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Our international Camps

with participants from more than 60 nations

Welcome to Camp Adventure

Both my children really enjoyed Camp Adventure. The teamers did a great job making them feel comfortable and at home. My son was unsure if he wanted to stay at first but he felt part of his tent group and camp very quickly and loved it. Both had tons of fun. Thank you CA!

Anja B., Germany

Our international Adventure, Sports & Language Camps in Germany, England and Spain combine a welcoming, inclusive atmosphere with unique Camp Adventure energy! Fun, stress-free language workshops and the mixture of original camp games along with traditional sports lead to an unforgettable experience. Join in and meet plenty of new friends your age from all over the globe in one of our international camps!

Our Camp Locations & Program Options


Camp Adventure Academy - Lüneburger Heide

Creative, Sports & Adventure

Many great activities are waiting for you


Improve your language skills


Recognize & act in emergencies at and in the water


The choice for all survivors


Scoring goals has to be learned - our coaches teach you

Horseback Riding

It's all about horses

Husky Camp

Learn more about the fascinating dogs


The next step in camp life

Camp Counselor in Training (ICIT)

Discover your strengths and become a teamer

Adventure & Language Camp Bayerischer Wald

Creative, Sports & Adventure

Many great activities are waiting for you


The choice for all survivors

Climbing Course

Pure adrenaline up to lofty heights

English Classic

Improve your language skills in practice

English TOEFL®

Language training incl. certificate

German Classic

Holiday-oriented language course with fun

Climbing Course

Pure adrenaline up to lofty heights

Bath University

English Classic

Learning in the motherland of language

English TOEFL®

Language training incl. certificate

Rossall School

English Classic

Learning in the motherland of language

English TOEFL®

Language training incl. certificate
Sailing trip at our Barcelona Beach Camp in Spain

Barcelona Beach camp

Frequently Asked Questions

Which languages are spoken in camp?

The main language in all our camps is English. In addition, there is the language of the country in which the camp takes place. As we have our headquarters in Germany, German teamers are always present in all camps. All announcements and explanations are therefore always in German and English. Of course, all our teamers with their different nationalities are also available for individual translations.

Who are the camp counselors?

Every year our team is made up of an international mix. The non-profit association Camp Europe e.V. with headquarters in Hamburg and a branch office in Canada takes care of the acquisition of national and international applicants. Since we have about 50% German-speaking children, there are also German carers in every location. But many also come from other countries, such as England, Spain, Australia, Canada or Australia, to name just a few.

Should 12-year-olds rather go to Junior Camp or Senior Camp?

This question is not easy to answer and depends on the individual stage of development of your child. Therefore, as parents, we leave you the opportunity to decide for yourself. In the Junior Camp they belong to the older ones and can explore a lot in a playful way. In the Senior Camp they are the younger ones, who have role models through the older ones, whom they can emulate.

How do you provide safety for the kids?

Before our camp counselors start working with us, we check their police clearance certificates. You must be at least 19 years old to work for us as a teamer. They must also have a "First Aid Certificate", which must not be older than two years. In the camps we try to make sure that only adults from our camp or familiar faces are on the campground and that all our carers look after strangers.
We have many different camp sites. Some of them are fenced in, others are not. There are no armed guards or the like in our camps, as we believe that these conditions create a very insecure feeling. We do not have a high security zone in Germany, Northern Ireland or England, but we keep our eyes open and do everything we can to ensure that all participants have a great time.

How is my child accommodated in camp?

In the Creative, Sports & Adventure Camp in Neuburg the participants are accommodated in tents with 6-7 persons. These are equipped with a floor and a wooden gallery. The participants can make themselves comfortable with sleeping bag and sleeping mat. In Walsrode the Juniors (7-12) and the Seniors (12-16) can choose between tent and hut. The wooden cabins are equipped with bunk beds and can accommodate 4-8 children each. In the other locations, participants are accommodated in shared rooms in youth hostels, sports centres or boarding schools run by private schools. Detailed information about the accommodation can be found at the various camps.

Where do kids and camp counselors come from?

Camp Adventure attaches great importance to internationality. The participants and supervisors in our camps come from many different countries. Last year, for example, we had participants from over 60 different countries and supervisors from 25 different nations. Of course we don't know where they will come from this year. So we are at least as excited as you are.
Every year, our team is made up of an international mixture. Through our office in Hamburg and our branch office in Canada, we reach motivated and committed advisors from all over the world. Canadian and Australian teamers can therefore be found as well as German or Spanish teamers. Due to the different experiences and cultural backgrounds an indescribably fantastic, international atmosphere is created.

How is the choice of activities/courses in the camps made?

If your child would like to participate in a paid profile (e.g. horse riding, language course, GEOlino), this must be booked in advance when registering. In principle, no extra profiles have to be booked. A program with a variety of activities is of course available to the participants in all camps. The various activities can be chosen by the participants on site in the respective camps. We present the offers to the participants, so that everyone gets an insight into the different courses. The children can then register in the lists of the respective courses.

How big are the camps? How high is the caregiver key?

Capacities range from around 30 participants in smaller language camps to a maximum of 350 children. However, the maximum capacity is not reached every week. However, a minimum number of participants must be guaranteed in order to run the camp.
It is important to us that all children are always grouped in small groups of 5-8, with a supervisor as contact person. This way homesickness does not get a chance and despite the size of the camp in their group family, they experience a strong cohesion on which they can count!

When do I have to pay the price for the booked camp?

The deposit must be paid within 7 days of receipt of the booking confirmation. The remaining payment for the booked camp is due 4 weeks before the start of the camp at the latest. Further information can be found in our Terms & Conditions.

Security Concept

Dear parents,

we are very happy that you want us to take care of the sweetiest and the best of your life. Be sure: we will protect it as if it is our own child and do everything we can to guarantee supreme safety. We would like to introduce you a part of our safety concept, if you have any questions feel free to contact us.

Background Check

Every counselor, chef, teamer who enters our camps has to be registrated, needs a background check as well as references. That's why parents are only allowed on the day of arrival and departure and not during the camp week. We want to make sure that we know and checked every adult who is with us at camp.


Each supervisor must complete an almost two-week training course with us, which from early in the morning until late in the evening includes so many lessons that the number of hours even corresponds to the basic study in educational sciences. Here we focus on the areas of safety, accident prevention, child psychology and needs as well as the various safety aspects in the field of experiential education.

Crisis Intervention

If something should happen, it is not only important to provide first aid for the affected person, but also to care for the other children and adolescents. We have a specially trained team for crisis intervention, which then provides immediate care and can thus prevent possible traumatisation due to the experience.

Caregiver Key

No safety without sufficient staff! We are the leaders in Germany with our great caregiver key. There are no camps that have a key worse than 1:6-1:8, which means that one caregiver is responsible for a maximum of 6-8 children. In the junior camps we also use our CIT (Counselor in Training), so that we often reach a key of only 1:4. We know that this key can seem exaggerated, but we want to guarantee the highest possible safety and we firmly believe that this is exactly what our high level of caregiver commitment leads to.


All our camps are also supervised at night by the counselors/teamers. On the one hand we want to prevent visitors from coming to the site - which has not happened until today - and on the other hand we want to be there for the children when they wake up at night and get homesick or have to go to the toilet. The nightwatch patrols the area and is otherwise reachable at a central place for the children. Some of our locations - e.g. the headquarters in Walsrode - are also video-monitored and fenced in.


Cooperation with the independent representative for questions of sexual child abuse via our umbrella organisation Reisenetz e.V.: Camp Adventure was one of the first tour operators for children and young people to develop a protection concept that prevents sexual abuse among children and young people. Today, this concept is considered important by many other tour operators, also due to our personal commitment in various associations and professional circles. Of course, the background check and the "6-eyes principle", which states that a child must never be alone with a caregiver, is also an essential part of our protection concept. The most important thing, however, is to create an "open system" in which everyone knows that sexual abuse should not be a taboo subject, but that simple instruments such as a grievance box and feedback system can immediately address grievances and that they do not have to be denied.


As a member of the quality committee of the professional association for children and youth travel "Reisenetz", our managing director Jan Vieth is responsible for further developing and checking the quality guidelines of the entire industry. As Germany's ambassador to the ICF, he is also kept up to date on improvements in camp and training quality worldwide and adapts these as quickly as possible to our own camps.


Of course, all parents receive a number from us, which allows them to reach us 24 hours a day in an emergency. If an emergency occurs at your home, you can inform us immediately and we can decide together how, when and whether to inform your child.

In case of emergency

Every caregiver has a valid first aid certificate and can help if necessary.


We hope to have helped you with this overview. For further information you can call us at +49 (0) 40 4100 949 00.

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