"I am capable of trekking even after being exhausted and I can start a fire on my own. We can work as a team. I can adjust with anyone. I can navigate." - Welham Girls, Class 10
"This programme changed my way of thinking. I have more potential than I conceive. I can go beyond the limits of my fear. I can go for Man v/s Wild! Impossible is nothing." -Sanawar Boys, Class 11.
"We were pioneers and made maps like the explorers. I thought I would never be able to carry that pack, but I did. We made it all happen, hot food every night, we are the champions." -Welham Girls Class 11
"Riding the elephant, scary and exciting. Walking and seeing the animal signs taught me a lot. I did not know silk came from a worm." - Canadian School, Grade 8
"I wanted to challenge myself with the cliff jump, but I think I will do it next time. Cooking ourselves was great, though not so tasty. Friends made it all good." -Pathways Grade 8
"I found wet socks can dry in your boots while still worn, I discovered shivering with cold still makes you want to play with snow and survive." -Pathways Grade 9
"Accepting mistakes is the first step to improvement. Importance of my core values. learning to listen is important." -Scindia Boys Class 11
"I learnt a new game, kho kho with the village school children, I learnt it was easier to pitch the tent with my friends and i wasn't scared to go to the toilet because my friend came too." -British school Grade 4
"friendship is very important in the wild." "how fast people can co operate when it is challenging." "how important it is to make a fire safely." "I thought I was stronger than I am." "I can live without electricity." -Stonehill students.
"The trekking and rafting expeditions were able to expand and push my limits of mental will power."
"The program was really challenging as it made us deal with meeting new people and overcome social barriers, it allowed me to make new friends and think about the way I act around new people."
"I learnt how important it is to listen to the people around me. It helped us develop as a team."
"Even when things get difficult I now know I can make it through and achieve something great!"