Summer holidays are coming around again, and we know that summer camps are a lifesaver for busy parents. The summer camps we’ve found and vetted in Hong Kong will not only prevent the dreaded school holiday boredom (with the summer break typically lasting from mid-July until the end of August, with some variation for international schools) but will also give kids a fun and enriching summer experience they’ll absolutely love.
Our Top Picks
Are you searching for an exceptional summer camp experience for your child? Camp Asia’s wide range of multi-activity camps for learners aged 4 to 14 cater to a variety of interests, including the arts, communications, English immersion, science, coding, sports, and more. Their flexible enrolment options allow you to choose from morning, afternoon, and full-day programs for one week or the full five weeks, and Camp Asia’s dedicated instructors ensure that every child has a memorable and enriching time while learning in a nurturing environment.
Located on the internationally renowned Stamford American School campus, Camp Asia is easily accessible via their MTR shuttle bus service. Their ethos is that learning should be hands-on and stimulating, which is why they offer a diverse range of captivating activities that your child will adore. This is a fantastic summer camp whether your child is looking to pursue a passion or discover a new interest in a native English environment.
Dates: June 26 – July 28, 2023
Ages: 4–14 years
Location: Stamford American School, 25 Man Fuk Rd, Ho Man Tin
Price: HK$3,500 to HK$5,800 for 5-day camp. Book before May 31 for a 10% early bird discount.
Book: Enrol online or call +852 3467 4567 for more information
An expert in early childhood education guided by Montessori principles, Guidepost’s ‘Mini Makers Summer Camp’ offers weekly programs with dual language instruction (English and Mandarin), such as music and movement, DIY crafts using recycled materials, clay, and dough, etc. Kids are encouraged to develop their “maker mindset” to conceptualize and build things hands-on, with opportunities to showcase their newfound knowledge at the end of each week. The camps are conveniently held at six Guidepost campuses in Hong Kong. Enrol for one week or multiple weeks for a summer holiday that builds up your child’s creativity and language skills, as well as their confidence!
Guidepost also offers cross-region camps in Bali, Beijing, and Hangzhou. With a network of over 100 Montessori schools across the globe, they are committed to fostering a strong sense of community among students, families, teachers, and society as a whole.
Dates: July 3 – August 5, 2023 (dates vary by location; check the brochure for details)
Ages: 6 months – 6 years
Location: Guidepost campuses in Causeway Bay, Chai Wan, Clearwater Bay, Discovery Bay, Kennedy Town, and Pok Fu Lam
Price: Camp fees vary by location. Enjoy a 5% discount on enrolments of 3 weeks or more.
Book: Enrol online, email hk-admissions [@] guidepostmontessori.com, or WhatsApp +852 9126 6211
Minisport was founded based on research that exposing kids to multiple sports early on has incredible developmental, social, and psychological benefits. Their English language summer camps are situated at 18 different locations spread around the city, from reputable school campuses to dance studios to parks and even Repulse Bay Beach.
During one week of daily 50-minute to 3-hour sessions, kids from 1.5 to 8 years can play four different sports, perhaps for the first time! Through playing football, basketball, rugby, and tennis, your little ones learn ball handling skills with fun, age-relevant games in an encouraging environment led by coaching professionals who are sports development experts, university athletes, or hold exercise science degrees.
The advantages of this multi-sport approach include essential motor development, developing confidence, practising teamwork, how to be a leader, and learning focus and strategic thinking.
Dates: July 3 – August 11, 2023
Ages: 1.5—8 years
Location: Various international schools, fitness studios, and parks across Hong Kong (Pok Fu Lam, Central, Causeway Bay, Wan Chai, Quarry Bay, Kennedy Town, Sai Ying Pun, Tseung Kwan O, Nam Cheong, Sha Tin, Repulse Bay, Sai Kung, Central, West Kowloon)
Price: Prices vary depending on location; from HK$280 per day to HK$3,700 per week
Book: Enrol online
For a summer holiday that the kids will remember for years to come, get set for some awesome memory-making at Camp Beaumont. Suitable for kids aged 2.5 to 12 years old, their summer-themed activities will put your kids in the holiday mood as they get outdoors, moving, playing, being creative, trying something new, and exploring self-expression, all while enjoying themselves and unwinding.
Open to all children, these camps will run on eight leading school campuses across the city, which are German Swiss International School at the Peak, Nord Anglia International School in Lam Tin and Sai Kung, Wycombe Abbey School in Aberdeen, Malvern College in Tai Po, Dibber International Kindergarten in Whampoa, and Malvern Pre-Schools in Coronation Circle and Island West. There are half-day camps for the little ones and full-day camps for children 5 years and up.
Dates: July 3 – August 25, 2023 (dates vary by location; visit the website for more details)
Ages: 2.5–12 years
Location: 8 school campuses in Hong Kong (The Peak, Lam Tin, Sai Kung, Aberdeen, Tai Po, Whampoa, Yau Ma Tei, Sai Ying Pun)
Price: 5-day camp fees vary by location. Use the discount code HKHUB10 to enjoy 10% off until August 31.
Book: Enrol online or email campbookings [@] campbeaumont.hk
Give your children the gift of adventure and education with Woodland Pre-Schools’ summer camp! Their multi-activity programmes, such as basketball, dance, and gymnastics will ignite the curiosity of young learners from ages 2 to 6 years. The international preschool’s experienced teachers and counsellors create a safe and supportive environment that encourages exploration, learning, and friendship-building.
Summer camp is also available for ages 6 months to 2 years old, to support infants with sensory play, cognitive development, music and movement, and so much more.
Woodland’s summer camp is available at their Marina Cove Sai Kung, Repulse Bay Beachside and Mid-Levels campuses, the last of which also offers a special Summer Academic Programme for ages 4.5 to 7 years old focused on reading, writing, mathematics, and inquiry-based projects. Whether you choose half-day or full-day programmes, your child is sure to have a summer of fun engaging in outdoor activities and making new friends. Registrations close on June 19th for weeks 1-3 and July 10th for weeks 4-6.
Dates: July 3 – August 11, 2023
Ages: 6 months – 7 years
Location: Woodland Pre-Schools’ Sai Kung, Mid-Levels, and Repulse Bay Beachside campuses.
Price: Prices vary depending on scheduling; please email campwoodlandhk [@] woodlandschools.com for more information. Existing Woodland students can enjoy 15% off.
Book: Enrol online
More summer camps
Taking place in Sai Kung and Mui Wo from July 3 to August 11, with exciting activities for ages 7-11 such as coasteering, abseiling, stand-up paddleboard, canyoning, survival skills, and much more!
Learn more: www.learnwithdragonfly.com
A Global Training Partner of Microsoft and Minecraft, Cobo’s weekly camps will stoke ages 4-16s’ interest in coding, app development, virtual reality, AI, and more with Montessori influence. Camps are conducted in English in Kowloon Tong or Wan Chai.
Learn more: www.coboacademy.com
Ages 3-8 will enjoy Big Bang Academy’s STEAM camps with hands-on science experiments, take-home activities, 1:8 teacher to student ratio, and a certificate at the end of the program.
Learn more: www.bigbangacademyhk.com
Kids from 2 to 13 years old can enjoy a multicultural summer camp with the Africa Center. During 5 days, various activities will be organised around arts, dance, food, sport, and pop culture.
Learn more: www.africacenterhk.com
Mandarin Times offers weeklong immersion Mandarin camp with half- or full-day options for ages 5 to 15, giving your kids an intensive yet enjoyable Mandarin language education (Traditional Chinese or Simplified Chinese).
Learn more: www.mandarintimeschool.com
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*These summer camps were listed under a paid partnership policy. Reach out if you’d like to be included!