What to expect
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Every day there will be a mixture of Vietnamese and International dishes ensuring that all Campers tastes are catered for and that we provide healthy and nutritious meals throughout the camp. Drinking water is freely available throughout the Camp. We encourage the use of REUSABLE BOTTLES for drinking to reduce our plastic waste.
Breakfast example: Choose from: 1. Bread, butter, jam. 2. Bread and fried egg. 3. Instant noodle with egg. (Juice and banana included)
Lunch example: Fried rice, spaghetti bolognese, grilled chicken, salad, fruit salad.
Snack example: Egg sandwich, lemonade.
Dinner example: Pasta, crumbed pork, cucumber salad, mixed vegetables, omelette with pork, steamed rice, fresh fruit.
|06:00||Wake up for Residential Campers|
|07:15||Get Ready||Get changed and pack a bag if needed|
|07:30||Activity 1||Activities in groups following the schedule such as leadership or life skills challenges, cycling, kayaking, yoga, bamboo workshop and beach games.|
|10:30||Activity 2||Activity 1 and 2 may occur together as a longer activity. Such as the Cham Island Snorkel Trip!|
|11:30||Lunch||Most lunches are on site but some are off site depending on the schedule.|
|12:00||Free choice||Room time, pool time, games- it’s your choice during the hot time of the day.|
|13:30||Activity 3||Afternoon activities onsite or offsite including: sports, cycling, workshops or team challenges.|
|16:00||Snack time||Healthy snacks every afternoon.|
|16:15||Sunset Beach Trip||Every day we go to the beach for sunset.|
|16:25||Beach hang out||Roommates choose an activity and hang out together.|
|18:15||Return from Beach Trip||Good time for Residential Campers to call home if they want.|
|18:30||Evening Announcements||Set the schedule for the evening.|
|19:00||Dinner||Enjoy a meal with your friends.|
|20:00||Evening Activity||Choice of workshops, team games or talent show or disco depending on the schedule!|
|21:00||Daytime activities end|
|21:30||Residential Campers in rooms||Campers have showers and settle in rooms.|
|22:00||Lights out||Enjoy a good night’s sleep to recharge for the next day.|
Sharing dorm rooms and being responsible for your belongings is a great way for kids to get used to being independent and not relying on others during their daily routine. Dorm sharing is common at European and American summer camps, at Universities abroad and of course here in Vietnam. Getting your child used to this kind of environment will help them adjust in the future!
- All residential campers will be roomed in dorms of 4 – 6 people and grouped by gender and age.
The following measures are taken on all our Camps:
- 24 Hour Security at Residential Site (including CCTV in hallways and public areas)
- Risk Assessments conducted prior to all activities
- Camp activity staff are first aid trained with up to date police clearance
- Onsite nurse available for first aid
- All staff sign our Code of Conduct which includes Child Protection Policy (available upon request)
- Swimming supervised at all times
- Life jackets available for swimming pool and compulsory for sea swimming and snorkelling
In the event of a family emergency, parents/guardians can call our hotline. We will ensure they are put in touch with their child immediately.