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Campsites in Manali

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 Apline 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.

SOLS 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.

Season: March – November

 

  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

General Information:

D0’s:

  • 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.

Don’ts:

  • 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

 

 PLEASE NOTE: 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.

  1.  Hand Sanitizers
  2. T-shirts
  3. Light weight long trousers
  4. Sweat shirt/Sweater – 2
  5. Wind proof jacket
  6. Slippers/ floaters
  7. Rain gear (a must)
  8. Thick/warm jacket especially for mornings and evenings.
  9. Water bottle for the trek
  10. A knapsack for the trek to carry your water bottle, camera and rain gear, and pack lunch.
  11. 2 pairs of shoes (not new. 2nd pair for emergency).
  12. Sun glasses, cap, sun block
  13. Retainers for spectacles/ sun glasses
  14. Camera with extra batteries/ film
  15. Flashlight with extra batteries & Bulb (Best suitable – LED head lamp).
  16. Personal Toiletries & medical kit
  17. It is a good idea to carry a pocket- knife if you have one.
  18. All things to be packed in a lockable rucksack or duffel bag.
  19. YOU’RE SENSE OF HUMOUR!

 Medical Requirements:

  1. Students already on medication should carry their medicines with them
  2. If you have any allergies or medical problems, it should be communicated to us prior to the trip.

 

ENSURE MINIMUM IMPACT ON LOCAL CULTURE
  • 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.

 

We look forward to welcoming you to `the Great Himalayan Outdoors’.

The campsite is set amid the sylvan grandeur of the Himalayan pastureland. Overlooking snow-covered peaks, this is an adventure oriented resort, a perfect base for day treks in the surrounding areas and offers you an active, scenic yet peaceful haven far from the madding crowd. The resort is spread in 15 Acers and is located about 14 km from Kullu towards Manali and 570 km from Delhi, the resort has accommodation in 14 wooden Huts and 12 cottages. Other than to provide the wilderness experience and feel the nature we do have provision for wilderness or Dome tents as well.

Our emphasis is on the comfort of each guest and the food & service, the Morpheus Manali camp is an idyllic summer getaway.

We provide you wooden cottages/huts with attached toilet and bath room 24 hours running water. This is not only camping. This is full on luxury adventure camp where you can do Rafting, Rappelling, River Crossing, Kayaking, Fishing, Village Walk, Volleyball, Cricket etc.

There is something magical about Manali. No matter how many times you have visited the hill station, you will always want to go back. 40 Kms. away from Kulu to the north, Manali is situated near the end of the valley on the National Highway leading to Leh. The landscape here is breath taking. One sees well-defined snow capped peaks, the Beas River with its clear water meanders through the town. On the other side are deodar and pine trees, tiny fields and fruit orchards. It is an excellent place for a holiday, a favorite resort for trekkers to Lahaul, Spiti, Kinnaur, Leh and Zanskar regions in Kashmir valley. It is known as SWITZERLAND OF INDIA.

Manali is an important hill station of northern India and is the destination of thousands of tourists every year. Its cool atmosphere provides a perfect heaven for the ones afflicted by the hot Indian summers. Besides offering quite a few places for sightseeing, The city is also famous for adventure sports like skiing, hiking, mountaineering, paragliding, rafting, trekking, kayaking, and mountain biking. In short, Manali-is the “Valley of the Gods” and an ideal place for the ones in search of both adventure and comfort.

Season : Throughout the year

 

  • White water rafting
  • Trekking
  • Nature and Heritage Safari in an gypsy
  • Mountain biking
  • Wilderness Orientation hikes
  • Rock Climbing/ Rappelling/ Bouldering
  • Hot Air Ballooning
  • River Crossing
  • Burma Bridge
  • Fishing
  • Nature Walk & Bird watching
  • Skiing
  • Kayaking
  • Sightseeing of Kullu – Manali

 

Travel Tips

What is recommended and general travel advice

You’ll be able to make the most of holidays in the Indian Himalayas & mountains. So if you’re properly prepared you will have the best of experience and enjoyment.

 

A Note on Local Customs

The local communities always welcome & meet guests from ‘outside’ but please try to respect their local customs and be sensitive to their habits. Behavioral modesty is appreciated.

Personal Intimacy can draw unwanted attention & may provoke   exaggerated response at some places. Visiting pilgrim/temple/sacred places should be handled sensitively. Do not try to be a part of local rituals without invitation.

 

  • Personal First Aid kit/medicines/sticking plasters/blister treatments Oral
  • Re-hydration Solution sachets are good to combat loss of sugars and salt (not that we anticipate this to be a risk on our holidays).
  • Water flask but not a breakable thermos. Camera (+ film & spare batteries)
  • Penknife (Swiss army, Leatherman etc)
  • Sun screen
  • A walking stick
  • Torch and spare batteries: a head mounted (“Miner’s Lamp) torch is very good
  • An altimeter or small GPS can add interest to the walks.
  • “Wet wipes”, tissues and toilet roll
  • A small notebook and pen/pencil if you wish to keep a diary or notes.
  • Binoculars, if you like bird watching of natural beauty
  • A pack of cards can be useful in the evenings

If you wish to carry alcoholic drinks with you, please respect the sensitivities of the village hosts.

 

We look forward to welcoming you to `the Great Himalayan Outdoors’.

The Camp is situated in Laran Kelo 2 kms before Naggar the most beautiful hill station of Manali. This camp is away from the hassle of city and crowd, its absolutely green and pollution free. It is surrounded by a lush green deodar pine forest and apple orchards. Camp Nature’s Outpost basks in the sun throughout the day, making the guest feel comfortable and warm. Most of the rooms offer by Camp has excellent view of the snow clad mountain ranges, forests and orchards.

There 10 Swiss tents which are decorated in modern luxury and traditional splendor. Specially furnished with hand made teakwood furniture, attached bathrooms, the latest color television, and piped music – all combined to give the height of elegance and comfort.

Season: Throughout the year

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

General Information:

D0’s:

  • 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.

Don’ts:

  • 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

 

 PLEASE NOTE: 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.

  1.  Hand Sanitizers
  2. T-shirts
  3. Light weight long trousers
  4. Sweat shirt/Sweater – 2
  5. Wind proof jacket
  6. Slippers/ floaters
  7. Rain gear (a must)
  8. Thick/warm jacket especially for mornings and evenings.
  9. Water bottle for the trek
  10. A knapsack for the trek to carry your water bottle, camera and rain gear, and pack lunch.
  11. 2 pairs of shoes (not new. 2nd pair for emergency).
  12. Sun glasses, cap, sun block
  13. Retainers for spectacles/ sun glasses
  14. Camera with extra batteries/ film
  15. Flashlight with extra batteries & Bulb (Best suitable – LED head lamp).
  16. Personal Toiletries & medical kit
  17. It is a good idea to carry a pocket- knife if you have one.
  18. All things to be packed in a lockable rucksack or duffel bag.
  19. YOU’RE SENSE OF HUMOUR!

 Medical Requirements:

  1. Students already on medication should carry their medicines with them
  2. If you have any allergies or medical problems, it should be communicated to us prior to the trip.

 

ENSURE MINIMUM IMPACT ON LOCAL CULTURE
  • 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.

 

We look forward to welcoming you to `the Great Himalayan Outdoors’.

It is situated in the outskirts of Manali town, just opposite Banu bridge. Beas river flows just in front of the camp. This camp is surrounded by the mountains and a river infront make us feel as if we are in HEAVEN. We have 15 Swiss tents here with attached utilities and running water 24 hour. We do provide electricity facility in the tents as well as in the camp premises. The camp is absolutely safe. We put utmost emphasis on safety and security of our guests.

Season:  March – November

 

  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

General Information:

D0’s:

  • 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.

Don’ts:

  • 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

 

 PLEASE NOTE: 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.

  1.  Hand Sanitizers
  2. T-shirts
  3. Light weight long trousers
  4. Sweat shirt/Sweater – 2
  5. Wind proof jacket
  6. Slippers/ floaters
  7. Rain gear (a must)
  8. Thick/warm jacket especially for mornings and evenings.
  9. Water bottle for the trek
  10. A knapsack for the trek to carry your water bottle, camera and rain gear, and pack lunch.
  11. 2 pairs of shoes (not new. 2nd pair for emergency).
  12. Sun glasses, cap, sun block
  13. Retainers for spectacles/ sun glasses
  14. Camera with extra batteries/ film
  15. Flashlight with extra batteries & Bulb (Best suitable – LED head lamp).
  16. Personal Toiletries & medical kit
  17. It is a good idea to carry a pocket- knife if you have one.
  18. All things to be packed in a lockable rucksack or duffel bag.
  19. YOU’RE SENSE OF HUMOUR!

 Medical Requirements:

  1. Students already on medication should carry their medicines with them
  2. If you have any allergies or medical problems, it should be communicated to us prior to the trip.

 

ENSURE MINIMUM IMPACT ON LOCAL CULTURE
  • 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.

 

We look forward to welcoming you to `the Great Himalayan Outdoors’.

 

Please Note: We do customize Itineraries of our campsites as per the requirement of Guests. For itineraries please feel free to Contact Us

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