Ten clubs* in Rotary District 2250 jointly invite young people from around the world to apply for our ‘Summer Camp’ in beautiful southwestern Norway.
Why visit us?
Norway is famous for its Viking heritage and spectacular fjords. It is a world-class travel destination with unforgettable scenery, pleasant cities and friendly people. It also tops lists of the best countries to live in. Come see for yourself.
Theme: Fjords, beaches, activities and culture.
Purpose: Introduce participants to Norway, offer international experience and build an international network of friends.
Dates: 17 to 27 August 2018.
Arrivals/Departure: Stavanger Airport – Sola.
Location: Southwestern Norway.
Participants: Up to 12. Both genders, all from different countries.
Age group: 18 through 21.
Accommodation: Varies. Includes hotels and cabins. Provided by clubs.
Program: The 10 clubs have been divided into three regional teams, each eager to share local attractions and traditions. The program includes cultural events, sightseeing and historical tours, wilderness and fjord experiences, sampling Norwegian food and get-togethers with locals plus plenty of free time to build friendships with the other members of your group.
Costs: Airfare and spending money. Other costs covered by the hosts.
Clothing: Summer weather varies. Bring a bathing suit, shorts, t-shirts, warm clothing and solid hiking shoes, water- and wind-proof jacket, plus a fleece or sweater and hat.
Insurance: Participants must be insured against illness, accidents and third-party liabilities.
Applications: Applications will be considered in order of arrival. Please email to vjodalen (at) online.no () For more information, contact Odd Arne Bakker at bakker (at) online.no ().