Dandeli Forest Summer Adventure Camp Age 08 to 18

Dandeli Forest Summer Adventure Camp Age 08 to 18

 

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About The Event

This summer join us on camping trip to the deep forests of Dandeli in North Karnataka. The land of elephants, crocodiles, bisons, black panther, deer, gushing - crystal clear waters of Kali river and ancient Cavala caves. Abundant nature makes Dandeli a perfect destination for camping.

Age group : 8 to 18.

Venue : Dandeli Forest, Karnataka.

Cost : Rs.9800/- per head.

Price includes Pune-Belgaum-Pune travel by AC Volvo. Belgaum-Dandeli-Belgaum non-ac transportation in private vehicle. Forest Entry Fees and Guide Charges. All sight seeing and activities as mentioned below. Accommodation in Bison River Resort (Dandeli's best)on triple/quad sharing, facilitation and expertise.

Limited seats. Call or text 9923770077 for bookings.

Activities included :

1) White Water Rafting - Kali river
2) Kayaking
3) Coracle ride
4) Waterfall Jacuzzi
5) Jungle Safari 
6) Visit to Cavala caves
7) Bird Watching
8) Night Trail in Forest
9) River Zorbing
10) River crossing
11) Group games. Leadership and Teamwork skills. Group discussions. Personality development. Acting workshop.
12) Tribal village visit and interaction.

Itinerary :

Day 1 (Sunday, 4th May 2014)

Assemble at Swargate, Pune at 08:30PM to board Volvo.

Day 2 (Monday, 5th May 2014)

Arrive at Belgaum at 02:30 AM. Board our pick up vehicle and proceed for Dandeli.

Arrive at Bison River Resort at 4:30 AM. Check in and sleep.

07.00 AM - Wake up. Get ready. Break fast.

09.30 AM - Camp and Campsite Orientation. Introductions. 

10.30 AM - White Water Rafting in River Kali.

12.30 PM - Lunch.

01.30 PM - Rest.

02.30 PM - Acting Workshop.

04.00 PM - Tea. Snack break.

04.30 PM - Body surfing. River Zorbing.

06.30 PM - Group games.

07.30 PM - Dinner.

08.30 PM - Bonfire. Talent show.

10.00 PM - Good Night.

Day 3 (Tuesday, 6th May 2014)

04.30 AM - Wake Up.

05.00 AM - Jungle Safari in Dandeli - Anshi Tiger Reserve - Spot Elephants, Bison, Various birds, deer and black panther too if lucky. Cavala Caves Exploration. 

09.30 AM - Breakfast

10.30 AM - Visit Tribal Village and interact with the tribal people.

12.30 PM - Lunch.

01.30 PM - Rest.

03.00 PM - Leadership and Team building activities.

04.00 PM - Tea. Snack break.

04.30 PM - Kayaking.

06.30 PM - Group games.

07.30 PM - Dinner.

08.30 PM - Night trek in the forest.

10.00 PM - Good night.

Day 4 (Wednesday, 7th May 2014)

06.00 AM - Wake Up.

07.00 AM - Soul nurture walk.

08.30 AM - Breakfast.

09.30 AM - Coracle ride. Natural Waterfall Jacuzzi.

12.30 PM - Lunch.

01.30 PM - Rest.

02.30 PM - Reflections and Expression about the camp. Certificates. Appreciation.

04.00 PM - Tea. Snack break

04.30 PM - Time for pack up.

06.00 PM - Movie screening.

08.00 PM - Dinner.

10.00 PM - Board private vehicle and proceed for Belgaum.

Day 5 - (Thursday, 8th May 2014)

12.00 AM - Arrive at Belgaum and board Volvo for Pune.

06.00 AM - Arrive at Swargate in Pune.

Activities can shuffle according to the situation and time.

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More about Dandeli -
Dandeli which is a picturesque township
set amidst the backdrop of the Western Ghats Forest in the South Indian State of
Karnataka.
Dandeli is the ideal vacation resort for those who are in love with nature. Being a heady mix of nature, adventure and wildlife, this city in Uttar Kannada district of South India is growing in stature as the leading tourist destination.

We believe in having fun with an absolute natural way full of nature, ghats, valleys, water
falls, thick evergreen forests etc. Wild River Adventures the one and only firm giving you joy and
fun with real thrill, and for all this we require is your dare and a true faith and
confidence on us and We are the Main Operator of Kali Rafting and Adventure Water Sports. We assure you 100 % adventure activities with our professional team
of Naturalists. We are totally into adventure activities as well as we are also the
authorized agents for the resorts booking in Dandeli and also outskirts of dandeli
covering the part of Karnataka
It seems to be very nice when one thinks of spending an holiday away from the
daily crowd, one wants to have real fun watching wildlife and also doing the adventure
activities. So we are here to give you real thrilling fun.
We welcome all the adventurous nature lovers to Dandeli.

WHITE WATER RAFTING IN KALI RIVER- EXCITEMENT UNLIMITED

Those who enjoy adventure sports and the rush of adrenalin, Dandeli is the place to be. Water sports have always been the key attraction of this place. Kali River rafting, white water rafting in Kali river, kayaking and canoeing – such an elaborate arrangement will definitely fuel the passion of adventure sports in you. For the sheer excitement of rafting in the river Kali you will surely come to Dandeli again and again.

If that’s not enough for you, overnight rafting or canoeing trips are available. Treks, cycling and mountain biking are some other adventure sports you just can’t miss.
If you want a more gentle way to appreciate the environment then the Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary also offers nature walks, bird watching, boating and fishing, and crocodile spotting trips.
here are many varied walking trails which give plenty of opportunities for photography, and an evening paddling down the Kali river in a coracle or canoe is both relaxing and exciting, as you spot a rare mammal or reptile - even a croc!

Dandeli Wild Life Sanctury

Experience all the sights and sounds of the lush forests of Dandeli with a wildlife safari. Travel by jeep with experienced guides who will take you on the adventure of a lifetime, and delve deep into the natural habitat of wild animals, exotic birds and unusual reptiles.
Travel through beautiful wooded trails and appreciate the rich diversity of plant and animal life as the colours, scents and textures of this extraordinary landscape unfold before you.


Dandeli is a natural habitat for wildlife including tigers, leopards, black panthers, elephants, gaur, deer, antelopes, and bears. It is the second largest wildlife sanctuary in Karnataka and has been designated as a Tiger reserve in 2007. The jungle is also home to many kinds of reptiles and around 297 varieties of birds. The rapid expansion of industry has raised fears of ecological damage and local voluntary groups have formed to address the issue.

The undulating streams, swaying bamboos, abundance of wildlife, sylvan surroundings and trekking tracts make Dandeli sanctuary a unique holiday destination. River kali and its tributaries, Kaneri and Nagajhari, meander through the forest.Sighting animals is difficult and always involves an element of luck. The sanctuary is home to the barking, spotted and mouse deer, sloth bear, panther, tiger, gaur, elephant, wild dog, civet cat, bison, jackal, langur and giant flying squirrel, besides a variety of colourful birds and reptiles. The reptilian and amphibian fauna of the region include a variety of ruffles and frogs. Black Panther is one of the rarest animals in the wild, which is the most common form melanistic leopards which are selectively bred for captivity in zoos, due to its selective breeding; the number of black panthers found in the world is limited. Official records say that there are few of them existing in Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary.

Local Flora and Fauna and why Dandeli is a bird spotter’s paradise

The forest here is awash with colour, a mix of deciduous and evergreen trees including bamboo and teak plantations. The many fruit bearing trees provide food for the 196 species of birds in the area, and many of the plants are revered for their healing and medicinal properties. For example, the leaves of the Kydia Clycina are used to relieve muscular aches and pains.
Some of the birds which inhabit the area are the Great Pied Hornbill, Blue-Throated Barbet, Peregrine falcon and the curious-looking Malabar Pied Hornbill. This bird is quite large and has a yellow beak with a hard, helmet-like bump on top, called a ‘casque’.