SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL TRIP AT RAJAJI NATIONAL PARK

UTTRAKHAND
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In 1984, Rajaji National Park was finally established as an important protected area in the Terai Region. The park stretches over 820 sq kms and is located in the lower Himalayan Ranges the foothills of Himalayas also popular as Shivalik Ranges.

Rajaji National Park that we know today is an integration of Rajaji, Motichur and Chilla Wildlife sanctuaries which are parts of Dehradun, Shivalik and Lansdowne Forest Divisions. The sanctuaries were merged in the year 1983 and named after the first Governor-General of India, Dr. C. Rajagopalachari, who was popularly known as Rajaji. The Motichur and Rajaji Sanctuaries are adjoining to each other while Chilla Sanctuary gets separated by Ganges and Chilla River on the south -east.

In 1984, Rajaji National Park was finally established as an important protected area in the Terai Region. The park stretches over 820 sq kms and is located in the lower Himalayan Ranges the foothills of Himalayas also popular as Shivalik Ranges.

The national park is interspersed with various sporadic streams and brooks which are highly perennial in nature. Owing to the natural settings and adequate water presence, the park supports and cherishes diverse forest (flora) type are classified into six categories: Sal forest, Mixed forest, Riverine forest, Scrub forest, Grassland, Sub-tropical pine forest. Though Sal dominates predominantly.

The Fauna of this beautiful reserve forest is also myriad. It is famous for elephants which can be seen roaming around in herds in their full glory. The thick foliaged forest is also a house to antelopes like mountain goats, gorals, carnivores like tigers, leopards, wild cats. Other animals found are sloth bear, wild boars, the Indian hare and the Indian porcupine. Among the primates there are the rhesus macaque and the Hanuman Langur. Reptiles in Rajaji include one of the largest Pythons, King Cobra, Common Krait, Indian Cobra and the Monitor Lizard.

The park is also known for its remarkable avian species which includes over 350 species. India’s National bird, Peacock is also found ubiquitously. Avifauna includes pea fowl, woodpeckers, pheasants, Himalayan pied kingfishers, great pied hornbill, and fire tailed sunbirds and barbets, supplemented by a number of migratory species during the winter months. This area is the first halt after the migratory birds cross over the Himalayas into the Indian subcontinent.

The rivers flowing through the park harbors the Mahaseer fish, one of the fiercest freshwater fish that can grow to about five and half feet!

The biosphere of the park therefore has many unique characteristic, which has much significance from scientific point of view and has immense opportunities to hold nature lovers buy its charm.

Forrest has twenty well-appointed superior cottage tents set in the background of rustic environs providing opulent and intimate memorable experiences. As an eco friendly endeavor the material used in cottages are also eco-friendly. The use of materials, all complement the serenity of the surroundings. The cottages provide simple pleasures in life – emanating a healthy comfortable stay.

The cottages have attached toilet and bath with running hot and cold water. Provisions of intercom and tea coffee makers are also available. Electric blankets and hot water bags are also provided at the resort to restore the warmth of the place. We use minimum electricity which is in line with our philosophy of low impact on the surroundings.

Day 1: Delhi to Camp Forest Raja Ji National Park

05:00 Hrs: Assemble at the New Delhi Railway Station (06:00 Hrs: Dehradun Shatabdi Express 12017)
11:30 Hrs: Arrive at Haridwar railway station and depart to Camp Forest Raja Ji National Park. Room                           allotment setting down. Freshen Up
13:30 Hrs: Lunch (Team 1, 2)
14:00 Hrs: Lunch (Team 3, 4)
14:45 Hrs: Teams assemble at the Camp for the noon session of activities in team
Teambuilding Games:-
Team 1 – Doom tent pitching, Pipe and Marble
Team 2 – Fill the circle, Sheep and shepherd
Team 3 – Fill the Bucket
Team 4 – Passing the Rope,
16:15 Hrs: Rotation of activities among the teams
18:15 Hrs: Evening tea/ coffee with light snacks.
19:15 Hrs: Night Trek nearby camp.
20:00 Hrs: Campfire with the hot soup
21:00 Hrs: Dinner and overnight at the Camp.

Day 2: Camp Forest Raja Ji National Park,
07:30 Hrs: Wake up with tea followed by tea/Milk.
08:45 Hrs: Breakfast
09:30 Hrs: Teams assemble at the Camp for a morning session of adventure activities
Team 1 – River Crossing, Slack line
Team 2 – Fling Fox, Burma Bridge
Team 3 – Double rope bridge, Rope Ladder Climbing
Team 4 – Net climbing, Tyre Crossing
14:00 Hrs: Lunch
14:30 Hrs: Teams assemble at the Camp for the noon session of activities
Team 3 – River Crossing, Slack line
Team 4 – Fling Fox, Burma Bridge
Team 1 – Double rope bridge, Rope Ladder Climbing
Team 2 – Net climbing, Tyre Crossing
18:15 Hrs: Evening tea/ coffee with light snacks.
19:00 Hrs: Wild Life movie with the hot soup
20:30 Hrs: Dinner and overnight at the Camp.

Day 3: Camp Forest Raja Ji National Park,

07:30 Hrs: Wake up with tea followed by tea/Milk.
08:30 Hrs: Breakfast
09:15 Hrs: Bird watching session with the Naturalist
12:30 Hrs: Lunch
13:00 Hrs: Post Lunch Depart for jeep safari in the Raja Ji National Park.
18:45 Hrs: Evening tea/ coffee with light snacks.
19:30 Hrs: Evening bonfire
21:00 Hrs: Dinner and overnight at the Camp.

Day :4 Camp Forest Raja Ji National Park,

08:30 Hrs: Wake up with tea followed by tea/Milk.
09:30 Hrs: Breakfast
10:00 Hrs: Time is free pack yourself with all your belongings
11:00 Hrs: Maggi walk (Students will collect wood on their own for making a fire and food under professional supervision)
14:30 Hrs: Lunch at Camp
15:00 Hrs: Time to Photo session and luggage collection
16:00 Hrs: Depart for Haridwar railway station catch to Dehradun Shatabdi.
23:00 Hrs: Arrive at New Delhi Railway Station.
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 inclusive of:

  1. Three Nights’ Accommodation on multiple share
  2. A total of Twelve meals at the camp (BF X 4 Lunch X 4 Dinner X 4  and Six time Snacks )
  3. All activities as mentioned and described in the program submitted with complete safety gear under professional supervision.
  4. Escort for the trip
  5. Day one ac Dehradun Shatabdi Express train Delhi to Haridwar
  6. Day Four Haridwar – New Delhi Shatabdi Express
  7. AM / PM tea / coffee supplements
  8. Evening Bonfire
  9. Hi tea in the evening
  10. Mineral water during journey.
  11. Day two Jeep Safari
  12. Wild Life movie
  13. Bird watching session with the Naturalist
  14. Train travel

The cost however does not include

  • Any personal expenses like soft drinks, sodas, extra f & b
  • Cocktail snacks
  • Any costs not explicitly covered above.

 

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