Cost: $550+GST, discounts available for 3rd child, multiple camps and Centaurs members
Run every school holidays - see website for specifics
Centaurs Multisports Camps offer days of active, outdoor fun centred on our muddy jungle obstacle course, The Pit (famous for birthday parties and the Jungle Run).
Each camp lasts five days and the schedules are bursting with sports, games (capture the flag, soccer, netball, treasure hunts, to name a few) and competitive fun. Each camp includes two excursions including trampolining, rock climbing, kayaking, high-ropes courses, outdoor laser tag and others.
Centaurs have been running active kids school holiday camps in Singapore since 2005. The camps are six hours per day (9am to 3pm) and are for kids aged 6 to 13.
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A Parent's Perspective
We chose Centaurs Multisports Camps for our three girls based on location and mix of activities - we want to keep our kids fit and active in a fun way. We like that the camp teams are a mix of genders, ages and abilities.
In particular, our kids love The muddy Pit - in our city living lifestyles it gets the kids active in nature which we can forget to do in our daily lives.
The team-building element teaches kids a lot - they get confidence because it is an inclusive camp. Teams are mixed, no one is left out and inclusion is encouraged. Children have to learn to mix with others and get along with a common goal.
We keep coming back to these camps for our girls - once a Centaur always a Centaur!
Anna, Camp Parent in 2018 & 2019
As Parents, We Love...
- It’s a great way to keep the children fit and active in a fun way
- The camps are a great mix of gender, age, abilities – they really are for everyone
- The team building activities teach the kids such valuable skills and gives them great confidence
Our Children Love...
- The Muddy Pit!
- The friends we make
- Every day is different and fun
School Notices Member Offer
Sign up a third child within your family to one camp and get 50% off the third child’s camp.