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Guide To Summer Camps

WORLD HORIZONS INTERNATIONAL, LLC

WORLD HORIZONS INTERNATIONAL, LLC

What we're all about...

World Horizons offers community service trips to locations in Costa Rica, Dominica (in the eastern Caribbean), Ecuador, Fiji, Iceland, India, Italy and domestically in Utah at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, California at Strides Therapeutic Riding Center and New York working with farm animals, and in Connecticut doing visual and performing arts In Fiji our students stay as guests of the chief in Nokoro Kula and teach in the local schools. In Costa Rica they run day camp activities for children or do environmental work in the Rain Forest. In Ecuador they do repairs and painting on small schools up in the Andes Mountains. In Dominica they work with the Department of Youth and Sports Services helping children. In India students will volunteer at the VSPCA working with an animal sanctuary. In Italy students will be located in downtown Rome volunteering at a park and in Iceland students do a reforestation project with the Icelandic government. In some locations we do internships which help with language skills and immerse students in the local culture.

WORLD HORIZONS INTERNATIONAL, LLC
WORLD HORIZONS INTERNATIONAL, LLC
WORLD HORIZONS INTERNATIONAL, LLC
WORLD HORIZONS INTERNATIONAL, LLC
WORLD HORIZONS INTERNATIONAL, LLC

Contact us

World Horizons International, LLC

Stuart L. Rabinowitz

(203) 266-5874 or (800) 262- 5874

(203) 266-6227

Fax:

Our camp address

WORLD HORIZONS INTERNATIONAL, LLC

Costa Rica, Dominica, Ecuador, Fiji, Iceland, India, Italy

Founded:

Type:

Overnight

Age Range:

Campers:

Coed

Lodging:

Differ depending on location

Capacity:

12 per trip max

Accreditation

What we offer...

Activities

Adventure Programs, Community Service, Fine Arts, Hiking, Horseback/English, Horseback/Western, Languages, Photography, Team Building, Travel Camp,

Cost & Sessions

Contact us for rates & dates.

Camp Q&A

How do we screen staff?

Ratio of campers to staff?

What are our safety & security policies?

How do we handle disciplinary issues?

What medical resources are available?

What's our typical daily schedule?

How do we help campers with homesickness?

What percentage of campers return to camp?

What kind of food is served?

Can parents visit camp?

How do campers communicate with parents?

Are references available?

What's our policy regarding phones and digital devices?

Is tuition assistance available?