Below you can consult the protocols in reference to the COVID-19 situation that we will implement in the different experiences of Camp La Llanada for Summer 2021. The safety and health of our campers and #StaffLlanada is always our highest priority.

For that reason, this provisional section has been designed in accordance with the guidelines of the American Camp Association [ACA], the Center for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] and the Florida Health Department Guidelines. If necessary, it will be updated as our Summer 2021 evolves and as we have additional information, for that reason we recommend that you check it periodically for updates. Last updated: June 03, 2021

LLANADA COMMITMENT 2021 FOR SLEEPAWAY CAMP @ LAKE WALES, FL

Below you can consult the protocols in reference to the COVID-19 situation that we will implement in our Sleepaway Camp @ Lake Wales, FL Seasons during the summer of 2021. The safety and health of our campers and #StaffLlanada is always our top priority.

 

For that reason, this provisional section has been designed in accordance with the guidelines of the American Camp Association [ACA], the Center for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] and the Florida Health Department Guidelines. If necessary, it will be updated as our Summer 2021 evolves and as we have additional information, for that reason we recommend that you check it periodically for updates. Last updated: June 03, 2021

 

10 Key Points to Enjoy a Safe and Fun Summer

 

  1. Medical control and health protocols:

 

– Forms and medical reports that will be required of our campers

 

Each camper must present before the start of the Season:

 

  • Annual medical evaluation form [the same one that is delivered in the schools].
  • Annual vaccination record [the same one that is delivered in schools].
  • COVID Questionnaire that will include:

 

A special section on symptoms and exposure to COVID-19 [will be open 3 days before attending the Season in each family’s registration system].

Authorization for daily health checks, specifically taking daily temperature.

 

– PCR test requirement

 

The result of two [2] negative PCR tests will be required for each camper and member of our #StaffLlanada [even if they are already vaccinated] before the respective Season. One test must be carried out between 9 and 11 days before and the second 3-5 days before the start of the respective Season. The results of the tests must be uploaded to our system before starting the Season [In case any of the tests have a positive result, the cancellation policies published on our website will apply].

 

The parents of the campers will be able to choose the provider of their convenience to carry out the PCR test as long as the delivery times of the same are taken into account.

 

The tests should be PCR [Polymerase Chain Reaction]. Antigen, antibody or rapid-tests will not be accepted.

 

– Vaccination recommendation

 

We recommend that all our campers 12 years and older receive the second dose of the vaccine 2 weeks before going to Season. If this is not possible, we recommend that they attend the Season with at least 1 of the 2 doses. Likewise, we have strongly recommended to our #StaffLlanada that they be fully vaccinated before starting our # Seasons2021.

 

– Daily temperature and symptoms check for all participants during the Season

 

– Physical health check-ups for all participants in the middle of the Season

 

Our health staff will carry out a general physical evaluation to all participants [campers and Staff] in the middle of the Season to evaluate the general health of the group. Parents will be notified in the event of any irregularity.

 

– Team of trained health personnel

 

According to the regular standards of the American Camp Association, the requirement for seasonal health personnel is people trained and certified in first aid. Historically, we have operated above this requirement, having graduated physicians as health personnel. Additionally, we will have a Health Director [pediatric infectious disease doctor] for telemedicine consultations when required.

 

– Our Health Protocols have been adapted to take into account the following

 

 

  • Public health policies such as: frequent hand washing, cough and sneeze etiquette.
  • Detection and management protocol for possible infections.
  • Contact and communication with the medical and health centers in the area to notify them about our operation and validate the established protocols.

 

 

  1. Communications:

 

– We will maintain constant communications with the families registered before, during and after the Season, updating about adaptations, new protocols, preventive procedures, etc.

 

– The letter activity will be carried out through the BUNK1 platform to avoid physical shipments to the camp.

 

– We will not receive packages for our campers, we recommend checking the list of what to bring well.

 

– Our traditions and signage have been adapted to educate and raise awareness among all participants, promoting best practices for the prevention of contagion.

 

 

  1. Division of groups and use of masks:

 

– The cabins will be made up of a maximum of 12 people, including staff.

 

– The cabin will be considered a ‘household’, where the campers and counselors live, eat and carry out most of the group activities together.

 

– We will form subgroups or ‘cohorts’ made up of a maximum of ‘households’ or cabins. Said ‘cohorts’ will be of a maximum of approximately 90 people [including Staff]. The members of these subgroups will be constant throughout the Season interacting as follows:

In outdoor activities and games.

In activities and games in closed spaces.

 

– All campers must always have a face mask on hand, which will be required when people belonging to different subgroups or cohorts interact.

 

  1. Adaptation of our program:

 

We are experts in designing fun and learning group experiences, so we adapt our program to the required ‘guidelines’ keeping our purpose as the main basis:

 

 

  • We will do most of our outdoor activities whenever possible.
  • Hand washing will be required before and after each activity or camping game.
  • Antibacterial gel will be available in all activity areas so that campers can use it frequently.
  • All equipment for activities and games will be cleaned daily.

 

 

  1. Facilities, cleaning and maintenance:

 

– Access to the cabins will be limited only to members of the ‘households’ who live in them.

 

– The cabins will be cleaned daily, including the bathrooms.

 

– Common spaces will be cleaned daily.

 

– We will reduce access to the facilities for people outside the Season.

 

  1. Meals:

 

– The kitchen staff will use face protection equipment.

 

– Hand washing will be required before and after each meal.

 

– Food will be served buffet style.

 

 

  1. Transportation for the first day of the Season:

 

– On the first day of the Season, the arrival to the camp will be in buses that will leave our headquarters of Day Camp Southwest Ranches. The logistics will be drop-off style and only the camper will be able to get off the car.

 

– In case the camper must go directly to the camp, the logistics will be drop-off style and only the camper will be able to get off the car.

 

– We will avoid large concentrations of people, scaling the arrival times by smaller groups.

 

– During the bus trip, campers must wear a mask.

 

 

  1. Last day of Season:

 

– On the last day of the Season, the departure will be by buses from our camp in Lake Wales and the arrival will be at our headquarters at Day Camp Southwest Ranches. The logistics will be pick-up style and families will not be able to get out of the cars.

 

– In the event that the camper must be picked up directly at the camp, the logistics will be pick-up style and families will not be able to get out of the cars.

 

– During the bus trip, campers must wear a mask.

 

 

  1. Training and preparation of our #StaffLlanada:

 

– As always, our #StaffLlanada is the key piece in the success of any challenge that we set ourselves. We have a committed team with the best attitude to achieve a positive impact on our campers and families when they need it most, having their physical and emotional safety as the basis to achieve it.

 

– All members of our #StaffLlanada will receive updated information on COVID-19 protocols and our LLANADA COMMITMENT before the start of the Seasons.

 

– All #StaffLlanada will be trained to communicate hygiene and prevention routines to their campers effectively while maintaining a Llanada-style camping environment.

 

– We train a select summer team to ensure constant training and supervision for good compliance with our protocols. This team, made up of members of Management, Coordinators and Guides with experience, as well as operational and administrative staff, will provide constant support during all Seasons in order to adjust to best practices quickly and effectively.

 

– As part of our purpose and with the health and safety of the campers and #StaffLlanada being our priority, we have strongly recommended that every adult who works in the camp be fully vaccinated and that additionally 2 PCR tests be carried out at the times indicated in our COMMITMENT LLANADA before the start of the Season.

 

 

  1. Teamwork with our #FamiliaLlanada:

 

– We involve parents in the pre-season awareness task of our campers, to ensure that they are aware of the prevention measures that we will implement during the Seasons. It is a challenge, but we are sure that together we will achieve our objectives by maintaining constant communication.

 

– We strongly recommend avoiding group trips or concentrations at parties and meetings during the stage prior to the corresponding Season, especially the 10 days before, period in which the PCR tests should be performed.

 

– During the course of the Season, the parents of the #FamiliaLlanada agree to inform immediately in the event that any member of the family nucleus or person close to the camper presents symptoms related to COVID-19 or tests positive in a test to take the relevant measures.

 

– In addition, we recommend that once the campers return home after the Season they keep a responsible quarantine of 7 days without having contact with unvaccinated people, with any risk or the elderly; and that a PCR test be performed again 3 to 5 days after their return. Likewise, we recommend avoiding group trips or concentrations at parties and meetings during the same period of time when returning from the respective Season.

 

– Our commitment as an organization will be to minimize the risk of contagion by closely monitoring the symptoms within our Seasons.

 

– The role of parents will be fundamental in the success of our Seasons, their active participation before, during and after the Season will increase the chances of success of our summer.

LLANADA COMMITMENT 2021 TO LITTLE SLEEPAWAY CAMP @ SEBRING, FL

Below you can consult the protocols in reference to the COVID-19 situation that we will implement in our Founding Season of Little Sleepaway Camp @ Sebring, FL during the summer of 2021. The safety and health of our campers and #StaffLlanada is always our highest priority.

 

For that reason, this provisional section has been designed in accordance with the guidelines of the American Camp Association [ACA], the Center for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] and the Florida Health Department Guidelines. If necessary, it will be updated as our Summer 2021 evolves and as we have additional information, for that reason we recommend that you check it periodically for updates. Last updated: June 03, 2021

 

10 Key Points to Enjoy a Safe and Fun Summer

 

  1. Medical control and health protocols:

 

Forms and medical reports that will be required of our campers

 

Each camper must present before the start of the Season:

 

  • Annual medical evaluation form [the same one that is delivered in the schools].
  • Annual vaccination record [the same one that is delivered in schools].
  • COVID Questionnaire that will include:

 

A special section on symptoms and exposure to COVID-19 [will be open 3 days before attending the Season in each family’s registration system].

Authorization for daily health checks, specifically taking daily temperature.

 

– PCR test requirement

 

The result of two [2] negative PCR tests will be required for each camper and member of our #StaffLlanada [even if they are already vaccinated] before the Season. One test must be carried out between 9 and 11 days before and the second 3-5 days before the start of the Season. The results of the tests must be uploaded to our system before starting the Season [In case any of the tests have a positive result, the cancellation policies published on our website will apply].

 

The parents of the campers will be able to choose the provider of their convenience to carry out the PCR test as long as the delivery times of the same are taken into account.

 

The tests should be PCR [Polymerase Chain Reaction]. Antigen, antibody or rapid-tests will not be accepted.

 

– Vaccination recommendation

 

We recommend that all our campers 12 years and older receive the second dose of the vaccine 2 weeks before going to Season. If this is not possible, we recommend that they attend the Season with at least 1 of the 2 doses. Likewise, we have strongly recommended to our #StaffLlanada that they be fully vaccinated before starting our # Seasons2021.

 

– Daily temperature and symptoms check for all participants during the Season

 

– Physical health check-ups for all participants in the middle of the Season

 

Our health staff will carry out a general physical evaluation to all participants [campers and Staff] in the middle of the Season to evaluate the general health of the group. Parents will be notified in the event of any irregularity.

 

– Team of trained health personnel

 

According to the regular standards of the American Camp Association, the requirement for seasonal health personnel is people trained and certified in first aid. Historically, we have operated above this requirement, having graduated physicians as health personnel. Additionally, we will have a Health Director [pediatric infectious disease doctor] for telemedicine consultations when required.

 

– Our Health Protocols have been adapted to take into account the following

 

 

  • Public health policies such as: frequent hand washing, cough and sneeze etiquette.
  • Detection and management protocol for possible infections.
  • Contact and communication with the medical and health centers in the area to notify them about our operation and validate the established protocols.

 

 

  1. Communications:

 

– We will maintain constant communications with the families registered before, during and after the Season, updating about adaptations, new protocols, preventive procedures, etc.

 

– The letter activity will be carried out through the BUNK1 platform to avoid physical shipments to the camp.

 

– We will not receive packages for our campers, we recommend checking the list of what to bring well.

 

– Our traditions and signage have been adapted to educate and raise awareness among all participants, promoting best practices for the prevention of contagion.

 

 

  1. Division of groups and use of masks:

 

– The cabins will be made up of a maximum of 12 people, including staff.

 

– The cabin will be considered a ‘household’, where the campers and guides that make it up live, eat and carry out most of the group activities together.

 

– All campers must always have a face mask on hand, which will be required when physical distancing in closed spaces is difficult.

 

  1. Adaptation of our program:

 

We are experts in designing fun and learning group experiences, so we adapt our program to the required ‘guidelines’ keeping our purpose as the main basis:

 

 

  • We will do most of our outdoor activities whenever possible.
  • Hand washing will be required before and after each activity or camping game.

 

 

 

  • Antibacterial gel will be available in all activity areas so that campers can use it frequently.
  • All equipment for activities and games will be cleaned daily.

 

 

  1. Facilities, cleaning and maintenance:

 

– Access to the cabins will be limited only to members of the ‘households’ who live in them.

 

– The cabins will be cleaned daily, including the bathrooms.

 

– Common spaces will be cleaned daily.

 

– We will reduce access to the facilities for people outside the Season.

 

  1. Meals:

 

– The kitchen staff will use face protection equipment.

 

– Hand washing will be required before and after each meal.

 

– Food will be served buffet style.

 

 

  1. Transportation for the first day of the Season:

 

– On the first day of the Season, the arrival to the camp will be in buses that will leave our headquarters of Day Camp Southwest Ranches. The logistics will be drop-off style and only the camper will be able to get off the car.

 

– In case the camper must go directly to the camp, the logistics will be drop-off style and only the camper will be able to get off the car.

 

– We will avoid large concentrations of people, scaling the arrival times by smaller groups.

 

– During the bus trip, campers must wear a mask.

 

  1. Last day of Season:

 

– On the last day of the season, the departure will be by buses from our camp in Sebring and the arrival will be at our headquarters at Day Camp Southwest Ranches. The logistics will be pick-up style and families will not be able to get out of the cars.

 

– In the event that the camper must be picked up directly at the camp, the logistics will be pick-up style and families will not be able to get out of the cars.

 

– During the bus trip, campers must wear a mask.

 

 

  1. Training and preparation of our #StaffLlanada:

 

– As always, our #StaffLlanada is the key piece in the success of any challenge that we set ourselves. We have a committed team with the best attitude to achieve a positive impact on our campers and families when they need it most, having their physical and emotional safety as the basis to achieve it.

 

– All members of our #StaffLlanada will receive updated information on COVID-19 protocols and our LLANADA COMMITMENT before the start of the Seasons.

 

– All #StaffLlanada will be trained to communicate hygiene and prevention routines to their campers effectively while maintaining a Llanada-style camping environment.

 

– We train a select summer team to ensure constant training and supervision for good compliance with our protocols. This team, made up of members of Management, Coordinators and Experienced Guides, as well as operational and administrative staff, will provide constant support during all Seasons in order to adjust to best practices quickly and effectively.

 

– As part of our purpose and with the health and safety of the campers and #StaffLlanada being our priority, we have strongly recommended that every adult who works in the camp be fully vaccinated and that additionally 2 PCR tests be carried out at the times indicated in our COMMITMENT LLANADA before the start of the Season.

 

  1. Teamwork with our #FamiliaLlanada:

 

– We involve parents in the pre-season awareness task of our campers, to ensure that they are aware of the prevention measures that we will implement during the Seasons. It is a challenge, but we are sure that together we will achieve our objectives by maintaining constant communication.

 

– We strongly recommend avoiding group trips or concentrations at parties and meetings during the stage prior to the corresponding Season, especially the 10 days before, period in which the PCR tests should be performed.

 

– During the course of the Season, the parents of the #FamiliaLlanada agree to inform immediately in the event that any member of the family nucleus or person close to the camper presents symptoms related to COVID-19 or tests positive in a test to take the relevant measures.

 

– In addition, we recommend that once the campers return home after the Season they keep a responsible quarantine of 7 days without having contact with unvaccinated people, with any risk or the elderly; and that a PCR test be performed again 3 to 5 days after their return. Likewise, we recommend avoiding group trips or concentrations at parties and meetings during the same period of time when returning from the respective Season.

 

– Our commitment as an organization will be to minimize the risk of contagion by closely monitoring the symptoms within our Seasons.

 

– The role of parents will be fundamental in the success of our Seasons, their active participation before, during and after the Season will increase the chances of success of our summer.

LLANADA COMMITMENT 2021 FOR NIGHT CAMP ™ @ SOUTHWEST RANCHES, FL

Below you will be able to consult the protocols in reference to the COVID-19 situation that we will implement at our Night Camp ™ @ Southwest Ranches, FL Camps during the summer of 2021. The safety and health of our campers and #StaffLlanada is always our top priority.

 

For that reason, this provisional section has been designed in accordance with the guidelines of the American Camp Association [ACA], the Center for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] and the Florida Health Department Guidelines. If necessary, it will be updated as our Summer 2021 evolves and as we have additional information, for that reason we recommend that you check it periodically for updates. Last updated: June 03, 2021

 

9 Key Points to Enjoy a Safe and Fun Summer

 

  1. Medical control and health protocols:

 

Forms and medical reports that will be required of our campers

 

  • Each camper must present before starting the Camping:
    • Annual medical evaluation form [the same one that is delivered in the schools].
    • Annual vaccination record [the same one that is delivered in schools].
    • COVID Questionnaire that will include:

A special section on symptoms and exposure to COVID-19 [will be open 3 days before attending the Camp in each family’s registration system].

Authorization for daily health checks, specifically taking daily temperature.

 

– PCR test requirement

 

The result of a [1] negative PCR test will be required for each camper and member of our #StaffLlanada [even when they are already vaccinated] performed 3 to 5 days before starting the respective Camping. The test results must be uploaded to our system before starting the Camping [In case the test has a positive result, the cancellation policies published on our website will apply].

 

The parents of the campers will be able to choose the provider of their convenience to carry out the PCR test as long as the delivery times of the same are taken into account.

 

The tests should be PCR [Polymerase Chain Reaction]. Antigen, antibody or rapid-tests will not be accepted.

 

– Vaccination recommendation

 

We strongly recommend to our #StaffLlanada that they are fully vaccinated before starting our # Seasons2021.

 

– Daily health checks

 

Daily temperature and symptoms check of all participants during the Camping.

 

– Our Health Protocols have been adapted to take into account the following

– Public health policies such as: frequent hand washing, cough and sneeze etiquette.

– Detection and management protocol for possible infections.

– Contact and communication with the medical and health centers in the area to notify them about our operation and validate the established protocols.

 

  1. Communications:

 

– We will maintain constant communications with the registered families, updating themselves on adaptations, new protocols, preventive procedures, etc.

 

– Our traditions and signage have been adapted to educate and raise awareness among all participants, promoting best practices for the prevention of contagion.

 

  1. Division of groups and use of masks:

 

– The tents will be made up of a maximum of 10 people, including staff.

– The tent will be considered a ‘household’, where the campers and guides that make it up live, sleep and carry out most of the group activities together.

– All campers must always have a face mask on hand, which will be required when physical distancing in closed spaces is difficult.

 

  1. Adaptation of our program

 

We are experts in designing fun and learning group experiences, so we adapt our program to the required ‘guidelines’ keeping our purpose as the main basis:

 

  • We will do most of our outdoor activities whenever possible.
  • Hand washing will be required before and after each activity or camping game.
  • Antibacterial gel will be available in all activity areas so that campers can use it frequently.
  • All equipment for activities and games will be cleaned daily.

 

  1. Facilities, cleaning and maintenance:

 

– Access to the tents will be limited only to members of the ‘households’ who live in them.

– The tents will be cleaned daily.

– The common spaces will be cleaned daily, including the bathrooms.

– We will reduce access to the facilities of people outside the Camping in progress.

 

  1. Meals:

 

– Campers will make meals with the group that makes up their tent.

– Meals will be served in individual containers with disposable cutlery / utensils.

– Campers will not be allowed to bring food from home.

– Hand washing will be required before and after each meal.

 

  1. Access to the facilities for ‘drop-off’ and ‘pick-up’:

 

– Before the first and last day of the respective Camping, we will send instructions with the arrival protocol [‘drop-off] on Mondays and departure [‘ pick-ups ’] on Fridays. We ask that you familiarize yourself with the process as family members will not be able to get out of the cars.

– Having completed all the requirements and registration forms is essential to access the ‘drop-off’ area and not delay the process.

– We will have a temperature control station before accessing the ‘drop off’ point.

 

 

  1. Training of our #StaffLlanada:

 

– As always, our #StaffLlanada is the key piece in the success of any challenge that we set ourselves. We have a committed team with the best attitude to achieve a positive impact on our campers and families when they need it most, having their physical and emotional safety as the basis to achieve it.

– All members of our #StaffLlanada will receive updated information on COVID-19 protocols and our commitment before the start of the Camps.

– All #StaffLlanada will be trained to communicate hygiene and prevention routines to their campers effectively while maintaining a Llanada-style camping environment.

– We train a select summer team to ensure constant training and supervision for good compliance with our protocols. This team, made up of members of Management, Coordinators and experienced Guides, as well as operational and administrative staff, will provide constant support throughout the summer in order to adjust to best practices quickly and effectively.

 

  1. Teamwork with our #FamiliaLlanada:

 

– We involve parents in the pre-summer awareness task of our campers, to ensure that they are aware of the prevention measures that we will implement during the Camping. It is a challenge, but we are sure that together we will achieve our objectives by maintaining constant communication.

 

– We strongly recommend avoiding group trips or concentrations at parties and meetings during the stage prior to the corresponding Camping, especially the 10 days before, period in which the PCR test must be carried out.

 

– During the course of the Camping, the parents of the #FamiliaLlanada commit to inform immediately in the event that any member of the family nucleus or person close to the camper presents symptoms related to COVID-19 or tests positive in a test to take the relevant measures.

 

– In addition, we recommend that once the campers return home after the Camping they keep a responsible quarantine of 7 days without having contact with unvaccinated people, with any risk or the elderly; and that a PCR test be performed again 3 to 5 days after their return. Likewise, we recommend avoiding group trips or concentrations at parties and meetings during the same period of time when returning from the respective Camping.

 

– Our commitment as an organization will be to minimize the risk of contagion by closely monitoring the symptoms within our Campsites.

 

– The role of parents will be fundamental in the success of our Camps, their active participation before, during and after Camping will increase the chances of success of our summer.

LLANADA COMMITMENT 2021 FOR DAY CAMPS @ SOUTHWEST RANCHES, FL & MIAMI HORSE COUNTRY, FL

Below you can consult the protocols in reference to the COVID-19 situation that we will implement in our Weeks of Day Camp @ Southwest Ranches, FL & Miami Horse Country, FL during the summer of 2021. The safety and health of our campers and #StaffLlanada is always our top priority.

 

For that reason, this provisional section has been designed in accordance with the guidelines of the American Camp Association [ACA], the Center for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] and the Florida Health Department Guidelines. If necessary, it will be updated as our Summer 2021 evolves and as we have additional information, for that reason we recommend that you check it periodically for updates. Last updated: June 03, 2021

 

7 Key Points to Enjoy a Safe and Fun Summer

 

  1. Medical control and health protocols:

 

For all participants:

 

– We recommend that 14 days prior to the start of the respective Week, the camper’s exposure to multiple contacts be reduced to minimize the probability of contagion and that daily temperature monitoring be carried out at home. Also, avoid close contact with people who have been diagnosed, tested, or quarantined as a result of COVID-19.

 

– The temperature of all participants will be checked daily. This will be a requirement to enter the camp daily.

 

– Each camper must present before starting the Day Camp Week:

– Medical form that must be completed in our registration system, which is an essential requirement to participate.

– COVID Questionnaire that will include:

– A special section on symptoms and exposure to COVID-19 [will be open 3 days before attending the respective Week in each family’s registration system].

Authorization for daily health checks, specifically taking daily temperature.

 

For our #StaffLlanada:

 

– We strongly recommend to our #StaffLlanada that they are fully vaccinated before starting our Day Camp weeks.

 

– The result of a [1] negative PCR test will only be required for members of our Staff who are not fully vaccinated, which must be performed 3 to 5 days before starting the respective Day Camp Week.

 

 

  1. Communications:

 

– Our rules, traditions and signage this year include education, awareness and promotion of best practices for the prevention of contagion.

 

– If a case of COVID-19 is confirmed during or immediately after the respective week, we will communicate it directly to the families who have been in contact with the confirmed person so that they can fulfill isolation and preventive care.

 

 

  1. Division of groups and use of masks:

 

– This summer we will carry out the activities in small groups of maximum 12 people, including staff, whom we will call “bubbles”. The members of each bubble will be the same throughout the week.

 

– Each bubble will be considered a “household”, where the campers and guides that make it up live, eat and carry out group activities together.

 

– When necessary and appropriate we will form subgroups or “cohorts” made up of a maximum of bubbles according to the guidelines of the State of Florida. These subgroups will be constant throughout the week interacting as follows:

– In outdoor activities and games.

– Hand washing will be required before and after each activity or camping game.

– All campers must always have a face mask on hand, which will be required when people belonging to different subgroups or cohorts interact.

 

  1. Facilities, cleaning and maintenance:

 

– Each “bubble” will have the necessary space and a kit of materials to carry out its activities.

– We will have staff who will be in charge of cleaning and maintaining the bathrooms and common equipment on a daily basis.

 

 

  1. Meals:

 

– Campers will make meals with the group that makes up their “bubble”.

– Meals will be served in individual containers with disposable cutlery / utensils.

– Campers will not be allowed to bring lunch boxes or food from home.

– Hand washing will be required before and after each meal.

 

  1. Training of our #StaffLlanada:

 

– As always, our #StaffLlanada is the key piece in the success of any challenge that we set ourselves. We have a committed team with the best attitude to achieve a positive impact on our campers and families when they need it most, having their physical and emotional safety as the basis to achieve it.

 

– All members of our #StaffLlanada will receive updated information on COVID-19 protocols and our commitment before the start of the Day Camp Weeks.

 

– All #StaffLlanada will be trained to communicate hygiene and prevention routines to their campers effectively while maintaining a Llanada-style camping environment.

 

– We train a select summer team to ensure constant training and supervision for good compliance with our protocols. This team, made up of members of Management, Coordinators and experienced Guides, as well as operational and administrative staff, will provide constant support throughout the summer in order to adjust to best practices quickly and effectively.

 

  1. Teamwork with our #FamiliaLlanada:

 

– We involve parents in the pre-summer awareness task of our campers, to ensure that they are aware of the prevention measures that we will implement during the Weeks of Day Camp. It is a challenge, but we are sure that together we will achieve our objectives by maintaining constant communication.

 

– We strongly recommend avoiding group trips or concentrations at parties and meetings during the stage prior to the corresponding Day Camp Week, especially the 10 days before

How can you reach Camp La Llanada?

As always, we are available to you and ready to answer your questions, concerns or comments.

You can email us at info@camplallanada.com or call us at (305) 390-0476. We will reply to your messages within 48 hours.

Thank you!

To learn about our cancellation policies for Summer 2021, visit: CANCELLATION POLICIES