07 – 11 Nov 2021
Camp Date
4 days

Beyt Dwarka is a famous religious Hindu pilgrim place. But besides that, it has much more to offer. The place is rich in a variety of winter migratory birds and marine life such as corals, sea anemones, crabs, puffer fish, star fish, jelly fish, octopuses, sea snakes and dolphins all of which are an integral part of the marine ecosystem that exists in Beyt Dwarka. It takes around 45 minutes via boat from Okha jetty to reach the island. It is a sandy belt in the Gulf of Kutch which is famous for its clear blue waters which are calm and safe. Wilderness India’s “Explore Life Underwater camp” to Beyt Dwarka will take you to this magical, beautiful, untouched and enchanting island.

The place is one of the very few islands on the western coast of India where you can see both the sun rise and sun set from the ocean. People who have seen this breath taking view, take along with them a life time memory.

The accommodation at the camp site will be in unique “jute” tent huts. The place is entirely untouched by civilisation and you will be all by yourself at the camp site.


Exploring the sea shore and daily trekking on different parts of the island.

Star gazing sessions with experts.

Trips to see the marine ecosystem – coral, sponge, sea snake, starfish, puffer fish, octopus, sea anemone and if lucky even DOLPHIN !

Daily group bath in the ocean before sunrise and enjoying the sunrise from the ocean.

Trekking to a nearby dandy hanuman temple with experts explaining about the history and importance of the temple.

Sandcastle making, camp fun and nature games.


CAMP DATE07th to 11th November 2021
FEES PER PERSON₹ 5400 /- School Student

₹ 5800 /- Collage Student

₹ 7000 /- Adult (other than above)


Day 1

16:00 Departure from Surat

Day 2 - 3 - 4

Early Morning reach at Okha, Reach camp site by boat.
Exploring the sea shore and trekking, Session on tide, Lecture about mythology, importance of Dwarka in Hindu mythology, star gazing session with experts, trek to explore the marine ecosystem- Corals, Sponges, Sea snake, Starfish, Pufferfish, Octopus, Sea anemone etc. Dolphin watch, Daily sea bath, visit to Hanuman Dandi temple, Sand castle making, camp fun, nature games etc.

Day 4

Leave camp site in the evening

Day 5

Reach early morning at Surat.

  • Necessary Clothes (full pants & Full sleeve t-shirts preferable)
  • Towel, Napkin
  • Swim suit
  • Sweater / Jacket
  • Camp / Hat
  • Sun Glasses
  • Sports / Trekking Shoes
  • Sandles / Floaters
  • Water Bottle
  • Shoulder Bag for Trekking
  • Light Bedding
  • Camp / Hat
  • Mosquito Repellent Cream – Odomos (Compulsory)
  • Torch, Diary-Pen
  • Extra Plastic Bags
  • Dry Snacks for Travelling
  • Rehydrant (Glucon-D, Tang, Electral powder etc)
  • Sun Screen lotion
  • Personal medicines if any.
  • Alcohol, smoking and chewing pan masala is strictly prohibited.
  • Do not bring any valuable to the camp. Binoculars and cameras to be brought at owners risk.
  • Electric / Mobile / electronic entertainment gadgets are not encouraged.
  • Medical facility in the form of first-aid will be available and best care of the participants will be taken.
  • If you have a history of any communicable or infectious disease, please mention.
  • Lady volunteers will accompany and take care of female participants.
  • The activities listed above are subjected to change.
  • No refund will be made against cancellation.
  • It will be the personal responsibility of the participants to take care of their belongings.
  • No refund will be given in case the camp gets cancelled due to any unforeseen circumstances, act of God or force majeure. In this case, the amount will be adjusted in any other camp of wilderness India and can be used in 2 years from the date of cancelled camp.

Camp Reviews

5.00 based on 2 reviews
January 19, 2021

#Diwali is more than a #festival of #lights that comes at the end of #gujarati Vikram Savant year.
Each beginning of #Newyear after post Diwali our #family & #friends together spread #rays of #joy and #happiness with the #people around us.
This year we feel exuberant after spending our time at Beyt Dwarka with WildernessIndia

November 25, 2020

Yes I truly enjoyed the trip and five stars are not enough to rate the experience I had and the uncountable memories I made in the last few days.Kudos to team, Looking forward to more such experiences with you guys in the future. Cheers!

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