We are thrilled you’re interested in sending your loved one to JTCamp this summer! We take pride in sharing our family tradition that we’ve cherished for more than 50 years with parents.
We know new campers will come to love the natural surroundings – the lakes, mountains, and alpine forest – waiting for them in Flims-Laax. Learn more about our camp location.
At JTCamp, most days are spent in one of our many language courses, partaking in sports, activities, or even an excursion. Our structured program was built to ensure campers make the most of their summer in fun and creative ways.
Campers will stay in one of the best-designed hotels in the world, the Rider’s Hotel, which offers modern features, along with private bathrooms. Take a look at our lodging, room options, and amenities.
Take comfort in knowing your loved one will be enjoying healthy, fresh cuisine each day as our Head Chef serves up only the best. We try to serve as much as possible locally-grown food. We also like to have fun with our food – partaking in Sunday brunch, outdoor picnics, and mountainside barbecues.
In order to ensure all of our campers enjoy their time here, JTCamp has firm rules when it comes to respect and we will not hesitate to expel campers who do not adhere to our rules. We also expect parents to read and understand these rules carefully.
All campers are obligated to follow the program and take part in all the activities. It is not possible to skip language classes or excursions for example, unless parents are taking the campers out for the day, or a private lesson is organized.
Our office is open daily from 8 am to 9:30 pm and we are happy to transfer your calls to your child during meal times, 3 times a day. Kindly understand also, that during outside activities such as BBQ and excursions, we cannot transfer calls. There is an emergency contact available 24/7.
Outside of these hours we do not transfer calls, as we need to stick to our intensive program. It is a JTCamp policy to leave, upon checking-in, campers’ mobile phones with the front desk. They may subsequently be used twice a day for 15 minutes. This also includes tablets and any device capable of transmitting or receiving data.
Although not recommended, cameras and mp3 players may be kept in the rooms. On Sunday, we have a “no-cellphone” day. We highly recommend that the parents explain these rules to their campers.