Roopark New Project Roopark Village

Roopark green zone

 

WHY CHOOSE US ?
  • We Can Understand You Better
  • We Can Serve You Better
To Give You Something Better For You And Your Next Gen

 

ROOPARK ADVENTURE BEES OFFERS
  • Complete Silent Green Space
  • Better Co-ordinator
  • Expart Supervission
  • Perfect Comfort Zone

 

TEAM BUILDING & DESTRESSING PROGRAME
Camp Schedule
1st day
Camp Inauguration/Registration 12 - 12:30 P.M
Lunch 1: 30 - 2:15 P.M
Allotment and set up 2:30 P.M onwards
Introduction and briefing 4:30 P.M
Camp Craft 5.30 P.M
Evening Tea 6:30 P.M
Audio Visual Show 7:00 - 8:00 P.M
Group Discussion 8:00 - 8:30 P.M
Dinner 9:00 P.M
2nd day
Warm up / Yoga 6:00 A.M
Breakfast 7:30 A.M
March to Adventure zone for activities 8 A.M
Lunch at Site 1:30 P.M
Tea break at camp 6:00 P.M
Cultural Programme/Group activities 6:30 P.M - 8:30 P.M
Dinner 9:00 P.M
3rd day
Breakfast 7:30 A.M
Mountain trekking 8:00 P.M
Lunch at Site 1:30 P.M
Back to camp Site 5:00 P.M
Tea time 6:00 P.M
Camp Fire 6:30 P.M
Feast 9:30 P.M
4th day
Warm up / Yoga 6:30 A.M
Breakfast 7:30 A.M
March to Adventure zone for activities 8 A.M
Lunch at Site 1:30 P.M
Tea break at Site 5:00 P.M
Back to camp site 6:30 P.M
Camp closing 6:45 P.M
Dinner 8:00 P.M
Move from camp site 9:00 P.M
Type of Adventure
  • Jungle Hiking
  • Mountain Trekking
  • Rock Climbing/Rappelling
  • Nature Study
  • Star/Bird Watching
  • Obstacle Games
  • Water sports
  • Para Gliding
  • Snow Skiing
  • Camp Fire
  • Camp Craft
  • Self Cooking
  • Audio Visual Show

ROOPARK PRESENTS
Green Camp

Successfully meeting challenges, a feature of virtually all wilderness experiences, leads to self-confidence and improved self-esteem. This is true for a wide range of programs, including wilderness therapy, Rock climbing, Jungle hiking, Nature study, adventure obstacles games, Water sports, Aero sports

Where the past and the present live in perfect harmony, dancing streamsand river intersperse with sun-dappled waves there we are with our priceless service and support................in core of mother NATURE.

NATURE CAN DO WONDER
Following is a summary of the many benefits that regular play in nature has for children
  • Children with symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are better able to concentrate after contact with nature.
  • Children with views of and contact with nature score higher on tests of concentration and self-discipline. The greener, the better the scores .
  • Children who play regularly in natural environments show more advanced motor fitness, including coordination, balance and agility, and they are sick less often.
  • When children play in natural environments, their play is more diverse with imaginative and creative play that fosters language and collaborative skills.
  • Exposure to natural environments improves children's cognitive development by improving their awareness, reasoning and observational skills.
  • Nature buffers the impact of life's stresses on children and helps them deal with adversity. The greater the amount of nature exposure, the greater the benefits.
  • Early experiences with the natural world have been positively linked with the development of imagination and the sense of wonder.
  • Wonder is an important motivator for life long learning.
  • Children who play in nature have more positive feelings about each other.
  • Natural environments stimulate social interaction between children.
  • Outdoor environments are important to children's development of independence and autonomy.
  • Green Exercise Reduces Depression and Aggression in Adults and Kids.
  • Getting back to nature, whether a vigorous activity such as hiking, or a gentle stroll, can improve emotional and mental well-being as well as physical health.
  • Contact with nature does more than boost personal well-being, it can even help cure social ills, reducing violence and crime rates.
  • Greenery helps to relax and renew and reduce aggression.
  • Relaxation and stress reduction.
  • Benefits for children's attention. Contact with even very small green spaces in cities leads to improvement in children's abilities to pay attention, delay gratification, and manage impulses. Contact with nature reduces symptoms associated with Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder in children.