Barracudas Activity Day Camps Review

Barracudas Activity Day Camps Review

Kids Just Wanna Have Fun

Despite Josh being home schooled, I still like to take advantage of holiday clubs. I think it’s a great way for kids to socialise and learn new skills. One of the things that first attracted me to cruising, were the onboard kids clubs. My son and daughter both loved them, but finding something of equal calibre on land is not so easy.

Why Choose Barracudas ?

Barracudas Activity Day Camps offer really cool activities and they can choose from two different activities per session. The timetable changes daily and here is an example of the variety of activities they offer.

The staff at Barracudas are really lovely. The application process to become a team member is rigorous. Most of those chosen to be part of the team are either already working with children, or working towards a relevant qualification.

Barracudas Activity Day Camps Staff Emma and Georgie with Josh.

I booked Josh into the Woking camp, which is held in the stunning setting of Gordon’s School. There is ample room to host all the indoor and outdoor activities.

Gordon’s School in Woking is a stunning venue for Barracudas Activity Day Camps

As you can see, Joshua loves swimming. Barracudas provide a trained lifeguard at all times and they have plenty of armbands and floats should your child need them.

Joshua’s favourite activity was the electric karts, as this gave him the chance to put his driving skills to the test.

Barracudas still have some early booking rates on certain camps this summer. For details call the Parent Line: 01480 467 567

For locations and prices go the

Want to know what’s on a cruise ship for kids? Joshua loved Sapphire Princess, MSC Magnifica, and Allure of the Seas

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