CISV Singapore


Embark on an Unforgettable Journey at Adventure Camp
Are you ready to escape the ordinary and dive into a world of excitement, challenge, and camaraderie? Welcome to Adventure Camp, where the thrill of the outdoors meets the spirit of adventure! Our camp is not just a getaway; it’s an immersive experience designed to push boundaries, foster personal growth, and create lasting memories.
Adventure Camp is more than just a series of adrenaline-pumping activities; it’s a community of like-minded individuals coming together to share in the excitement of the great outdoors. Forge new friendships and celebrate the triumphs of conquering challenges together.


Day Camps are a fantastic way for programs if getting participants to stay over is a challenge. Activities in Day program can sometimes be more exciting than a stay in as it can allow for the organisers to utilise almost anywhere for activities.


Our Holiday Camps offer a wide array of activities and experiences designed to keep your 5- to 12-year-olds engaged, entertained, and inspired.


From adventure-filled outdoor day trips to creative arts and sports programmes, to single day and full week options, we provide a diverse range of camps to cater to every child’s interest and passion. With our dedicated team, we ensure a safe and nurturing environment where your children can make new friends, learn new skills, and create lasting memories.


You can sign up for a private session when you have a minimum pax of 15 to start.
We will also roll out the dates and programme schedule once is ready.

CAMP Inclusion

CAMP Inclusion programmes include kids with special needs in groups of children with regular needs.

CAMP Inclusion programmes include kids with special needs in groups of children with regular needs.

Learning Objectives of this camp includes:

  1. Increased confidence and independence
  2. Activity and exercise
  3. The opportunity to interact with other kids, develop friendships, and build relationships.
  4. Peer support from children with regular needs to their peers with special needs