Our child is relatively "experienced" in the issue of children's camps, so last summer we decided to take something uncomplicated - and then there was an opportunity in Hawaii! No one was on this "fairy island": the documents were simply collected, so we went without hesitation.
She liked the camp very much: of course, this is not Los Angeles in terms of the metropolis, but the camp itself is on the territory of a Hawaiian university, so everything is very well equipped, it has everything you need. The computers are new, the rooms in the hostels are clean and bright. After-school program is very fun: the administration is in full swing using Hawaii’s exotics, which is why there were national dances and weaving famous wreaths, and, of course, plenty of time on the beaches. She managed to swim with a mask - it is very beautiful: you can rent an underwater camera for reasonable money and make beautiful pictures.
Teachers and visitors, and locals - everyone knows English, are friendly, and the Haitians do not stop smiling at all! The daughter says that even the staff from the local people were completely fatherly about them, always greeted them and asked how were things, whether they needed help. Our child is old enough and independent, but if you have a teenager of 11-13 years old or go abroad for the first time, send it, don’t worry: everyone will look after him.