Want to build a rocket with your friends? Pluck fruits from an orchard? And learn how to produce electricity from fruits?
At Camp Curious, you can do all this and much more!
It’s a one-of-its kind science and nature camp, organized by Sterrenlab, a leading science camp organizer in Europe, and Rustic Holidays, a nature resort located in Tural village in Maharashtra, about 280 km from Mumbai, India.
You can conduct many exciting science experiments—build models, understand the chemical reactions of cooking, read minds using mathematics, and create a tornado in a bottle! And when you are not playing scientist, you can explore the beautiful lovely natural surroundings of Tural village: go on a trek, ride a boat in the lake, visit the natural hot springs, play games, and discover traditional arts and crafts.
Here’s how a week at Camp Curious will be like: the full programme.
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Rustic Holidays is a natural resort located in Tural village, about 280 km from Mumbai.
The resort is spread over 135 acres of lush green land. Camp participants will stay in a beautiful 200-year-old ancestral home (known as wada locally) that has many simple but comfortable dorm-style rooms. Dorms for boys and girls will be separate.
The camp is open to a maximum of 75 children aged between 8 and 14 years.
Batch 1: 23-29 April 2014 (6 days, 7 nights)
Batch 2: 2-8 May 2014 (6 days, 7 nights)
(75 children max per batch)
INR 15,000 per participant.
With early-bird discount (before January 31, 2014):
INR 14,000 per participant.
The fee includes full board accommodation (all meals), constant staff supervision, cost of supplies for scientific experiments, excursions within Tural, and transport to and from Rustic Holidays to a location within Mumbai city.
Note that this does not include pocket money or money for phone calls.
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Please fill the online pre-registration form below. Once you submit this, you will be contacted by a Camp Curious representative to complete the payment and registration process.
Registration closes on 31 March 2014.