Escape the city and join us for an unforgettable 7-day Summer Camp surrounded by the serene beauty of nature! Forest School Azerbaijan invites kids aged 8-14 years to explore the area surrounded by mountains, and forest with exciting activities including hiking, campfire storytelling, survival skills, and more. Our experienced outdoor educators provide a safe and non-formal learning environment to nurture creativity, build resilience, and foster a love for nature. Limited spots available, register now!
Our camp is a great chance for your child to unplug from technology and connect with the natural world, fostering a love for nature and environmental stewardship. With new friends, discoveries and experiences gained in the camp, the children return full of strength and happy. This is the result that all parents want. Don’t miss this opportunity!
As per the “Forest School” educational approach, all children are involved in activities according to their age group. Age groups are grouped as 8-10 and 11-14. Language groups are considered here also. Each group has a pedagogy-leader. Children participate and are guided in activities according to their age and language group.
The main goal of Forest School Azerbaijan’s 7-day Summer Camp is to provide a safe and supportive outdoor environment for children to learn, play, and connect with nature, fostering a love for nature and environmental stewardship.
Our Camp program includes:
Arrival and welcome activities: Upon arrival, campers will be greeted by the camp staff and given a brief tour of the campsite. They will then participate in welcome activities to get to know each other.
Camp orientation and safety briefing: Camp staff will provide campers with important safety information and an overview of camp rules and expectations.
Check-in and exploring the campsite: Campers will set up their living spaces and be given time to explore the campsite and get familiar with the surrounding area.
Introduction to team building and communication activities: Campers will participate in games and activities that promote team building, communication, and trust among group members.
Hiking: Campers will go on a hike in the nearby forest, learning about local flora and fauna.
Outdoor survival skills, including fire-building and shelter-making: Campers will learn basic survival skills and techniques for building shelters and starting fires in the wilderness.
Campfire storytelling and songs in the evening: In the evening, campers will gather around the campfire to share stories, songs, and jokes.
Swimming and water activities in the pool: Campers will have the opportunity to cool off and enjoy the water with various water games.
Environmental education and wildlife observation activities: Campers will learn about the local environment, ecology, and wildlife, and participate in observation activities such as birdwatching and bug catching.
Art and craft activities using natural materials: Campers will create art projects using natural materials such as rocks, leaves, and sticks.
Adventure and high ropes activities: Campers will participate in outdoor adventure activities such as zip-lining and rock climbing.
Creative writing and poetry inspired by nature: Campers will be encouraged to express their creativity by writing poems or short stories inspired by the natural surroundings.
Evening campfire and stargazing: Campers will gather around the campfire and enjoy the night sky while learning about the stars and constellations.
Excursion to nearby natural and cultural landmarks: Campers will visit nearby natural or cultural landmarks, such as a local waterfall and historic site.
Lunch and picnic in the forest: Campers will have lunch in the forest, enjoying the scenery and fresh air.
Outdoor games and team-building activities in the evening: In the evening, campers will participate in outdoor games and team-building activities.
Environmental service project, such as planting trees: Campers will participate in a service project that helps to protect and preserve the natural environment.
Survival skills challenge: Campers will participate in a survival skills challenge, putting their new skills to the test.
Talent show and campfire party in the evening: In the evening, campers will have the opportunity to showcase their talents and enjoy a campfire party.
Closing ceremony and reflection activities: Campers will participate in a closing ceremony and reflective activities, sharing their thoughts and experiences from the week.
Campsite clean-up and packing: Campers will clean up their living spaces and pack their belongings.
Farewell lunch and departure: Campers will have a final lunch together before departing the campsite.
The following are the conditions for the refund of the amount paid for the services (camping, expedition, training, and other related activities) organized by us and received by you: