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How school trips work?

Campo Aventura organizes different kinds of trips according to each school requirements and purposes. Our monitors supervise all participants in a ratio 1:8-10, 24 hours/day. We welcome children since from 6 to 19 years old, from all over the world, and school trips take place throughout all year! Our programs are calculated for a minimum of 8 participants until 18 years old. Activities and cost adjustments will be made according to the final participants number and chosen program.
 

Why are school trips important? 

Campo Aventura Junior Resort activities promote moments and unique experiences during our participants stay. We guarantee to all our participants unforgettable and important days, that will remain forever in their lives.
In addition to all of this, during our school programs, teachers are reunited with their students in a different environment, which helps to grow their relationship stronger. It’s an excellent opportunity to join educational contents and fun/entertainment, while developing class and team spirit.
 

Are flights included? 

Flights are not included, as well as VISA or PASSPORT fees.


How to reach us?

You can find Campo Aventura right in the centre of Portugal, in a small village called Olho Marinho, only: 
45 Minutes from Lisbon:
5 Minutes from Óbidos;
10 minutes from the wonderful West Coast beaches; 

In the surrounding 20km, there are many other magnificent places of historical interest that will dazzle our clients.


Where do participants and chaperones sleep?

Participants will be installed in their wards, being split according to their gender and age.
The rooms have capacity for 4, 6, 8 and 12 participants with individual cabinets for luggage placement. 
If the we're not fully booked (300 people) chaperones will have their own individual room. If not, teachers might share the same room. However, the majority of the time, teachers have their own room.
Note: Our camp is not exclusive for one group.


Where do they eat?

Our meals are homemade,  fresh, delicious and offer a different range of choice. We have our main Restaurant, a Pizzaria and a Burgery.
In the Restaurant there are always 2 main dishes: Vegetarian and Omnivore (either fish or meat). Apart from that, there is also a large variety of choice in the Colds Buffet.
As we deal with different participants from all over the world, our menus are fully adapted to each group. We try to follow their school menus so they don't feel much of a difference. Food restrictions are not a problem for us (this information must be sent to our office 15 days before the beginning of the trip). If you wish to receive a previous menu before the trip starts, please let us know.


What to bring?

Medication for chronic or sudden diseases; Raincoat, in case it rains; Boots, sneakers and flip-flops; Socks; Underwear; Sweatshirt; T-shirts (one per day); Sleeping bag (if camping is included on the program); Jeans or pants; Shorts; Pajamas; Swimming shorts/suit; Beach towel; Old shoes and clothes that you do not mind getting dirty or damaged (in case speleology is included in the program); Flashlight; Toiletries (Towel, shampoo, soap, tooth brush and toothpaste, deodorant, brush, etc); Sunscreen and a hat

DO NOT BRING: Tobacco/alcohol/drugs.
Important Note:  Campo Aventura is not responsible for any damage or loss of belongings and advises the identification of all belongings brought by participants
 

Camp Rules

Cell phones are not allowed during activities at Campo Aventura. Therefore, they are all collected by CA Monitors and returned to participants between 7 and 9pm. Parents can also contact their son/daughter by another cell phone (that is hand over to the child at that same time) or by its accompanying professor cell phone. 
Alcohol, drugs and tobacco are totally forbidden; 
Participants are not authorized to smoke during their stay in Campo Aventura. It’s also prohibited to smoke in any place inside Campo Aventura. 


Medicines and Emergencies

Campo Aventura has a First Aid room open 24 hours per day. In addition, all monitors have first aid training and they always intervene. In situations that require more care, Campo Aventura goes to Caldas da Rainha Hospital, where the pediatric care has truly earned our praise. Regarding any medication and / or diseases and disabilities, these should be mentioned so we can always act in the most correct way, knowing all the necessary precautions. Many conditions can interfere with the child's behavior during their period in Campo Aventura. Let us know so we can help in any way possible (birth of a sibling, sleeping problems, anorexia, etc.). The information is confidential and treated with the most sensitivity.
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