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Terms and Conditions
Tuition Information
Payments & Due Dates

SEACAMP Jr.
$430.00 per student, per session. Tuition Includes: supervision, gear, equipment, admission to all attractions and transportation during program. Students will be required to bring a snack and lunch each day.

SEACAMP I
$1025.00 per student. At enrollment a $300.00 partially refundable deposit payment is due. The Final Payment will be due on or before May 15th along with online Registration Forms for session. Tuition payments are paid online and are made in two installment payments only (Deposit & Final Payment). Do NOT select another deposit payment to make an additional installment payment. The Final Payment alone will not secure enrollment in session. If deposit payment option is not available, the session is full. Duplicate payments or payments made for full sessions will be refunded minus a 5% fee. Tuition Includes: housing, meals, admission to all attractions, gear, equipment, 24-hour supervision and transportation while in San Diego, plus SEACAMP swag.

SEACAMP II
$1850.00 per student. At enrollment a $300.00 partially refundable deposit payment is due. The Final Payment is due on or before May 15th along with online Registration Forms for session. Tuition payments are paid online and are made in two installment payments only (Deposit & Final Payment). Do NOT select another deposit payment to make an additional installment payment. The Final Payment alone will not secure enrollment in session. If deposit payment option is not available, the session is full. Duplicate payments or payments made for full sessions will be refunded minus a 5% fee. Tuition Includes: housing, meals, admission to all attractions, gear, equipment, 24-hour supervision and transportation while in San Diego, plus SEACAMP swag. As an added benefit to those who are attending back-to-back sessions of SEACAMP I and SEACAMP II, your tuition will include all intersession activities, supervision, housing, dinner, and breakfast.

SEACAMP III
$2150.00 per student. At enrollment a $300.00 partially refundable deposit payment is due. The Final Payment will be due on or before May 15th along with online Registration Forms for session. Tuition payments are paid online and are made in two installment payments only (Deposit & Final Payment). Do NOT select another deposit payment to make an additional installment payment. The Final Payment alone will not secure enrollment in session. If deposit payment option is not available, the session is full. Duplicate payments or payments made for full sessions will be refunded minus a 5% fee. Tuition Includes: housing, meals, admission to all attractions, gear, equipment, 24-hour supervision and transportation while in San Diego, plus SEACAMP swag. As an added benefit to those who are attending back-to-back sessions of SEACAMP II and SEACAMP III, your tuition will include all intersession activities, supervision, housing, dinner, and breakfast.

SEACAMP I, II, & III: Transportation to San Diego is not included in tuition. Students and families are responsible arranging travel. SEACAMP San Diego provides pick-up and drop-off at the San Diego International Airport as long as flights arrive and depart inside given window of time and student is not classified by the airline as an Unaccompanied Minor.

SEACAMP I, II, & III Additional Fees, if applicable:

  • Additional Fees for Air Travel:
    • Late arrival fee: $25.00*
    • Unaccompanied minor fee: $75 each way*
    • Early departure fee: $25.00*
  • Late fee for auto departure
    • Late fees start accruing at 3:01pm with $1.00 charge for every late minute.
  • Additional Fees for Train Pick-up and Drop-off
    • $75.00 each leg of travel
  • Additional SCUBA Rental Fee (optional)
    • $100.00 per student, per session

*Restrictions apply, please see Travel Information for more details.

Enrollment Information

SEACAMP Jr.
SEACAMP Jr. sessions are open to students entering 5th through 8th grade in the upcoming fall. Enrollment is accepted online with a full tuition payment due at enrollment.

SEACAMP I
SEACAMP I sessions are open to students entering 7th through 12th grades in the upcoming fall. Enrollment is accepted online with a partially refundable $300.00 deposit payment. The deposit payment is required to secure student’s spot in session. The Final Payment alone will not secure enrollment in session. If deposit payment option is not available, the session is full.

Students 8th grade or older have the option to attend SEACAMP I & II consecutively. Sessions indicated with (*) may be done with the next level. Students will stay with SEACAMP from the start of the first session to the end of the next session.

SEACAMP II
SEACAMP II sessions are open to students entering 8th through 12th grades in the upcoming fall with previous SEACAMP experience. Enrollment is accepted online with a partially refundable $300.00 deposit payment. The deposit payment is required to secure student’s spot in session. Session is limited to 28 students. The Final Payment alone will not secure enrollment in session. If the deposit payment option is not available, the session is full. Previous SEACAMP experience can either be SEACAMP I; Summer Day Camp 2020; Summer Day Camp 2022; School Year 5-day Program.

Students 8th grade or older have the option to attend SEACAMP I & II consecutively. Students 9th grade or older have the option to attend SEACAMP II & III consecutively. Sessions indicated with (*) may be done with the next level. Students will stay with SEACAMP from the start of the first session to the end of the next session.

SEACAMP III
Enrollment is accepted online with a partially refundable $300.00 deposit payment. SEACAMP III session is open to students entering 9th through 12th grades in the upcoming fall with previous SEACAMP II experience. Session is limited to 28 students. The Final Payment alone will not secure enrollment in session. If the deposit payment option is not available, the session is full.

Students 9th grade or older have the option to attend SEACAMP II & III consecutively. Sessions indicated with (*) may be done with the next level. Students will stay with SEACAMP from the start of the first session to the end of the next session.

Enrollment Considerstaion
For All Summer Camp Programs

Please review all COVID-19 policies (stated above) when considering enrolling in a SEACAMP program. While we are confident that our programs will provide a safe environment for students, each family should carefully consider if participation is appropriate for their student due to the additional risk associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Students who are immunocompromised, or live with individuals at risk of serious illness due to COVID-19 should not attend programs, or they should consult with their doctor to determine if participation would be safe and appropriate.

  • Session may be cancelled or modified based on local or regional public health concerns. Please have an alternative plan ready.
  • Many activities will occur in public park spaces that are accessible to the general public.
  • Students may be required to wear a face covering in public places. Face covering must be good quality. Sun buffs and face shields cannot be used in place of a face covering.
  • Fiesta Island Youth Aquatic Center is a multi-use facility that may include students from other geographic areas. SEACAMP students will have designated spaces and will have limited to no interaction with other programs.
COVID-19 Vaccination & Immunization Policies
For All Summer Programs

For COVID-19 all students are required to be fully vaccinated and up to date of their vaccinations, as defined by the CDC, by the start of their session date. Proof of vaccination required.

Additionally, per the California Department of Health all participants will be required to provide a copy of their immunization records that include the date of their last tetanus shot. We require participants to be up-to-date on recommended vaccinations for their age according to the CDC.

There are no exceptions or exemptions to these policies. Students that are not fully vaccinated and up to date for COVID-19 vaccinations or are not able to supply a copy of their immunization records will not be able to attend camp.

COVID-19 PCR Test Policy
For SEACAMP I, II, & III Only

COVID-19 PCR (molecular) Test Policy is currently required and applies per student, per session for SEACAMP I, II, & III only. SEACAMP San Diego reserves the right to modify or cancel this policy at any time. Each student must provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the start of the session. Failure to provide COVID-19 PCR test results to SEACAMP San Diego (emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com) prior to the session starting or at check-in on the first day of camp will result in immediate cancellation of the student and no refunds will be provided. Students with a positive COVID-19 PCR test and their close contacts (including attending siblings or friends), will not be able to attend session and tuition will be partially refundable. Tuition for students with a positive COVID-19 PCR test will be refunded minus a $150 processing fee per student; unless we are able to fill the open spot in the session, then all tuition will be refunded minus a $50 processing fee per student. Additionally, students may instead transfer their enrollment and tuition to a later session, minus a $50 processing fee per student, if available.

If a student has recently recovered from COVID-19, you may provide the following in lieu of a COVID-19 PCR test taken with 72 hours of the start of the session. Failure to provide any of the below will result in immediate cancellation of the student and no refunds will be provided.

  • Negative antigen test (rapid test) taken within 24 hours of the session start date. Documentation of negative test from a testing center or health facility must be emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com prior to the session starting or provided at check-in on the first day of camp.
    • Students with a positive antigen test and their close contacts (including attending siblings or friends), will not be able to attend session and tuition will be partially refundable. Tuition will be refunded as stated above.
  • Documentation your positive COVID-19 PRC test result on a sample taken no more than 90 days before the start of the session. Documentation must be emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com prior to the session starting or provided at check-in on the first day of camp.
  • A letter from a licensed healthcare provider or a public health official stating that the student is cleared to travel. Letter must be emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com prior to the session starting or provided at check-in on the first day of camp.

Students that attend consecutive sessions may be additionally tested between sessions at no additional cost. Results of test may result in enrollment for the next session to be cancelled.

COVID-19 Policies
Additional Policies for All Programs

As stated above all students are required to be fully vaccinated and up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations, as defined by the CDC, prior to the start of their session dates. Also stated above, all students are required to follow the COVID-19 PCR Test Policy. Following are additional COVID-19 Policies. SEACAMP San Diego reserves the right to modify or change these policies at any time.

  • All students must have 10 days of good health prior to the session start date and students are required to follow a 10-day precaution plan. Specifically, students should be extra cautious of close interactions at school, wear a good quality face covering for necessary interactions in public (school, doctors, etc.), and only interact with individuals in their household when not wearing a face covering.
  • All instructors are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and will be periodically tested for COVID-19
  • Students will be screened at check-in to meet the following health parameters. The answer must be NO to all of the following screening questions:
    • Has student had any of the following symptoms:
      • Cough • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing • Fever • Chills • Muscle Pain • Sore throat • New loss of taste or smell • Nausea • Vomiting • Diarrhea
    • Within the 10 days prior to camp, has student been in contact with anyone suspected or diagnosed with COVID19?
    • Temperature check – No fever of 100.4°F or greater
    • No observed symptoms of illness
Cancellation Policy
Per Session, Per Student

SEACAMP Jr. Cancellation Policy
Cancellation policy applied per student, per session. Cancellations more than 61 days prior to session start date are eligible for a full refund minus a $50 cancellation fee. Cancellations between 31 and 60 days prior to session start date are subject to a $200 cancellation fee. All tuition is non-refundable between 0 and 30 days prior to session start date. All cancellations must be submitted via email to seacamp@seacamp.com and must be received in the above time frames.

If program is cancelled by SEACAMP due to insufficient participants or health and safety concerns, deposit/tuition will be refunded minus a $50 processing fee.

SEACAMP I, II, III Cancellation Policy
Deposit and tuition may be partially refundable. Cancellations prior to January 31st are subject to a $100.00 cancellation fee. Cancellations between February 1st & March 31st are subject to a $200.00 cancellation fee. Cancellations between April 1st and May 15th are subject to a $300.00 cancellation fee. Deposits and tuition are non-refundable after May 15th. Travel fees, unaccompanied minor fees and SCUBA rental fees are fully refundable fee up to 30 days prior to session date. Cancellations must be submitted via email to seacamp@seacamp.com and received by the dates stated above. Cancellation Policy applies to each session.

Students with a positive COVID-19 PCR test and their close contacts (including attending siblings or friends), will not be able to attend session, and tuition will be partially refundable. Tuition for students with a positive COVID-19 PCR test will be refunded minus a $150 processing fee per student, unless we are able to fill the open spot in the session, then all tuition will be refunded minus a $50 processing fee per student. Additionally, students may instead transfer their enrollment and tuition to a later session, minus a $50 processing fee per student, if available.

If programs/sessions are cancelled by SEACAMP due to insufficient participants or health and safety concerns, deposit/tuition will be refunded minus a $50 processing fee.

Transfer Policy
Per Session, Per Student

SEACAMP Jr.
Transfer Policy applies per student, per session. Students may request to transfer or switch session dates without penalty. Requests will be granted providing space is available and the request is received 30 days prior to currently enrolled session. Fees may apply for changes made within 30 days of session. Request a transfer by emailing seacamp@seacamp.com. Please ensure the email includes student’s name, date of birth, session date student is enrolled in and which session date student would like to be transferred to.

SEACAMP I, II & III
Transfer Policy applies per student, per session. Students may request to transfer or switch session dates without penalty. Requests will be granted providing space is available and that the request is received prior to May 15th. Request a transfer by emailing seacamp@seacamp.com. The email must include student’s name, date of birth, session date student is enrolled in and which session date student would like to be transferred to. Fees may apply for changes after May 15th.

Late Policies
Per Student, Per Session

SEACAMP Jr.
Late Check-in Policy: Late arriving students will not be able to join their group and tuition will not be refunded.

Late Check-out Policy: A late fee of $1.00 per minute after check-out will be accrued. There is a one-time 5-minute grace period for a late check-out during the session. After the 5-minute grace period, a $1.00 fee will be incurred for each additional minute. Fees must be paid in full via cash by the end of the session. Fees not paid by the end of the session will be invoiced to be paid online with an added 3% processing fee.

  • Check-in and Check-out times for SEACAMP Jr.:
    • Check-in between 8:30am – 8:45am
    • Check-out between 3:45pm – 4:00pm

SEACAMP I, II, III
Late Check-in Policy (Auto only): Late arriving students will not be able to join the group until after the day’s activities at 5:00pm, and there will be no adjustment to tuition for missing the day’s activities.

Late Check-out Policy (Auto only): Check-out after 3:00pm will result in late fee penalties. Late fees start accruing at 3:01pm with $1.00 charged for every late minute. Late fees are due at check-out via cash. If fees are not paid at check-out, you will be invoiced to complete payment online with an added 3% processing fee.

Scheduled Activities

All times and activities are subject to change due to scheduling considerations, weather and water conditions, etc. Activities may not be done in order listed.

SEACAMP Jr.
Water Activities: Boogie Boarding; Stand Up Paddle Boarding; Seining, Kayaking; Mission Point Snorkel; Shark Snorkel
Other Field Activities: Beach Walk with Physical Oceanography; Fish Printing; Beach Activities
Labs & Workshops: Plankton Lab; Invertebrate Lab; Fish Adaptations Lab; Sea Turtle Biology Workshop; Marine Mammals Workshop

Click here for PDF of schedule of SEACAMP Jr.

SEACAMP I
Water Activities: Stand Up Paddle Boarding; Seining, Kayaking; Mission Point Snorkel; Shark Snorkel; Boat Trip with Snorkel Excursion; Boogie Boarding
Other Field Activities: Campfire; SCUBA Demonstration; Beach Clean-up; Visit to Living Coast Discovery Center; Beach Walk with Physical Oceanography
Labs & Workshops: Plankton Lab; Invertebrate Lab; Fish Adaptations Lab; Sea Turtle Biology Workshop; Marine Mammals Workshop; Night Adaptations Workshop

Click here for PDF of schedule of SEACAMP I.

SEACAMP II
Water Activities: Advanced Snorkel Techniques; SCUBA Check-out Dive (SCUBA Program participants only) Snorkel at La Jolla Cove; Shark Snorkel; Boogie Boarding; Two-Day Live-Aboard Boat Trip with Snorkeling, SCUBA Diving (SCUBA Program participants only), Kayaking, Stand Up Paddle Boarding, and Night Snorkel
Other Field Activities: Campfire, Visit to La Jolla Seals, Visit to Birch Aquarium, Visit to San Diego Zoo, Beach Walk with Advanced Physical Oceanography, Beach Activities; Research Project
Labs & Workshops: Advanced Invertebrate Lab, Advanced Fish Identification & Adaptations, Advanced Marine Mammals & Behavior Workshop, Night and Dep Sea Adaptations Workshop

Click here for PDF of schedule of SEACAMP II.

SEACAMP III
Water Activities: Snorkel at La Jolla Cove & Caves; Advanced Snorkel Techniques; SCUBA Check-out Dive (SCUBA Program participants only); Night Kayak; Boogie Boarding; Shark Snorkel; Three-Day Live-Aboard Boat Trip with Snorkeling, SCUBA Diving (SCUBA Program participants only), Night Snorkel, Kayaking and Stand Up Paddle Boarding
Other Field Activities: Campfire, Gyotaky Demonstration; Visit to San Diego Zoo; Underwater Camera Deployment; Research Project
Labs & Workshops: Holdfast or Muscle Clump Dissection; Various Lectures by Visiting Scientists

Click here for PDF of schedule of SEACAMP III.

Travel Information
for SEACAMP I, II, & III

Travel to and from San Diego is to be arranged by the student and their parent/guardian and is not covered in the SEACAMP San Diego tuition. SEACAMP San Diego provides complimentary airport pick-up and drop-off, as long as students arrive and depart inside the designated window of time provided. See below for exceptions. Travel Information is due with the rest of the Registration Forms by May 15th. Any changes to travel after May 15th must be approved by SEACAMP San Diego but may not be possible.

Students Traveling by Car
Arrival
: Student check-in on the first day of camp is between 10:00am and 12:00pm. Students arriving by car must use the provided map to camp to navigate to the SEACAMP San Diego facility and be checked-in by adult. The map will be sent with the Student Information Packet emailed after enrollment. Please do not use our mailing address – it will not get you to our facility. SEACAMP provides a generous 2-hour check-in window, please ensure check-in is between 10:00am and 12:00pm. Late arriving students may not be able to join the group until dinner time.

Departure: Student check-out on the last day of camp is between 1:00pm and 3:00pm. All students will need to be checked-out and signed out with SEACAMP staff. The authorized pick-up person will be required to show a government issued photo ID for student check-out and must use the provided map to camp to navigate to the SEACAMP San Diego facility. The map will be sent with the Student Information Packet emailed after enrollment. Please do not use our mailing address – it will not get you to our facility. SEACAMP provides a generous 2-hour check-out window, please ensure check-out is between 1:00pm and 3:00pm. Early check-out is not possible. If you happen to arrive early, please wait until we are ready for you at 1:00pm. Late Fee: Check-out after 3:00pm will result in late fee penalties. Late fees start accruing at 3:01pm with $1.00 charged for every late minute. Late fees are due at check-out via cash. If fees are not paid at check-out, you will be invoiced to complete payment online with an added 3% processing fee.

COVID-19 Protocols for Check-in/out: Minimize number of people checking student in/out of camp. After check-in/out is complete depart facility promptly. Follow posted face-covering requirements. These protocols are subject to change.

Students Traveling by Air
Arrival: Flights must arrive on the first day of camp between 9:00am and 12:00pm into San Diego International Airport (SAN). SEACAMP staff members will meet students at the baggage claim carousal for their flight. Staff members will be wearing a SEACAMP San Diego t-shirt and holding a yellow “camper pick-up” sign. Please note, all students must be traveling as ticketed passengers – we can not have students flying as “standby” passengers.

Travel Fee: Arriving Early – For flights that arrive prior to 9:00am, there will be no additional charge. Students will wait at baggage claim for SEACAMP Staff to pick up at 9:00am. Arriving Late – Flights arriving between 12:00pm and 1:00pm are subject to $25.00 fee. Student may need to go directly to beach to meet up with the group and may miss some of the scheduled activities.

Unaccompanied Minor Fee: Students arriving as unaccompanied minors designated by the airline either due to age or due to preference are subject to a $75.00 fee. This service is only provided for students that are arriving inside provided window (9am -12pm). We are not able to accommodate students arriving early or late. SEACAMP must be notified of Unaccompanied Minor status on Travel Form. Upon arrival, SEACAMP staff member will acquire pass from airline to obtain entry into secured area of airport and will meet your student at the gate for his/her flight. If your airline of choice requires information regarding pick-up person, give the SEACAMP office a call/email and we will provide that for you (e.g. name, phone number, etc.).

Departure: Flights should depart San Diego International Airport (SAN) on the last day of camp between 2:00pm and 5:00pm. Students will arrive at the airport 120 – 150 minutes before scheduled flights. SEACAMP staff members will assist students with the check-in process and see them through security checkpoints. Please note, all students must be traveling as ticketed passengers – we can not have students flying as “standby” passengers.

Travel Fee: Departing Early – Flights departing between 10:00am and 2:00pm are subject to $25.00 fee. Student may miss some or all of the day’s scheduled activities. Departing Late – For flights departing after 5:00pm, there will be no additional charge. Students will go to the airport with the last group of students.

Unaccompanied Minor Fee: Students departing as unaccompanied minors designated by the airline either due to age or due to preference are subject to a $75.00 fee. This service is only provided for students that are departing inside provided window (2pm -5pm). We are not able to accommodate students departing early or late. SEACAMP must be notified of Unaccompanied Minor status on Travel Form. Upon departure, SEACAMP staff will acquire pass from airline to obtain entry in to secured area and wait with student at his/her departure gate until plane departs.

Students Traveling by Train
Service is NOT included in SEACAMP tuition, but provided for an additional $75.00 fee each way. Please check Amtrak Unaccompanied Minor Policy.

Arrival: Trains must arrive on the first day of camp between 9:00am and 12:00pm into Old Town Transit Center (OLT). SEACAMP staff members will meet students on the train platform. Staff members will be wearing a SEACAMP San Diego t-shirt and holding a yellow “camper pick-up” sign.

Departure: Service not provided for students 15 years old or younger. Only provided for students 16 years or older. Trains must depart on the last day of camp between 2:00pm and 5:00pm from the Old Town Transit Center (OLT). Students will arrive at the train station 30 – 60 minutes before scheduled departure. SEACAMP staff members will assist students with the check-in process and wait with them until train departs.

Travel Fees
Required Travel Fees are due by May 15th with Travel Information Form. Fees are refundable up to 30 days prior to session date. Any changes to travel after May 15th must be approved by SEACAMP San Diego but may not be possible.

Registration Forms & Due Dates

Registration Forms are required for each participant and are done online after student is enrolled in desired session. Forms are due promptly after enrollment, but they must be received no later than:

SEACAMP Jr.
Registration Forms will include student information, medical information, vaccination and immunization information, parent and emergency contact information, check out/in adults, and release forms.

Registration Forms are due 14 days prior to start of session

SEACAMP I
Registration Forms will include Travel Information Form, student information, medical information, vaccination and immunization information, parent and emergency contact information, check out/in adults, program policy agreements, rules and policy agreements and release forms.

All Registration Forms and Travel Information Form are due directly following enrollment but no later than May 15, 2022.

SEACAMP II & III
Registration Forms will include Travel Information Form, student information, medical information, vaccination and immunization information, parent and emergency contact information, check out/in adults, program policy agreements, rules and policy agreements and release forms. SEACAMP II & III participants will also need to complete and the release form for the live-aboard boat trip charter company – Horizon Charters Release Form. SCUBA Program participants are required to complete separate forms and medical release forms – restrictions apply.

All Registration Forms and Travel Information Form, Horizon Release Form, SCUBA Forms (optional, restrictions apply) are due directly following enrollment but no later than May 15, 2022.

SCUBA Program - Optional
SEACAMP II & III Only

The SEACAMP San Diego SCUBA Program is optional and provided in addition to snorkeling. The program is offered during SEACAMP II & III sessions only and is not required to participate. Qualified students will have the option to add SCUBA to their SEACAMP session, where they will join our SCUBA Instructors, Divemasters and co-SEACAMPers in the beautiful waters off of Southern California’s coast. SCUBA, or Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus, involves additional training and acceptance of additional risks. All SEACAMP II and III SCUBA students will participate in an initial shallow bay session to evaluate their skills and acclimate to equipment. Student divers are led by Divemasters or Dive Instructors in small dive groups of no more than 5 students.

Qualifications & Requirements
Students must be 14 years or older and a certified open water SCUBA diver by the start of their session to participate in SCUBA Program. SEACAMP San Diego does not provide SCUBA training; therefore, students that are not already certified open water SCUBA diver will not be allowed to dive during the session. There are no exceptions.

All students participating in SCUBA Program must complete the Diver Medical Participant Questionnaire with Diver Medical Examiner’s Evaluation Form in consultation with a physician who is knowledgeable about diving medicine. Please contact Divers Alert Network for a referral to a medical professional in your area – click here. The Diving Medical Guidance must be provided to the physician – click here for guidance. Honesty on health forms is required. SEACAMP San Diego will review the health information of each participant and evaluate risk conditions. Additional tests or physician consultations may be required to confirm fitness for diving.

Diver Medical Participant Questionnaire with Diver Medical Examiner’s Evaluation Form Directions – click here for form:

  • Page 1 of the Medical Participant Questionnaire must be completed by all participants and questions 1 through 10 must be answered. SEACAMP San Diego REQUIRES the Medical Evaluation Form even if you answered no to all questions on Page 1.
  • Page 2 of the Medical Participant Questionnaire should be completed as directed.
  • Page 3 is the Diver Medical Examiner’s Evaluation Form which must be completed by a physician who is knowledgeable about diving medicine. Please contact Divers Alert Network for a referral to a medical professional in your area – click here. The Diving Medical Guidance must be provided to the physician – click here for guidance. SEACAMP San Diego REQUIRES the Medical Evaluation Form even if you answered no to all questions on Page 1.
  • Submit Participant Questionnaire with Diver Medical Examiner’s Evaluation Form: Page 1 through Page 3 must either be uploaded to SCUBA Forms or emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com prior to the start of the student’s session.

Medical conditions that disqualify students from diving at SEACAMP San Diego: Current asthma induced by exercise, cold air, or emotion; Current Epilepsy/Seizures; Diabetes (under 16 years old); Spontaneous pneumothorax; Narcolepsy; Blackouts/fainting/sudden loss of consciousness; Severe Anxiety. Please contact us for additional information.

SCUBA Diving during SEACAMP II and III sessions is a choice and a privilege. SEACAMP reserves the right to remove students from the program at any time, especially if it is determined that they are jeopardizing the safety of themselves or others. If this is determined or if a student chooses not to dive, SCUBA fees will not be refunded.

Dive Gear & Fees
Students may use their own dive gear or gear can be rented at SEACAMP for a nominal charge of $100.00 per session. Rental fee is due by May 15th along with required Form is refundable up to 30 days prior to the session date. SEACAMP II and III students who wish to participate in the SCUBA program must complete the required SCUBA Forms included in the Registration Forms to participate in this portion of SEACAMP III. If SCUBA Forms are not completed student will NOT be able to participate in SCUBA Program.

SCUBA at Camp
Student divers are led by staff members or boat crew who hold Divemaster or Instructor ratings. Small dive groups of five students allow for individualized attention and specialized dive goals. All students are required to participate in an initial check-out dive to evaluate skills and acclimate to equipment to continue in SCUBA Program.

SCUBA Diving during SEACAMP II and III sessions is a choice and a privilege. SEACAMP reserves the right to remove a student from the program at any time, should a student’s dive leader feel they are jeopardizing the safety of themselves or the group. If this is determined SCUBA fees will not be refunded.

Students may use their own dive gear or gear can be rented at SEACAMP for a nominal charge of $100.00 per session. Fees are paid online with the required forms.

Students must bring the following SCUBA items with them to camp:

  1. SCUBA Certification card (if you cannot locate your card, contact the agency that your student is certified under (e.g. PADI, SSI, etc.) or the dive shop where the student was certified.
  2. Dive Log showing dive training record and dives since certification.
  3. Dive Tables or Computer (unless SEACAMP is providing).

As stated above students are required to participate in an initial check-out dive to evaluate skills and acclimate to equipment to continue in SCUBA Program. This dive check is generally done in Mission Bay prior to the live aboard boat trip. The rest of the dives will be done during the live aboard boat trip when the boat will be anchored off the coast on of the South Channel Islands (generally San Clemente Island). Dive depths are no more than 60 feet and students are, generally, grouped in a dive group with students of similar experience levels. Students will be lead in dive groups of no more than five by staff remembers or boat crew who hold at Divemaster or Instructor ratings. See the SEACAMP II Schedule of activities here and SEACAMP III schedule of activities here for planned dives.

Rules & Policies
While at SEACAMP San Diego

All students are expected to abide by the following established rules of behavior while at SEACAMP San Diego. Failure to do so will result in an immediate termination of session and no refunds will be provided. SEACAMP reserves the right modify or change and of these rules and policies.

General

  • Courteous, kind, and considerate behavior is expected at all times. Any behavior that compromises another students’ comfort or enjoyment of the program will not be tolerated.
  • Students are expected to be at their assigned location at the appointed time. Students are expected to maintain appropriate physical distancing and face coverings/masks as directed.
  • Student must be responsible for all personal items. SEACAMP and its agents cannot assume responsibility for lost or stolen items. Lost and found items not claimed within two weeks from end of session will be donated.
  • It is the student’s responsibility to inform one of the Instructors of: Illness; Injury; Other problems
  • Any student using alcohol, tobacco, drugs or committing any illegal act will be sent home immediately at the parent or guardian’s expense.
  • Possession of any items which may be considered dangerous (i.e. knives, etc.) or behavior which may compromise the safety of others will not be tolerated.
  • No roller blades, skates, skateboards, surfboards or skim boards will be allowed at SEACAMP
  • Electronics, including but not limited to: game consoles, computers, tablets, e-readers and TV, DVD and MP3 players, are not permitted at SEACAMP. Additionally, personal cell phone use is not permitted for the duration of camp. Phones should be left at home, if brought they should be turned off and kept in bag for the day.
  • Program/Session may be cancelled or modified based on local or regional public health concerns. Please have an alternative plan ready. All times and activities are subject to change due to scheduling considerations, weather, water conditions, etc. Activities may be not be done in order listed or together as listed above. Session may be cancelled or modified based on local or regional public health concerns. Please have an alternative plan ready.

In the Vans

  • Student must sit in assigned seat.
  • Seat belts and face coverings must be worn at all times.
  • Voices should be kept at a moderate level.
  • No horseplay.
  • No eating or drinking and no open food or drink.
  • Seating areas must be kept clean.

In the Dorms (SEACAMP I, II, & III only)

  • Dorms may not be left after lights out
  • Noise must be kept to a level that takes others into consideration
  • No open food, snacks or drinks allowed in dorms
  • No males in female dorms and no females in the male dorms
    • SEACAMP II & III boat trip: no males in female bunks/rooms and no females in male bunks/rooms
  • Students are expected to respect others’ property and possessions

Duty to Report

  • Students are required to report to an Instructor should they witness any of the above behavior.

These Rules and Policies are necessary to ensure the safety of students and Instructors while enabling us to provide a fun and secure camp experience for everyone.

Tuition Information
Payments & Due Dates

SEACAMP IV – Baja
$2800.00 per student. At enrollment a $500.00 partially refundable deposit payment is due. The Final Payment will be due on or before June 1st along with the required forms for session. Tuition payments are paid online and are made in two installment payments only (Deposit & Final Payment). Do NOT select another deposit payment to make an additional installment payment. The Final Payment alone will not secure enrollment in session. If deposit payment option is not available, the session is full. Tuition Includes: Meals in Mexico, housing, activities, gear, supervision, SCUBA and snorkel equipment and dive masters. Includes transportation to and from Cabo San Lucas airport (SJD). Tuition Does Not Included: Transportation to and from Mexico is not included in tuition. Nor does it include any travel Visas or required COVID-19 testing. Students and families are responsible arranging travel.

Enrollment Information

SEACAMP IV – Baja
Session is open to young adults 18 years or older that have already graduated high school. All participants must hold a current passport at the time of the trip and must fully vaccinated and up to date on their COVID-19 vaccinations, as defined by the CDC, by the start of the session. Proof of vaccination required. Additionally, participants must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the trip starting. Proof of negative must either be emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com or provided upon joining the group at the airport or Palapas Ventana.

Enrollment Consideration
For All International Programs

Please review all COVID-19 policies (stated above) when considering enrolling in a SEACAMP program. While we are confident that our programs will provide a safe environment for students, each family should carefully consider if participation is appropriate for their student due to the additional risk associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Students who are immunocompromised, or live with individuals at risk of serious illness due to COVID-19 should not attend programs, or they should consult with their doctor to determine if participation would be safe and appropriate.

  • Session may be cancelled or modified based on local or regional public health concerns. Please have an alternative plan ready.
  • Many activities will occur in public park spaces that are accessible to the general public.
  • Students may be required to wear a face covering in public places. Face covering must be good quality. Sun buffs and face shields cannot be used in place of a face covering.
  • Fiesta Island Youth Aquatic Center is a multi-use facility that may include students from other geographic areas. SEACAMP students will have designated spaces and will have limited to no interaction with other programs.
COVID-19 Vaccination Policy
For All International Programs

For COVID-19 all students are required to be fully vaccinated and up to date with their vaccinations, as defined by the CDC, by the start of the session date. Proof of vaccination required.

There is no exception or exemption to this policy. Students that are not fully vaccinated and up to date for COVID-19 vaccinations will not be able to attend program.

COVID-19 PCR Test Policy
For All International Programs

COVID-19 PCR (molecular) Test Policy is currently required. SEACAMP San Diego reserves the right to modify or cancel this policy at any time. Each student must provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the start of the session. Failure to provide COVID-19 PCR test results to SEACAMP San Diego (emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com or provided upon joining the group at the airport or Palapas Ventana) will result in immediate cancellation of the student and no refunds will be provided. Students with a positive COVID-19 PCR test and their close contacts (including attending siblings or friends). Tuition will not be refunded, we recommend securing travel insurance for the trip.

If a student has recently recovered from COVID-19, you may provide the following in lieu of a COVID-19 PCR test taken with 72 hours of the start of the session. Failure to provide any of the below will result in immediate cancellation of the student and no refunds will be provided.

  • Negative antigen test (rapid test) taken within 24 hours of the session start date. Documentation of negative test from a testing center or health facility must be emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com prior to the session starting or provided at check-in on the first day of camp.
    • Students with a positive antigen test and their close contacts (including attending siblings or friends), will not be able to attend session and tuition will be partially refundable. Tuition will be refunded as stated above.
  • Documentation your positive COVID-19 PRC test result on a sample taken no more than 90 days before the start of the session. Documentation must be emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com prior to the session starting or provided at check-in on the first day of camp.
  • A letter from a licensed healthcare provider or a public health official stating that the student is cleared to travel. Letter must be emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com prior to the session starting or provided at check-in on the first day of camp.

Students that attend consecutive sessions may be additionally tested between sessions at no additional cost. Results of test may result in enrollment for the next session to be cancelled.

Additional COVID-19 Policies
For All International Programs

As stated above all students are required to be fully vaccinated and up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations, as defined by the CDC, prior to the start of their session dates. Also stated above, all students are required to follow the COVID-19 PCR Test Policy. Following are additional COVID-19 Policies. SEACAMP San Diego reserves the right to modify or change these policies at any time.

  • All students must have 10 days of good health prior to the session start date and students are required to follow a 10-day precaution plan. Specifically, students should be extra cautious of close interactions at school, wear a good quality face covering for necessary interactions in public (school, doctors, etc.), and only interact with individuals in their household when not wearing a face covering.
  • All instructors are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and will be periodically tested for COVID-19
  • Students will be screened at check-in to meet the following health parameters. The answer must be NO to all of the following screening questions:
    • Has student had any of the following symptoms:
      • Cough • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing • Fever • Chills • Muscle Pain • Sore throat • New loss of taste or smell • Nausea • Vomiting • Diarrhea
    • Within the 10 days prior to camp, has student been in contact with anyone suspected or diagnosed with COVID19?
    • Temperature check – No fever of 100.4°F or greater
    • No observed symptoms of illness
Cancellation Policy
Per Participant

Deposit and tuition may be partially refundable. Cancellations prior to April 30th are subject to a $250.00 cancellation fee. Cancellations after May 1st are subject to a $500.00 cancellation fee. All tuition is non refundable after June 1st. Cancellations must be submitted in writing and received by the dates stated above.

If program is cancelled by SEACAMP due to insufficient participants or health and safety concerns, deposit/tuition will be refunded in full minus a $50 processing fee.

SCUBA Information

The SEACAMP San Diego SCUBA Program is optional and provided in addition to snorkeling. Qualified participants will have the option to participate SCUBA during trip. SCUBA, or Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus, involves additional training and acceptance of additional risks.

Qualifications & Requirements
Participants must be certified open water SCUBA divers by the start of their session to participate in SCUBA Program. SEACAMP San Diego does not provide SCUBA training; therefore, participants that are not already certified open water SCUBA diver will not be allowed to dive during the session. There are no exceptions.

All SCUBA participants must complete the Diver Medical Participant Questionnaire with Diver Medical Examiner’s Evaluation Form in consultation with a physician who is knowledgeable about diving medicine. Please contact Divers Alert Network for a referral to a medical professional in your area – click here. The Diving Medical Guidance must be provided to the physician – click here for guidance. Honesty on health forms is required. SEACAMP San Diego will review the health information of each participant and evaluate risk conditions. Additional tests or physician consultations may be required to confirm fitness for diving.

Diver Medical Participant Questionnaire with Diver Medical Examiner’s Evaluation Form Directions – click here for form:

  • Page 1 of the Medical Participant Questionnaire must be completed by all participants and questions 1 through 10 must be answered. SEACAMP San Diego REQUIRES the Medical Evaluation Form even if you answered no to all questions on Page 1.
  • Page 2 of the Medical Participant Questionnaire should be completed as directed.
  • Page 3 is the Diver Medical Examiner’s Evaluation Form which must be completed by a physician who is knowledgeable about diving medicine. Please contact Divers Alert Network for a referral to a medical professional in your area – click here. The Diving Medical Guidance must be provided to the physician – click here for guidance. SEACAMP San Diego REQUIRES the Medical Evaluation Form even if you answered no to all questions on Page 1.
  • Submit Participant Questionnaire with Diver Medical Examiner’s Evaluation Form: Page 1 through Page 3 must either be uploaded to SCUBA Forms or emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com prior to the start of the student’s session.

Medical conditions that disqualify participants from diving at SEACAMP San Diego: Current asthma induced by exercise, cold air, or emotion; Current Epilepsy/Seizures; Diabetes (under 16 years old); Spontaneous pneumothorax; Narcolepsy; Blackouts/fainting/sudden loss of consciousness; Severe Anxiety. Please contact us for additional information.

Dive Gear
Participants may use their own dive gear or Palapas Ventana will provide dive gear.

Participants must bring the following SCUBA items with them to camp:

  1. SCUBA Certification card (if you cannot locate your card, contact the agency that your student is certified under (e.g. PADI, SSI, etc.) or the dive shop where the student was certified.
  2. Dive Log showing dive training record and dives since certification.
  3. Dive Tables or Computer
Scheduled Activities
Schedule is Subject to Change

SEACAMP IV – Baja
Get ready for SEACAMP IV! The following 2022 schedule is subject to change due to weather/water conditions and may include a snorkel trip to La Paz if whale sharks have been sighted! In addition to the scheduled activities students will also enjoy the Palapas Ventana amenities – kayak, stand up paddle (SUP), relax in a hammock, play ping pong, share photos/videos of the day and identify specific species.

Day 1, Tuesday, August 9, 2022
Arrive in Cabo San Lucas (SJD) and meet up with other travels for the complimentary shuttle (restrictions apply) to Palapas Ventana. Move into casitas and enjoy dinner. After dinner the Palapas Ventana Staff teaches “Spanish for the panga” to prepare you for your boat trips.

Day 2, Wednesday, August 10, 2022
We head to Cerralvo Island in our pangas for a full day of SCUBA and snorkeling in the pristine water. We will have a picnic lunch on the island with some time to snorkel, hike or explore. After dinner the SEACAMP Biologists present “The Marine Life of the Sea of Cortez.”

Day 3, Thursday, August 11, 2022
This is another full day at Cerralvo Island. We will dive new spots and explore blue water for dolphins, whales, billfish, turtles, mantas, and whale sharks. After dinner we enjoy a night snorkel on the Palapas Ventana reef that highlights our nocturnal marine creatures.

Day 4, Friday, August 12, 2022
Kayaking and/or SUP excursion for snorkeling and picnicking. Then it’s off to cooking class where we will prepare a Mexican treat and have a feast! Next. we will have a chance to sit back and enjoy local entertainment!

Day 5, Saturday, August 13, 2022
Another full day at Cerralvo Island where we will dive new spots and explore blue water for dolphins, whales, billfish, turtles, mantas, and whale sharks. After dinner we are treated to a lecture from a local expert.

Day 6, Sunday, August 14, 2022
Pangas will take us out for our last day on the water, a day of SCUBA, snorkeling, fishing, blue water exploration and of course…fun!! Afterwards, dinner and a slideshow will be followed by the final evening get-together.

Day 7, Monday, August 15, 2022
After Breakfast at Palapas we head out.
Final Goodbyes. Come back soon!!
Fly back to United States.

*Please note that schedule is subject to change*

Travel Information

SEACAMP IV – Baja
Travel to Baja, Mexico is not included in tuition and must be arranged by participants. Participants must have a valid passport to travel internationally. Below are the flights SEACAMP San Diego personnel will be traveling on. To be served by the complimentary arranged shuttle flights must arrive into Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) before 2:00pm and depart Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) after 1:00pm. If flights do not meet these requirements, participants will have to arrange own shuttle to/from Palapas Ventana. SEACAMP personnel flight information subject to change by airline. Participants must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the trip starting. Proof of negative must either be emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com or provided upon joining the group at the airport or Palapas Ventana.

Arrival – Thursday, August 9, 2022:
Flight should arrive into Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) before 2:00pm to be served by the complimentary arranged shuttle.

SEACAMP Staff Flight: TBA

Departure – Monday, August 15, 2022:
Flight should depart Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) after 1:00pm to be served by the complimentary arranged shuttle.

SEACAMP Staff Flight: TBA

Per CDC, all airline passengers to the United States ages two year and older must provide a negative COVID-19 viral test taken within one day of travel. Alternatively, travelers to the U.S. may provide documentation from a licensed health care provided of having recovered from COVID-19 in the 90 days preceding travel. Policy applies to U.S. citizens, as well as foreign nationals, regardless of vaccinations. Please note, this policy could change the time of trip. Also, a positive COVID-19 test may require participant(s) to stay Mexico. SEACAMP San Diego will facilitate the COVID-19 testing but cost will be the participant’s responsibility.

Registration Forms & Due Dates

SEACAMP IV – Baja
Registration Forms will include Travel Information Form, student information, medical information, vaccination and immunization information, emergency contact information,rules and policy agreements and release forms.

All Registration Forms and Travel Information Form are by June 1, 2022.

Electronic Signature Agreement

By creating or having an account with SEACAMP San Diego on www.seacamp.com, you agree your electronic signature is the legal equivalent of your manual signature.  By creating or having an account, you consent to be legally bound by this Agreement’s terms and conditions. You further agree that your use of a keypad, mouse or other device to select an item, button, icon or similar act/action, or to otherwise provide the Company, or in accessing or making any transaction regarding any agreement, acknowledgment, consent terms, disclosures or conditions constitutes your signature (hereafter referred to as “E-Signature”), acceptance and agreement as if actually signed by you in writing. You also agree that no certification authority or other third party verification is necessary to validate your E-Signature and that the lack of such certification or third party verification will not in any way affect the enforceability of your E-Signature or any resulting contract between you and SEACAMP San Diego. You also represent that you are authorized to enter into this Agreement for all persons who own or are authorized to access any of your accounts and that such persons will be bound by the terms of this Agreement.

Consent to Electronic Delivery

You specifically agree to receive and/or obtain “Electronic Communications” from the SEACAMP San Diego. The term “Electronic Communications” includes, but is not limited to, any and all current and future notices and/or disclosures that various federal and/or state laws or regulations require that we provide to you, as well as such other documents, statements, data, records and any other communications regarding your relationship or participation with SEACAMP San Diego. You acknowledge that, for your records, you are able to retain SEACAMP San Diego’s Electronic Communications by printing and/or downloading and saving this Agreement and any other agreements and Electronic Communications, documents, or records that you agree to use of your E-Signature. You accept Electronic Communications provided via your account or via email with SEACAMP San Diego as reasonable and proper notice, for the purpose of any and all laws, rules, policies, and regulations, and agree that such electronic form fully satisfies any requirement that such communications be provided to you in writing or in a form that you may keep.

Paper version of Electronic Communications

You may request a paper version of an Electronic Communication. You acknowledge that SEACAMP San Diego reserves the right to charge you a reasonable fee for the production and mailing of paper versions of Electronic Communications. To request a paper copy of an Electronic Communication contact us at seacamp@seacamp.com or 1-800-SEACAMP.

Revocation of electronic delivery

You have the right to withdraw your consent to receive/obtain communications via your account or via email with SEACAMP San Diego at any time. You acknowledge that SEACAMP San Diego reserves the right to restrict or terminate your access to your account and/or participation with SEACAMP San Diego if you withdraw your consent to receive Electronic Communications. If you wish to withdraw your consent, contact us at seacamp@seacamp.com or 1-800-SEACAMP.

Valid and current email address, notification and updates

Your current valid email address is required in order for you to obtain Electronic Communications from SEACAMP San Diego. You agree to keep SEACAMP San Diego informed of any changes in your email address. You may modify your email address by logging into your account on the SEACAMP San Diego’s website.

Hardware, software and operating system

You are responsible for installation, maintenance, and operation of your computer, browser and software. SEACAMP San Diego is not responsible for errors or failures from any malfunction of your computer, browser or software. SEACAMP San Diego is also not responsible for computer viruses or related problems associated with use of an online system. Unsupported browsers may not receive full functionality of the website or electronic documents therein.

Controlling Agreement

This Agreement supplements and modifies other agreements that you may have with the SEACAMP San Diego. To the extent that this Agreement and another agreement contain conflicting provisions, the provisions in this agreement will control (with the exception of provisions in another agreement for an electronic service which provisions specify the necessary hardware, software and operating system, in which such other provision controls). All other obligations of the parties remain subject to the terms and conditions of any other agreement.

It is recommended that you print a copy of this Agreement for future reference.

Enrollment Information

Enrollment is accepted on a first come, first served basis and must be done online. A partially refundable $500.00 deposit is required to secure participants spot in session.

Program open to participants 7 years or older and accompanied by an adult or be 18 years or older and a high school graduate to travel independently. All participants must hold a current passport at the time of the trip and all eligible participants must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Additionally, all participants, regardless of vaccination status, must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the trip starting. Proof of negative must either be emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com or provided upon joining the group at the airport or Palapas Ventana.

Tuition
Per Participant

Tuition: $2700.00 for participants 13 years or older and $2300 for participants between 7 and 12 years old. Deposit payment of $500.00 is required with enrollment. The balance of tuition is due by January 15, 2022 along with required paperwork including travel information. Tuition balance along with registration/travel forms for participants enrolled after July 1st are due one week after enrollment in session.

Tuition Due Dates: Deposit is due at enrollment and Final Payment is due by January 15, 2022

Tuition is all inclusive upon arrival at Palapas Ventana Resort. All meals, housing and transportation will be provided. Tuition also includes all activities, excursions, reservations and gear. If traveling on same flight as SEACAMP personnel, transportation between airport Palapas Ventana Resort is included. Tuition excludes flight to Mexico, transportation to Palapas Ventana Resort (if not traveling with SEACAMP personnel) and alcoholic beverages. Additionally, fishing, wind-surfing, massages can be done at additional cost.

Cancellation Policy
Per Participant

Cancellation Policy – per participant: Deposit and final payment may be partially refundable. Cancellations prior to November 15, 2021 are subject to a $250.00 cancellation fee. Cancellations between November 16, 2021 and January 15, 2022 are subject to a $500.00 cancellation fee. All tuition is non-refundable after January 16, 2022. Cancellations must be submitted in writing and received by the dates stated above. All cancellations must be submitted in writing and must be received in the above time frames to seacamp@seacamp.com. Cancellation Policy applies to all enrollments regardless of enrollment date.

Registration Forms

Registration Forms due by: January 15, 2022

Registration Forms cannot be found online. All forms will be sent after enrollment via email to the email address provided at enrollment. All Registration Forms are required for each participant. Before forms are submitted, please make sure all signatures and initials are filled out correctly. We cannot allow participants to attend program, if participant or parents/guardians refuse to sign the Registration Forms or modify the Registration Forms.

All required paperwork – Registration Forms and Travel Information Form must be returned with final payments on or before January 15, 2022. Please mail forms to SEACAMP San Diego, PO Box 711310, San Diego, CA 92171 or email forms to seacamp@seacamp.com.

Travel Information

Travel to Baja, Mexico is not included in tuition and must be arranged by participants. Flights should arrive and depart either La Paz Airport (LAP) or Cabo San Lucas Airport (SJD) in Mexico. Travel to and from Mexico/Palapas Ventana Resort is not included in SEACAMP San Diego tuition.*

Airport shuttle between either La Paz Airport or Cabo San Lucas Airport and Palapas Ventana Resort will require additional fee payable directly to Palapas Ventana Resort. Shuttle from Cabo San Lucas Airport to Palapas Ventana Resort is $376.00+tax round trip shuttle. Shuttle from La Paz Airport and Palapas Ventana Resort is $220.00+tax round trip shuttle. Maximum shuttle capacity is 9 due to COVID.

*Participants traveling with SEACAMP personnel will receive complimentary shuttle transportation to/from Palapas Ventana. SEACAMP personnel flights TBD. Flights will either be round trip flight to/from Tijuana Aiport (TIJ) via San Diego CBX and La Paz, BCS, Mexico (LAP) or to/from San Diego (SAN) and Los Cabos International Airport (SJD). Participants are responsible for transportation to airport on February 12 and from airport on February 19. On departure from participants will meet at terminal gate. Flights to/from TIJ will require a round trip Cross Board Express ticket which can be purchased with your airline ticket or at the airport.

Flight on February 12, 2022: TBD

Flight on February 19, 2022: TBD

Flight Information Subject to Change by Airline.

U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Mexico are required all airline passengers to the United States ages two year and older must provide a negative COVID-19 viral test taken within three calendar days of travel. Alternatively, travelers to the U.S. may provide documentation form a licensed health care provided of having recovered from COVID-19 in the 90 days preceding travel. Policy applies to U.S. citizens, as well as foreign nationals, regardless of vaccinations. Please note, this policy could change the time of trip. Also, a positive COVID-19 test may require participant(s) to stay Mexico.

Cancellation Policy
Per Session, Per Student

Cancellations between enrollment and 45 days prior to session start date are subject to a $50 cancellation fee. Cancellations between 44 days and 15 days prior to session start date are subject to a cancellation fee of half the student’s tuition. All tuition is non-refundable between 14 days and 0 days prior to session start date. All cancellations must be submitted in writing and must be received in the above time frames to seacamp@seacamp.com. Cancellation Policy applies to each session and to all enrollments regardless of enrollment date.

In the event session SEACAMP is required to be cancelled due to the direction of local, state or federal health agencies, full tuition will be refunded minus a $50 processing fee.

Students will be expected to maintain appropriate physical distancing and face coverings as directed. If a student repeatedly fails to comply with these directions, that student may be sent home and will not be allowed to return to camp and no refunds will be provided. Additionally, students that arrive to camp with a temperature greater than 100.4°F or answer YES to one of the health screening questions will not be able to join the group and no refund will be provided.

  • Health screening questions – the answer must be NO to all questions:
    • Has student had any of the following symptoms:
      • Cough • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing • Fever • Chills • Muscle Pain • Sore throat • New loss of taste or smell • Nausea • Vomiting • Diarrhea
    • Within the 10 days prior to camp, has student been in contact with anyone suspected of having or diagnosed with COVID-19?
    • Has student traveled by air or traveled out of state in the 10 days prior to camp?

All students are expected to follow the Rules and Policies for SEACAMP San Diego. Failure to do so will result in an immediate termination of session and no refunds will be provided with the exception of a positive COVID-19 PCR test in which case tuition is partially refundable.

COVID-19 PCR Test Policy:
Policy is Currently Paused

We have currently paused our COVID-19 testing policy. Students are no longer required to provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of start of camp. However, we reserve the right to reinstate policy at any time, for any reason. See below for fully policy requirements, if reinstated.

COVID-19 Testing Policy: Student must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of the start of the session – per student, per session. Failure to provide COVID-19 PCR test results to SEACAMP San Diego (emailed to seacamp@secamp.com) prior to the session starting or at check-in on the first day of camp will result in immediate cancellation of the student and no refunds will be provided. Students with a positive COVID-19 PCR test and their close contacts (including attending siblings or friends), will not be able to attend session and tuition will be partially refundable. Tuition for students with a positive COVID-19 PCR test will be refunded minus a $150 processing fee per student; unless we are able to fill the open spot in the session, then all tuition will be refunded minus a $50 processing fee per student. Additionally, students may instead transfer their enrollment and tuition minus a $50 processing fee per student to a later session, if available.

Transfer Policy
Per Session, Per Student

Students may request to transfer or switch session dates without penalty. Requests will be granted providing space is available and the request is received 14 days prior to currently enrolled session. Request a transfer by emailing seacamp@seacamp.com. Please ensure the email includes student’s name, date of birth, session date student is enrolled in and which session date student would like to be transferred to.

Late Policies

Late Check-in Policy:
Late arriving students will not be able to join their group and tuition will not be refunded. .

Late Check-out Policy:
A late fee of $1.00 per minute after check-out will be accrued. There is a one-time 15-minute grace period for a late check-out during the session. After the 15-minute grace period, a $1.00 fee will be incurred for each additional minute. Fees are due at check-out.

  • Check-in and Check-out times for Program for rising 5th through 8th graders:
    • Check-in between 8:30am – 8:45am
    • Check-out between 3:45pm – 4:00pm
  • Check-in and Check-out times for Program for rising 9th through 12th graders:
    • Check-in between 8:15am – 8:30am
    • Check-out between 4:00pm – 4:15pm
Enrollment Information & Considerstaions

Enrollment is first come, first served, and is accepted online with a full tuition payment. Programs are open to students entering 5th grade through 12th grade in fall 2021. All students must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of start of session and must have 10 days of good health prior to session start date. In-state students must not have traveled out-of-state or traveled by air in the 10 days prior to the session start date. Out-of-state students must be in San Diego 10 days prior to the session start date. Program sessions will be comprised of groups with no more than 14 students per group. Failure to provide COVID-19 test results to SEACAMP San Diego prior to session start date will result in immediate cancellation of student and no refunds will be provided. Students with positive COVID-19 test and their close contacts (including attending siblings or friends) will not be able to attend. Student will not attend camp if student: has traveled 10 days prior to session start date; exhibits the following symptoms in the 10 days prior to session start date or any time during session: fever (100.4°F or greater), cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea; has been in contact with anyone suspected of having or diagnosed with COVID19 within the 10 days prior to sessions start date.

While we are confident that our modified Summer Day Camp programs will provide a safe environment for students, each family should carefully consider if participation is appropriate for their student due to the additional risk associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Students who are immunocompromised, or live with individuals at risk of serious illness due to COVID-19 should not attend programs, or they should consult with their doctor to determine if participation would be safe and appropriate.

  • Despite our efforts to educate and enforce physical distancing expectations, your student may, and will likely, have occasional short-term close physical contact with other students and Instructors in their group.
  • Session may be cancelled or modified based on local or regional public health concerns. Please have an alternative plan ready.
  • Many activities will occur in public park spaces that are accessible to the general public.
  • Students will be required to bring and wear a face covering at all times except during water activities (snorkeling, boogie boarding, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding) and when eating or drinking. Face covering must be good quality. Sun buffs and face shields can not be used in place of a face covering.
  • Face coverings are not recommended when it is likely to get wet or restrict a campers ability to breathe.
  • Fiesta Island Youth Aquatic Center is a multi-use facility that may include students from other geographic areas. SEACAMP students will have designated spaces and will have limited to no interaction with other programs.
Rules & Policies

All students are expected to abide by the following established rules of behavior. Failure to do so will result in an immediate termination of session and no refunds will be provided. SEACAMP reserves the right modify or change and of these rules and policies.

General

  • All students must have 10 days of good health prior to the session start date and students are required to follow a 10-day precaution plan. Specifically, students should be extra cautious of close interactions at school if attending in-person. Only interact with individuals in their household (and wear a mask when that includes grandparents or in-home childcare). Wear a mask for necessary interactions in public (School, Doctors, Dentists, etc.).
  • Non-vaccinated Student Requirements (for COVID-19) – In-state: students must not have traveled out-of-state or traveled by air in the 10 days prior to the session start date. Out-of-state: students must be in San Diego 10 days prior to the session start date. Vaccinated Student Requirements (for COVID-19) – In-state: students, with no COVID-19 symptoms, are able to bypass the no air travel and out-of-state travel requirements 10 days prior to the start of the session. Out-of-state: students, with no COVID-19 symptoms, are able to bypass the requirement to be in San Diego and the no air travel requirement 10 days prior to the start of the session. Proof of vaccination is required. All students must be fully vaccinated – at least two weeks past the second dose of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines and two weeks past the single dose Janssen vaccine prior to the start of their session date.
  • Student must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of start of session. Failure to provide COVID-19 PCR test results to SEACAMP San Diego (emailed to seacamp@secamp.com) prior to the session starting or at check-in on the first day of camp will result in immediate cancellation of the student and no refunds will be provided. Students with a positive COVID-19 PCR test and their close contacts (including attending siblings or friends) will not be able to attend session and tuition will be partially refundable.
  • Vaccinated or non-vaccinated (for COVID-19) students will not attend camp, if student exhibits any of the following symptoms in the 10 days prior to session start date or any time during session: fever (100.4°F or greater), cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea; has been diagnosed with COVID-19 within the 10 days prior to the start of the session. Non-vaccinated students will not attend camp, if student has been in contact with anyone suspected of having COVID-19 within the 10 days prior to the start of the session.
  • Courteous, kind, and considerate behavior is expected at all times. Any behavior that compromises another students’ comfort or enjoyment of the program will not be tolerated.
  • Students are expected to be at their assigned location at the appointed time. Students are expected to maintain appropriate physical distancing and face coverings/masks as directed.
  • Student must be responsible for all personal items. SEACAMP and its agents cannot assume responsibility for lost or stolen items. Lost and found items not claimed within two weeks from end of session will be donated.
  • It is the student’s responsibility to inform one of the Instructors of: Illness; Injury; Other problems
  • Any student using alcohol, tobacco, drugs or committing any illegal act will be sent home immediately at the parent or guardian’s expense.
  • Possession of any items which may be considered dangerous (i.e. knives, etc.) or behavior which may compromise the safety of others will not be tolerated.
  • No roller blades, skates, skateboards, surfboards or skim boards will be allowed at SEACAMP
  • Electronics, including but not limited to: game consoles, computers, tablets, e-readers and TV, DVD and MP3 players, are not permitted at SEACAMP. Additionally, personal cell phone use is not permitted for the duration of camp. Phones should be left at home, if brought they should be turned off and kept in bag for the day.
  • Program/Session may be cancelled or modified based on local or regional public health concerns. Please have an alternative plan ready. All times and activities are subject to change due to scheduling considerations, weather, water conditions, etc. Activities may be not be done in order listed or together as listed above. Session may be cancelled or modified based on local or regional public health concerns. Please have an alternative plan ready.

In the Vans

  • Student must sit in assigned seat.
  • Seat belts and face coverings must be worn at all times.
  • Voices should be kept at a moderate level.
  • No horseplay.
  • No eating or drinking and no open food or drink.
  • Seating areas must be kept clean.

Duty to Report

  • Students are required to report to a camp counselor should they witness any of the above behavior.

These Rules and Policies are necessary to ensure the safety of students and Instructors while enabling us to provide a fun and secure camp experience for everyone.

Registration Forms & Due Dates

Registration Forms are required for each participant and are done online after student is enrolled in desired session. Forms are due promptly after enrollment but must be received no later than 14 days prior to start of session date.

To access online forms, please sign in to your account under My Account. Then navigate to Registration Information tab to complete required forms.

Before beginning, you will need to gather the following, as they will be required to submit forms:

  • Immunization record including the date of the last tetanus shot (electronic version to be uploaded)
  • Health insurance card, if desired (electronic version to be uploaded)

Students and families will need to review and complete the following:

  • SEACAMP Information Packet (PDF) – Required for each student and family to read and review. Packet includes rules and regulations, map/address to SEACAMP facility, check-in and check-out procedures, program activities, cancellation policy, transfer policy, late policies, and what to bring each day.
  • Registration Forms – Parent/Guardian to complete on behalf of child/ward. Forms are broken into four parts:
    1. Registration Form A: SEACAMP session information along with student medical information, parent contact information and check-in and out information.
    2. Registration Form B: Acknowledgement of Rules & Polices, Cancellation Policy, Transfer Policy, Late Policies, and Enrollment Considerations
    3. Registration Form C: Medical Authorization, Acknowledgement and Assumption of Risks and Responsibility, Parent Authorization
    4. Registration Form D: Snorkeling and Water Activities Release

Forms are due promptly after enrollment but must be received no later than 14 days prior to start of session date.

Cancellation Policy
Per Session, Per Student

Cancellations between enrollment and 45 days prior to session start date are subject to a $50 cancellation fee. Cancellations between 44 days and 15 days prior to session start date are subject to a cancellation fee of half the student’s tuition. All tuition is non-refundable between 14 days and 0 days prior to session start date. All cancellations must be submitted in writing and must be received in the above time frames to seacamp@seacamp.com. Cancellation Policy applies to each session and to all enrollments regardless of enrollment date.

In the event session SEACAMP is required to be cancelled due to the direction of local, state or federal health agencies, full tuition will be refunded minus a $50 processing fee.

Students will be expected to maintain appropriate physical distancing and face coverings as directed. If a student repeatedly fails to comply with these directions, that student may be sent home and will not be allowed to return to camp and no refunds will be provided. Additionally, students that arrive to camp with a temperature greater than 100.4°F or answer YES to one of the health screening questions will not be able to join the group and no refund will be provided.

  • Health screening questions – the answer must be NO to all questions:
    • Has student had any of the following symptoms:
      • Cough • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing • Fever • Chills • Muscle Pain • Sore throat • New loss of taste or smell • Nausea • Vomiting • Diarrhea
    • Within the 10 days prior to camp, has student been in contact with anyone suspected of having or diagnosed with COVID-19?
    • Has student traveled by air or traveled out of state in the 10 days prior to camp?

All students are expected to follow the Rules and Policies for SEACAMP San Diego. Failure to do so will result in an immediate termination of session and no refunds will be provided with the exception of a positive COVID-19 PCR test in which case tuition is partially refundable.

COVID-19 PCR Test Policy:
Policy is Currently Paused

We have currently paused our COVID-19 testing policy. Students are no longer required to provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of start of camp. However, we reserve the right to reinstate policy at any time, for any reason. See below for fully policy requirements, if reinstated.

COVID-19 Testing Policy: Student must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of the start of the session – per student, per session. Failure to provide COVID-19 PCR test results to SEACAMP San Diego (emailed to seacamp@secamp.com) prior to the session starting or at check-in on the first day of camp will result in immediate cancellation of the student and no refunds will be provided. Students with a positive COVID-19 PCR test and their close contacts (including attending siblings or friends), will not be able to attend session and tuition will be partially refundable. Tuition for students with a positive COVID-19 PCR test will be refunded minus a $150 processing fee per student; unless we are able to fill the open spot in the session, then all tuition will be refunded minus a $50 processing fee per student. Additionally, students may instead transfer their enrollment and tuition minus a $50 processing fee per student to a later session, if available.

Transfer Policy
Per Session, Per Student

Students may request to transfer or switch session dates without penalty. Requests will be granted providing space is available and the request is received 14 days prior to currently enrolled session. Request a transfer by emailing seacamp@seacamp.com. Please ensure the email includes student’s name, date of birth, session date student is enrolled in and which session date student would like to be transferred to.

Late Policies

Late Check-in Policy:
Late arriving students will not be able to join their group and tuition will not be refunded. .

Late Check-out Policy:
A late fee of $1.00 per minute after check-out will be accrued. There is a one-time 15-minute grace period for a late check-out during the session. After the 15-minute grace period, a $1.00 fee will be incurred for each additional minute. Fees are due at check-out.

  • Check-in and Check-out times for Program for rising 5th through 8th graders:
    • Check-in between 8:30am – 8:45am
    • Check-out between 3:45pm – 4:00pm
  • Check-in and Check-out times for Program for rising 9th through 12th graders:
    • Check-in between 8:15am – 8:30am
    • Check-out between 4:00pm – 4:15pm
Enrollment Information & Considerstaions

Enrollment is first come, first served, and is accepted online with a full tuition payment. Programs are open to students entering 5th grade through 12th grade in fall 2021. All students must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of start of session and must have 10 days of good health prior to session start date. In-state students must not have traveled out-of-state or traveled by air in the 10 days prior to the session start date. Out-of-state students must be in San Diego 10 days prior to the session start date. Program sessions will be comprised of groups with no more than 14 students per group. Failure to provide COVID-19 test results to SEACAMP San Diego prior to session start date will result in immediate cancellation of student and no refunds will be provided. Students with positive COVID-19 test and their close contacts (including attending siblings or friends) will not be able to attend. Student will not attend camp if student: has traveled 10 days prior to session start date; exhibits the following symptoms in the 10 days prior to session start date or any time during session: fever (100.4°F or greater), cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea; has been in contact with anyone suspected of having or diagnosed with COVID19 within the 10 days prior to sessions start date.

While we are confident that our modified Summer Day Camp programs will provide a safe environment for students, each family should carefully consider if participation is appropriate for their student due to the additional risk associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Students who are immunocompromised, or live with individuals at risk of serious illness due to COVID-19 should not attend programs, or they should consult with their doctor to determine if participation would be safe and appropriate.

  • Despite our efforts to educate and enforce physical distancing expectations, your student may, and will likely, have occasional short-term close physical contact with other students and Instructors in their group.
  • Session may be cancelled or modified based on local or regional public health concerns. Please have an alternative plan ready.
  • Many activities will occur in public park spaces that are accessible to the general public.
  • Students will be required to bring and wear a face covering at all times except during water activities (snorkeling, boogie boarding, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding) and when eating or drinking. Face covering must be good quality. Sun buffs and face shields can not be used in place of a face covering.
  • Face coverings are not recommended when it is likely to get wet or restrict a campers ability to breathe.
  • Fiesta Island Youth Aquatic Center is a multi-use facility that may include students from other geographic areas. SEACAMP students will have designated spaces and will have limited to no interaction with other programs.
Rules & Policies

All students are expected to abide by the following established rules of behavior. Failure to do so will result in an immediate termination of session and no refunds will be provided. SEACAMP reserves the right modify or change and of these rules and policies.

General

  • All students must have 10 days of good health prior to the session start date and students are required to follow a 10-day precaution plan. Specifically, students should be extra cautious of close interactions at school if attending in-person. Only interact with individuals in their household (and wear a mask when that includes grandparents or in-home childcare). Wear a mask for necessary interactions in public (School, Doctors, Dentists, etc.).
  • Non-vaccinated Student Requirements (for COVID-19) – In-state: students must not have traveled out-of-state or traveled by air in the 10 days prior to the session start date. Out-of-state: students must be in San Diego 10 days prior to the session start date. Vaccinated Student Requirements (for COVID-19) – In-state: students, with no COVID-19 symptoms, are able to bypass the no air travel and out-of-state travel requirements 10 days prior to the start of the session. Out-of-state: students, with no COVID-19 symptoms, are able to bypass the requirement to be in San Diego and the no air travel requirement 10 days prior to the start of the session. Proof of vaccination is required. All students must be fully vaccinated – at least two weeks past the second dose of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines and two weeks past the single dose Janssen vaccine prior to the start of their session date.
  • Student must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of start of session. Failure to provide COVID-19 PCR test results to SEACAMP San Diego (emailed to seacamp@secamp.com) prior to the session starting or at check-in on the first day of camp will result in immediate cancellation of the student and no refunds will be provided. Students with a positive COVID-19 PCR test and their close contacts (including attending siblings or friends) will not be able to attend session and tuition will be partially refundable.
  • Vaccinated or non-vaccinated (for COVID-19) students will not attend camp, if student exhibits any of the following symptoms in the 10 days prior to session start date or any time during session: fever (100.4°F or greater), cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea; has been diagnosed with COVID-19 within the 10 days prior to the start of the session. Non-vaccinated students will not attend camp, if student has been in contact with anyone suspected of having COVID-19 within the 10 days prior to the start of the session.
  • Courteous, kind, and considerate behavior is expected at all times. Any behavior that compromises another students’ comfort or enjoyment of the program will not be tolerated.
  • Students are expected to be at their assigned location at the appointed time. Students are expected to maintain appropriate physical distancing and face coverings/masks as directed.
  • Student must be responsible for all personal items. SEACAMP and its agents cannot assume responsibility for lost or stolen items. Lost and found items not claimed within two weeks from end of session will be donated.
  • It is the student’s responsibility to inform one of the Instructors of: Illness; Injury; Other problems
  • Any student using alcohol, tobacco, drugs or committing any illegal act will be sent home immediately at the parent or guardian’s expense.
  • Possession of any items which may be considered dangerous (i.e. knives, etc.) or behavior which may compromise the safety of others will not be tolerated.
  • No roller blades, skates, skateboards, surfboards or skim boards will be allowed at SEACAMP
  • Electronics, including but not limited to: game consoles, computers, tablets, e-readers and TV, DVD and MP3 players, are not permitted at SEACAMP. Additionally, personal cell phone use is not permitted for the duration of camp. Phones should be left at home, if brought they should be turned off and kept in bag for the day.
  • Program/Session may be cancelled or modified based on local or regional public health concerns. Please have an alternative plan ready. All times and activities are subject to change due to scheduling considerations, weather, water conditions, etc. Activities may be not be done in order listed or together as listed above. Session may be cancelled or modified based on local or regional public health concerns. Please have an alternative plan ready.

In the Vans

  • Student must sit in assigned seat.
  • Seat belts and face coverings must be worn at all times.
  • Voices should be kept at a moderate level.
  • No horseplay.
  • No eating or drinking and no open food or drink.
  • Seating areas must be kept clean.

Duty to Report

  • Students are required to report to a camp counselor should they witness any of the above behavior.

These Rules and Policies are necessary to ensure the safety of students and Instructors while enabling us to provide a fun and secure camp experience for everyone.

Registration Forms & Due Dates

Registration Forms are required for each participant and are done online after student is enrolled in desired session. Forms are due promptly after enrollment but must be received no later than 14 days prior to start of session date.

To access online forms, please sign in to your account under My Account. Then navigate to Registration Information tab to complete required forms.

Before beginning, you will need to gather the following, as they will be required to submit forms:

  • Immunization record including the date of the last tetanus shot (electronic version to be uploaded)
  • Health insurance card, if desired (electronic version to be uploaded)

Students and families will need to review and complete the following:

  • SEACAMP Information Packet (PDF) – Required for each student and family to read and review. Packet includes rules and regulations, map/address to SEACAMP facility, check-in and check-out procedures, program activities, cancellation policy, transfer policy, late policies, and what to bring each day.
  • Registration Forms – Parent/Guardian to complete on behalf of child/ward. Forms are broken into four parts:
    1. Registration Form A: SEACAMP session information along with student medical information, parent contact information and check-in and out information.
    2. Registration Form B: Acknowledgement of Rules & Polices, Cancellation Policy, Transfer Policy, Late Policies, and Enrollment Considerations
    3. Registration Form C: Medical Authorization, Acknowledgement and Assumption of Risks and Responsibility, Parent Authorization
    4. Registration Form D: Snorkeling and Water Activities Release

Forms are due promptly after enrollment but must be received no later than 14 days prior to start of session date.

Enrollment Information

Enrollment is accepted on a first come, first served basis and must be done online. A partially refundable $500.00 deposit is required to secure participants spot in session.

Program open to participants 7 years or older and accompanied by an adult or be 18 years or older and a high school graduate to travel independently. All participants must hold a current passport at the time of the trip and adults must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Additionally, all participants, regardless of vaccination status, must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the trip starting. Proof of negative must either be emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com or provided upon joining the group at the airport or Palapas Ventana.

Tuition
Per Participant

Tuition: $2500.00 per student – $500.00 deposit payment is required with enrollment. The balance of tuition is due by July 1st along with required paperwork including travel information. Tuition balance along with registration/travel forms for participants enrolled after July 1st are due one week after enrollment in session.

Tuition Due Dates: Deposit is due at enrollment and Final Payment is due by July 1st

Tuition Includes: Meals in Mexico, housing, activities, gear, supervision, SCUBA and snorkel equipment and dive masters. Includes transportation to and from Cabo San Lucas airport (SJD) – restrictions apply.

Tuition does not include flights to and from Mexico. Participants are responsible arranging travel.

Cancellation Policy
Per Participant

Deposit and tuition may be partially refundable. Cancellations prior to April 30 are subject to a $250.00 cancellation fee. Cancellations between May 1 and and June 30 are subject to a $500.00 cancellation fee. All payments are non-refundable after July 1. All cancellations must be submitted in writing and must be received in the above time frames to seacamp@seacamp.com. Cancellation Policy applies to all enrollments regardless of enrollment date.

Registration Forms

Registration Forms due by: July 1st

Registration Forms cannot be found online. All forms will be sent after enrollment via email to the email address provided at enrollment. All Registration Forms are required for each participant. Before forms are submitted, please make sure all signatures and initials are filled out correctly. We cannot allow participants to attend program, if participant or parents/guardians refuse to sign the Registration Forms or modify the Registration Forms.

All required paperwork – Registration Forms and Travel Information Form must be returned with final payments on or before July 1st. Please mail forms to SEACAMP San Diego, PO Box 711310, San Diego, CA 92171 or email forms to seacamp@seacamp.com.

Travel Information

Travel to Baja, Mexico is not included in tuition and must be arranged by participants. Participants must have a valid passport to travel internationally. Below are the flights SEACAMP San Diego personnel will be traveling on. To be served by the complimentary arranged shuttle flights must arrive into Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) before 3:00pm and depart Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) after 1:00pm. If flights do not meet these requirements, participants will have to arrange own shuttle to/from Palapas Ventana. SEACAMP personnel flight information subject to change by airline. All participants, regardless of vaccination status, must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the trip starting. Proof of negative must either be emailed to seacamp@seacamp.com or provided upon joining the group at the airport or Palapas Ventana. Per U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Mexico, all airline passengers to the United States ages two year and older must provide a negative COVID-19 viral test taken within three calendar days of travel. Alternatively, travelers to the U.S. may provide documentation form a licensed health care provided of having recovered from COVID-19 in the 90 days preceding travel. Policy applies to U.S. citizens, as well as foreign nationals, regardless of vaccinations. Please note, this policy could change the time of trip. Also, a positive COVID-19 test may require participant(s) to stay Mexico.

Arrival – Saturday, August 7, 2021:
Flight should arrive into Cabo San Lucas (SJD) before 3:00pm to be served by the complimentary arranged shuttle.

SEACAMP Staff Flight*:
Flight from San Diego International Airport to Cabo San Lucas:
Southwest Flight #1213 departing SAN at 9:55am and arriving SJD at 1:10pm

Departure – Saturday, August 14, 2021:
Flight should depart Cabo San Lucas (SJD) after 1:00pm to be served by the complimentary arranged shuttle.

SEACAMP Staff Flight*:
Flight from Cabo San Lucas to San Diego International Airport:
Southwest Flight #1214 departing SJD at 1:40pm and arriving SAN at 2:55pm

*SEACAMP personnel flight information subject to change by airline.

Participants can also travel to/from La Paz Airport with shuffle arranged and paid to Palapas Ventana Resort. Shuttle from La Paz Airport and Palapas Ventana Resort is $210.00+tax round trip shuttle. Maximum shuttle capacity is 11 people.

Electronic Signature Agreement

By creating or having an account with SEACAMP San Diego on www.seacamp.com, you agree your electronic signature is the legal equivalent of your manual signature.  By creating or having an account, you consent to be legally bound by this Agreement’s terms and conditions. You further agree that your use of a keypad, mouse or other device to select an item, button, icon or similar act/action, or to otherwise provide the Company, or in accessing or making any transaction regarding any agreement, acknowledgment, consent terms, disclosures or conditions constitutes your signature (hereafter referred to as “E-Signature”), acceptance and agreement as if actually signed by you in writing. You also agree that no certification authority or other third party verification is necessary to validate your E-Signature and that the lack of such certification or third party verification will not in any way affect the enforceability of your E-Signature or any resulting contract between you and SEACAMP San Diego. You also represent that you are authorized to enter into this Agreement for all persons who own or are authorized to access any of your accounts and that such persons will be bound by the terms of this Agreement.

Consent to Electronic Delivery

You specifically agree to receive and/or obtain “Electronic Communications” from the SEACAMP San Diego. The term “Electronic Communications” includes, but is not limited to, any and all current and future notices and/or disclosures that various federal and/or state laws or regulations require that we provide to you, as well as such other documents, statements, data, records and any other communications regarding your relationship or participation with SEACAMP San Diego. You acknowledge that, for your records, you are able to retain SEACAMP San Diego’s Electronic Communications by printing and/or downloading and saving this Agreement and any other agreements and Electronic Communications, documents, or records that you agree to use of your E-Signature. You accept Electronic Communications provided via your account or via email with SEACAMP San Diego as reasonable and proper notice, for the purpose of any and all laws, rules, policies, and regulations, and agree that such electronic form fully satisfies any requirement that such communications be provided to you in writing or in a form that you may keep.

Paper version of Electronic Communications

You may request a paper version of an Electronic Communication. You acknowledge that SEACAMP San Diego reserves the right to charge you a reasonable fee for the production and mailing of paper versions of Electronic Communications. To request a paper copy of an Electronic Communication contact us at seacamp@seacamp.com or 1-800-SEACAMP.

Revocation of electronic delivery

You have the right to withdraw your consent to receive/obtain communications via your account or via email with SEACAMP San Diego at any time. You acknowledge that SEACAMP San Diego reserves the right to restrict or terminate your access to your account and/or participation with SEACAMP San Diego if you withdraw your consent to receive Electronic Communications. If you wish to withdraw your consent, contact us at seacamp@seacamp.com or 1-800-SEACAMP.

Valid and current email address, notification and updates

Your current valid email address is required in order for you to obtain Electronic Communications from SEACAMP San Diego. You agree to keep SEACAMP San Diego informed of any changes in your email address. You may modify your email address by logging into your account on the SEACAMP San Diego’s website.

Hardware, software and operating system

You are responsible for installation, maintenance, and operation of your computer, browser and software. SEACAMP San Diego is not responsible for errors or failures from any malfunction of your computer, browser or software. SEACAMP San Diego is also not responsible for computer viruses or related problems associated with use of an online system. Unsupported browsers may not receive full functionality of the website or electronic documents therein.

Controlling Agreement

This Agreement supplements and modifies other agreements that you may have with the SEACAMP San Diego. To the extent that this Agreement and another agreement contain conflicting provisions, the provisions in this agreement will control (with the exception of provisions in another agreement for an electronic service which provisions specify the necessary hardware, software and operating system, in which such other provision controls). All other obligations of the parties remain subject to the terms and conditions of any other agreement.

It is recommended that you print a copy of this Agreement for future reference.