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Polo Forest 1-Day Trek - Idar, Gujarat

Polo Forest 1-Day Trek

1 Days / 0 Nights
6km 8 to 35 years
Invincible NGO
800

Packages

  • Ahmedabad to Ahmedabad

  • ₹ 800

Guidelines to the Participants for safe camping.

  1. Using Face Mask/Face Cover is compulsory
  2. Aarogya Setu App on your mobile phone is mandatory, before commencing Bus journey & during the camping duration.
  3. Maintain Social Distancing and Wash Hands Frequently, Avoid handshakes with other participants and staff members.
  4. Must Carry personal hand sanitizers to use during activities/camping
  5. The Participants are advised to Carry personal items for safe camping like Plate/lunch box for meals, mug, spoons, water bottle.
  6. Try to avoid touching at any place like handlebars, supporting bars in a bus, automated water taps, sanitizer machines, etc.
  7. Use dustbins for garbage and mask disposal.

Guidelines to the Respective Managers/Volunteers/Instructors for safe camping.

Bus Transportation

  1. The bus should be fully sanitized in 3 hours before the departure.
  2. The operators should be medically fit and should be using the Aarogya Setu App
  3. Clean and sanitize the bus twice a day.
  4. There should be compartment/divider between driver and passenger seats
  5. Handlebars of the entrance and doors should be sanitized frequently.
  6. There should be a temperature check before the passengers board the bus.
  7. The seat allotment should be done considering the social distancing rules. Every alternate seat should be left vacant.

Kitchen & Dining

  1. Masks and Hand gloves are compulsory for the cooking staff
  2. Kitchen and Dining area to be cleaned and sanitized frequently, at least thrice a day.
  3. Participants will be advised carrying personal plates/lunchboxes, spoon & mug to stay contact-free.
  4. Participants are encouraged to enjoy meals in open areas and if the dining area is used, then keep a minimum of 6 feet distance between 2 people.
  5. Watertanks and RO plants are out of reach for all the ranks (participants, instructors, and staff members)

Campsite & Washroom Area

  1. The whole campsite to be cleaned and sanitized daily.
  2. Close fall ins, campfire, Musical Evenings to be avoided.
  3. Every participant would pass through a temperature test to ensure the safety and spread of infection.

  • Harnav Dam
  • Sharneshwar Temple
  • Polo Forest 
  • Mango Mountain
  • Jain Temples 
  • Polo Monuments
  • Botanical Garden

Tentative Schedule

  • Departure for Polo Forest at early morning 5 AM from Ahmedabad
  • After breakfast Trek to 'Maango' Mountain
  • Lunch & Local Site seeing
  • In the Evening Departure for Ahmedabad

Kindly take a humble note that this is adventurous camping planned to project youth into adventure and Himalayan exploration. Please do not consider this as a tour and Invincible as a tour operator. Our idea is purely to serve adventure with a heritage touch.

Inclusion: 

  • Traveling from Ahmedabad to Ahmedabad by Bus
  • Food (Breakfast + Lunch)
  • Trekking & Sightseeing
  • Volunteers & Instructor
  • First Aid Support & Much More...

*The schedule is subject to change as per the weather conditions. Any change in schedule or cancellation of the trek can be done without giving any prior information.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation would be granted by the Project Manager or Higher Authorities on receiving cancellation request through registered mail ID only. The cancellation Amount will be counted on total fees only.
The refund amount will be paid in 7 to 12 working days through an AC payee cheque.

Before more than 40 days of expedition,   10%
Before 21 to 40 days of expedition,   25%
Before 11 to 20 days of expedition,   40%
Before 1 to 10 days of expedition,   60%
In last 24 hours of Departure,     90%

Discipline

✓ This is an Adventure Camp and not a leisure tour, so we expect a high level of discipline
✓ Participants will have to follow the instructions clearly given by the volunteer/guide, Misbehave/Arguing with the volunteers/guide/instructors will be considered as disciplinary issues
Smoking, Alcohol, Tobacco & Abusive Language are strictly prohibited and if anyone found suspect in such cases, the participation will be terminated and no further service/return ticket/refund will be offered then after
✓ Accommodation & Sanitary Facilities for Girls & Boys are separate
✓ Punctuality is taken as serious matter

Change Of Schedule

✓ In case of unforeseen conditions, the schedule/itinerary can be modified/cancelled
✓ Invincible reserves all rights to cancel/shorten/modify the itinerary, and the final decision is authorized with the trustee team

 The registration can be done online by clicking given date on website.

There are 2 way for fees payment...
1. Online Fees Payment
2. Cash/Cheque Payment at Office

Registration is considered as confirmed only on fees submission.

How to organize a special camp?
Special camps can be organized by sending a request application on the NGO mail ID [email protected]

The fees structure would be same for the group of the fixed strength.

We will Depart from Ahmedabad (near Gujarat University) on the early morning of the date shown on the website at 5:30 AM.

Returning time would be approximate 9:00 PM.


Invincible NGO - Usmanpura Char Rasta - RTO Circle - Vishat Circle - Tapovan Circle - Dholakuva Circle(Kudasan) - Chiloda - Prantij - Himatnagar - Idar - Polo Forest

The Polo Forest area was a part of a vast territory and Vijaynagar was the capital 600 years back. The ancient city was a pilgrimage for the Jains and Shivadharmi people of the area. The jungle has 4 sculptured gates made of local sedimentary rocks in each direction. The development of the city was done along the river banks of Harnav. The temples were destroyed by the Mughals and now are the heritage sites. The jungles are rich with many wild animals like leopards and bears. Spiders and pythons are also found in the dense jungle area. In tress, here are more than 600 types. Many species of water birds and crabs are also found in the river and reservoir. The area is a sanctuary and being maintained by the Dholwani range forest department. The government has also established a campsite with a view to provide nature education and develop the site as a tourism place.

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