10.Aug - 20.Aug 2017
Urkmez , Turquie


  • chantiers 1-3 semaines
  • ENVI
  • LANG
  • GEN-11
Age minimum : 14
Frais d’inscription : 150.00 EUR
Frais supp : 260.00 EUR


Teenage camp with extra fee / Work camp site is safe and secure.

  • Code : GEN-11
  • Dispo : 6M / 8F (Total Part 15)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / TUR
  • Age : 14 - 18


Are you in 14-18 age group and do you want to improve your English in an international group of young people? This is a camp for you to have fun with less work and more speaking. Whatever level you have like beginner, poor, under intermediate, you will speak a lot to improve your English. Apart from the light daily work, there will be 3 hours outdoor English lessons, night games, afternoon language activities, culturel night and national dance activities. There will be Turkish youngsters as well in the group. So you will have a chance to learn a lot about them and you will introduce your culture and country. You will play games altogether. It will be a great camp, great fun.


Volunteers will be responsible for the daily cleaning of the site including the area, kitchen, toilet and bathrooms and other buildings and some landscaping work. Part of the the group will clean the beach.


A: In a camping site by the seaside, under tents and huts. Sleeping bag and mat are necessary. If you want privacy you can bring your own tent. Toilets and showers are shared. F: Will be served at the site.


Seferihisar is the first slow city (Citta Slow) of Turkey in the West of Turkey. Camp site is by the sea and about 10 km. from the town center. You can swim everyday and also have a chance to try scuba diving at an extra cost. Work camp site is safe and secure.


Extra Fee: 260 Euro to cover the cost of accommodation, food and the administrative costs of the local host. Part of the fee will raise a fund for disabled people to camp at the same place after the camp.

GENÇTUR ‘s work camps aim to create possibilities for young volunteers to meet young people from other cultures, learn about traditional way of life in Turkey, to improve their foreign languages, and to discover traditional Turkish hospitality and delicious Turkish food. Most of the camps are organized in small town or villages where are not touristy areas and where you can find the real side of the daily life.

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