DOES MY CHILD NEED A PASSPORT OR VISA?

Children may only travel with a passport or passports if they have dual nationality. The responsibility of obtaining visas or passports falls on the parents or guardians. Olimp Tour does not aid in obtaining visas.

HOW WILL MY CHILD BE TRANSPORTED TO CAMP?

We offer direct return transportation and prioritize the safety of children during their travels. Our friendly Olimp Tour Camp teachers will accompany them at all times. For more information, please see the Transport section.

Some camps and all school trips are served by airlines. Please check the chosen offer.

WHAT DOES A TYPICAL DAY AT CAMP LOOK LIKE?

There is a daily routine at our camps with six activity blocks per day. This includes set activities such as waking up, warm-up exercises, meals, and after-dinner breaks. During the activity blocks, there are trips, workshops, classes, and other activities. Free time is filled with indoor and outdoor games, swimming, and sunbathing. The daily program is determined by the staff based on factors such as weather conditions, group activity, coach availability, and more. If it rains, alternative activities will be proposed, and sunny weather will be utilized for sunbathing. The daily program is carefully planned to include all necessary activities.

CAN MY CHILD BRING THEIR PHONE TO CAMP?

Yes, but we suggest providing an old phone. Please note that children will only have access to their phones for an hour per day to help keep their minds off home. We offer #offlinecamps and the rule applies to all children.

School trips are excluded from that rule.

CAN MY CHILD BRING PERSONAL ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS?

The camp schedule is packed, so there will not be enough time for them to use these devices.

WHAT IS A CAMPER PACK?

The Camper Pack is a necessary document for enrolling your child in our camps. It should be completed and returned to the office within two to four weeks of receipt. Downloads are available.

WHO WILL MAKE SURE MY CHILD TAKES THEIR PRESCRIBED MEDICATION?

At each camp site, there is a qualified nurse who will ensure your child takes their medication at the designated times. For any additional health information, please provide a detailed description of symptoms, allergies, and medications in the Camp Card or provide additional doctor’s advice.

WHAT SHOULD MY CHILD BRING TO CAMP?

We will send a packing list two to four weeks prior to camp. We suggest leaving items such as iPods, mobile phones, mp3 players, and laptops at home as we cannot be responsible for them. Children should bring appropriate outerwear, such as a waterproof anorak or pants, casual clothing including full-length pants and long-sleeved t-shirts, and suitable footwear. There is no need for expensive or branded items that may get lost or damaged. We provide all the necessary safety equipment for our activities.

WHAT IS IT LIKE FOR A FIRST-TIME CAMPER?

We have found that the best way for first-time campers to adjust is to stay busy from morning until night. Our dynamic and engaging program is designed to be fun and will help them make a smooth transition. Some children may jump right in, while others may need a bit more time. Our team is experienced in helping children join in, make friends, and have a fun-filled adventure during their first time at camp.

WHAT ABOUT POCKET MONEY?

We recommend that your child brings up to 250pln for the camps in Poland and around 120 euros for the ones in Spain or Italy. During our trips, they will have the opportunity to buy souvenirs, sweets, and treats.

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Opening hours

Mon-Fri: 10:00 – 20:00

Sat: 11:00 – 18:00

BANK ACCOUNT

HSBC Bank
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Account Number: 8366 4597

BANK ACCOUNT FOR
INTERNATIONAL PAYMENTS

HSBC Bank
IBAN: GB82HBUK40401483664597
BIC: HBUKGB4B

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