Seasonal Camps - Open Registration

Each year, during the school vacation months of January and July, Camp Roblealto develops recreational camps, open to the public. 

 

These open camps are a great opportunity to make new friends, enjoy yourself to the maximum, and enjoy camp activities in a beautiful, natural setting in the mountains of Heredia, Costa Rica. Campers learn crafts, share about the most important things in their lives and leave the daily routine of life. 

 

These camps are available for boys and girls, ages 4 years to 17 years, seperated in the following way:

  • Preschool Camp (4 - 6 years old)

  • Primary Camp (7 - 11 years old)

  • Middle and High School (12 to 17 years old)

 

We recommend that you send your child for the first time...they won't want to leave! 

 

*Note - Our seasonal camps are open to children of all backgrounds, culture and language, although the program is 100% in Spanish. Many of our highly-trained seasonal counseling staff speak English fluently, as well as our Executive Director, Program Assistant Director and International Programs Director. Although the program is in Spanish, we regularly welcome English as first language speaking children to the seasonal camps. 

Dates, camps and costs for July 2018 are shown below:

Day Camp: 4 a 6 years, 2 and 3 of July - ₡17.500 c/dia

Pre-school: 4 to 6 years, 2 and 4 of July - ₡60.000

Elementary: 7 to 12 years, from 2 to 6 of July - ₡85.000

High School: 12 to 17 years, from 9 to 13 of July - ₡85.000

Next Camp

Camp Registration (Spanish Only)

To register for our July 2018 open camps, please click on the link below.

 

For more information, please feel free to call: 2266-0041 ó 2266-1012 extension 106 or e-mail: campa@roblealto.com. 

Pickup Points - Transportation

San Jose:  Colegio Metodista ubicado 300 metros este de parque de Sabanilla de Montes de Oca

 

Heredia: Escuela Cleto Gonzales

Contáctenos:

info@roblealto.com

(+506) 2266 - 0041

San José de la Montaña

Barva, Heredia

Costa Rica

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