Get adventurous with Camp Asia and APA this Easter! Campers will explore and build foundation skills for outdoor adventures in a safe and fun environment under the guidance of experienced professional coaches from APA.
Activities range from Gorge exploration to Kayaks or Giant Stand-up Paddleboards. The range of activities will help children discover and build outdoor skills in a safe and fun environment and also raise children’s appreciation of nature and awareness of environmental concerns.
The camp aims to challenge young campers physically and socially by developing greater self-awareness and acceptance of group & personal responsibility.
(Activities and location may vary due to unforeseen conditions, final activity is subject to coaches’ final decision)
Day 1: Gorge Exploration at Hau Tong Kai Gorge, Sai Kung:
Day 2: Water Challenge at Hoi Ha Marine Reserve, Sai Kung
Day 3: Taskoneer Challenge at Lions Nature Education Centre, Sai Kung
As we will be exploring different locations daily, for the convenience of families, Camp Asia will arrange busing for all campers to travel from and return to Stamford American School Campus daily. The bus will be guided by APA or Camp Asia staff and will leave campus at 9:00 and return by 15:00.
Campers are required to be back to campus by 8:45 every morning to ensure sufficient time for registration and timely transportation.
All lead APA staff are First Aid qualified and carry radios, mobile phones and first aid kits at all times. • APA follows a safety management system developed from decades of in-house senior team experience and influenced by several leading national governing bodies including: British Canoe Union, New Zealand Outdoor Instructors Award, Association of Canadian Mountain Guides, UK's Mountain Leader Training Board, and USA's Rescue 3 International amongst others. APA has developed professional skills training programs for everything from mountain biking to rock rescue as well as delivering Risk Management courses for international school faculty.
Students will be required to bring a bottle of water, packed lunch, and a healthy snack on each day of the program. Filtered drinking water will be readily available throughout the program.
“This was the first summer camp experience in Hong Kong for my kids (6 & 8 years old). They had a good time, especially the younger one in multi-activity, where the class included a good mix of learning, fun, and sports activities. I felt confident that they were in a safe and friendly environment, and it was an added bonus I got updates with pictures everyday.”
|11 through 14||Apr 3, 4, 6||09:00 - 15:00||$3800|
For Outdoor Adventures, Campers are required to arrive 15 minutes prior to camp, to ensure sufficient time for registration and timely transportation.
Due to COVID-19 requirements, we ask caregivers who are dropping off children not to enter the campus. For parents of younger children who are first-time joiners, caregivers may check in with children on the ground floor cafeteria on a case-by-case basis.
To ensure children’s health and safety, all instructors are First Aid trained in case of emergencies.
We offer a highly convenient shuttle bus service from Yau Ma Tei and Ho Man Tin MTR stations in the morning at a low rate of $50, please note the availability is first come first served and MTR Shuttle Bus will not be available for afternoon programs.
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