Our campuses are set in spectacular locations to create an environment that inspires learning. These have been carefully chosen keeping in mind safety, facilitation of adventure activities as well as fun and exploration. Each campus also becomes a hub for some of the expedition-based programs – arrival, departure and preparation happen on campus. Read more for specific facilities on each campus.


Our largest campus, on the banks of the Tons river, in village Mora, is 36 kms from Purola in Uttarakhand – around 120 kms from the capital city Dehradun. Densely forested with pine, deodar, oak, chestnut and rhododendron it is a picturesque site with a long camp with a huge ground area for activities and action. 27 tents line up on one edge facing the river. Adequate toilet and bathe with running water and flushing are available at one end. The campus boasts of small splash pool and an amphitheater. The region provides excellent camping sites, biking tracks, trekking opportunities and great white water rafting stretches. Our Kedarkantha Expedition programs also originate out of this campus.

Summer: 22 - 34˚C; Winter 8 - 24˚C.


A beautiful location nestled in the middle of pine and oak forests, this campus is 27 kms from Ranikhet in Uttrakhand. The property has 26 tents laid on 3 terraces. Fixed toilets and baths blocks with running water and flushing are constructed close to the accommodation area. A large flat ground in the middle is the activity hub with a built up kitchen and dining facility that also backs up as multi purpose hall. There are great trekking and rock climbing options and we have set up a ropes course with low and high elements. The area has safe and interesting mountain biking trails and our Uroli Mobile Expedition also originates out of this campus.

Summer: 20 - 30˚C; Winter: 8 - 20˚C.


Our newest campus at Yercaud in Tamil Nadu is set within a 250-acre coffee estate and plantation. It is 30 kms from Salem and is well connected with Bangalore, Chennai and Coimbatore. 22 tents are laid out in two rows with open areas for activities. A large open structure made in local style is the central hub that doubles up for activities and dining. Great rock climbing opportunities, hiking routes and nearly 20 km of biking trails are available on the estate itself. Giant trees have been used to construct the ropes course with various low and high elements.

Summer: 28 - 32˚C; Winter 15 - 28˚C.


Our Southern campus is in the Honey Valley estate in Coorg, Karnataka - in the midst of coffee, cardamom and pepper plantations. The closest town is Virajpet, 30 km away. This area is recognized internationally for it bio-diversity, and is an amazing green cover with thick canopies of a typical tropical jungle. An estate cottage forms the central hub and accommodation is in dormitories and cottages that have attached toilets and baths.
The 200-acre estate has rock faces, numerous bike trails, and trekking options with Thadiyanamol, the highest peak in Karnataka a day hike away. Our Coorg Mobile Expedition is also uses this campus as a hub.

Summer: 25 - 32˚C; Winter 15 - 28˚C.


Silversands, along the banks of the river Ganga, on a sandy river beach and a portion of riverside forest, is a partner site we use for or water based programs. The river camp offers complete outdoor experience with white water rafting, kayaking and beautiful trekking trails. Accommodation is in tents and beach canopies provide shade for activity areas.
The campus is 40 km from Rishikesh in Uttarakhand and the area is the white water rafting capital of India. Our Triple Trouble Expedition runs out of this campus.

Summer: 24 - 32˚C; Winter 8 - 25˚C.


Accommodation: Depending on the age and size, 5 or 6 participants share a tent on most campuses. In Coorg 4 to 8 participants share a dormitory. Though we encourage participants to carry their own sleeping bags, we provide these (if needed) along with camping mats. There are separate accommodation and toilet areas for boys and girls. Camps have showers and toilets with running water and flushing which are constructed close to the accommodation area. Hot water is provided.

Food: Mainly vegetarian with non-vegetarian items provided 2-3 times over the program. Care is taken to provide food that is nutritious, wholesome and tasty. Fruits are served regularly and non-aerated drinks are available through the day to keep the participants hydrated. Aquaguards are used for safe drinking water on all camps.