Summer Camp – What To Pack For the summer holidays

Posted By lenguaventura on Apr 28, 2017 in Lifestyle |

Knowing what to pack for your summer camp can be tricky! Our camps are jam packed with activities which is really exciting but can also be quite hard to plan for. We’ve got your covered at Lenguaventura so keep reading to see our handy list of what to pack for summer camp!

First things first, you need to make sure your luggage arrives safely in Spain when you’re travelling to camp. Most of the campers  prefer a suitcase instead of a rucksack . Either is fine as we’ll be able to help you with any heavy luggage once you reach the airport Málaga. Just remember, you’re going to need some stuff for camp so make sure you’ve got enough room to fit it all in whilst also ensuring it fits with your airline’s luggage guidelines.

Clothes: Now this one is pretty obvious, but you’re going to need clothes.

But what type of clothes should you take to summer camp?

We suggest you bring casual clothes as our days are fun-filled, active and outdoors. Here are the clothing items we suggest:
– T-shirts – you’ll get an awesome Lenguaventura t-shirt when you arrive with us, which you’ll love,  but pack a few more for evenings and layering up
– Shorts – we recommend chino style and loose fitting so you won’t be restricted
– Pants
– Light summer dresses – these can be useful to throw over bikinis on the way to the beach or keep you covered up in the sun
– Joggers/ leggings
– Pyjamas

Summer camp, Lenguaventura T-Shirt

Don’t worry, you’ll get your clothes washed twice a week here at the camp. Also, remember that most of our activities are outdoors so we wouldn’t recommend bringing lots of expensive clothes or your favourite designer jacket as it could easily get ruined.

The weather in Spain in summer is beautiful of course, but it can sometimes get a little cold at night – we suggest a hoodie and light jacket to layer up on those colder evenings.

Water Sports Clothing:
We recommend bringing a range of swimsuits and bikinis as well as a beach towel; plus a kaf-tan or dress to keep you covered in the sun. We love the bikinis designed by professional kite-boarder Sensi Graves. Her swimwear is fashionable, functional and super stylish so why not check out her amazing range?

You do not have to bring a wetsuit for the kitesurf and windsurf camp. Our partner schools provide all necessary material to our campers.

Our adventure camp do what they say on the tin – adventure – so practical shoes are a must! We recommend a pair of trainers with good grip for day-to-day wear. Also bring:
– flip slops/ thong sandals
– Plimsole style shoes (like Vans or Converse)

And lastly, don’t forget:
– Electrical chargers/ phone charger
– Toiletries & toothbrush
– Sun cream
– Hat & sunglasses
– Camera
– Small rucksack
– Plug convertor to fit Spanish plug sockets
Anything else you can’t live without!

Please find here the complete list of what to bring.