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Father And Son Adventure Camp Photo Gallery 18-19 March 2016 - Photo Gallery

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Father & Son Adventure Camp
18-19 March 2016


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FAQs - Father And Son Adventure Camp

1.Can I bring more than one son to attend the camp?
 Sorry. The intent is for sons to receive exclusive attention from their fathers, and it is best achieved in a one-to-one setting. As such, only one son can attend at a time.
2.What is the age limit for my son?
 The camp is designed for sons age 8 to 13 only.
3.Can we take the tent home with us?
 Of course! The tent belongs to you and we highly encourage that you take your son out on more camping trips in the future.
4.Will transport be provided to take us to the campsite?
 No. But fret not as we will be providing you with a location map and directions that will lead you to the campsite safely.
5.What time do I have to be at the campsite and what time does the camp end?
 Please download our camp program here so that you can plan your travel time.
6.What items should we pack for the camp?
 We will provide you with a packing list about 2 weeks before camp starts so that you will have ample time to prepare for your adventure together.

Have a question that is not answered here? Kindly contact us and we will be happy to assist you!

Father And Son Adventure Camp

The Father & Son Adventure Camp offers fathers and sons exclusive one-on-one time for playing, relaxing, working and talking together – all in the midst of an “adventure-camp” setting.


Mother And Son Connection

The Mother & Son Connection is aimed at providing a platform for mothers and sons to deepen and strengthen their relationship. It also creates an avenue for mothers and sons to intentionally spend time with one another.


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