Seven to nine is a wonderful age to first experience the best sleep-away summer kids’ camps not only in Slovenia but also this region. Our Junior campers agree with over 83% of them coming back every year!
Why do Juniors love the Explorer Camps program?
Youngsters ONLY. Better Connections.
A large part of the day for the Juniors, the morning activity, is done in the groups. As a result, there is a better connection between the campers as they're spending a lot of their day hanging out with others close to their ages doing activities specially created for their ages.
Electronic Device Free. Healthier Lifestyle.
Being device free, campers can then engage in true communication and have a healthier approach to living. They enjoy access to nature, plenty of activity, good food, an appropriate sleep schedule, ample free time, the friendship of great teens and guidance of caring staff.
Huge Variety. Something for Everyone.
Even though there are a large number of exciting outdoor sports that our Juniors will definitely love doing, there is a good mix of low energy activities also. Pottery, painting, drawing, photography, movie making, cooking, theatre. Sports are great, but the Juniors love balance.
Why do so many parents trust the Explorer Camp approach?
Caring Staff. Individual Attention.
With a camper to staff ration of 5:1, the friendly, caring and qualified Explorer Camp staff will be there for the Juniors every step of the way. In fact, this individual attention starts well before the camps begin with letters of support from the director, staff, and also some of the Senior Campers!
Relaxed Atmosphere. Better Rest.
Naturally, the younger campers need a little more recovery time so the Junior program has a good number of pauses to give them more time to recover. Adding to this, they are required to go to bed at an earlier time to ensure that they sleep well and are full of energy for the next day.
Greater Responsibility. Increased Independence.
Under the watchful eyes of our camp team, Juniors are encouraged to take on extra responsibility and make thought out decisions for themselves whether it be in the socialising during activities, in the room, or even over meals. As a result they learn to become more independent.