Summer and Winter Camps In Switzerland
Lovell Camps provides international summer and winter camps for kids in Switzerland, Europe. Also we arrange winter and summer sports camps, eductaion and languaage camps, schools trips, swiss ski holidays, fun summer camp activities & programs for kids, camping in winter, camps for teens.
The Winter Experience
In a superb Swiss alpine setting, the children enjoy a well-balanced, happy and safe holiday experience which introduces them to a variety of winter sports and exciting outdoor activities. Ski and Snowboard instruction are combined with enriching programs which allow campers to participate in a number of different activities including; swimming, indoor rock-climbing, arts and crafts and a number of sports and games. At the same time, the winter camp offers children the opportunity to learn or to improve their language skills in English, French or German. Children who attend language classes are also encouraged to develop their vocabulary and to use the new language skills they learn.
Winter Camp - Campers
There are up to 50 boarding campers between the ages of 5 and 15, representing a wide range of nationalities. Two to four children share a bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, with one counsellor per room to supervise daily routines and to ensure that the benefits of the winter experience are maximized for each child.
In winter camps at least 3 members of staff are on for evening program, bed time routines and night duty with 1 room on the camper wing specifically set aside for overnight staff.
Between 10 and 15 day campers attend camp on Mondays to Fridays from 08:45 until 17:45. There are counsellors assigned to supervise and counsel the day students to insure that they too receive full benefit from their camp experience.
Larger Groups can book the whole facility to themselves, smaller groups may share the facility. For further information on group trips please view our Group Section.
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This page was last updated: 21 September 2016