Manali Himachal Hotel Camp Adventure Trekking Mountaineering Meditation Tour

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Manali Camping

 

National Edu-Venture Institute

(ALSO KNOWN AS Camp Vashishtha)

 

A STREAM-SIDE FOREST CAMP FACING ROHTANG

 

MANALI : Geographic coordinates : 10.57° N 72.62° E

As the earth slowly dried of water, here arose a place of breath taking natural beauty - which was only appropriate for it was at Manali that life began again. And today this legendary cradle of all human kind is a prime holiday destination. This Himalayan mountain range is loved by those who are nature seekers and are looking for multiplicity of sights and treks like difficult snow clad region of Rohtang at one theme to Hot water springs at Vashishtha Village and Manikaran Saheb at the other. Manali is recognized with fast flowing Beas river passing through the entire length and with fascinating beauty of mountain scapes, matchless snow views all around. This valley full of rich fauna and flora.

WELCOME TO CAMP Village Vashishtha, Rohtang Road, Manali, Himachal, India

Offers the magical experience of living closest to the nature. There is a fresh water river running next to the camp and is surrounded by thick green cover of ‘the splendid hill side of Manali’.

 

National edu-Venture institue (Camp Vashishtha) is located only 3 km away from main Manali Town enroute to Rohtang amid the greenest gardens of Manali Below Vashishtha temple and Jogani Water Fall. There are high mountains shrouded by silent snows and deep boulder strewn gorges to feast your eyes all around. There are thick forests, filled with cool breezes and bird song. There are fields of wild flowers, small picturesque hamlets and fruit laden orchards. Plenty of bottom landing in the fields around Vashishtha village.

So as you can see....its all going be happening here this vacation! 

 

ACCOMMODATIONmanali_0

25 Alpine Tents with 11 common running water modern toilets/baths

 

PROVISIONS AT  CAMP

  • Tranquil/panoramic riverside location

  • Music System with Bon Fire

  • Well appointed deluxe and dome tents.

  • Comfortable floor bedding

  • Running water toilet/ bath

  • Garden dinning

  • Proper Electrical illumination.

  • Generator Back-up

  • Top order adventure, safety and sports gearmanali_1

  • Highest degree of hospitality

  • Roof covered dinning

  • Well equipped multi cuisine kitchen

  • Veg/non veg Indian and continental food

  • Qualified/Experienced/Motivated activity instructors & supporting staff

  • First aid attendance and doctor on call

  • Multiple rock faces for elementary to advance courses

  • Camp vehicle for emergency needs. So on..........

 

 

OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES AT EXTRA CHARGE

SKIING

PARA-GLIDING

WHITE WATER RIVER RAFTING
FLYING FOX
ROCK CLIMBING
RAPPELLING
SLITHERING
COMMANDO CRAWL
DOUBLE ROPE BRIDGE
NATURE TRAILS
NIGHT TRAILS
RIVER CROSSING
TEAM BUILDING GAMES
TENT PITCHING
TREKKING

VISIT TO ROHTANG

LOCAL SIGHT SEEING
YOGA/MEDITATION
AND MANY MORE…

 

 ADVANTAGE CAMP VASHISHTHA

  • Only 3 km from Manali Bus Stand- No bone shattering or narrow lane drives

  • More than 1 acres of usable stream-side camping space

  • Very safe river even for smaller children

  • 2 adjoining wings with saparate wash rooms to maximize client’s operational and logistical ease as far as the gender separation is concerned during stay etc

  • Roof covered dinning facilities to facilitate group dinning at any weather

  • An army of highly motivated, experienced and seasoned, skilled, hospitable, attentive and professional people on permanent employment with our camps 

  • Many majestic Nature Walk and soft trekking locations trailing from our camps

  • The most reachable and comfortable of all Manali Camps available for a throwaway price

  • Endless  advantages and 1 single name- National Edu-Venture Institute

Check in/Check out time: 10 AM

 

PLEASE NOTE:

  • We provide destination to destination package also with complete tour management.

  • We also provide the services of escort/Tour manager if desired.

ENVIRONMENTAL GUIDELINES

 

  • These guidelines help in reducing the impact on the environment, minimize the possibility of animal suffering and stress, and encourage respect and appreciation of other cultures and traditions.

  • Campsite - Keep in mind that another party will be using the same campsite after you have left. Leave the site cleaner than you found it.

  • Do not Fuel the Fire - Always discard matches and cigarettes with great care but also keep the use of wood for fuel to a minimum. When possible, take kerosene or an alternative fuel source for cooking and heating purposes.

  • Remove litter - Burn or bury paper and carry out all non-degradable litter.

  • Keep local water clean - Avoid using pollutants such as detergents in streams or springs. If no toilet facilities are available, make sure you are at least 30 meters away from water sources, and bury or cover waste.

  • Plants should be left to flourish - Taking cuttings, seeds and roots is illegal in many parts of the world. Also remember the trade in many wildlife products is strictly illegal.

  • Help your guides to follow conservation measures.

  • When taking photographs - Respect privacy - ask permission and use restraint.

  • Respect Holy places - Preserve what you have come to see, never touch or remove religious objects. Shoes should be removed when visiting temples.

  • Giving to children encourages begging - A donation to a project, health center or school is a more constructive way to help.

  • You will be accepted and welcomed if you follow local customs.

  • Clothes - Loose lightweight clothes are preferable to revealing shorts, skimpy tops and tight fitting action wear.

  • Visitors, who value local traditions, encourage local pride and maintain local cultures. Please help local people gain a realistic view of life in Western Countries.

Stay on Track - Unsupervised off road driving can cause irreparable damage to the soil and vegetation, all for the sake of that once in a lifetime shot. In many areas, trekking and climbing are popular leisure activities. By carefully keeping to marked paths and routes, human impact can be kept to a minimum.

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