Nadabet (Greater Runn of Kutch)

Nadabet is a small Village/hamlet in Vav Taluka in Banaskantha. International border with Pakistan is a few km away from Nadabet. From there, one can see the Border from zero point facilitated by Border Security Force. It is also famous for the The Nadeshwari Mata Temple. Nadabet attracts large no. of Mirgratory Birds. One can see Flamingos, Pelicans etc. in huge nos.


Duration: 2 Days 1 Night – 26th and 27th January 2018 (Reporting at Nehru Nagar Char Rasta Circle on 26-Jan-18 at 5:45 am, Bus will start at 6:00 am sharp)

Age: Above 12 years

Camp Fees: 100 / – (YHAI fee) + Transportation, Food & Stay charges etc. are to be paid by Participant to concern agency
(Approximate total costs for camping will be Rs. 1400/- including YHAI fee)

Registration Start: 12 Jan 2018 Friday 6:00 pm to 7:45 pm at YHAI Ahmedabad Main Unit Office and onwards on discretionary basis. 
(YHAI Membership is must for Registration)
(Without Passport size photographs form will not be accepted)

Activities: Birds watching, Indo-Pakistan Sima Darshan (Subject to BSF Permission) Campfire, Wildlife quiz, star gazing etc.

Stay: Nadeshwari Mata Temple Dharamshala

Cancellation: Rs. 50 / – will be deducted if cancelled on or before 20 Jan ‘18.
No refund thereafter in any case.

You have to Bring:Walking or Trekking Shoes, Sun-Cap, Water Bottle, Light Bedding, Woolen Cloths, Lunch Box, Glass, Mug, Bowl, Spoon, Plate, Slippers, Personal Medicines, Mosquito repellant Cream, Pen, Notebook, Binoculars etc.
(No disposable / paper – Plate, Glass, Mug, Bowl, Spoon etc.)
As its Border Area, You need to carry ID Proof(Aadhar Card or License during the Visit) along with 1 Photo Copy

Location: 270 kms. from Ahmedabad. On Ahmedabad, Mehsana, Radhanpur, Sui Gam Route.

Note: The participant will have to participate at their own risk. YHAI or any YHAI office bearers or any agency or Government – shall not be responsible for any accident.
We reserve the rights to make necessary changes in the program any moment without informing the participants.

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