Husaak believe that life happens outdoors, and some lessons cannot be taught in the classroom. A fun summer camp to help children connect with nature, gain confidence and develop their collaboration skills. The experiences will push youth to break out of their comfort zone, discover new passions for outdoors, arts & heritage.
The Summer Camp will operate from Husaak’s adventure center in Tanomah. Located within the Asir province, Tanomah is home to wadis, waterfalls and some of the highest peaks in the Kingdom.
Activities include: hiking, abseiling, climbing, survivial skills, mountain biking, raft building, stargazing, film making, arts and crafts
So bring your son, daughter, brother or cousin and give the young person in your life a sense of adventure and a Summer to remember.
Dates - 17th-21st July OR 14th-18th August
Duration - 4 Nights
Start & End Point - Bisha / Abha Airport
Adult - 5000 SAR + VAT
Child - 4500 SAR + VAT
Delivery: English and Arabic
Outcomes & Skills
Yes, the full packing list will be attached to your booking confirmation
In order to register your child to participate in the AlUla Youth Camp, you will be asked to complete the Waiver and Registration form. As part of this process you will be asked to:
Provide personal information
Assess your childs fitness levels
Give details of medical history, including information on medication and allergies
The trip starts in the morning, pick up from Bisha or Abha airport by 11 am. The first afternoon will be spent traveling to The Outpost. Upon arrival there will be trip briefing and film festival direction. After lunch, the group will work together to create the camp rules before setting off on a 4 km sunset hike. Dinner will be served around 7 pm, after this the group will have ice breakers around the fire and are welcome to participate in a talent show.
Day 2 -
Wake up, eat breakfast and then set off on the one day Jurassic World to experience some of Tanomah’s breath-taking scenery. This journey through the Hills of Mama leads to a natural garden and pool. After lunch the group will have a survival skills workshop learning how to tie knots, build shelter and light a fire. Take part in a tradtional art activity, get hands on as you mould and script from earth and rock before having dinner and relaxing around the fire.
Day 3 -
Campers will travel to AlNamas Reservior. The day begins with the mountain bike challenge, work in teams to assemble a bike and then race in teams along the lake side trail. After lunch campers will be divided into groups of 4, they will design and build a raft from the materials provided by Husaak before racing to the otherside of the lake. This day is all about learning to work as a team and communicate effectively. After dinner there will be a stargazing session, campers will learn more about the skies of Asir and ancient nagivation systems.
Day 4 -
Collaborating with SHC federation, campers will learn the basics of rock climbing. After the morning intro session, campers will have a practical session on the rock walls. Once the group finish lunch they will travel to meet Uncle Dahdoh, an old time storyteller from Tanomah. Listen to tales of the old days whilst earning the history and culture of the province before trying your hand at cooking traditional bread from scratch. The rest of the day is spent preparing for the film festival and after dinner the campers will debut their film which shares their experience of the Summer camp.
Day 5 -
After breakfast, the group will review their learning before packing up their things. The camp comes to an end as we drop students off at the airport and they return home to their families.