To be honest, with all the adventure, excitement and unexpected surprises at camp, there’s no such thing as a “typical” day… Each camp is unique and always a little different to the others, so we’ve put together a general guide to a ‘typical’ day at camp for you to get a general idea of how it could be.
08:00 Wake up
Sun is shining.. a new days is calling. Wake up and have
the butterflies in the stomach, ready to take on the world..
08:30 Breakfast time
Grab breakfast in dining hall. Pancakes! Bagels! Eggs! Cereals! Fresh fruit!
Don’t forget to start your day with a cup of positivity.
09:30 Morning activities
Let’s go! Icebreakers games, team-building activities and morning announcements where you will find out everything that is going on the day; evening activities, special events, inter-camps, cultural excursions etc. An action packed day awaits for you.
13:00 Lunch time
Today is tortilla and paella! Time to catch up with your workmates and switch off from your morning activities. Lunch at camp are super special. Singing, chanting and announcements are a key part of of meals time.
The siesta is one of the most notable aspects of Spanish life – and is our key to happiness and well-being. We recommend you to prove it but if you prefer to do others thing, this is great time to read, play cards, board games or speak with your family and friends.
16:30 Afternoon activities
Your afternoon is going to be filled with teaching, coaching and playing. Balancing instruction with games, you will have perhaps two or three activity periods. You’ll get time off too, so you may have your period off either in the morning or afternoon.
20:00 Dinner time
As the afternoon winds down, it’s time for dinner time.
You will eat buffet-style for every meal, allowing the chef
to offer many choices to accommodate most types of dietary needs.
21:00 Evening activities
The show begins! Optional sports, gaming, movie nights, campfire, playing the hide-and-seek.
The evenings always promises a different sort of excitement.
22:30 Lights outs
After singing the anthem camp, counsellors and staff put
the kids in their cabins for bedtime routines and flashlight time!
Once you the kids are in bed, you may hang out a bit at the kitchen,
grab a snack, watch a movie or chat with your new friends.
What you get
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