You will find here all the relevant information and documents for the Language Camp you have booked, as well as answers to the most frequently asked questions:

Download information and forms to be completed

1. Please read the information about Overnight Camps or Day Camps without Overnight Stay (depending on which type of camp you have booked).

2. Please read the additional information about the location you have booked.

3. Please print all forms marked with an asterisk *. These must be filled out and given to your child to take to camp on the first day.

Do you have Questions? Take a look at our FAQ section

Overnight Camps

Here you will find general travel information (contact person, food, packing list, program, camp rules...) and important forms to be completed*. Please also read the information about your chosen location at the bottom of this page.

Day Camps without Overnight Stay

Here you will find general travel information (contact person, food, packing list, program, camp rules...) and important forms to be completed*. Please also read the information about your chosen location at the bottom of this page.

Additional information about your camp location

Important additional information for individual locations can be found in the following list - including addresses, contacts and directions, additional packing list, transfer, arrival, and departure information, etc.

FAQ - General

In the three sections at the end of this page you will find important information for you to read through as well as all the forms that need to be completed:

1. Have you booked a Language Camp with overnight stay for your child? Then you will find all the relevant documents and forms under "Overnight Camps", including travel information, consent form, hygiene plan, etc. Please read these carefully, fill out the required forms (these are marked accordingly) and give them to your child to take to camp.

2. Have you booked a Day Camp without overnight stay for your child? Then you will find all the relevant documents and forms under "Day Camps", including travel information, consent form, hygiene plan, etc. Please read these carefully, fill out the required forms (these are marked accordingly) and give them to your child to take to camp.

3. IMPORTANT: Please also read the additional documents about the location you have booked. Here you will find information about transfers and arrivals, contact details, an additional packing list, etc.

About 1 to 3 weeks before the camp starts, you will receive an email with the name and telephone number of the camp director, who will be your contact person for the duration of the camp.

You can find detailed information about arrivals and departures in the travel information for the camp you have booked. Please check on which day of the week the arrival and departure fall, and at what times the children can be brought and picked up.

Please note that some of our Language Camps run from Sunday to Saturday, others start on a Saturday and end on a Friday.

We have listed the respective camp duration for you here:

  • 1-week camps include 6 overnight stays
  • 2-week camps include 12 overnight stays (Möhnesee, Mimbach, Ratingen and Darmstadt: 13 overnight stays)
  • Day camps last 5 days and do not include overnight stays
  • Weekend camps last 3 days and include 2 overnight stays

The meeting points for the transfers and transfer times are listed in the travel information for the camp you have booked.

About 1 to 3 weeks before the camp starts, you will receive an email with the contact details of the camp director, including the telephone number. The transfer will be chaperoned.

On your invoice, you can see what type of travel you have booked. If you would like to change it, please send an email to the contact person for your camp.

About 2 weeks before the camp starts, you will receive a separate email confirming the type of travel booked.

FAQ - Covid-19

The health of all participants and counselors is our top priority. Naturally, all camps will take place in accordance with the regulations set out by the authorities and with a comprehensive hygiene plan which proved highly effective during our 2020 and 2021 Language Camps.

Please help us keep the Language Camps safe by following these rules:

  1. A negative COVID-19 test not more than 24 hours old must be presented on arrival. This must be an official test, not a self test. Exemptions are made for COVID recovered and fully immunized participants, provided these are certified as such.
  2. Please read the Berlitz Camps Hygiene Measures and the Consent Form COVID-19 carefully and acknowledge these rules with your signature.
  3. Please review these rules with your children and explain why it will be necessary to take their temperature before traveling as well as to wear a medical or FFP2 mask in certain situations at the camp.
  4. Please pack at least one mask for each day of camp. Masks must be changed daily. Please pack a dirty laundry bag, make sure that worn clothing is stowed in this dirty laundry bag and that used masks are disposed of in the trash can.
  5. Since hygiene requirements are subject to change at short notice, we may receive new information from our guest houses before the camp starts on how the applicable rules will be implemented in their accommodation. We will notify all participants of any last-minute changes by email.

We expect that the 2022 Language Camps will be able to take place in compliance with the applicable requirements and orders.

Since hygiene requirements are subject to change at short notice, we may receive new information from our guest houses before the camp starts on how the applicable rules will be implemented in their accommodation. We will notify all participants of any last-minute changes per email.

Should the trip have to be cancelled, we will inform you by email no later than 4 weeks before the start of the camp.

Please feel free to contact our team anytime - we are here for you!