Located in the foothills of the lower western Himalayas at an altitude of 3,300 feet (1000 meters) above sea level, in village ‘Mahendrapur’, the camp is spread over 20 acres set amidst lush green forest alongside ‘Song River’.
Whether it's a family weekend getaway, corporate outbound training or a school adventure trip, Camp Maldevta is an ideal destination providing a range of adventure & water based activities (Obstacle course, Natural Wall Climbing, Rappelling, Ground Sports, short treks, hiking, swimming, body surfing, air rifle shooting, bird watching, cycling, cave exploration). Rafting can be arranged in Yahhuna, approx 65 km from the camp.
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Accommodation: We have 30 Canvas tents with an area of 10 by 12 feet permanently fixed. The tents have front zipped entrance, with two beds. Each bed has clean mattresses, bed sheet spread with quilts and pillows. The tents are pitched in a well spread out area, raised 2 feet above the ground.
The camp has the capacity to cater to a large group of upto 1000 people at a time.
Toilets and Washroom: Toilets at the camp are situated in a central compound. There are16 units of western toilets and 5 units of Bathrooms having running water provision. Hot water is made available through Hamams/Geysers on request. All toilets have paper/tissue roll, & dustbin. There are 6 circular and artistic Washbasins for hand wash etc.
Swimming Pool: Coming Soon.
Lounge: Lounge area situated under the Pilkhan Tree is the central sitting area for guests who want to relax during the day. Its split in two steps for bar (on request only) and sit outs. The shade of the Pilkhan tree keeps the lounge area cool even during a hot summer day. Meals for small groups are generally served here.
Service and Dining: Fine dining and professional service are few of the core values of Camp Red Stone. Our kitchen is equipped with modern facilities and maintained with hygienic conditions. We serve Indian cuisine along with local delicacies. Vegetarian /Non-vegetarian food, bar-be-que are also arranged around the campfire.
Hiking: Hiking/Trekking: The camp site presents endless avenues for the hiking enthusiasts. From a 2 hour hike in the surrounding area to a full day hike crossing rivers and sulphur springs, dams & more.
Rock Climbing: This is an activity in which participants climb up, down or across natural rock formations. Rock climbing is a physically & mentally demanding sport, one that often tests a climber's strength, endurance, agility and balance along with mental control.
Rappelling: This exercise of using the ropes and harness helps you to learn the skills of climbing down.
River Crossing: You also learn the act of river crossing over the base tied across the stream near the camp.
Ground Zorbing: A zorbing ball is a double-sectioned sphere, wherein one ball is placed inside the other. Both the balls are separated by a layer of air between them. The ride is extremely safe as the rider is harnessed inside the inner ball and all the violent bouncing is absorbed by the bigger ball outside. As the ball starts to roll, the rider tumbles and spins around, enjoying the revolving view outside. A fun-filled experience, rides in zorbing balls are becoming increasingly popular among all age groups.
Cave Exploration: This in itself is a unique activity around our camp area. The cave has stalactites and stalagmites formation (which takes many years to form). You reach the cave by doing a short trek and then explore the cave from inside.
Sports: Body Surfing: Moving from one point to the other with the flow of the river. This is seasonal since flow of the river current changes with time.
Obstacle Course: A nature course obstacle course is set up with burma bridge, flying fox, balancing beam.
By Air: The Jolly Grant Airport is about 60 km from Camp.
By Rail: A number of trains are available for Dehradun.