- Banana Ride
- Bungee Jumping
- Fishing Tours
- Flying Fox
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Jeep Safari
- Mountain Biking
This programme is considered ideal from ages 8 to 15 years
Blending with Nature is the first step towards character development. Understanding ‘Mother Nature’ and its intricacies develops the art of conceptual thinking and inculcates habits of conservation, sharing and responsibility. The serene and scenic Western Ghats, one of the 35 bio-diversity ‘hot spots’ of the earth, is an ideal location for this transformational learning.
(a) Understanding Planet Earth
(b) Man as an integral part of Nature
(c) The Water Cycle, The Food Cycle
(g) Sharing, Concern
(h) Roles and Responsibilities
Hike and Explore the Mountains
Our beginner’s birding and nature exploration program will take campers to local nature sights, including high altitude rainforests and riverie areas, where you will learn about the variety of Western Ghats wildlife, birds and their habitats .
Celebrate the Sights and Sounds of Nature's Wonders
Time will also be set aside for the naturalist’s nature story telling sessions, including stories relating to nature’s wonders.
Campers will become detectives and search each day for wildlife evidence. They will learn about habitats and endangered animals, and ways they can help the Earth. Campers will create art projects using recycled and natural materials, and play games to discover the world around them. On a field trip to the Anaerangal Lake, campers will explore riverside, observe birds and hike through beautiful trails.
The Jungle Book Nature Camp is generally based out of the Kalypso Anaerangal Camp near Munnar. This camp is located at an altitude of about 1800m, has dome tents with common toilet & bathing facilities and overlooks the scenic Anaerangal Lake. The ecological spread and the biodiversity in the region serve as excellent tools for this enormous learning experience. The camp is also conducted near Periyar Tiger Reserve, in the wild Valley Camp near Mysore and other suitable locations across the Western Ghats.
A large portion of our programme happens in outdoor environment and mostly in the hills. Considering the location, it is best to come prepared for some cooler temperatures. Please bring all the personal clothing (including towels) and toiletry items. It is advisable to avoid large size luggage pieces such as suitcases as the space in the tents are limited. Students are advised the following Dress code & Kit List.
Comfortable, loose fitting pants or shorts with tee shirts/ shirts. You will be climbing and moving about in ways that are best supported by clothing that moves with you. Comfortable shoes are a must. Tennis shoes or any other sort of close-toed shoes, which have good traction, is also fine. No sandals, dress shoes or high heels.
• Change of clothes
• Thick cotton/ woolen socks
• Rucksack/Tote/Small bag- Compulsory
• Outdoor shoes/ sneakers – Compulsory
• Torch - Compulsory
• Water bottle – Compulsory
• Bathroom slippers
• Bath towel
• Hand towel
• Air pillow
• Tooth brush/Paste
• Bath soap
• Shampoo sachet
• Moisturiser/cold cream
• Sun screen lotion (SPF 35 +)
• Insect repellent
• Dark Glasses
• Note Book
• Ballpoint pen
• Camera (optional)
• Binocular (optional)
• Portable musical instruments (Optional)
• Any medication that you are taking/may need
Please do not carry any valuables. Personal gizmos like ipods, mobile phones are best left behind.