If you live in the city of Delhi NCR and are looking for a place to spend your weekend getaways from Delhi within 50 km with fresh air and natural beauty, look no further than Camp Wild Dhauj set in the beautiful backdrop of the Aravali Hills. The camp offers a great weekend package for you full of many adventure activities on offer.
Whether you come for a day or two, it will call you back again and again, this being the recall memory and power of the experience that you will take back home from the camp. You may live in any corner of the Delhi NCR region such as Gurgaon, Manesar, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Noida, or even Sohna. Camp Wild Dhauj is the perfect option for a weekend getaway from Delhi NCR within 100 km of range... The camp is surrounded by the Aravalli hills offering some amazing treks with breathtaking views from the top.
Most people look for a perfect place in winters where they can rest and enjoy some serene views and nature. The best season to visit the camp is the winter season, though spring and monsoons are also equally charming and comfortable. One such destination which is so near to your home most suited for the weekend getaways from Delhi in winters is Camp Wild Dhauj in the Aravali Valley, situated just off the Gurgaon - Faridabad state highway.
The most breathtaking season here is from November to February. Camp Wild Dhauj is a perfect place for families, friends, couples, and also corporate offsites for picnics in the winter months. If you are fond of adventure activities and are looking for an adventure camp near Delhi NCR, there is no better place than Camp Wild Dhauj at Aravali valley. Lastly, what can not be missed is experiencing the bonfire at Camp Wild Dhauj. The warmth of the bonfire in chilly evenings along with BBQ and drinks with songs on your lips, can not be described but only experienced at Camp Wild Dhauj. The camp is owned and operated by the famous adventure travel company Holiday Moods Adventures, which is an ISO 9001:2015 certified experiential adventure travel company top rated by National Geographic Adventure and is a fully licensed multiple award-winning company since 1997.
The Aravali Range, an eroded stub of ancient mountains, is the oldest range of Fold Mountains in India. The natural history of the Aravali Range dates back to a pre-Indian subcontinental collision with the mainland Eurasian Plate. It is part of the Indian Shield that was formed from a series of cratonic collisions. In ancient times, Aravali were extremely high but have worn down almost completely by millions of years of weathering. The Aravali Range joins two of the ancient earth's crust segments that make up the greater Indian Craton, the Aravalli Craton and the Bundelkhand Craton generally found in the interiors of tectonic plates.
Haryana Aravali ranges, in the west contains basement rocks that are quartzite with chiastolite, the upper layers of quartz porphyry ring dyke, felsites, welded tuff and muscovite biotite granite rocks have commercially nonviable tin, tungsten and copper.
> The Aravali Range has been site of three broad stages of human history,
> early stone age saw the use of flint stones
> mid-stone age saw the domestication of cattle for agriculture
Post stone age saw the development of the Kalibangan civilization, 4,000 years old Ahar civilization and 2,800 years old Ganeshwar civilization, Aarayan civilization and Vedic era civilizations.
Mining - Mining of copper and other metals in the Aravali range dates back to at least 5th century BC Flora - The Aravali Range has several forests with a diversity of environment.
Fauna - The Aravali Range is rich in wildlife. The first 2017 wildlife survey of 200 square meter area across five districts (Gurgaon, Faridabad, Mewat, Rewari and Mahendergarh) of Haryana found 14 species, including leopards, striped hyena, golden jackal, nilgai, palm civet, wild pig, rhesus macaque, peafowl and Indian crested porcupine
Accommodation at The Camp
The setup includes 13 Unique Lodges and 12 Deluxe Tents, the camp resort is spread over 12 acres of land. Most of the adventures are available here. Host of activities such as Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Flying fox, Sky Cycling, Zorbing, Cycling, Obstacle course, Private forest, lots of team building games, etc. The camp has featured magazines such as “Time Out” & TV channels such as CNN IBN, CNBC, and NDTV Metro, etc.
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Weekend Getaway in the Aravali Range
OLDEST MOUNTAIN RANGE OF THE WORLD
Natural History & Geology
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PROGRAM
(Covering Adventure & Community Service)
> Local school visit
> Tree plantation activity
> Camp Cooking activity
> Adventure Activities session on Natural Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Low rope obstacle course
> Trek to the Hidden Lake
Itinerary - 3 Days / 2 Nights
Day 1 Arrive Camp Wild / Activities
● Arrive at the camp
● Welcome and lodge/ tents allocations
● Engage in adventure activities such as – Natural Rock Climbing, Rappelling (In winters, the sunsets around 6:00p.m)
● Soup & Bonfire
● Dinner and overnight (MEALS – Lunch, Eve Tea with snack, Soup, Dinner)
Day 2 Hidden Lake Trek & Low Rope Course Adventure Activities
● Wake Up for a great sunrise from behind the Aravali
● Post breakfast, we trek to explore a hidden lake secretly tucked away about 5kms from the camp. The return trek is for about 10 kms.
● Return back to the camp for lunch at 1400hrs
● Visit the Obstacle Course – Burma Loops, Monkey Crawl, Swinging Tyres, Heebie Jeebie Combo, Burma Bridge, Planks/log/loop bridge, Twin rope missing planks bridge, Cat Walk, Commando Net, Tunnel Crawl, Hop Skotch etc.
● Soup & Bonfire
● Dinner and overnight (MEALS – Breakfast, Lunch, Eve Tea with snack, Soup, Dinner)
Day 3 Offset Carbon Footprints / Departure
● Post early breakfast, Offset our Carbon Footprints – Plantation of a tree in order to offset the carbon footprints generated.
MEALS – Breakfast
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