Language and Sports Camp Inzell
Our International Language and Sports Camp Inzell lies within the majestic Alpine Foreland between the cities of Munich and Salzburg. It is arguably the perfect location for great free-time activities, and close enough for day trips to the Bavarian state capital Munich or the beautiful historic city of Salzburg in Austria.
We see to it that the nationalities in each house are very diverse, so that you are able to speak German or English all the time and learn to master the challenges that the daily life on camp has in store for you. Nonetheless, when you arrive with a friend, we will allow the two of you to be accommodated in the same accommodation.
On Camp Inzell your language course will consist of 5 units per day, taking place for 5 days per week. We offer the following language courses:
In total you will attend 20 units per week in order to improve your language skills. Units will take place rotationally in the mornings or afternoons. There will be no language course during the weekends.
You most certainly will never get bored at Camp Inzell! Just like our language classes, free time activities take place either in the mornings or in the afternoons. Naturally, we offer classic sports such as football, basketball, beach volleyball, tennis, ping pong or handball. Furthernore, you can decide to do some water sports or tap into your creativity at arts & crafts or banner painting workshops. To top everything off, we also provide several fun adventure activities, ranging from crate climbing to archery, from our outdoor climbing wall to slagline parcour.
In the evenings you have the opportunity to enjoy yourself at our BBQs, bonfires, night hikes or one of our themed parties.
To give you a SAMPLE of what one week at Camp Inzell may look like, we provide you with this Camp Inzell Sample Programme.
Please note: This document does not represent the actual programme. It may not take place in this fashion definitely. Many circumstances may lead to the programme being altered or certain activities being swapped or dropped alltogether. You will receive the final programme schedule after having enrolled for camp.
The free-time programme is organised and led by our English and German speaking supervisors. There will always be a ratio of 15 students per supervisor. Our supervisors will know ‘their’ students, just as you will get to know ‘your’ supervisor. They are always there for you to talk to, whether you feel unwell, have a question, or simply fancy a little chat.
Furthermore, we have a 24-hour emergency hotline and we will react to your calls immediately, should there be a bigger problem.
The highlight of the week, and a lovely finale for everyone before they go home, is the day trip. You will go to interesting places, such as to Munich, where you will have a tour of the town to see the most important sights, or will visit the exciting BMW World or the stadium of FC Bayern Munich, its training facilities and museum.
The weekly half-day trip leads to Salzburg in Austria, the city where famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born.
New addition! Salt Mine Berchtesgaden (27 July 2019): All campers who attend camp Inzell for two weeks have the opportunity to visit Berchtesgaden salt mine on Saturday 27 July 2019.
Arrivals and departures for the Language and Sports Camp in Inzell are scheduled for Saturdays. Your parents will either bring you to the camp site by car, or you will travel by plane to Munich or Salzburg, or by train to Traunstein station. If you arrive or depart by plane, we recommend that you book our transfer service to/from Inzell right when you make your camp reservation. Transfer service ensures that you will be picked up and taken to camp, so that you won’t need to worry about anything.
If you arrive by train in Traunstein, transfer service is included. Please organise your arrival and departure at the airport so that you arrive before 12:00 noon and depart after 12:00 noon. For arrivals and transfers outside the allotted times we will have to add a surcharge.
If, due to your age, you have booked a UM service (UM = Unaccompanied Minor) with your airline, you also have to book our UM service accordingly – in addition to our general transfer service. This is necessary as handling unaccompanied minors at the airport is more complicated and time-consuming.