If this is your first time booking with Sugar Bay, we know that you may be a bit overwhelmed by all the paperwork, but it's only because we truly care about the wellbeing of your child(ren). Below are some resources that you may find helpful like packing lists, directions to camp, as well as our online and printable forms that we may ask for during the booking process for a new camper.
Resources you may need:
Once you've secured your booking, new campers must be enrolled into our camp by supplying us with important information about their medical details, dietary preferences, family information etc. If you prefer, you can download the PDF version and fax/ email it to us.
Only if you did not complete our online New Camper Enrolment Form, then please complete this Health & Safety Form to ensure that our Health Center knows exactly how to care for your child during their stay with us.
If your child needs to bring daily or emergency medication to camp, please download this form and pack it in their bag along with their medication. This will ensure that our Health Center dispenses the medication correctly.
If your child has a friend coming with to camp and would like to be placed in the same cabin with them, please make sure both parties fill in our Cabin Share Request form. [Download PDF version]
Now that you're all booked in, it's time to get packing! Here is our recommended packing list.
Flying to/ from camp? We have a great airport routine from King Shaka International Airport. Please complete this form with your child's flight detailsso that we can arrange the airport transfer.
[Download PDF version]
If you would like to meet us at King Shaka International Airport so that your child can catch a lift to/ from camp with us, please complete this form. [Download PDF version]
Our camp caters for children between 7-17 years old. In some cases, we may allow an 18 year old to camp, however they will be required to sign our overage indemnity form and accept our conditions.
Our camp caters for children between 7-17 years old. In some cases, we may allow a 6-year old to camp, however they will be required to sign our underage indemnity form and accept our conditions.