Hungary Heli Camp 2015 – last week of June (21/06 – 26/06)
Push your skills in 6 days of dedicated coaching in a small group. All jumps are made from the MI-8 helicopter!
This is an authentic skills camp. Your commitment is expected, that means: get up in the morning and join all the group jumps. You will be put in a group based on your experience and every group will have a dedicated coach that will work hard to push your personal level as far as possible, while focussing on safety and teamwork at the same time.
The organizers in 2015:
Jasper van der Meer
The MI8 is the best we’ve ever seen, the DZ is flat like a golf course, the view over lake Balaton is stunning and the rooms are very comfortable. We’re all staying in 2 person rooms at the DZ where we’ll also have breakfast, lunch and dinner. Apart from that, SZALON is sponsoring 1 beer per participant per jump, so you can expect a typical evening here and there… There are 9 organized groups this year, divided by skill level. These groups are not solid; we’ll evaluate every day and move people to a different group if that helps your learning curve or safety.
The basic package price is 1425 € and includes:
– lodging at the DZ in a 2 person room
– 30 bad-ass organized group jumps
– 3 meals a day
– 1 beer per jump (after jumping)
– airport pickup service
– a memorable week (promise)
The camp runs from Sunday 21/06 until Friday 26/06. Accommodation is included from 20/06 to 27/06. You can jump by yourself on Saturday the 27th (for those who survive Friday night in Siofok). The standard rooms are at the DZ area, with shared toilet and shower facilities. You can upgrade to a deluxe room at the restaurant area with private bathroom for 35 € as long as they’re available. You should arrange your own transport to and from Hungary. We provide a pickup and return service for those who fly into Budapest.
To reserve your slot you’ll need to pay a deposit of 300 € and agree to our GENERAL BOOKING CONDITIONS which you can find here.
The camp is fully booked BUT you can still register. Some people might cancel and many people haven’t paid their deposit yet, so their reservation isn’t final yet. If you register, your name is put on the reserve list. As soon as a slot comes available, the first person on that list get’s an invitation via email.