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Enjoy Tibetan-Themed Tents, Fairy Lights, Live Music & More At This Monsoon Camp

Bhavika posted on 30 June

What Is It?

Does the monsoon make you want slam down the laptop, reject all phone calls and frankly, tell the tantrums of the autowallah to take a hike? Us too, reader. Together, what we deserve is a nice, relaxing holiday away from where no one can trouble us. A really nice option is this a monsoon camp called Sirimiri, that is set up in Maharashtra’s Pali camp. In this beautiful and lush campsite, there are tents much like dorms {either stay individually and share}, rafting activities, making your own raft, barbecue and a lot more!

How Do I Get There?

The company takes you to the campsite and back, all you have to do is alight the bus which at the designated spot in Dadar, where the bus will alight from. They will coordinate with all the passengers and pick a few up from their homes or other locations, if convenient. The journey is only 2.5 hours away.

What's Awesome About It?

From what we see, the stay and campsite both are equally gorgeous. Organised by Moonstone Hammock, this camp have kept different themed tents with décor to go with – from a Tibetan themed one, to one with Bohemian décor. There is a fairy dust tent with lots of fairy lights for magical evenings, and even a black-and-white one for those who have a more understated style. The tents each have lights, and board games plus comfortable mattresses.

What If I'm Bored?

There’s zero-to-none chance for that, traveller. If you want to get out of the tent, there’s much to explore in the campground itself. First off, there will be sing-along sessions with a live band in the evenings. They will organise sunrise trails to the Pali dam, where you can sit by the water, or dip in. They will provide life jackets, so don’t worry about safety. They will also organise a barbecue evening, so meat on.

Don't Leave Home Without...

Walking shoes, change of clothes, snacks you like, a book, and if you can, a guitar. Also an open mind to make friends here.

So, We're Saying...

The cost is INR 3,190 onwards per head, and includes all costs of transportation, stay, evening snacks, dinner, breakfast for the next day, activities and more.
This time’s event is on July 15, and spots are still open.

Find out more on the event page here.

Follow them on Facebook here.



In case you miss out on this, they have camps set up twice a month, so you can check it out later as well.