Join us on an adventure of a lifetime exploring and studying the marine life. Come to Dunni Point & CEE's Sundarvan Marine Camp at Beyt Dwarka.
Between 50-60 participants. However, smaller groups and even families can join the camp at special charges.
Camp Fees (Okha to Okha)
Students : Rs. 3000/participant
Family Group : Rs. 4500/participant in a group
Open batch : Rs. 3000/participant
Beach Combing: Get ready for a hands-on and feet-in experience; explore corals and aquatic life; observe the play of tides; marvel at the stars; visit temples; bathe in the sea and with luck get a glimpse of dolphins gambolling in the high seas.
CEE Sundarvan announces a series of EXCITING Camps in January and February, 2020
We organize a special one-day visit to a nearby island on request from the group leader at an extra cost. However, the Camp Coordinator's decision will be final in this regard.
How to book the camp?
An advance deposit of Rs. 500/- (Rupees Five Hundred Only) per participant is required for camp booking. Please note that this is non-refundable, non-transferable and non-adjustable. A full batch can be booked by depositing Rs. 25,000/- as booking amount. Balance fees can be paid at the time of reporting at the campsite. For every 15 paying participants ONE escort will be allowed free. All others will pay the full camp fees
How to pay?
Booking can be made by Demand Draft/local Cheque drawn in favor of “NFD CEE A/C NATURE CAMPS”. The fees can also be paid in cash at CEE Studio (Sundarvan Camping Group) or directly at the campsite against issue of CEE Receipt. Campers also now have an option of transferring the camp fees by electronic transfer
Stay, Supervision & Instruction
Marine campers will reside in well ventilated and comfortable huts made of jute materials or in tents at Beyt near the Gulf of Kutch.
Campers are typically roomed with accommodation of 8 campers per tent.
A Camp Coordinator, camp assistant / volunteers are present 24 hrs. a day.
Marine camp instructors are experienced current and former CEE Staff.
What to carry?
It is advisable that the participants travel light and pack rucksacks with basic minimum item/s.
Full sleeved cotton shirt, T-shirts & 2 shorts/skirts swim wear, canvas shoe and 2 pairs cotton shocks, slippers/floaters, sun cap, woolen clothes, light bedding/sleeping bag/bedsheet, water bottle, towel, napkin, torch (a must), camera/binocular, notepad and pen
About CEEs Sundarvan Nature Camp
Sundarvan's Nature camps promote environmental education through field activities and expose people to the therapeutic influences of outdoor living. These camps provide practical experience in living with natural surroundings and instil basic values that promote harmonious interactions with elements of nature. The camps are excellent tools for introducing many concepts that are normally taught in classrooms.
Established as a Centre of Excellence of the Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Government of India.