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The health and safety of our campers is our priority. We have been working hard to create guidelines for all who come to camp this summer. The American Camping Association engaged an expert panel coordinated by Environmental Health & Engineering Inc to create a practical guide and tool kit for reducing the risk at camp. We will continue to review all local, state, and federal guidelines. We go into this summer confident in our ability to provide a healthy, safe, fun, and fulfilling experience for WB Surf Camp participants. Below you will find information on what we are doing:

RESIDENTIAL CAMP GUIDELINES (NC Teen Overnight Surf Camps, Carolina Ocean Odyssey)

  • Campers must provide printed proof of a negative COVID-19 test, regardless of vaccination status, from within 3 days of arrival at camp to be checked-in. Low-risk behaviors are advised after testing and prior to camp.
  • Check in times will be assigned for each camp to promote social distancing. This information will be communicated in your family’s welcome email.
  • We are using a “one parent, one child” drop off policy. We ask that only one parent and their scheduled campers come to check in.
  • Check in will follow social distancing protocols with everyone standing at least 6ft apart while waiting to check in.
  • To ensure cleanliness of our accommodations, parents will say goodbye to campers after check-in and campers will be escorted to their room by camp staff. Before entering each room, all luggage will be wiped down and sanitized. No outside visitors will be allowed.
  • Mail will not be allowed this summer. Should you bring a package or letter with you on check in day we are happy to distribute that during the week.
  • Campers will sanitize hands before every meal and eat in camp groups.
  • When campers leave camp, they will always remain in their camp groups and will socially distance from all non-camp persons. When social distancing is not possible, masks will be available. Upon arrival to any vendor, campers will immediately sanitize their hands, as well as when departing.
  • Surf Camp Inc. staff will go through an intensive training on all policies and protocols. Check lists will be utilized to ensure cleaning and sanitizing is done correctly.
  • Should a camper exhibit symptoms of COVID-19, that camper will be given a mask and isolated immediately and parents will be notified. Parents will be expected to arrange pick up of the camper within 12- 24 hours. The local health department will be contacted for guidance and notification.
  • All other applicable country, state, and local guidelines in place at the time of program per your program’s location.

TRAVEL CAMP GUIDELINES (Teen Costa Rica, Adult Costa Rica, Adult BVI)

  • As well as the guidelines for residential camps, travel programs must follow the specific laws/requirements of the destination country.

Costa Rica (Adult and Teens)

As of April 1, 2022 the Republic of Costa Rica has lifted all travel rules related to COVID-19.

    BVI (Adult)

    Entry Requirements can also be found here.

    Entry by air to the Territory is only permitted through the T B Lettsome International Airport.

    Travelers who have been fully vaccinated, with the second dose of a World Health Organization approved vaccine administered at least 14 days before travel, can also enter the BVI by sea through the Road Town Jetty; Soper’s Hole Dock, West End; Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke; or Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda.

    Partially vaccinated travelers (those that have received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, or whose second vaccine dose was administered less than two weeks before arriving in the Territory) and unvaccinated travelers are only permitted to enter the BVI through the Road Town Jetty and the T B Lettsome International Airport.

    Everyone (including children) entering the Territory will be subject to temperature checks and testing on arrival.

    Testing and quarantine requirements

    Fully vaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:

    • pre-register for a rapid antigen test using the Hummingbird portal for your point of entry:
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test or a negative rapid antigen test taken within 5 days prior to arrival. The type of test taken should be guided by the entry requirements of any country transited en route to the BVI
    • show proof of vaccination status
    • take a rapid COVID-19 test upon arrival at a cost of $50 and receive a negative result
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalization, doctor’s visits and prescriptions

    Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated adults and unaccompanied children must:

    • register for a BVI Gateway Traveler Authorization Certificate at a cost of $175.00
    • show proof of a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken 3 to 5 days prior to arrival. Partially vaccinated travelers will also need to show proof of their vaccination status
    • take a RT-PCR COVID-19 test upon arrival
    • show proof of travel insurance with minimum approved coverage for quarantine accommodation costs, medical repatriation and COVID-19 medical costs, including hospitalization, doctor’s visits and prescriptions
    • quarantine for four days (partially vaccinated travelers) or seven days (unvaccinated travelers)
    • take a RT-PCR COVID-19 test on day 4 (partially vaccinated travelers) or day 7 (unvaccinated travelers). Travelers will be able to end their quarantine if they receive a negative test result
    • obtain approval from the Environmental Health Division if quarantining in a private residence, hotel or vessel

    Where people are traveling in mixed groups, unvaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals will need to quarantine upon arrival whilst vaccinated individuals in the group will not be subject to quarantine measures providing they test negative on arrival.

    DAY CAMP GUIDELINES (Day Surf Camps, Kids Surf Camp, Guppy Ocean Adventure Camp, Grom Ocean Academy)

    • Check in and drop off will be staggered. We ask that only one parent accompany their children.
      • Day Surf Camp- Check in will take place at Public Access #4 located at 2398 North Lumina Avenue, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480.  Families will line up at the welcome/wellness tent. Social distancing protocols will be followed during check in.
      • Guppy/Grom- Drop-off will be at Surfberry between 8:15 – 8:30 am. Pick up will be at the Landing Shopping Center (parking lot next to Banks Channel Bar and Grille – 530 Causeway Dr, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480) between 3:45 – 4:00 pm. Pick up on Friday afternoon will be at 3:30 PM at Surf Berry. Families will line up at the welcome/wellness table. Social distancing protocols will be followed during check in.
    • As campers arrive at the welcome/wellness table, staff will administer a well check which includes temperature check and questions on COVID-19 symptoms. Should participant have a temperature of 100.4 or higher or one of the symptoms of COVID-19, the participant will not be allowed to check in to camp. Parents will sign off on check in/check out sheets on Mondays and Fridays.  After well check, our staff will accompany your child to sanitize their hands and walk them to the camps meeting area.  All bags and lunch boxes will be wiped down.
    • Campers will sanitize their hands before entering vans, upon arrival at every location, and before leaving each activity.
    • If social distancing cannot be maintained in public, face masks will be made available.
    • If a camper exhibits any symptoms of Covid-19. Camper will be given a mask and immediately isolated and sent home. Camper may not return to camp until they are fever free for 72 hours since recovery (without the use of fever-reducing medicine), other symptoms have improved, and at least 10 days have passed since first symptoms.
    • Should parents want to watch their kids during the half day surf camp they will be asked to refrain from interacting with any camper until pick up begins. Pick up protocols will be followed.
    • All other applicable state, and local guidelines will be followed.

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