On the first day of the wilderness adventures camping trip, the participants would be met by the firm representatives at the departure city airports. There would be lots of new people around and the participants could feel lost in the crowd. However, there would be nothing to worry, as things would become easier and participants would end up making lots of friends in Hay Day. Usually by dinner time on the first day, the participants would feel at home and would not feel like missing their family and friends.
On the first night, the participants would be taught how to put up their tents and how to feel comfortable in the outdoors. The welcoming meal would be shared among the participants and then there would be some fun activities organized around the camping fire. In case of international trips, the participants would be taught local customs and traditions, so that the stay at the destination becomes far smoother and hassle-free.
On the domestic trips, the participants would learn new things and acquire new skills. The skills would be relating to setting up a tent, arranging a backpack, and putting in the dry bag for the water experience. On the foreign trips, participants would be given language lessons so there are no problems faced by the participants while interacting with the local people. It does not matter which place or locality the trip is scheduled for, all the skills relating to doing things on their own would be taught to the participants. There would be lots of challenges and hiking activities in the trip. The challenges and tasks in the initial stages would be easier. Once the participants gets used to the challenges and gain a comfort level, tougher activities would be organized too. Those activities would look tough to a common man. But to participants who have gone through the experience of doing smaller tasks before would not find it that difficult. After the first week, camp members would be able to share experiences and accomplishments which they would have only dreamt of before.
Each day of the trip would be devoted to some activity or the other; let that be backpacking, kayaking, rafting, rock climbing, or bicycling. The participants would be able to learn new skills and those who already have those skills, would be able to sharpen them to a great extent through Hay Day hack. Information relating to the gear, the traveling mode, the food to be eaten, communication methodologies, and sleeping patterns would all be sent across to the participants.