Himalayan Treks : Amboli Kids Nature Camp

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Amboli is a less known beautiful hill resort in the southern range of Sahyadri hills, situated at an altitude of 4,200ft. This is the last mountain recourse - after this the coastal highlands settle to form flat beaches. This hill station is covered with mist during the rainy season. Submerged by thick forests and outrageous valleys, this placid mountain top extends some of the best bird's-eye views of the Konkan coast. It is one of the world's "Eco Hot-Spots" and it therefore abounds in a variety of fairly unique flora and fauna. Historically, Amboli village came into being as one of the staging posts along the road from Vengurla port to the city of Belgaum, which was extensively used by the British to supply their garrisons in south and central India. The Amboli nature Camp offers unlimited opportunities to explore this untouched beautiful area and Yuvashakti takes care of safety measures, adventure activities and excellent food.

Kindly Note

The program begins and ends in Pune. Two group leaders from Yuvashakti will accompany the group from Pune to Pune and additional experts will be stationed at Amboli for facilitating adventure activities. Participants are required to fill an application form mentioning detailed information about the blood group, any illnesses etc. and it should be signed by the parents as well as the participant. An important meeting of all the participants shall be organized in Pune. Since all the minute details about the camps will be discussed in the meeting, attendance to this meeting shall be compulsory for participants and their parents. Confirmation of your participation can be obtained by depositing Rs.2,000/- non-refundable advance along-with the application form and the balance amount should be paid 15 days prior to the date of departure. In case if a participant wishes to cancel his admission after the booking is confirmed, an amount of 50% of the total participation fees will be deducted and the remaining amount will be returned.