Udaipur Choti Lake Madar, approx 15 km from city center.
02 N/ 03D
Deluxe tent (common wash room separate for male/female)
Morning tea with cookies/breakfast/lunch/evening tea with snacks/dinner.
Udaipur situated 2000 ft above mean sea level is also known as the City of Lakes. Popular tourist destination. Known for its history, culture, scenic location and Rajput- era places. Approx 660km, 400 km, and 254km respectively Delhi, Jaipur and Ahmadabad.
Activities: Camping, Rock climbing, Rappelling, Valley crossing, Udaipur sightseeing, Bonfire with light music, Folk dance, Outdoor game, Trekking, Tribal village walk, Team building activities, Speed boating at Fateh Sagar, Sajjan Garh zoological park visit
Rock Climbing, Rappelling, and Bonfire with Music at night.
Sajjangarh Fort and Zoological Park and Bonfire with Folk Dance at night
Arrival at camp get freshen up and tent allotment, breakfast and general briefing about camp. Move to activities area, rock climbing/rappelling back to camp for lunch. Take rest for a while and proceed to rappel & valley crossing, back to camp evening tea with snacks team building game. Bonfire with music followed by dinner
Morning tea, breakfast. Move to Sajjangarh fort and zoological park visit with pack lunch. Back to camp, evening tea with snacks, tribal village walk, bonfire with flock dance followed by dinner.
Morning tea, breakfast move to Udai sagar with pack lunch, boating local sightseeing, fateh sagar maharana pratap samarak, gulab bagh, dudh tali, late evening departure onward destination.
It is recommended that you wear strong and comfortable bottoms; preferably a track suit bottom. Jeans would do but are not recommended. Carry a full sleeves shirt along with a warmer/sweater and a track suit jacket.
Make sure that you wear well-fitted trekking shoes as they are of utmost importance while participating in outdoor activities for the safety and health of your shoes. Sports shoes would do but are not recommended.
Backpack (40-60 liters): Backpack with sturdy straps and supporting frame. Rain cover for the backpack is essential.
Daypack (20 liters): It is mandatory to carry a daypack if you choose to offload your backpack. If you decide to carry your backpack, the daypack is not required.
Raincoat/poncho: A lightweight poncho is preferred as it covers your rucksack as well from the top. The raincoat can also be used as windproof when required.
Balaclava: The cap must cover your ears and neck. You may also use scarves.
Synthetic hand gloves: Ensure that the gloves are waterproof.
Suncap: 1 pair of nice warm gloves required, fleece or woolen. 1 pair of waterproof/resistant, windproof gloves. You get very thin inner gloves nowadays. You may get one of those to use layering.
Sunglasses: Curved ones will cover your eyes well. No blue colored sunglass — they don’t block UV. Blacks, greens, browns are fine. Avoid multi-tone sunglasses. Sunglasses prevent snow blindness. Sunglasses are mandatory for this trek.People who wear spectacles, choose one of these – contact lenses, photochromatic glasses, or if either of the above is not possible, wear your spectacles and carry a big sunglass that can be worn over your spectacles.
Toiletries (Sunscreen – SPF 40+, moisturizer, light towel, lip balm/chap stick, small soap, toilet paper, wet tissue)
Repair kit (needle & thread)
Headlamp/LED torch: Mandatory
Camera: Carry all accessories – spare batteries, charger, etc.
Cutlery: Carry a plate, spoon, coffee mug & a lunch box. We insist on trekkers getting their own cutlery for hygiene reasons. To save weight, you may use your lunch box to have food in it and also carry it.
Water bottles: 2 bottles, 1 Litre each. Packaged drinking water bottles like Aquafina, Bisleri, and others are not allowed.
Trekking pole: Trekking pole is mandatory.