Rishikesh is rightfully called the Mecca of white water rafting in India. It is here that the sport has seen its beginnings and is coming to maturity. The river Ganga has been host to many a great white water sportsmen from all over the world and it has not been without reason.

River Rafting Delight
Rishikesh is rightfully called the Mecca of white water rafting in India. It is here that the sport has seen its beginnings and is coming to maturity. The river Ganga has been host to many a great white water sportsmen from all over the world and it has not been without reason. The upper valley tributaries of the Ganga, the Alaknanda and the Bhagirathi are reasonable expedition level rivers. They meet at Devprayag to form the Ganga which for the next 70 km to Rishikesh is another expedition in itself. The 35 km of the river from Kaudiyala to Rishikesh is the commercial white water hub of the country. With more than 50 riverside camps and over 150 river rafting outfitters, the sport of river rafting is growing by leaps and bounds in India by the passing years. But it is the section from Shivpuri to Rishikesh that sees the maximum number of river rafting enthusiasts every year.

4 Nights and 5 Days Tentative Itinerary

Day 01: Camp RapidFire, Rishikesh
Assemble at school 21:00 Hrs followed by wheels rolling for Camp RapidFire

Day 02: Camp RapidFire
Arrive at the camp by morning followed by short brief about the camp, facilities, rules & regulations, tent allotment followed by breakfast. Orientation session at the Camp with introduction to Body Surfing and Camp games followed by lunch.
Post-lunch activities :-
Collective Group Activity – Mahadev Chatti Walk (2 Hrs) Task for the Activity – All students will collect leaves, twigs, trivia found on the way, driftwood or even garbage, anything that catches attention. Once at the camp all teams separate and get to work. Items collected from the walk must be presented by group at the bonfire.
Evening tea/coffee followed by league matches of inter team games volleyball championships or badminton and darts.
Late evening bonfire followed by presentations, games and dinner. Overnight at the camp.

Day 03: Camp RapidFire
Wake-up call followed by breakfast. Post breakfast Activities. Division of teams and each team to choose one of the following
Rock-Climbing / Rappeling – At cliffs near to the campsite, you learn to find your own niches and steadily climb your way to the top. You also get to learn how to land back on the surface and safely by rappelling, besides other exciting techniques as Bouldering
River Rafting – Easy section of the river from Marine Drive to Shivpuri containing easy grade III, II rapids & I.
Return to camp for lunch. Post lunch rotation of activities
Time for evening tea, followed by a session on WILDERNESS SURVIVAL.
Activity Analysis followed by Dinner (overnight at the camp)

Day 04: Singthali, Camp RapidFire
Wake up call followed by breakfast. Post breakfast Activities.
River Rafting: section of the river from Shivpuri to Rishikesh containing grade II, III and III+
Return to camp for lunch. Post lunch activities
leadership & teambuilding games like Pipes,
Trust fall, human knots, Great Indian rope trick,
Pass the rope, Minefield, Single knots, Score three
and many more followed by Activity Analysis
Time for evening tea, followed by of inter team
volleyball sessions.
Today being the last night for the children at the camp,
we organiZe a farewell bash.
Dinner and overnight at the camp.

Day 05: Camp RapidFire – Delhi
Wake up call followed by breakfast. Post breakfast Water Sport Activities.
Series activities like Raft Building, Inflating and deflating raft, flipping and re-flipping the raft, understanding how it is important for group of people to be a team to work their way out of difficulties.
Program Debriefing at the Camp followed by lunch.
Post Lunch depart for Delhi

End of Services

Program Effectiveness –

1:10 Student per major activity group
Equipments complying with International standards
Resident Doctor with emergency medicines
Standby Vehicles on campus for emergencies
Qualified and Certified Mountaineering Instructors from NIM (Nehru Institute of Mountaineering

Tips for participants and things to carry
• Always travel light and try not to carry valuable belongings
• Carry warm clothing for the evenings and light wear for the day.
• T- Shirts, Shorts and floaters
• Sunscreen lotion, Cap and Sunglasses
• Pack a good shoe for walking
• Personal medication and a torch are a must in your pack
• A book to read and a diary to record your trip is worth keeping.
• A set of extra cells for your torch are also advised

Expectations from the participants
1. The activities planned in the program are aimed at achieving certain results as such complete participation is expected out of the participants. Being co-operative and friendly with others helps you pull through at hard moments like getting tired on a long walk.
2. When in a discussion over activity analyses always wait for your turn.
3. The instructors on the program are authorized to send a participant back home or quarantine with immediate effect for the rest of the program if the participants are not adhering to the instruction. For your own safety and of others it is vital that you follow and adhere to the instructions given to you before, during or after any activity.

Price Include :
 Accommodation at the Camp MegaTons on twin share/Multiple share
 All 11 meals ( 4 b/f X 4 lunch X 3 dinner) as mentioned in the plan, lunch is veg and dinners include non veg dishes
 Camp games / activities like
 Rock climbing
 Rappelling
 Bonfires
 Volleyball
 Supervised body Surfing
 AM / PM Tea / Coffee supplements with cookies
 Outdoor Survival skills conducted by professionals
 Teambuilding games by group facilitators.
 Escorted Hikes and Walks around the camp
 Transportation in 2×2 AC coach (27 seater ) School to School
 Day 5 evening snacks at Khatoli

Prices do not include
 Any personal expenses like soft drinks, sodas, mineral water, tele calls
 Any insurance or medical costs
 Any cost not explicitly covered in the list of inclusions
 Service Tax – 3.58%

Terms and Conditions

Minimum guarantee of Students and Teachers
All payments to be made in the name of “ StayOut Adventure”.
50% of the total billing must be paid in advance on conformation of the date of camp and balance 50% within seven days of the completion of the camp.
Cancellation before 30 days of departure 70% Refund
Cancellation before 20 days of departure 50% Refund
Cancellation before 10 days of departure 25% Refund
No refund for any cancellation/no show in the last 5 days prior to departure