CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY THROUGH ADVENTURE
In support of International Women’s Day, adventure travel specialist Life Away From Life is organising an Adventure Day Out to inspire the adventurous female spirit.
Help us celebrate the collective spirit of women and the beauty of their diversity on International Women’s Day through some exciting adventures.
International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day is marked on March 8. It’s a celebration of the impact women make on the world, and a call to action to create a more equal and inclusive world.
Here’s how you can show your support for womankind : Don your sport shoes for an Adventure Day Out and get ready for adventures with a difference.
Adventure Day Out
Take a break from your daily routine
Join for a day of easy adventures at Kamshet near Mumbai.
Accompanied by expert instructors, you’ll venture through adventures like; Kayaking, Rock Climbing, Rope knots workshop and lots more.
Whether you’re new to Kayaking or Rock climbing or looking to meet other like-minded people, LAFL qualified instructors will be on hand with tips and advice to safely get the most out of your adventure day out.
The day is intended to encourage and support female participation in outdoor adventure sports.
- Easy adventures for beginners and enthusiast.
- Transport from Mumbai in A/C bus. ( designated start & end point).
- Just 100 kms from Mumbai.
- Safe and clean campsite .
- Expert instructors for adventure activities.
- Good safety equipment for all activities.
- “Importance of adventure sports in women life ” workshop by an expert.
- Filtered hygienic water for drinking.
- Healthy vegetarian food.
- Spaced out activities so that they are done in a relaxed manner.
Whats Kayaking ???
Kayaking is the use of a kayak for moving across water. It is distinguished from canoeing by the sitting position of the paddler and the number of blades on the paddle. A kayak is a low-to-the-water, canoe-like boat in which the paddler sits facing forward, legs in front, using a double-bladed paddle to pull front-to-back on one side and then the other in rotation. Most kayaks have closed decks, although sit-on-top and inflatable kayaks are growing in popularity as well
Can I kayak if I don’t know how to swim?
One of the frequent questions we get at “The Kayakers” is: “Do I have to know how to swim to take a kayak lesson or go paddling?” The short answer is: “Absolutely NOT!”
Although it’s better to be able to swim than not be able, the longer answer is there is no need for you to be able to swim when you go kayaking, or you are just learning to kayak, for several reasons.
We never go kayaking without a “PFD” or personal floatation device. Only a very small percentage of humans cannot float without aid. But all people can float for an extended period of time with little effort while wearing a PFD. Wearing a PFD helps you float if you come out of your kayak and it helps you re-enter your kayak with less effort. And even if you’re the best swimmer in the world, a PFD will help keep you afloat.
- Arrive at campsite. Welcome & Registrations formalities.
- Introduction to adventure activities
- Rock climbing activity
- Lunch break
- Kayaking activity
- Hi Tea
- “Importance of Adventure in Life”workshop
- Ropes knots workshop
- Drive back to Mumbai
|INCLUDED||Travel from Mumbai to camp and back,||Breakfast / Lunch & Hi tea|
|LAFL Service Charges||Instructors|
|NOT INCLUDED||All insurance||Personal medical requirements|
|Personal expenses of any kind||All not mentioned in the ‘Included’ section|