Frequently Asked Questions
Group Leaders Responsibilities
Participants are divided into age-based groups for activities and excursions, and they are supervised at all times. Group leaders allocated to the groups and are responsible for the social welfare of their group and will be your participants main contact throughout the camp. Group leaders ensure that everyone is on time in the morning to begin the day, and check that all members of their group know what is expected of them and which programme they have. They should also accompany their group at all times, including meal times.
All participants are supervised and provided with support, care and guidance at all times by our friendly, helpful and encouraging camp staff. We work hard to make sure every member of the camp community feels welcome, included, happy and at ease throughout their time with us.
We accept 13-18 year olds in one group and 18+ as another group. Offering college, university students and families to take part in the summer camp.
How do children arrive at camp?
We organise optional Airport transfers from Salzburg Airport (SZG) only 40 minutes drive from the camp location.
Food and Meals
We provide a wide range of food at the CJD canteen. The kitchen staff make every effort to use fresh and local produce wherever possible.
We also encourage participants to socialise with one another at the canteen. All participants are required to sit around the dining table, giving them the opportunity to develop their communication skills and build friendships.
We cater for a range of dietary requirements, including:
Vegetarians and Vegans
Coeliac / Gluten free
Peanut (only) free