Tamwood Canadian Summer Camps

Tamwood International Junior Centres in Canada provide you with the chance to learn English, develop character, learn valuable life skills, make new friends, train with professional instructors, discover new interests and learn about the world.

Toronto Camp

Weeks Available: July 15 - July 21; July 22 - July 28; 5 July 29 - August 4

Programs Available: English and Activity Camp (ages 7 - 12 juniors); Teen Global Learner Camp (ages 13 - 17 teens), Homestay option also available; Toronto Teen Performing Arts Camp (ages 13 to 17 teens)

CAN$ 1,950 per week in residence for teens (discount for more weeks)
CAN$ 2,375 per week in residence for juniors (discount for more weeks)

Whistler Camp

Weeks Available: July 22 - July 28; Week 5 July 29 - August 4 

Programs Available: English and Activity Camp (ages 7 - 12 juniors); Teen Global Learner Camp (ages 13 - 17 juniors); Outdoor and Leadership Camp (ages 13 - 17 teens)

CAN$ 1,950 per week in residence for teens (discount for more weeks)
CAN$ 2,375 per week in residence for juniors (discount for more weeks)

For more information, please write us an e-mail at StudyCanada EU < clkick for e-mail

Or check out this page on our web site: Tamwood Camps Canada

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