India Today - - SIMPLY BANGALORE -

The con­cept of res­i­den­tial sum­mer camps is still new in In­dia, but Frolic Boonies is lead­ing the way in this re­gard, with their na­ture and wildlife camps. Chil­dren can try sev­eral ad­ven­ture ac­tiv­i­ties like kayak­ing on a stream run­ning through woods, track­ing an­i­mals by their foot­prints or col­lect­ing dry wood from the jun­gle to build a fire to cook food. Nivedita and Balu­mu­ru­gan have been con­duct­ing these one- week camps since 2007 at their six- acre cam­pus near the Mudu­malai forests, ap­prox­i­mately 240 km from Ban­ga­lore. The camp fo­cuses on en­hanc­ing team work and more im­por­tantly, build­ing friend­ships.

HIGH­LIGHTS Hones your child’s five skills— phys­i­cal, emo­tional, com­mu­nica­tive, con­gini­tive and so­cial COST Rs 12,000 ( in­clu­sive of trans­port)

WHERE Deep Jun­gle Home, Mo­la­palli, Mudu­malai Pan­chayat, Nil­giris Dis­trict Tamil Nadu

TEL 080 65790008


8- 16 years


1 week

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