    b)      Arrive back at the camp for lunch

    c)      Post lunch, Enjoy Team Building games

    d)      Tea time followed wood collection activity for building a campfire

    e)      Camp Cooking activity – groups will be divided and students help in will making salad, vegetables, roti’s etc for dinner

    f)       Soup with dinner and overnight in tents (Group Sharing basis)

     

    MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch, eve tea with snack, soup & Dinner

     

    Day 5:  TREK DOWN TO BASE CAMP / BOARD ONWARD TRAIN

    a)      Post breakfast, departure for trek back to the Base Camp

    b)      Arrive base camp around 12noon.

    c)      Lunch

    d)      Transfer to Pathankot Railway Station                                                                        

    e)      Dinner in Pathankot

    f)       Overnight in train to onwards destination

     (MEALS: BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER)

     

    Day 6:  VISIT McLEODGANJ / TRANSFER TO PATHANKOT RAILWAY STATION

     

    a)      Post breakfast, drive to Dharamshala

    b)      Norbulingka Institute is dedicated to handing down tradition and restoring standards by providing training, education and employment for Tibetans. It supports an environment in which Tibetan community and family values can flourish. It reconciles the traditional creatively and respectfully with the modern, and seeks to create an international awareness of Tibetan values and their expression in art and literature. The institute houses gardens, museum, temple, arts & crafts, sculptures & galleries.

    c)      Visit the famous Cricket stadium from outside

    d)      Explore Mcleodganj walking around. Visit Dalai Lama temple, Bhagsu Nag & shopping

    e)      Mcleodganj has many renowned café’s. Explore some good ones.  Lunch on your own

    f)       In the evening, transfer to the Pathankot railway station for connecting train to onward destination

    Farwell Dinner in Pathankot

    END OF THE “CAS” TRIP

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  9. community service

    5 Days / 4 Nights

    Under Rs 2,000

    Per person per night

    This 5 days CAS Trip Creativity, Activity, Service is the core of the DP. CAS is designed to reinforce and extend students’ personal and interpersonal knowledge. CAS is organized around the three strands of creativity, activity and service aims to encourage students to be well-informed, inquisitive, kind and empathetic, and to increase inter cultural understanding, open-mindedness and the attitudes essential to evaluate a range of viewpoints.
     

    CAS PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

     

    >      creating handicrafts from waste pine needles

    >      river clean up

    >      tent pitching

    >      camp cooking

    >      activities at “bal wadi” – local school (kindergarten)/ cook & serve a meal to the kids / donate books, stationary, sports goods / story recitation / music & songs

    >       20 kms trekking in the dhauladhar himalayas

    >      adventures activities –river crossing, learning rope knots, team building games,

    >      high rope course activities, zip line, burmah bridge, commando net climb etc

    ITINERARY

    4 Days / 3 Nights

     

     

    DAY 01: ARRIVE PATHANKOT / AIRPORT & TRANSFER TO SNOW MONK BASE CAMP (SALLI VILLAGE)

    >      Arrive Pathankot / airport early morning and transfer to base camp

    >      Breakfast at the base camp

    >      Arrive camp and check into the tents

    >      Welcome and a short orientation walk around the camp site

    >      Lunch at the camp

    >       2:00 p.m.Community Service & Creativity Activity of making handicrafts with waste Pine Needles. We first go to collect pine needles in groups. The needles will then be boiled and processed. Demonstration of making the handicrafts by the trainer. The divided groups will help the cluster of villagers in making the semi finished handicrafts. We encourage all students to help in creating and then also buying one handicraft from the villagers so as to help them in their economy and endeavour.

    COMMUNITY SERVICE & CREATIVITY

    (A Holiday Moods Adventures Initiative empowering local livelihood)

    WASTE TO TREASURE WITH PINE NEEDLES - Each year in the lower ranges of the Himalayas, pine trees shed their needles, which are hazardous triggering forest fires. As a great innovative idea, these waste needles are being used to make a lot of handicrafts items. Pine needle handicraft weaving is a centuries old craft. It is inexpensive, uses natural materials, and can be utilized to make unique-looking baskets. It also helps in social economic benefits to the local communities elevating poverty.

    In our workshops, we will demonstrate the entire process of collecting & processing the needles and then the children will also be engaged in finishing semi finished products made by the local villagers and then buying the same from them helping in their livelihood. Few items that are regularly made by the communities are:-

    >      floor mats

    >      serving trays

    >      flower pots

    >      baskets for many uses

    >      glass holders and many more itmes…..

    >       4:30 p.m. -  The group participates in various adventure activities like Zip line, Commando net climb, Burmah Bridge, Parallel ropes, rappelling etc as time permits.

    >      7:30 p.m. - Soup Time with Karaoke  songs

    >      Dinner & overnight at the base camp

    MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch, eve tea with snack, soup & Dinner

     

    DAY 02:  SPONSOR A MEAL AT BAAL WADI & VILLAGE CLEAN UP

    >      8:00 a.m. – Breakfast

    >      SPONSOR A MEAL We help in cooking a meal for the children at “Baal Wadi”. The group is divided and one batch goes for engaging with the children for activities and one batch helps in cooking Poori Aloo with Halwa.

    >      Visit to “Baal Wadi” –Engage in the school activities.

    >      Serve a meal to the Children.

    >      Musical & songs interaction with the children

    >      Donate Books, Stationary & Sports goods

    >      Story recitation   

    >      1:30 p.m. – Lunch at the base camp

    >      03:30 pm: Village clean up Activity

    >       We prepare our rucksacks for the trek.  

    >      Soup time with Kraoke Music, dance followed by dinner and campfire

    >      Overnight in tents (Group Sharing basis)

    >       Overnight at the Camp

                                                                                                      (MEALS: BREAKFAST, LUNCH, EVENING TEA WITH SOUP & DINNER)

     

     

     

    Day 3:  TREK TO CAMP 1 AT HANDI (2300M) 6KMS/ 3HRS

    >      Post   breakfast, departure for trek to Camp I. An easy & delightful trek along with the river Khauli. The camp is set in a lovely meadow in an enchanting forest

    >      Arrive around 12 noon

    >      Rasna/ Lemonade on arrival to be served

    >      Tent pitching activity – Team is divided according to the camps and each team to set up their own tents

    >     Post lunch, Enjoy Team Building games

          Adventure Activity -  In the evening, we enjoy activity of learning rope knots

    >      Tea time – a small session on wilderness first aid responder and first aid

    >      Soup time followed wood collection activity for building a campfire

    >        Dinner and overnight in tents (Group Sharing basis)

     

    MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch, eve tea with snack, soup & Dinner

     

    Day 4:  HEIGHT GAIN DAY TO SNOW POINT (8kms/ 4-5hrs) (FROM FEB – JUNE ONLY)

    >      Post   breakfast, we depart for a day trek towards the snow zone and glaciers. Cross river at various sections and tread on glaciers. Great thrilling experience

    >      Arrive back at the camp for lunch

    >      Post lunch, Enjoy Team Building games

    >      Tea time followed wood collection activity for building a campfire

    >      Camp Cooking activity – groups will be divided and students help in will making salad, vegetables, roti’s etc for dinner

    >       Soup with dinner and overnight in tents (Group Sharing basis)

     

    MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch, eve tea with snack, soup & Dinner

     

    Day 5:  TREK DOWN TO BASE CAMP / BOARD ONWARD TRAIN

    >      Post breakfast, departure for trek back to the Base Camp

    >      Arrive base camp around 12noon.

    >      Lunch

    >      Transfer to Pathankot Railway Station                                                                        

    >      Dinner in Pathankot

    >       Overnight in train to onwards destination

     (MEALS: BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER)

     

    END OF THE “CAS” TRIP

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  11. CAS Activity

    4 Days / 3 Nights

    Under Rs 2,000

    Per person per night

    This 4 days CAS Trip is the core of the DP. CAS is designed to reinforce and extend students’ personal and interpersonal knowledge. CAS is organized around the three strands of creativity, activity and service aims to encourage students to be well-informed, inquisitive, kind and empathetic, and to increase inter cultural understanding, open-mindedness and the attitudes essential to evaluate a range of viewpoints.




    CAS PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

     

    >      creating handicrafts from waste pine needles

    >      river clean up

    >      tent pitching

    >      camp cooking

    >      activities at “bal wadi” – local school (kindergarten)/ cook & serve a meal to the kids / donate books, stationary, sports goods / story recitation / music & songs

    >       20 kms trekking in the dhauladhar himalayas

    >      adventures activities –river crossing, learning rope knots, team building games,

    >      high rope course activities, zip line, burmah bridge, commando net climb etc

    ITINERARY

    4 Days / 3 Nights

     

     

    DAY 01: ARRIVE PATHANKOT / AIRPORT & TRANSFER TO SNOW MONK BASE CAMP (SALLI VILLAGE)

    >      Arrive Pathankot / airport early morning and transfer to base camp

    >      Breakfast at the base camp

    >      Arrive camp and check into the tents

    >      Welcome and a short orientation walk around the camp site

    >      Lunch at the camp

    >       2:00 p.m.Community Service & Creativity Activity of making handicrafts with waste Pine Needles. We first go to collect pine needles in groups. The needles will then be boiled and processed. Demonstration of making the handicrafts by the trainer. The divided groups will help the cluster of villagers in making the semi finished handicrafts. We encourage all students to help in creating and then also buying one handicraft from the villagers so as to help them in their economy and endeavour.

    COMMUNITY SERVICE & CREATIVITY

    (A Holiday Moods Adventures Initiative empowering local livelihood)

    WASTE TO TREASURE WITH PINE NEEDLES - Each year in the lower ranges of the Himalayas, pine trees shed their needles, which are hazardous triggering forest fires. As a great innovative idea, these waste needles are being used to make a lot of handicrafts items. Pine needle handicraft weaving is a centuries old craft. It is inexpensive, uses natural materials, and can be utilized to make unique-looking baskets. It also helps in social economic benefits to the local communities elevating poverty.

    In our workshops, we will demonstrate the entire process of collecting & processing the needles and then the children will also be engaged in finishing semi finished products made by the local villagers and then buying the same from them helping in their livelihood. Few items that are regularly made by the communities are:-

    >      floor mats

    >      serving trays

    >      flower pots

    >      baskets for many uses

    >      glass holders and many more itmes…..

    >       4:30 p.m. -  The group participates in various adventure activities like Zip line, Commando net climb, Burmah Bridge, Parallel ropes, rappelling etc as time permits.

    >      7:30 p.m. - Soup Time with Karaoke  songs

    >      Dinner & overnight at the base camp

    MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch, eve tea with snack, soup & Dinner

     

    DAY 02:  SPONSOR A MEAL AT BAAL WADI & VILLAGE CLEAN UP

    >      8:00 a.m. – Breakfast

    >      SPONSOR A MEAL We help in cooking a meal for the children at “Baal Wadi”. The group is divided and one batch goes for engaging with the children for activities and one batch helps in cooking Poori Aloo with Halwa.

    >      Visit to “Baal Wadi” –Engage in the school activities.

    >      Serve a meal to the Children.

    >      Musical & songs interaction with the children

    >      Donate Books, Stationary & Sports goods

    >      Story recitation   

    >      1:30 p.m. – Lunch at the base camp

    >      03:30 pm: Village clean up Activity

    >      We prepare our rucksacks for the trek.  

    >      Soup time with Kraoke Music, dance followed by dinner and campfire

    >      Overnight in tents (Group Sharing basis)

    >        Overnight at the Camp

                                                                                                      (MEALS: BREAKFAST, LUNCH, EVENING TEA WITH SOUP & DINNER)

     

     

     

    Day 3:  TREK TO CAMP 1 AT HANDI (2300M) 6KMS/ 3HRS

    >      Post   breakfast, departure for trek to Camp I. An easy & delightful trek along with the river Khauli. The camp is set in a lovely meadow in an enchanting forest

    >      Arrive around 12 noon

    >      Rasna/ Lemonade on arrival to be served

    >      Tent pitching activity – Team is divided according to the camps and each team to set up their own tents

    >     Post lunch, Enjoy Team Building games

          Adventure Activity -  In the evening, we enjoy activity of learning rope knots

    >      Tea time – a small session on wilderness first aid responder and first aid

    >      Soup time followed wood collection activity for building a campfire

    >        Dinner and overnight in tents (Group Sharing basis)

     

    MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch, eve tea with snack, soup & Dinner

     

    Day 4:  TREK DOWN TO BASE CAMP / BOARD ONWARD TRAIN

    >      Post breakfast, departure for trek back to the Base Camp

    >      Arrive base camp around 12noon.

    >      Lunch

    >      Transfer to Pathankot Railway Station                                                                        

    >      Dinner in Pathankot

    >       Overnight in train to onwards destination

     (MEALS: BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER)

     

    END OF THE “CAS” TRIP

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  13. CAS Trips

    4 Days / 3 Nights

    Under Rs 2,000

    Per person per night

    The IB Diploma Programme (DP) is designed to get the students ready aged 16 to 19 for success at university and life beyond. The DP aims to encourage students to be well-informed, inquisitive, kind and empathetic, and to increase inter cultural understanding, open-mindedness and the attitudes essential to evaluate a range of viewpoints.


    Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) is the core of the DP. CAS is designed to reinforce and extend students’ personal and interpersonal knowledge. CAS is organized around the three strands of creativity, activity and service defined as follows.

    > Creativity — support discovery, exploration and extend thoughts leading to an original product or performance.
    > Activity — encourage physical hard work, contributing to a healthy lifestyle.
    > Service — encourages collaborative and mutual commitments with the communities for authentic needs.


    Our programs / trips at the Snow Monk Camp help the students with the completion of CAS learning. Through our CAS trips, students accomplish demonstrating achievement of each learning outcome. Please refer to our Service & Activities section for details on the opportunities that we provide

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