Best Summer Camps For Children In Delhi

Wondering how to structure your child’s seemingly infinite summer time? Here are some summer camp suggestions to help you provide her with an amazing summer!

By Jasmine Kaur  • 7 min read

Best Summer Camps For Children In Delhi
Adventures await this summer

With increasing workload in schools, children today barely get enough time to explore other activities. So, this summer help your child engage in activities that will not only be fun but also be educational. Here are some summer camps in your city that promise a fun and fulfilling time for your child.

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1. AES Summer Programme

Ages: 5–18 years

Location: American Embassy School Chandragupta Marg, Chanakyapuri

Summer camp activities: Swimming, modelling airplanes, traditional karate, sculpture casting, public speaking, hip hop, gymnastics, storytelling and much more

Dates: June (Exact dates to be decided)

About the camp: There are more than a hundred activities for your child to choose from at this camp. With the flexible schedule they offer, you can choose up to three activities every day.

Contact: +91 (011) 2688 8854

Fees: Rs 4,177

2. Youreka Nature Campouts

Ages: 9–17 years

Location: Multiple locations like Kangra Forest Valley, Kangra, Himachal Pradesh; Honey Valley, Coorg, Karnataka; Serene Village, Bairagarh, Uttarakhand and Jungle Outback, Yercaud, Tamil Nadu

Summer camp activities: Outdoor Survival, Rock Force, Terrain Backpacking and other action packed activities.

Dates: Multiple sessions from April to June

About the camp: Committed to get young people fall in love with nature, this group has summer camps in various scenic locations. Not to mention the amazing and adventurous activities.

Contact: +91 1800 103 3301 or +91 (011) 4080 1100 or

Fees: Rs 24,900 to 34,900

3. Merry Spell Summer Camp

Ages: 3–12 years

Location: Multiple locations in NCR

Summer camp activities: Robotics, Public Speaking, design thinking, Brain-Boosting games, etc.

Dates: 13 May to 14 June

About the camp: This camp wants children to take ownership of their learning rather than being spoon-fed. They also emphasise the importance of interaction and creativity in learning.

Contact: +91 8826426919

Fees: Rs. 1,500

4. KIDZEE Summer Camp

Ages: 2–10 years

Location: Multiple locations across India (including Delhi)

Summer camp activities: Yoga, Art & Craft, Storytelling, Fireless Cooking, Dance, Puppetry, etc.

Dates: Exact dates to be decided

Contact: +91 9320063100 (you can find the number of your nearest KIDZEE centre on their website)

About the camp: The KIDZEE Summer Camp is conducted every summer between the months of April and May in all the KIDZEE Centres across India. It is a fun-filled event with multiple fun activities and workshops for the kids.

Fees: Rs. 7,500 (but varies from KIDZEE to KIDZEE)

5. Shiamak Summer Funk

Ages: 4 years and above

Locations: East of Kailash, Punjabi Bagh, Janak Puri, Gurgaon, Noida and Karkarduma in Delhi, along with others in Mumbai, Pune and Bengaluru.

Summer camp activities: Dance styles such as Bollywood, Hip Hop, Contemporary, etc.

Dates: 20 April onwards

About the camp: Founded by the famous dancer, Shiamak, this dancing school has been running for 25 years. Moreover, many Bollywood stars like Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan have been a part of this camp.

Contact: (011) 6603 3000-05

Fees: Rs. 4,900

6. ScienceUtsav

Ages: 6 years and above

Location: B-4/9 Safdarjung Enclave, Hauz Khas

Summer camp activities: Experiments, workshops, lectures, and so on.

Dates: 11 March to 1 May

About the camp: ScienceUtsav aims to build on the already growing interest in STEM education outside the traditional classroom. It also aims to engage children deeply in the scientific process.

Contact: +91 9035216333

Fees: Rs. 3,000 onwards

So what are you waiting for? Enrol your child in a summer camp before all the seats sell out. Keep watching this space for more details. 

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Written by Jasmine Kaur on 12 March 2019.

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