To develop authentic lifelong friendships and form a supportive community.
To spend time together sharing in amazing activities, creating unique art, and visiting beautiful places.
To give respite to family and others who care for their loved ones with disabilities.
To demonstrate to the broader society that people with disabilities have much to offer, just as they are.
At camp we enjoy incredible activities together like waterskiing, stand-up paddle boarding, horse backriding and swimming in the ocean. Together we create unique and beautiful art-painting, sculpture, music and theatre. We live together in a community where we celebrate our differences and where labels and divisions disappear.
Each camp is named in , the Mayan language of Santiago Atitlan.
During the pandemic we have reduced the number of camps:
16 to 24
to 8 December
14 to 22