• 12 Mar. 2018

    Thanks to the developments of the Holnapocska Public Non-profit Kft. covered by the "GO IN NATURE" program, the children spending their time in the Zalaszabar Camp can spend useful and memorable lessons full of entertaining and playful learning experiences.


    Regarding its topic, through modern, interactive and spectacular demonstration tools we represent the vital element, namely the water, its power, rotation, utilization and regulation, which determines the whole area and the environmental values of the region. Interactive games provide entertainment for all ages.

    The centre operates indoors, thus making it possible for the visitors to visit it all the year regardless of the weather.


    Exercise therapeutic camps, program packages


    Developments are realised on several platforms, and these developments will help to improve the quality of the already existing free camps. The equipment purchases carried out during the project enable the playful learning during the experience therapy camps with the establishment of an interactive learning environment. For educational excursions, there is a set of program packages and worksheets extending the knowledge of children, with the help of which children can get familiarized with the natural environment surrounding the camp, with the flora, fauna and the treasures of the Kis-Balaton, and guides them to the scene of the Hungarian youth novel, whose title is 'Tüskevár'.


    The Holnapocska Public Benefit Non-profit Kft. promotes the developments, being realised within the 'GO IN NATURE' program, on online surfaces: on its own available websites, social media sites owned with project partners, in regional and national newspapers, tourism portals, radio shows, and exhibitions, domestic and Slovenian exhibitions. They hold a free presentation within the framework of a public day called "Mosolykert" in the campsite three times.


    Within the framework of the program, there will be four 6-day unpaid children's camps with the participation of 50 Slovenian and Hungarian children per camp, with full board and programs.



    An interactive educational environment at the camp of Holnapocska