Summer Camps – LEADERS

SUMMER CAMP is conducted in Manali from May – July. This is a wilderness camp which perhaps is the requirement of the Students Outdoor Leadership School – SOLS. Here students bring themselves away from their comfort zone. They don’t tend to get the same sort of facilities which they get in daily routine. This is apparently a learning camp where students learn to adjust in the adverse situation.

We do provide with basic facilities in the camp. Students are provided with the Alpine and dome tents with floor bedding, mattress and sleeping bags. We have Separate utilities/wash rooms for girls and boys with running water. Hot water is provided in the morning and evening.

Summer camp is located in the midst o from the Himalayas with a river Beas just flowing in front and we get glimpse of the great Himalayan ranges with snow capped peaks. Camp is away from the hassle and crowd of the main town Manali. It’s just 14 kms ahead Kullu towards Manali.

Different packages are available according to group size, age group & All packages includes the tent stay, Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. Vehicle for Manali Local sightseeing are also available. Group rates are available on request.

  • Learn to adjust in the adverse condition
  • Lesser use of limited resources
  • Over come through fear
  • Find out our strength and weakness
  • Work as a team
  • Leadership quality
  • Push ourselves beyond our limits

  1. Rock climbing
  2. Rappelling
  3. River crossing
  4. Rafting
  5. Paragliding
  6. Trekking
  7. Team Building Games
  8. Outdoor education
  9. Village walk
  10. Yoga
  11. Obstacle courses
  12. Zip line


Some DO’s and Don’ts to ensure a safe and fun time

  • Please do maintain the decorum of the camp
  • Do follow the instructions of instructors
  • Please do be sun safe. Please use caps/sun block etc and drink plenty of water.
  • Do inform your instructors for any medical problem
  • Do be Punctual at all times
  • Do follow all safety instructions and be suitably geared for he day’s adventure activity
  • Do respect the environment at the camp and keep your surroundings clean. Please be eco-sensible and follow the rules of the great outdoors, take nothing but photographs and leave nothing but footprints.

  • Please don’t break the rules of the campsite
  • Please don’t wander off alone without telling teachers/ instructors
  • Please don’t go out of the camp premises
  • Please avoid bringing any expensive or valuable items to the camp. Please don’t carry any valuable items during adventure activities.
  • Please don’t litter.
  • Please no Alcohol at all in during the course

  • Hand Sanitizes
  • T-shirts
  • Light weight long trousers
  • Sweat shirt/Sweater – 2
  • Wind proof jacket
  • Slippers/ floaters
  • Rain gear (a must)
  • Thick/warm jacket especially for mornings and evenings.
  • Water bottle for the trek
  • A knapsack/day bag for the trek to carry your water bottle, camera and rain gear, and pack lunch.
  • 2 pairs of shoes (not new. 2nd pair for emergency).
  • Sun glasses, cap, sun block
  • Retainers for spectacles/ sun glasses
  • Camera with extra batteries/ film
  • Flashlight with extra batteries & Bulb (Best suitable – LED head lamp).
  • Personal Toiletries & medical kit
  • It is a good idea to carry a pocket- knife if you have one.
  • All things to be packed in a lockable rucksack or duffel bag.
  • Medical Requirements:
    • Students already on medication should carry their medicines with them
    • If you have any allergies or medical problems, it should be communicated to us prior to the trip.
    Important: Students are requested to pack their belongings in rucksacks/ duffle bags, as they are easier to carry on treks.  Please avoid carrying suitcases. Try not bringing too many stuff. Just keep it light.

  • Please do respect local customs and traditions specially while visiting local villages and religious places.
  • We should be modestly clad specially while crossing villages, towns and inhabited areas as well as while camping at beaches close to villages/ towns.
  • For female guests trousers/ Capri pants/ blouses/ t-shirts are accepted
  • Shorts and T-shirts for the men are fine.
  • Please do not encourage begging by giving money to the locals.
  • A polite traditional folding of hands and saying `namaste' is a fine gesture.
  • Photographs should be taken only after seeking permission of the people concerned.
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