India is a land of diversity; every state has a different story and we at Trailblazers, love telling those stories. Our team has traversed across the country and picked up interesting tales and facts from various places.

It is important to absorb the soul of the places you visit, and this is what are culture camps are all about. To hold true to this philosophy our camps include tasting the local cuisine, visiting and shopping for the famous products of the state, viewing the traditional artform and learning a new handicraft skill.

Request a custom School Culture Camp exclusively designed for your school kids.

Looking for a unique, once in a lifetime experience? We customise camps for groups of more than 10 guests. You just need to get your group together, we do the rest.

Schools Love Camping With Us

School Culture Camp are designed to help your team members learn something challenging from the outdoors. We hope to engage them in team activities and infuse positive attitude by helping them together live the uncertain, and accomplish the impossible.

Our activities keep them excited & engaged, while they breathe fresh air, climb mountains, and explore and absorb from nature.

Our recent School Culture Camp

  • Camp Vibrant Little Rann of Kutch
  • 5 Days
  • Kutch, Gujarat
  • October- April

Cracked earth and an arid landscape as far as the eye can see; yet this seemingly bleak habitat supports diversity of life, some of which is found nowhere else in the country. The only home of the endangered Indian Wild Ass, the little Rann of Kutch is a world by itself.

The salt encrusted plains are also where 14% of the country’s salt is produced by the dedicated Agariya tribe who work in extremely harsh conditions. Kutch is also home to the Mir and Rabari tribes, both of which excel in handicraft skills of beadwork and embroidery respectively.

Finally add a touch of heritage by visiting the magnificent step well of medieval Gujarat and the impressive Modhera sun temple built on the tropic of cancer. Explore, feel and taste the lesser known side of Gujarat with this camp.

  • Camp Wayanad Wilderness
  • 5 Days
  • Wayanad, Kerala
  • September- November, January- March

Nestled in the flourishing greenery of the Western Ghats, Wayanad is truly a green paradise. Tea and coffee plantations add a sense of symmetry to these verdant hills.

Become one with nature and calm your spirit, wandering through God’s own country.

Cool off in the calming spray of Soojipara falls; walk through well-manicured tea estates; discover Neolithic carvings at Edekkal caves and be in awe of one the world’s largest earth dam, the Banasurasagar dam. The state animal of Kerala, the Indian elephant can be spotted amongst the lush forests of Muthunga wildlife sanctuary.

Soak in the tradition and culture of Kerala by learning bamboo weaving, feasting on a ‘sadya’ meal and witnessing an ancient martial art form.

  • Camp Athens of the East
  • 5 Days
  • Madurai & Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu
  • January- March, September- October

What does it feel like to walk into a 2500-year-old city? Does it retain some of the characters of the past? The answer is yes! Life in this quaint temple city largely revolves around the Meenakshi Amman temple, and any visitor can feel the spiritual aura surrounding the city.

Apart from the truly magnificent temple, the city is also famous for a certain species of Jasmine flower. The flower, locally known as Madurai malli has been designated a Geographic indicator of the region.

Visit the Thirumalai Nayakkar Mahal, during its inception it was meant to be the grandest palace in South India. Join us and find out if it stays true to its claim. Plunge into this rich, cultural and heritage city and learn about its traditions.

  • Camp Royal Trail
  • 5 Days
  • Jaipur & Ranthambore, Rajasthan
  • October - April

‘Royalty’, the word is synonymous with the state of Rajasthan. The historic forts and palaces of the pink city are sure to transport you to a bygone era of grandeur. Catch a glimpse of glory and royalty while wandering through the majestic courtyards of the Amber fort. Marvel at the ingenuity of astronomical instruments built by Sawai Jai Singh II during the 18th century at Jantar Mantar.

Tread into the sparse, dry jungles of Ranthambore in pursuit of the elusive tiger. Situated at the junction of some of the oldest hill ranges, the Aravallis and Vindhyas, this rich ecosystem houses an incredible variety of flora and fauna.

Experience the vibrancy, culture and tradition of the rugged land of Rajasthan on this camp!

  • Camp Imperial Odyssey
  • 5 Days
  • Udaipur, Rajasthan
  • October- April

Udaipur is known for its history, culture, scenic locations and beautiful palaces that are shrouded in mystery and lore.

Having received a legacy of culturally significant spaces from the bygone era, Udaipur is the perfect blend of modern luxuries coupled with ancient royalty, seamlessly merging to form a mystical and breathtaking landscape.

The lakes, temples, huge forts and palaces stand testimony to the rich inheritance of this city which has kept a balance between preserving rituals and traditions of the past while keeping up with the modern advancements and changes in lifestyle.

Witness the wonders of this slice of India with architectural and historical heritage sites, all while basking in the glow of magical City of Lakes.

Request a custom School Culture Camp exclusively designed for your school kids.

Looking for a unique, once in a lifetime experience? We customise camps for groups of more than 10 guests. You just need to get your group together, we do the rest.

curriculum-based camps for schools

We design customised camps for leading schools from various educational boards. If you represent a school, please click your board that represents your school.