Nature is the best teacher! Send your little ones on a nature trail in Mahim Nature Park as we help them understand the plants and butterflies around us. Observe and learn from our expert how to identify different types of leaves, understand the role of butterflies and lots more!
Introduction to trails, Introduction to the plant world, Understand role of butterflies and insects, Spend time in the lap of nature and away from screens.
Participants Love this Camps
I just wanted to thank you for making my son Jatin's summer camp experience OUTSTANDING! You guys are "THE BEST!" One of the most rewarding things that Jatin expressed was " It was just like the video, everyone was awesome!"
Samatha Ravi, Parent, Hyderabad
Meet the Trailblazers team at Mahim Nature Park entrance at 8am.
Orientation, fun icebreakers and say bye to your parents as you set off on a nature trail. Learn more about the natural world of flowers, plants and butterflies.
No camp is complete without fun team games. Also learn how to make origami butterflies. Break for light snacks.
Fill your Young Adventurer Course log book as you successfully complete Level 2 of the course.
Group picture, closing ceremony and return back to the entrance at 12pm to meet your parents after a fun and energizing nature trail.
What To Pack
What to wear-
1. Comfortable loose t-shirt and trousers for nature trail and games
2. Sports shoes
3. Light jacket (if required)
What to carry-
1. A small knapsack with light snacks
2. Water Bottle
3. Cap and sunglasses
4. A diary and a pen/ pencil
5. Log Book (for those who have attended Level 1-Child vs Wild)
6. ID card
Our camps are custom designed to help children learn from mother nature. Each camp offers an unforgettable outdoor experience and help develop leaderships qualities, beliefs and independence of thought; all in a fun way with the help of our professionally trained and friendly outdoor trainers. Please click a camp to view details of our camp experience, past camps, and hear what parents and teachers have to say about their experiences.