If panoramic views of mountains, mesmerizing sunrises, starlit clear skies, chatting and singing around a bonfire in chilly evenings, walking in snow are some of the things that give you a high, our trips are made for you!
Outdoers curates trails and camping options across the sub-continent that are suited for groups comprising young children. We throw in a wee bit of learning about local flora and fauna, star gazing, bird-watching etc., and add a wee bit of adventure activities such as white-water rafting or valley crossing to craft those perfect family vacations and outdoor school programs.
Despair not if you are not “family” or a school group. We have several interesting options in store for you too.
So go ahead, explore, see what catches your fancy and get back to us!
Mehgalaya, the land of superlatives, beckons – you can discover on this trek in this tiny north-eastern state, the tallest single-drop waterfall in India, the two rainiest places in the world, the cleanest village in Asia, the longest cave system in India and so on.
Trek the unexplored Goa! Stay at an idyllic, comfortable village homestay in the Western Ghats. Be pampered by host tribal family! Trek to nearby view points and marvelous waterfalls. Spend a day at a pristine beach place in or around Goa.
Deoriya Tal is one of the most picturesque camping spots that is easily accessible to one and all. This fairly simple trek has all the elements to make it a very satisfying and rewarding one – a serene lake, rolling green meadows, an ancient temple and climbing a peak that offers a 360 degree view of the Garhwal Himalayas.
Nestled in the lesser Himalayan region of Kumaon, Binsar sanctuary is a haven for nature lovers. This trek through Binsar is an ideal beginners’ low-altitude trek. It is simple enough and amply rewarding with idyllic homestays, commanding views of the Kumaon Himalayas, rhododendron and pine forests, an intriguing cluster of temples and so on.
The Meghalaya trek was a wonderful experience which included beautiful sights, good exercise and loads and loads of fun. It was a good opportunity to learn more about the Khasi way of life.
I loved the Meghalaya - Khasi hills trek! Slightly slippery terrain but with expert people accompanying us, finished it with ease. The accommodations were very comfortable, food was very healthy and tasty. The treks were well planned children got to see and learn new things like the double-decker bridge, Atlas moth, lillies etc. They very gladly and happily pushed there limits...enjoyed every day of the trek. Enjoyed canyoning. Thank u for the wonderful experiences. Looking forward for more..
Outdoers organizes treks that have taken us into a whole new world of mountains and rivers and green….humbling us with every step. A lot of groups have taken up the task of giving us city folks a chance to experience the pristine nature, but Shyam keeps it real and so the trail selected is always inspected by him in advance and he puts his mind into each of ours’ to check if we’re ready for the physical requirement demanded by the said trek. There is immense care taken to make sure no one’s left behind and ample pep talk to rejuvenate the tired member. He's also full of unique information about the flora & fauna that one may not find otherwise online, this keeps the children glued to the trail…excited about encountering adventure.
This year was my third trek with outdoors and for someone scared of rock climbing and cold weather ,that means they’re doing something very right to make me want to return again and again….
Here’s wishing Outdoers all the best and hoping they continue doing their wonderful job of providing us with mind blowing experiences every year.
I went for my first Himalayan trek to Kedarkantha along with my daughter through Outdoers. Outdoers made it an unforgettable exprience for us and it will be cherished forever. The were there at every step and we had an amazing time.
We went on the Binsar trek with Outdoers and had a one of a kind experience. The trek was well planned for families with small kids. The homestays were memorable, warm people who made us feel welcome and at home. We had sumptuous meals that were simple and nutritious. Shyam is very knowledgeable. Activities like treasure hunts and bird-watching trips engaged the kids and adults equally.