A:The camp provides a balanced and varied menu that respects cultural differences. We organise a barbecue outside at least once a week. The camp has its own Chef that prepares meals with fresh goods of the day and from the region.
Students do not have language classes as such, but English is the main language used in all the activities. Activities are based on learning experiences and English language is then taught through exercise and conversation games and activities.
A: We accept boys and girls, but they room in different houses on the campus. Activities are mixed and if necessary the students are separated by age groups.
A: On arrival at the airport, students are welcomed by JFK staff and then transferred to Saanen by bus.
A: Students from some countries must hold visas to enter Switzerland. For more information about visa requirements please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Please allow at least 2 weeks for the visa procedure in your country.
A: We will send you a list of items we recommend you to bring once you have applied. You will receive all the information together in a Welcome Pack.
A: Saanen is 2 hours away from the Geneva airport, therefore the most convenient airport to arrive. We have a pick-up service only from the Geneva airport.
A: We recommend 2 weeks. Well, it's an Alpine mountain summer adventure camp. It takes that long to unwind, get in shape, and do something that makes this mountain summer camp experience one to remember.
A: Please visit our employment page here for the job descriptions, requirements and how to apply.
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