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Outlife Outdoor Summer camp - Bangalore - 12 May - 19 May 2024

Gear Up for the Outdoor & Adventure Summer Camp 12 May - 19 May 2024

Congrats! On registering for the summer camp at Bangalore

This page lists important information, documents for the summer camp happening from 12 May - 19 May 2024

Important Instructions for the Bangalore Camp 12 May - 19 May 2024

1. Documentation

Please Download, Print, Sign and Submit the following Documents at the Camp Desk on on 12 May 2024

2. Campsite Addres for Drop / Pickup

Outlife Bangalore Campsite Address 

Parents to drop the kids at the campsite on 12 May between 9 am – 10 am.

Camp Address: Camp Shrishti 659R+WCP Kamalapura, Kyathasandra, Bychapura, Karnataka 562111

Google Map Location:

Outlife Camp Incharge Phone: 7729988781

Note: Pickup or Drop from Home can be provided at a addtional cost of Rs 3500 per kid one way. 

Select Item

    Backpack/Rucksack for carrying all items to the camp.

      Bandanna/scarf /sun Hat/Cap

        Small Day Pack / Small Bag to carry things each day at camp.

          Dress clothes - 4 set Full sleeve Tshirts / Full Track Pants / Under Garments

            Night Wear - Pyjamas and Tshirts.

              Hygiene products and Toiletries

                Mosquito repellent cream

                  UV protection cream / Sun Screen Cream

                    Washing Soap for clothes

                      Toilet / Tissue paper

                        Canvas / Sports/ Trekking shoes

                          Comb or Brush

                            Slippers/ Floaters

                              1 Poncho / Rain Coat
                              Select Item

                                *Steel Plate, Steel Mug, Spoon and a Empty Snacks Box

                                  *1 Bed Sheet/Blanket

                                    *Toothbrush and toothpaste

                                      *Bathing Soap and Shampoo


                                          *Towel and Napkin

                                            *Reusable 1 litre water bottle

                                              Umbrella/Rain coat

                                                2 Garbage Bags

                                                  5 pair Socks

                                                    Zip-locks to keep small items together

                                                      *Notebook and pen/pencil *Spare Specs

                                                        Camera (Optional)

                                                        Note: No OUTSIDE SNACKS/FOOD, No SPRAYS/DEODORANT/PERFUMES (Which may attract insects so plz avoid), No Cosmetic Products Allowed in the Camp.

                                                        Preparing Your Child for Their First Camp Experience

                                                        Sending your child to an outdoor summer camp for the first time can be exciting, but also a bit daunting. Preparation is key to ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience for your child.

                                                        Firstly, it’s important to talk to your child about what to expect at camp. Discuss the activities they’ll be doing, the friends they’ll make, and the fun they’ll have. This can help to build excitement and reduce any anxiety they may have.

                                                        Next, involve your child in the packing process. This can help them to feel more prepared and in control. It can also be a good opportunity to discuss the importance of each item they’re packing.

                                                        Lastly, reassure your child that it’s normal to feel a bit nervous or homesick at first. Let them know that the camp staff are there to help and that they can always reach out to them if they need anything.

                                                        Now, let’s delve into more detail about what to pack and how to handle homesickness and other challenges.

                                                        Handling Homesickness and Other Challenges

                                                        Homesickness is a common challenge for kids attending camp for the first time. It’s important to reassure your child that this is a normal feeling and that it usually passes after a few days.

                                                        Before camp, discuss strategies for coping with homesickness. This could include keeping a journal, writing letters home, or bringing a comforting item from home.

                                                        It’s also important to encourage your child to reach out to the camp staff if they’re feeling homesick or facing any other challenges. The staff are there to help and will have plenty of experience dealing with these issues.

                                                        Lastly, remind your child of all the fun activities they’ll be doing and the new friends they’ll be making. This can help to shift their focus from what they’re missing at home to the exciting experiences they’ll be having at camp.

                                                        Please make sure your ward/child understands the expectations from him/her and it’s advisable to let them read this document in its entirety

                                                        Camp Start: Camp will start on 12 May 2024. Kids are to be dropped at the Campsite by 11 am

                                                        Visiting Camp

                                                        The Camp will be very busy with activities and parents are discouraged from
                                                        visiting the camp or calling as it interferes with the schedule. In case of
                                                        Emergency contact with the Outlife Team.

                                                        Participant Phone Use

                                                        The camp experience is a way for children to develop a greater sense of
                                                        independence. Therefore, no phone is available for participants to routinely
                                                        make or receive calls. Cell Phones Not Allowed.

                                                        Contacting Your Ward In An Emergency

                                                        We discourage parents from talking to their child during the entire duration
                                                        of the camp as it interferes with their becoming independent and selfconfident. In emergency circumstances, please get in touch with the Outlife

                                                        Parent Communication
                                                        Staff are trained to handle day-to-day situations that may arise during your
                                                        child’s stay at camp in a safe and caring manner. Instances when you might
                                                        expect to hear from camp staff for consultations or to arrange to pick up
                                                        your child may include:
                                                        •Behavioral issues including bullying or verbal or physical aggression.
                                                        •Severe homesickness
                                                        •Illness with a fever over 100*F
                                                        •If your child receives medical care apart from regular first aid
                                                        •Daily Camp Updates would be shared with parents through Whatsapp by the
                                                        end of the day on by the basis of convenience.

                                                        Camp Final Day:

                                                        Parents are requested to arrive at campsite by 10 am for kids presentation. Those who cannat attend the presentation are requestd to pickup the child by 12:00 pm from campsite. Camp ends by 12:00pm on the last day.

                                                        • Participants should be able to carry their own luggage so avoid over packing.
                                                        • Please label all belongings with your child’s name.
                                                        • Since participants spend the majority of their time outside, please send clothing that is not expensive or new.
                                                        • Important: Participants have to label their clothing and belongings with their name with a marker pen
                                                        On Special Note:: Avoid tight clothing.

                                                        What not to bring to camp
                                                        • Cell phones, tabs, game players, Toys, DVD players, mp3 players, radios, e- readers, or video recorders or other electronic devices are not allowed in the camp. Any devices found will be confiscated and returned at end of the camp.
                                                        • Jewellery, expensive watches, Cash are not to be brought to the camp.
                                                        • Make-up or expensive clothing
                                                        • No perfumes or aerosol / pressured deodorants
                                                        • No Cosmetic Products
                                                        • Fireworks
                                                        • Personal sports equipment
                                                        • Knifes, Weapon, Sharp Objects, Matches, Cigarettes or alcohol are not allowed in the camp.
                                                        • Any prohibited items found with anyone will invite disciplinary action and removal from camp.
                                                        • No food, snacks or candy to be carried. Healthy veg meals and snacks will be provided to the kids at all times. Food at Camp is vegetarian only.

                                                        Outlife is committed to preserving the spirit of the Adventure camp. In our opinion, a cell phone, personal media players and other electronic devices
                                                        inhibits one’s link with camp experiences and diminishes the capacity to grow within a team and the natural environment. For these reasons we prohibit
                                                        participants from bringing cell phones and other electronics to camp. We have also found that kids who bring cell phones have a harder time adjusting to
                                                        camp life and can have more difficulty with homesickness. A large part of camp is learning to be independent and you can help your child
                                                        succeed by making sure the camp rules are followed.

                                                        Participants cannot leave the camp site on their own anytime during the entire duration of the camp without informing the instructors.
                                                        No arguing, name-calling, or swearing, biting or hair pulling. Fights and quarrels and bullying are not allowed on the camp. Any fighting may warrant a disciplinary action.

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