WELCOME TO HIMALAYAN CAMP
CAC Allrounder is a pioneer in introducing Himalayan camps for school children, college students, and people from every walk of life. Over sixteen years of creativeness in Himalayan environment has made CAC Allrounder a unique experience for today"s youth to challenge themselves, gain confidence and expand their horizons.
Our activities are designed according to children's age. As child gets older, their program allows them to face the challenges according to their capabilities. Our camps are also designed for families road trip to Leh-to- Manali-to- Leh cycling expedition,that are caravan assisted, along with motor bike tours in the Himalayas. We have our basecamps at the scenically beautiful Shanag Village, near Manali.
CAC Allrounder conducts various adventure activities in the Himalayas during summer. These activities include Trekking, Rock Climbing, River crossing, Rafting, an exclusive walk to explore flora & fauna of lower himalaya, camping excursions and many more. We have a fully functional base camp at Manali and services of dedicated certified experienced instructors.
Stunning views are what prompt many to go trekking, but the Himalayas is an incredibly diverse region culturally. For those who want to combine great walking with gaining an insight into how people live in such an extraordinary region, there's now a wide range of holidays offering treks combined with other activities.
The experience rendered by the Trans Himalayan spectacles in wake of jeep safari tours in Leh-Ladakh. Cruising through the high altitude destinations of Leh-Ladakh, it is this journey that exposes you to explore the alleys of Ladakh like never before. The mountainous valleys along with winding passes are simply an incredible experience to cherish forever
The Manali-Leh cycling tour is one of the most scenic, challenging and popular mountain biking routes in the world. You cover 550 km over 10 days going past many high passes – Rohtang (3900 m), Baralacha La (4800 m), Nakee La (4900 m), Lachung La (5050 m), Tanglang La (5260 m and the world’s second highest motorable road). The road is a mix of tarmac and unmetalled roads.