Abu Dhabi kids' summer camps
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The whole caboodle
The Hilton Abu Dhabi’s Summer Camp returns for its sixth year to relieve parents of their four to 12 year olds (at least from Jun 13 to Sep 2). Packed with activities, from crafts to martial arts, the camp promises to overload your kids with entertainment – and a little education at the same time.
Dhs775 for first week, Dhs650 for subsequent weeks, includes all activities and lunchtime meals. Sun-Thu, 9am-3pm. Contact 02 692 4205; firstname.lastname@example.org
This year the Libra Summer Camp will run from June 20 at various locations, including the Raha International School and the Canadian International School. The camp is suitable for ages five-14 and offers a mix of sporting activities and classroom-based activities. These include ball games, swimming, languages, drama and many more.
Sun-Thu, 8am-1.45pm. Contact email@example.com; 050 325 5492 / 055 922 8362 for an application form
In addition to its usual offerings, this summer sees Fun City at Marina Mall starting up its Summer Fun programme. From June 13, the camp will run Sunday to Wednesday for two months. Activities will include arts and crafts, cooking, theatre, dance, martial arts, yoga, field trips and a summer show. Prices vary for day, week and month packages. To register, take two passport-sized photographs down to the centre.
Limited places are available. Contact 02 681 5527
From June 13 to August 5, the Beach Rotana’s Kids’ Summer Camp welcomes children aged five to 12. From Sun-Thu, 9am-2pm your kids can take part in arts and crafts, sports, water-based activities and dancing. The camp also includes informative (but fun!) classes on subjects such as world cultures and environmental issues.
Dhs100 for the day (Dhs120 non-members) or Dhs450 per week (Dhs550 non-members). Lunch included. Contact 02 697 9302
Aiming to take your child on a ‘journey of growth’, the Millennium Hotel Summer Camp runs this year from June 20 until August 5. The camp involves physical activities (including daily swimming sessions) alongside practical and educational classes, such as cookery and first aid.
Prices start at Dhs600 for one week, running Sun-Thu 9am-3pm. Contact 02 614 6000 ext 7555
Children from four-12 years are invited to join the Shangri-La Kids Summer Camp from June 20 to July 29. Activities include football, swimming lessons, magicians, water polo, treasure hunt, martial arts, dancing, yoga, face painting and more.
Camp runs Sun-Thu, 8.30am-3pm. Prices start from Dhs175 for one day to Dhs2,600 for six weeks inclusive of lunch and beverages, discount for siblings available. Contact 02 509 8910/11; firstname.lastname@example.org
For a wide variety of activities, from martial arts and swimming to arcade and computer games, take your five to 13 year olds to the Armed Forces Officers’ Club Summer Camp. Experienced staff encourage children to build their mental and physical skill in an environment they can enjoy.
Jun 13-Jul 22, Sun-Thu 9am-2pm. Contact 02 441 5900 ext 5229
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