Camper’s Frequently Asked Questions
About our Staff
The gross of our Staff are from Germany, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia & USA. But in total every year we get staff from around 40 different countries.
A great percentage of the staff has had previous experiences in outdoor education settings in different parts and type of programs across the globe.
About the Program
All our camps run in English, so as long as he / she can manage basic English, she / he can surely participate. That being said, he / she should be prepared to get immersed in the local language, and be open to the idea of exploring the culture, the food and traditions of a foreign nation. Quite an experience!
About Language Courses
There are 4 levels of courses:
All vehicles used for transfers are maintained to the highest security standards.
European campers do not need a Visa. For any other nationalities information regarding visas, passports and authorizations to enter and stay in Europe, it is advisable to consult the German Consulate or Embassy in your country. If you require any assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to help you.[/columnize]
No, we are not a travel agency. However, we can provide tips and offer suggestions, based on our experience. Airfare reservations and purchases are the sole responsibility of each participant.[/columnize]
Camp Europe provides a shuttle service from Hamburg & Hanover Airports to the main camp site in Walsrode.
As well, Munich & Frankfurt airports transfers are available, according to each program.
Campers can also get picked up at the train station in Walsrode or Neuburg.
Please consult the Camper’s Info Pack for current cost and time frames for the shuttle service.
Airport shuttle Hanover 45/45 EUR (arrival between Noon – 4pm/departure 12- 4pm)
Airport shuttle Hanover 105/105 EUR (arrival before 10am or after 3pm/departure before 12pm and after 4pm)
You can opt for a medical coverage of 35 euro, a registration fee refund policy of 45 euro, and in addition we can guide you to obtain full travel insurance which will also supplement the medical coverage for roughly 90 euros / 2 weeks.
No, although nuts in general are not included in the daily diet of our menus, we can not guarantee a peanut free environment.
Any special dietary restriction must be mentioned during the registration process, so we can prevent in taking care about it.
At all camps there is always a vegetarian meal option.
At some camps it is possible to provide “halal-like style”* food. For further information in regards to this, please contact us directly about it.
No, we can not guarantee a gluten-free environment.
About Legal Matters
If a camper is surprised consuming alcohol, cigarrettes or any other drug, it will be grounds for immediate dismissal from the program.