Nature is not the place to visit, it is home” – Gary Snyder

Would you like to meet new friends from different countries?
 
Would you like to know more about international cultures?
 
If you are keen on sharing your culture and learning about other cultures in a beautiful nature setting + excursions in the most interesting parts of Kosova – then TOKA International Camp is the place for you!
 
Join a group of participants and counsellors from Italy, Finland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Canada and the US for a week to remember!
 
Where and when?
This camp will take place at the National Park Gërmia – Youth Recreation Center from August 18 – 24 2016.
 
Age?
16-19 years.
 
What?
•Socializing with youth from different countries and cultures
•Sport activities – hiking in nature and climbing the alpine wall
•Community service for the benefit of society
•Trips to places of natural and cultural value in Kosovo
•And a lot more!
 
 
How much?
The participants are requested to give a 50 euro contribution, in order to cover a part of food and accomodation cost. Other costs, including program and equipment are covered by TOKA. A limited number of scholarships will be given to candidates requiring financial assistance.

Participants are required to provide a deposit of 25 Euro, as a guarantee against damages that may me made by the participant during the Camp. The deposit will be returned to participants at the end of the camp, if there no damage was caused.

All the participants are expected to offer Volunteer Community Service hours, during or after the Camp.

 
Do you like the idea?

If you like the idea, then apply here before August 14, 2016.

This project is being implemented by the NGO TOKA with the support of Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kosovo, Ministry of European Intergration, US Embassy in Kosovo and the Municipality of Prishtina.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at info@toka-ks.org

To get an idea of how TOKA’s camps look like  please click here to view the gallery with pictures and videos from the last camps.