Cavaliers Adventure Club

Great characters are created under extreme circumstances and challenges. Leadership being the core of our curriculum, such a feat of leadership experience in real scenario, will stand tall in alignment with our vision of creating global leaders of 21st century.

Why We Exist

“We can take others only as far as we have gone by ourselves”.
An integral aspect of Adventure-based and Experiential Learning is the richness and ruggedness of the challenging experiences one has gone through, and the wide perspective of life and ability to understand diversity in people, gained in the process. This extreme experience will be significant to enlarge and enrich individuals who dares to.

“By climbing mountains, we conquer and purify ourselves”.
The ultimate goal of all work and challenges taken by a man is to express his true identity and set new standards of excellence for mankind. Adventures will help in achieving the goal of human development at organizational level.

“By doing great deeds, the biggest reward is not what we achieve but what we become in the process”
By engaging in such audacious and courageous endeavors, the participants will develop a high level of mental toughness, emotional stability, physical endurance and spiritual resilience, which will enable them to deal with problems of different shapes and sizes in their life.

Who We Are

Capt Bijoy Bose has adequate exposure across Indian sub continent and various foreign countries who can manage & conduct tours at home and abroad. He is a die-hard soldier for life. A veteran Infantryman of The Prestigious Indian Army who has been in action in the Operation Parakram during 2001 and in counter insurgency operations in J&K, A trained mountaineer who had served in the highest battle field of the world “The Siachen Glaciers”.

Undergone High Altitude Mountaineering Course at Siachen Battle School (SBS).

Undergone Training for Acclimatization at various heights ranging from 9000 ft to 17000 ft.

Have successfully commanded men in the areas of Southern Glaciers and have scaled height at 22000 ft.

Conducted Long Range Patrols, comprising over 20 participants at Peer Ki Gali and Trekked across Pir Panjal Ranges.

A disciplinarian, with a zest for timelines and precision, ensures he and his team are bang on target in the truest spirit of being an officer and a gentleman.

Harshali VartakHarshali Vartak is trained at Nehru Institute of Mountaineering (NIM) Uttarkashi, Basic & Advance Mountaineering Course, active in trekking activities in Sahyadris and Himachal.

She has been to most of the forts and mountains in and around Sahyadris. She is actively taking up leadership responsibilities and guiding youngsters especially girls to get to know our mountains better. Seeing her enthusiasm and passion she trains and technically leads the team and assists throughout the expedition enabling successful summiting. It takes lot of guts and passion to achieve what Harshali has achieved which can be utilized as a great inspiration for the girls/ladies of your organization.

Harshali’s Achievements (Expeditions/Treks) can be seen as under:

Mt. Friendship Peak (5289m) Pir Panjal range, Manali Sep 2011, Mt Hanuman Tibba (5990m) Pir Panjal range Aug 2012, Mt. Yunam (6118m) Nharatpur in Manali Leh Highway Aug 2013, Mt. Menthosa (6443m) Second highest peak in Lahual Spiti Himachal Aug 2015, Sumitted DKD (Draupadi ka Danda) Rambo Rock in 2016, Sandakphu-Gurdum Trek with YHI Nov 2009, Dalhousie Trek with YHI Jan 2011, Jaisalmer Desert Expedition Dec 2012, Roopkund Trek May 2017, Kedarnath Trek May 2018, Nandadevi East Base Camp May 2018.