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Indoor and Outdoor
Activities & Sessions
Age Group
13 - 19
Date
02 - 05 May 2024

DISCOVERY
CAMP

Create Relationships

Meet and build relationships with each other

Be a safe space

Create a space to be themselves and ask questions freely

Learn to Navigate the Real World

Facilitate to ‘Navigate real-world issues

Registration fees is inclusive of food, accommodation, facilities, indoor and outdoor activities, and sessions.

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Our 
Activities

Trekking

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Bonfire

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Outdoor Activities

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Art Therapy

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Sessions

Early bird registration:
Rs. 3,500/-

till 29th Feb 2024

Late registration:
Rs. 4,000/-

From 01st Mar to 15th Apr 2024.

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Theme, Activities & Team

 ‘Navigating Real World Issues’, emphasising helping young people find their individual strengths and talents. The camp will include activities to process identity through dialogue and interactive teamwork, building interpersonal skills, art therapy, treks, games, rock wall climbing, lower rope, zip line challenges and a campfire. Every activity will be a platform for young people to navigate their experiences with real-world issues.

 

Professional facilitators from Breakthrough, a well-known company in behavioural and outbound training, coordinating with the team from Miila Consulting and Membercare, will be facilitating all outdoor activities with the highest levels of safety led by trained personnel. 

https://breakthrough-india.com and https://www.miilaconsulting.com

FAQs

What is the dress code?

 
 

The dress code for the program is anything that does not hinder participants from doing adventure-based activities. Casuals –Trousers/Shorts /Tracksuit. Avoid skirts.

 

Close-toed sports shoes are required for most activities—no heeled shoes or slippers.

The big no-no!
 

Smoking, drugs and consumption of alcoholic beverages during the programme is strictly prohibited. In case any person is found breaking this rule, they will be sent home immediately!

Any other precautions to be kept in mind?
 
 
 
 

For Safety reasons, participants are not allowed to jump/climb on any of the activities around the campus on their own.


If there are any special individual needs for personal use such as medications, etc please bring it with you.

What do I carry?

Tops: Comfortable teeshirts that allow you to move easily. No cropped tops. Preferably sports teeshirts

Pants: Track pants / Comfortable sports pants are compulsory for all outdoor activities. Shorts only for sleeping or down times. 

Rain Gear: Umbrellas/raincoats

Warm Wear: Light hoodie / light warm layer

Footwear: Close-toed sports shoes are compulsory for all outdoor activities. No slippers or heels

Socks: 4-5 pairs

Cap

Underwear: Sufficient amounts

Personal Toiletries: include hand sanitizer, sunscreen & mosquito repellent

Water bottles: 750ltr - 1ltr

Personal Medication

Revealing and clothing with offensive language is unacceptable.

Persons wearing this will be asked to change or cover-up.

The big no-no!

Smoking, drugs and consumption of alcoholic beverages during the programme is strictly prohibited. In case any person is found breaking this rule, they will be sent home immediately!

Any other precautions to be kept in mind?

For safety reasons, participants are not allowed to jump/climb on any of the activities around the campus on their own.

Please bring all personal medicine with you. In case of allergies or the use of any personal medicine or prior medical conditions, please inform us earlier!

How do we reach the camp site?

Parents can drop off their kids at the campsite on 02nd May, after lunch.

Please note: The Discovery Camp is exclusively for children. Parents and chaperones are not allowed to stay at the campsite, nor can they be part of the camp. Thank you for your co-operation.

Long-Term Vision

Our vision for the next ten years of camps:
1. Valuing our young people and ensuring that they feel heard
2. Helping them find their individual and unique skill sets
3. Helping them learn to navigate the wider world
4. Building a network of caregivers

We also welcome sponsors:

If you would like to sponsor parts of the camp activities, please contact us for details. Thank you!

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