Teen Campers

11 - 13 years

Teen campers live through all of their five senses. Enjoy the taste of a marshmallow roasted over the campfire, the smells of the fresh mountain air and the sound of laughter as campers share in a new adventure.

Our teen campers enjoy activities which can include:

Waterski, banana boat, laser game, accrobranche, karting, camping, paddle boarding, FunPlanet, lake activities such as sailing, mountain biking and so much more...




A typical day for teens during summer camp


7.30 am - Wake up and shower time 
It's time for our campers to wake up and seize the day. They are free to take a shower before breakfast or in the evening if they prefer. 
8.00 - 8.45am - Breakfast
Campers gather for the morning meal to fuel up for the day ahead.
8.45 - 9.00 am - Morning meeting
Briefing session where campers receive updates and announcements for the day.
9.00 - 10.30 am - Language lessons
Structured sessions where campers engage in language learning activities.
10.30 - 11.00 am - Morning break
Short break for campers to rest and recharge.
11.00 - 12.00 pm - Language lessons
Continuation of language learning activities.
12.00 - 1.00 pm - Lunch

Lunchtime provides an opportunity for campers to sit down and enjoy a nourishing meal and socialising.


1.00 - 5.00 pm - Afternoon activities
Various planned (mostly outdoor) activities adapted to the age category of our campers. 
5.00 - 6.15 pm - Magic 6 activities
Free time with lots of activities organised around campus - time for our campers to choose where to participate. 
6.15 - 7.30 pm - Dinner
Dinner is a social occasion, as campers get together for a delicious, freshly prepared evening meal.


7.30 - 7.45 pm - Evening meeting
Gather for a recap of the day's events and to set expectations for the evening.
7.45 - 9.00 pm - Evening activity
Engage in activities, games or entertainment.
9.00 - 9.45 pm Free time on campus
Relax, catch up with friends and share the best memories of the day
10 pm - Back in house and ready to go to bed
After a packed day, our campers head to their rooms for ‘lights out’.