June 23rd - July 2nd, 2019
Host Country / Club
ITALY / Rotary Club: Rotary Club Bergamo
Aim of Camp
Tennis and introduction to Northern part of Italy
Playing Tennis at Tennis Club Bergamo, Bergamo
Additionally: Sport activities and site-seeing (swimming, BBQ, Bergamo,Upper Town (Città Alta), Iseo Lake, Milan and more).
Always assisted by Rotarians.
Detailed program will be sent to all participants
15th April 2019
Total of 8, 4 boys and 4 girls
Limited to one participant per country
16 - 18 years old
English – good level
Hosted in Rotarian families.
210 Euro, via bank transfer, due at confirmation to
Bank: BPB Banca Popolare di Bergamo – Sede di Bergamo
Account: Rotary Club Bergamo
Title: Tennis Camp Bergamo, Italy, Name of participant
IBAN: IT 23 A 05428 11101 000000094724
Sunday - June 23rd, 2019 (preferably in the afternoon)
Tuesday - July 2nd, 2019
Airport: Orio al Serio International Airport (Bergamo-Milan airport) (preferred)
Railway: Milan Central Station, Bergamo Station
Rotarian families will provide for welcome and escort service from/to Bergamo airport/Bergamo station
As per Rotary rules, all students must be insured for personal liability and against damages in case you suffer an incident, according to what Rotary Code of Policy states.
This insurance is included in the cost of the Camp.
Via Zambianchi 5, 24121 Bergamo - Italy
Mail: segreteria (at) rotaryclubbergamo.it
Phone: +39 035 240328
Please send copy of the Application Form also to:
camp (at) rotaryyouthexchange.it
For more information
For your reference, please find herewith minimum requests as per RI Code of Policy
a) Provide coverage on a 24-hour basis from the time the student leaves their home until they return home inclusive of any personal travel before and/or after the agreed Exchange period;
b) Be valid in all countries in which travel will take place with the exception of student’s home country;
c) 24-hour emergency assistance services;
d) US$ 1,000,000 for expenses related to injury or illness such as hospital, doctors/physicians, dentist, ambulance or other usual and customary medical services;
e) US$ 100,000 for accidental death, dismemberment or disability;
f) US$ 50,000 for necessary emergency transport or evacuation of student in the event of severe
illness or bodily injury;
g) US$ 50,000 for repatriation of student’s remains or cremation expenses in the event of death of the student;
h) US$ 50,000 for necessary emergency transport or evacuation of student in the event of non-medical emergency, including due to a political crisis or a natural disaster.