Shimla Adventure Camps



Shimla is a perfect place for Adventure Camps. Jungles, lakes, hayfields, unreliable passes, snow covered mountain peaks, expanded valleys - all this makes the Shimla Adventure Camps more exciting. Shimla Adventure Camps is the finest way to explore the nature and at the same time learn about it.

The Shimla Adventure Camps are not mere entertaining camps, the adventure sports like trekking, heli-skiing, river rafting helps you to overcome your fears and weaknesses. The Shimla Adventure Camps bring you close to nature and make you realize the importance of life and the right way of living it.

Shimla being a tourist attraction, have some pitched Adventure camps at Mashobra and Baldian. This year Shimla Adventure Camps are put up at Pabbar Valley in the Jubbal-Hatkoti- Rohru area in Shimla district.

General Information on Shimla Adventure Camps :

Shimla Adventure Camps provide you the food. They also make arrangement through HPTDC for the equipments and trainers required for various adventurous activities.

Generally no special training is required except in some case like Skiing and Gliding. You must be physically and mentally fit enough to face the hardships as the Shimla adventure camps will put up some pressure on you.

You need to carry some of your basic personal belongings like clothes, shoes, camera , medicine,etc. All this is available to you at an affordable price within your budget. What more, you will take some of the valuable moments of your life in your memories and will cherish them till your end.



Last Updated on : 29/05/2013





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