FRECUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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The answers to all of your questions!

  • WHO TAKES CARE OF CAMPERS DURING CAMP?
  • HOW ARE THE ROOMS DIVIDED?
  • IS THE CAMP ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH OR ALSO IN SPANISH?
  • THE TRANSPORTATION IS INCLUDED?
  • CAMPERS CAN CARRY ELECTRONIC DEVICES?
  • HOW DOES THE MEDICAL SERVICE WORK DURING THE CAMP?
  • DOES MY CHILD HAS TO DO ALL THE ACTIVITIES THAR ARE INCLUDED IN THE ITINERARY?
  • HOW ARE THE ACTIVITIES DIVIDED WITHIN 2 WEEKS?
  • WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF ATTENDING THIS CAMP?
  • WHAT IF I WANT TO KNOW HOW MY SON IS DOING AT CAMP?
  • SHOULD CAMPERS CARRY MONEY?
  • WILL THERE BE CAMPERS FROM OTHER COUNTRIES?
  • WILL CAMPERS BE ABLE TO SPEAK SPANISH WITH THEIR FRIENDS INSIDE THE CAMP?
  • WHY SHOULD I SEND CAMPERS TO CVC INSTEAD OF A CAMP IN CANADA OR SOME OTHER MEXICAN CAMP?
WHO TAKES CARE OF CAMPERS DURING CAMP?

Canadian staff will be taking care of campers during camp, but we will still have mexican people in case they ever need to speak their language for any support.

HOW ARE THE ROOMS DIVIDED?

Rooms are divided into girls and boys, in each room there will be 8 to 11 boys + 1 adult of the same gender, so someone is taking care of them at night.

IS THE CAMP ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH OR ALSO IN SPANISH?

The camp is focused on speaking and thinking 24/7 with the native language of Canada, that is, 100% English from dawn until the campers go to sleep, but if at any time they need to express themselves in Spanish, we will have Mexican staff who can help in what they need.

THE TRANSPORTATION IS INCLUDED?

It only includes a one-way trip since parents are invited to the closing ceremony on the last day of camp. If you won’t be able to pick up your child, we will have the option of return transportation to Mexico with an extra cost.

CAMPERS CAN CARRY ELECTRONIC DEVICES?

No, they can’t. The idea of ​​camp is that they learn to live together without gadgets and learn more about Canadian culture. They cannot carry any device that needs a battery other than a flashlight, no cell phones, no ipods or ipads, no watches, etc.

HOW DOES THE MEDICAL SERVICE WORK DURING THE CAMP?

We have a doctor 24 hours a day, in addition to our staff being certified in first aid and CPR. Campers are prohibited from self-medicating, as well as from any staff member. Parents are asked in case your child needs to take any medication to let the doctor know on the day of departure. In case a camper feels bad, the doctor will evaluate the situation, recommend a treatment (or medicine) and we will contact you to make the decision together.

DOES MY CHILD HAS TO DO ALL THE ACTIVITIES THAR ARE INCLUDED IN THE ITINERARY?

No, but we are always aware that campers feel comfortable in each activity and we will encourage them to become part of it.

HOW ARE THE ACTIVITIES DIVIDED WITHIN 2 WEEKS?

We will have an itinerary per day in which we will have on one side recreational activities and on the other the academic ones on the topics that will be covered per day. The activities will always be fun so that campers can learn in a unique way.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF ATTENDING THIS CAMP?

From the first day, campers will be able to discover more about Canadian culture, and above all, improve the English language and learn a little French. This will open up the panorama of an academic and personal future, and an invitation to attend the camp in British Columbia the following year.

WHAT IF I WANT TO KNOW HOW MY SON IS DOING AT CAMP?

At camp, we cannot answer all calls, because if one camper sees that the other is receiving calls, it can be chaotic. However, you can call the offices and there will always be a person who can tell you how the camp is going.

SHOULD CAMPERS CARRY MONEY?

Yes, from $300 pesos to $500 pesos in case they want to buy some souvenirs from the camp. From there on, they won’t need money because everything is included.

WILL THERE BE CAMPERS FROM OTHER COUNTRIES?

Probably, but most of them will be Mexican campers since it is a camp for the Mexican population.

WILL CAMPERS BE ABLE TO SPEAK SPANISH WITH THEIR FRIENDS INSIDE THE CAMP?

It’s fair to think that campers will speak Spanish to each other, just like we do in camps in Canada when Latinos become friends, but the official language of the camp is English, the instructions of the (Canadian) staff will be in English and any Children’s communication to the Staff will be in English to compel them to practice.

WHY SHOULD I SEND CAMPERS TO CVC INSTEAD OF A CAMP IN CANADA OR SOME OTHER MEXICAN CAMP?

Canadian Village Camp is an excellent opportunity for those who want to send their children to a camp in Canada, but for times, age, anguish, budget, or logistics it is difficult to do so. So we brought a Canadian camp to Mexico. This way you will have the benefits as if you were in Canada, but without having to use your passport! Now, that does not make it a traditional Mexican camp, as the program will be 100% developed and operated by our Canadian partners! THE BEST OF TWO WORLDS!


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