Valley View Campsite Lonavala

New Year in Wilderness Countryside Campsite.


Activities:


Camping, Barbecue and Campfire, Short Stroll in Wilderness, Dip in Lake, Just Chill Out..


Camp Fee:


Rs.2,950/- per head. (For Children 5 Years to 12 Years 25% Discount). 
For Children (3 years to 4 Years 50% Discount).


Includes 


Transport (Transport by private Bus Mumbai to Campsite and Back, Road Tolls and Driver DA).


Meals (Dec 31st Welcome Tea/Coffee; Lunch; Hi-Tea; Evening Grand Wilderness Dinner with Barbecue).. Jan 1st 2011 Breakfast, Lunch and Hi-Tea).


Stay in Tents: Twin Sharing or Triple in Case of Family.


Excludes


Breakfast on Dec 31st during travel, Any food item or Beverages that is not part of standard menu. 
Any item purchased from the Rural Store near the campsite.
Any thing that is not included is excluded.


Schedule:


Date: Dec 31, 2011.


6:30 am Start from Mumbai
Pickup points
6:30 am Near Merwans Bakery, S. V. Road, Andheri West, Opp. Brahmakumari Hospital.
6:40 am Western Express Highway (Near Vakola Junction), Santacruz East
6:45 am Bandra (Kalanagar Junction). At end of Sky Walk
6:50 am Sion Station
7:15 am Chembur (Near Akbar Allis Departmental Store)
7:40 am Vashi (Junction of Station Road and Highway)
8:15 am McDonald (Just Before entrance of Mumbai-Pune Express Highway).


10:30 am Arrival at Campsite
Welcome Drinks
Setting up Campsite


12:30 pm Lunch
Take a break/ rest..


4:00 pm Hi-Tea


A short stroll in the forest..


Preparation for Grand Barbecue, Camp Fire and Dinner..
Wild Chefs
Grand Dinner with loads of fun and games with soft music..


January 1, 2012.


Breakfast
Dip in the lake
Lunch
Windup with Hi-Tea...


Out Camp Site: Wilderness Campsite (30 minutes from Lonavala). 


Adventure, Rural Camp and Home Stay..

Home Stay and Camping facility near Wilderness


Outdoor Experience Options..


Default..
Camp Fire, Self Cooking in Segdi, Swim in Pond, Night Trek, Exploring Fort, Sun Set View from Hill Top, Wild Chefs “Try Cooking in Wild”, 


Available with advance notice... (for group size minimum 20 persons)..


Pottery, Clay Modelling, Amazing Art of Paper Mache, Small Nature Trail, Valley Crossing, Zip Line, Rappelling, Rock Climbing, Paragliding, Water Sports (Jet Ski, Raft Building, Power Boats, Peddle Boats and in future Kayaking, Digi Rafting), Barbecue..


For Group size of 50 to 100 participants we can also set up Commando Obstacle Course, Team Building, Leadership Camps.


Nature Knights Valley View Campsite


Location: Lonavala Countryside,  Near Lohgad Hill Top (Valley and Lake View from camp site).







Food:


Veg and Non-Veg both options available.

For bookings get in touch with us..


Registration Mandatory with 100% Advance.


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Registration Mandatory with 100% Advance.

Inclusions:


Home Stay Options:


Two Rooms with (One Double Bed and One Single Bed in each room with attached toilet).


One Dormitory (Six Beds, Common Toilet).

Camping:


Tent twin sharing or triple sharing; Dome Tents (Available with Mattress and Pillows). Common Toilet available for camp site.


View 1 from Campsite


View 2 from Campsite


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Creative Art..


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Summary on some of the creativity activities possible at camp site.

Papier Mache- Layering strips of paper: 

In this simpler form of papier mache you will be creating artwork with layers of paper strips. Just paste them on top of a framework and you can create things thta look tedious. The best thing about this form is that it is quick and easy compared to the pulp method. 



Papier Mache- Moulding with pulp: 

The term ‘papier mache’ means chewed paper in French. In other words this art form involves the use of paper pulp. One of the best methods of recycling old paper, this method involves soaking, crushing and mixing paper with a binding agent/glue. Then just use a mould or go freehand to create your masterpieces!


Studio Pottery

Pottery is the art of shaping wet clay and then baked or fired in an oven to make it hard and durable. It can be done in two ways. You can either ‘throw’ it on the potter’s wheel or you can shape it with your hands by pinching, coiling and using clay slabs.
We will be working on the second method that is Studio Pottery. The best thing about this form is that you can make free-hand designs. Just learn the basics- coiling, slabs, and pinching and you can make masterpieces out of clay. 




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