We know that feeling of being excited about summer holidays after a long, productive, and exhausting academic year. It is the best time for every child because of the opportunity to experience something new and fresh. Summer Suburban Camp is designed for those children who are not satisfied with ordinary activities and who are thirsty for new adventures.
This camp organized by the Orthodocks Yacht Club, allows children to hone out their captains’ skills. The gorgeous area of Libeňský Island (Emperor Meadow) in Prague serves as a suburban camp where children will have an opportunity to train their skills. Besides yachting and golf, experienced and qualified coaches are ready to encourage children to participate in various activities and games which leads to the development of children’s mental health. Moreover, it should be emphasized that the camp provides an interesting program not only for Czech speakers but also for English speaking children as well. So, if you want to arrange an unforgettable holiday for your child, this camp is a perfect choice.
The program is always prepared based on the children’s physical abilities and interest in specific activities.
- Sailing with a professional coach
- Rent of Optimist and RS Tera boats including equipment during training
- Theoretical yacht training, teaching survival on water and safe movement around the water
- Golf with a professional trainer including golf equipment.
- Conditional and musical training for children (beach-volleyball, paddleboards, yoga, stretching, movement games)
- Activities for the child’s psychological and physical development, varied artistic activities
- All day dining.
How to get there?
Císařská Louka, Prague – Smíchov, Closest Metro station Yellow line Andel. Contact information : Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: +420 604 174 739
More info: Check out the source website.
Little Panda suggests that you call and check before visiting/ participating in any activity/ event/ place of interest. We are not responsible for any changes in the program as this discretion rests with the organizer.