Christmas is right around the corner, the festival of merriment, joy, plum cakes and pine trees is finally here and we just can't wait for the celebration to begin! People around the world are waiting for the festivities and we in Mumbai are no different. We are all waiting for the holiday season to begin so that we can finally have a chill time with our family friends and loved ones.

If you too have been looking for a fun Christmas getaway or have been wondering what you can do to immerse in the festivities, Far Out Camp in Mumbai is just where you need to be!

Camping, Bonfires & Christmas Carols

Christmas is the time of the year we spend with the people we love the . most. It is the time we spread the joy and look for cozy blankets to get ourselves snug as a bug. Which is exactly why camping is such a great idea this Christmas season!

You can head to the Far Out Camp, which is located right in the middle of Mumbai; camp in the lush private farms and enjoy the nature. Not jut that, you can also get a blanket, set a picnic near the bonfire, roast some marshmallows or relish a warm cup of cocoa. The camp will provide you with a place and an atmosphere which is suitable for unwinding, relaxing and just having a good time.

When you arrive at the camp at 4 pm on Christmas eve, you can snuggle in your blankets or take a trip around the farm, stare at the lake maybe. As the dusk settles and bonfires are lit, the merriment will begin. Here Christmas carols will be sung, cake shared and dinner served, after which you can either choose to partake in the late-night activities or retire to your tents. Only to wake up to a lovely Christmas morning, a warm breakfast and a beautiful day.

We can't imagine a better way of spending Christmas!

Knock Knock

With the Far Out camp's Christmas camping event, you can not only cherish a wonderful Christmas eve, be a part of a chill event, but will also be able to wrap up your Christmas celebrations to return to daily life in time. Bonfires, carols and a camping adventure sound like just the things you need to make for a wonderful Christmas celebration.

Date: December 24

Tickets: ₹2000 onwards | Get yours here

Venue: Far Out Camp, Pathare Wadi, Opposite Bageecha Swagath Restaurant, Malwani Village, Malad, West, Mumbai

Investing in gear for outdoor use in activities such as camping can be quite financially draining for you. When looking for the right items for your outdoor activities, you want to purchase high-quality products that will last you a while. But with high-quality items, high expenditure is always a by-product. Here is a list of budget tents you can buy for your next trip- https://www.globosurfer.com/best-budget-tents/

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