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The family Lõimeleer is a new type of camping concept that we have been continuously developing over the past few years. This is a great opportunity to come and participate in the summer camp with your family: spouse, grandparents, children under 10 years old! Often, families' elementary school-aged children would also like to take part in day camp life, but nights in a strange place without a parent can seem too scary. In such a situation, the possibility of Perelõimeleer is of great help. During the day, the children go on adventures with other camp youths, in the evening, snuggle up with their parents.

A good opportunity for non-Estonian-speaking parents (translation into English by us if necessary!) or for example Lõimeleer alumni who no longer fit the age limit of the youth camp, but would like to reunite with old friends found at the camp in Estonia and camp life again!

 

The family Lõimeleer is a particularly flexible way to participate in camp life, for example, you can participate in the selected camp exchange only part-time, on certain selected days.

Feedback from a parent who participated in the family thread camp (2020) (<- click on the link)

Feedback from a parent who participated in the family thread camp (2021) (<- click on the link)

Camp dates: 17.-26.07.2024

Participation fee per person during April is 205 euros, from the 1. of May is 245 euros and from June 21 is 285 euros.
 

NB! You have to book the housing in family Lõimeleer yourself and

it is added to the price. You can stay in Tääksi right next to the student dormitory in the recreation center, which has double and triple rooms with bathrooms (more information and booking on tel. 56 94 28 47). At the same time, camping near the school or simple housing in the school building is welcome on the classroom floor, sleeping equipment is available: ask for more

mtu.loimeleer@gmail.com.

If you need help with housing recommendations or booking housing, feel free to write to us:

mtu.loimeleer@gmail.com

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