ABOUT THE PROGRAMS
Normally, there is a wake up call at around 7am, followed by an early activity which is optional. Breakfast and a clean up period. Then, there are 3 periods of activities during the morning. Lunch time and rest period. Then, another set of activity periods. Dinner time, and an evening program. Snack time and bed time around 9pm.
Yes, if requested upon booking and depending on gender, age and space availability.Â
Even though most of our summer camps & language camps are all inclusive, some of them offer optional activities at an extra cost, such as: weekend excursions.
Most meals are in the form of buffets, which cater for vegetarians and any special dietary requirements. However, if a camper has any dietary requirements, please let us know on the registration form and we will try to cater accordingly (i.e.lactose intolerance, nut allergy, etc.e.
]Yes, campers are supervised 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Yes, provided there is a place available. If a camper intends to stay another week or two, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can secure the booking, as places do fill up very quickly.
ABOUT Language Courses
Language Courses can take place either in the mornings or in the afternoons from, depending on the timetable, which is issued at the start of camp.
Yes, a certificate is awarded to every student at the end of the course.
There are 4 levels of courses: Beginner, Elementary, Intermediate, Advanced.
For most of the courses, all educational materials are supplied by the camp and are included in the fees. However, if interested in covering specific content of study, students ae welcome to bring their own material and our professors will gladly guide them through that specific material and content.
Both, at Beginner, Intermediate and advanced levels.
U.S., and European campers do not need a Visa. For any other nationalities information regarding visas, passports and authorizations to enter and stay in Canada, it is advisable to consult theÂ Canadian Consulate or Embassy in your country. If you require any assistance, please donâ€™t hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to help you.
Yes. Although it is not compulsory, it can be acquired through Camps Canada at the time of registration, or can be obtained independently at the camperÂ´s country of origin.
No. It is totally forbidden. If a camper is surprised consuming alcohol, cigarrettes or any other drug, it will be grounds for immediate dismissal from the program.
If the allergies or illness is deemed serious and in need of a doctorâ€™s attention, the student will be taken to the nearest hospital and the parents/guardians will be contacted immediately.
No. Camps Canada has no power of decision in granting a Canadian Visa.
Camps Canada will forward you an acceptance letter upon receiving the corresponding deposit, stating that the registrant has been granted a camping position at any of the hosting camps promoted by Camps Canada.
This letter should be included among the paperwork required by the Canadian Immigration Officials when applying for a Canadian Visa.
Please refer to your local Canadian Embassy in order to obtain full information about the Canadian Visa Application process.
other common questions
Camps Canada staff will meet all campers arriving by aeroplane and keep them in their company to the campsite. As well, when campers finish their camping session, staff members will accompany them to the airport and only leave when they have gone through the security gate at the departure lounge.
All vehicles used for transfers are maintained to the highest security standards.
Parents who wish to accompany their child areÂ welcome to do so.
Yes. You can use the camp´s office line. We advice calling during rest period. You can send a message to your child, writing to the campÂ´s main email address. We will make sure to print it and deliver it to him/her.
You will receive staff contact numbers with your â€œwelcome pack.
Upon arriving to camp, the camper deposits his or her pocket money at the office, and a record is kept by camper and the office. Money can be withdrawn before an excursion. To avoid problems with exchanging foreign currency we advice that campers bring Canadian dollars with them in a sealed envelope.