Camp Dhanaulti is situated at 8,500 ft. in the Mussoorie hills. 27 km. from
Chamba and 25 km. from Mussoorie. It offers perfect tranquility amidst long
wooded slopes of deodar, Pine, Oak and Rhododendron trees. The camp sites
provides picturesque 180 degree view of Gharwal Himalayas, and what's more,
it is the highest destination nearest to the city of Delhi-Capital of India.
In total we have 25 camps out of which we have 15 Swiss camps and 10 Deluxe
camps Each Swiss tents are with attached bathroom & Deluxe tents have common
Trekking - Garhwal Himalayas is one of the most beautiful regions of
South Asia that infatuates all because of its mountains, valleys, splendid
waterfalls, magnificent meadows, dense and untouched forest.
Rappelling- Unlike mountain climbing, Rappelling is much safer and
anyone with usual strength can participate in this. It is an exhilarating
way to experience which require basic knowledge of the sport.
Rafting-Dhanaulti Camp, offers an enthusiastic facility of Rafting
at Rishikesh, which will be organised while coming to the Lambdhar,
Dhanaulti. Its an amazing experience having high rapids while rafting.
Burma bridge - This is a bridge that consists of a thick rope for
walking upon, and two ropes to hold on to. The bridge stretches across a
Commando Net - Commando nets have been used for decades as a training
aid as far as climbing and crossing open spaces are concerned by the
team.They are also used in a variety of summer camps.
Parallel rope - Just two ropes, one to move and the other to hold
oneself, very dicey to cross a distance of 40ft
Valley crossing- Valley Crossing is the technique of traversing
across two high points by means of a rope stretched between them. Valley
Crossing, the essence of matter is gravity; the essence of spirit is freedom
Tug of war also known as tug o' war, tug war, rope war or rope
pulling, is a sport that directly pits two teams against each other in a
test of strength.The origins of tug of war are uncertain, but it is beyond
dispute that this once royal sport was practised in ancient Egypt and China,
where it was held in legend that the Sun and Moon played Tug of War over the
light and darkness
Bonfire A bonfire is a controlled outdoor fire used for informal disposal of
burnable waste material or as part of a celebration. Celebratory bonfires
are typically designed to burn quickly and may be very large. It was evening
and after snacks and coffee in the common camp, we all sat in a circle of
nice cushy bamboo chairs while a bonfire was being prepared for all
At noon, arrival at Dhanaulti Camp, Dhanaulti. Welcome drinks, safety
briefings and allocation of tents followed by lunch. After lunch, we will go
deep into the jungle and discover the waterfall, followed by Rock Climbing
and Reppling . In the evening, tea/coffee & cookies. After dark, bonfire,
snacks & Dinner. Overnight at the camp
In the morning after breakfast, you will enjoy adventurous activities like
Valley Crossing, ,Burma Bridge, Parallel rope, flying fox, Mongli walk,
Suspension bridge, Commondo Net etc. After long adventurous activities
session in the afternoon lunch will be served, in the evening, tea/coffee
with snacks. Followed by the dinner while enjoying the bonfire at the dark.
In the morning after Breakfast, we go to see the beauty of nature like site
scenes of the surrounding areas, you would love to capture in your
* You can also visit at the following popular places :-
Places to Visit
Surkhanda Devi Temple:
Considered as the fifth dham of Garhwal, located at 10,000 ft. which is 5
Forested splendor, it is the snow point of Mussoorie. A must visit.
It is 45 Kms from camp site. Tehri Dam Reservoir is a worth visiting place
to see the modern day wonder.
A day-picnic can be organized in the dense forest.
Rafting at Rishikesh:
While drving back to the home you have option to enjoy river rafting at
Make sure you carry personal medicines, electric torch, insect repellents
and other essentials.
You will be visiting remote areas where modern conveniences may not be
Please ensure that the rechargeable batteries of your digital cameras,
camcorders are fully charged.
It can get very cold at night. It is advisable to carry a sweater,
jacket, monkey cap, gloves and woolen socks.
If you are scared of an activity, tell the camp leader about it. He will
encourage and motivate you. We do not force people.
It may rain anytime. An umbrella or a light raincoat is recommended.
Do not leave wrappers and poly bags in forest during trekking and
Always wear proper trekking shoes while trekking. Uncomfortable pair of
shoes can harshly hurt your feet and can lead to serious foot injuries while
While planning your trekking trip, it is preferable to have a medical
fitness check up.
In case you feel dizzy or unusually breathless during treks, please
report to the camp in charge immediately. You may be suffering dehydration
or altitude sickness