Children seen in action during the last year's camp.
Al Forsan International Sports Resort is organising the Al Forsan Winter Kids Camp, which includes a variety of sports and leisure activities for children, from Dec.15 to Jan.2, 2020.
Khalifa Al Hemeiri, CEO of Al Forsan Holding, said that Al Forsan International Sports Resort organises this camp to provide a unique and enjoyable experience for children from 4 years to 14 years old.
“The sport of karting has been added to the list of activities at the Al Forsan camps for the first time to provide participants with a much more exciting atmosphere. The resort added 57 new cars to suit different age groups including 4-year old children,” he said.
Hemeiri explained that the camp, which will be held for three weeks, includes 18 recreational and sports activities, including aerobics and Zumba exercises, fitness, archery, crafts, arts, cooking classes, in addition to basketball, volleyball, football, American football, chess, equestrian, car racing, martial arts, swimming, paintball, shooting simulators, team sports and karting.
He stressed that the resort has taken several measures and precautions to ensure the safety of the participating children while providing a secure and enjoyable environment throughout the camp.
He also called on parents to register their children as soon as possible to take advantage of the exceptional entertainment package offered by the resort.
Hemeiri also pointed out that the winter camp provides a recreational and sports environment dedicated to children of determination, in line with the resort’s commitment to integrating and enabling them to enjoy their hobbies easily and safely.
Al Forsan International Sports Resort is one of the largest sporting and leisure clubs in Abu Dhabi, with world-class facilities offering aide range of activities and Olympic sports.
The camp provided children with a variety of sports and leisure activities, and was held from Dec.15 to Jan.2, 2020.
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