Lecture & Tour

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Cultural Exchanges

We offer authentic American camps that are open to different ideas and culture. Children from many other countries always interact with American children.

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Fun Activities

We designed many fun activities, including rock climbing, outdoor cooking,archery, rowing boat and swimming.

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Full-immersion Enviornment

At night times, there are often performance on stage, including stand-up comedy, singing, and dancing! Anyone can sign up and join!

Summer/Winter Camps

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Lecture & Tour offers the most interactive activity you can experience in the United States. Find out how the authentic American camping experience could change your life.

Long Island Boy Scout Camp

Age 10-17

Activities

Day 1

Boston's historic center

A tour of Boston's historic center. The notable stops include Quincy Market, Freedom Trail, Prudential Center, and Trinity Church. Students will learn about the history of the American Revolution through exploration.

Day 2

Harvard University

Tour of Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Visit the Harvard Museum of Natural History, Harvard Art Museums, and the MIT Museum.

Day 3

Library and Museum

Tour of the United States Navy Submarine Force Library and Museum and USS Nautilus in Groton, Connecticut. Sightseeing in Yale University and interaction with Yale students.

Location

Boston, Massachusetts

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Groton, Connecticut and New Haven, Connecticut

Day 4

Hudson Valley

Tour of the beautiful Hudson Valley and Bear Mountain. Visit the famous United States Military Academy in West Point.

Day 5

Columbia University

Shopping in Woodbury Outlets in the morning. After lunch, a tour of Columbia University, includes the South Lawn, Butley Library, Low Memorial Library, and Columbia Business School. A guided tour of nearby Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine

Day 6

Memorial & Museum

A tour of downtown Manhattan, includes Wall Street, the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, and a cruise around the Statue of Liberty. After lunch, students will be visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art

West Point, New York

New York, New York

New York, New York

Day 7

Boy Scout Camp

Boy Scout Camp Activities which include the lecture of American History and the lecture of American Boy Scouts. Hiking to the beach in the afternoon.

Day 8

Sports Activities

Rifle range, tomahawk throwing, archery

Day 9

Wall Climbing

Leather working, wall climbing, and bonfire party

Long Island, New York

Long Island, New York

Long Island, New York

Day 10

Downtown Tour

A tour of downtown Philadelphia, which includes historic Independence Hall, the Franklin Institute, and University of Pennsylvania

Day 11

National Monument

Visiting the birthplace of American National anthem- Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine and Baltimore’s inner harbor.

Day 12

National Mall Tour

A guided tour of the National Mall and nearby museums, including Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Martin Luther King Memorial. Museums include American History Museum, National Gallary of Art and Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Baltimore, Maryland

Washington, D.C

Day 13

Capitol Building

Visiting other monuments in Washington, includes the White House and an inside tour of the Capitol building.

Washington, D.C

Robotics and STEM Camp

Age 10-20

Activities

Day 1

Boston's historic center

A tour of Boston's historic center. The notable stops include Quincy Market, Freedom Trail, Prudential Center, and Trinity Church. Students will learn about the history of the American Revolution through exploration.

Day 2

Harvard University

Tour of Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Visit the Harvard Museum of Natural History, Harvard Art Museums, and the MIT Museum.

Day 3

Engineering Challenges

Students learn about Science and Engineering by using Lego Robotics, Solar Powered Robots, Rockets, and middle school level engineering challenges. They also learn many things in team-building and interpersonal skills.

Location

Boston, Massachusetts

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Worcester, Massachusetts

Day 4

Robotics Design

Teaming up with other students for Robotics design. Students explore the outer limits of their knowledge in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) with current laboratory techniques and exploring unsolved problems across a wide spectrum of disciplines.

Day 5

Robotics Competition

Final Robotics competition and a prize for the winner

Day 6

Library and Museum

Tour of the United States Navy Submarine Force Library and Museum and  USS Nautilus in Groton, Connecticut. Sightseeing in Yale University and interaction with Yale students.

Worcester, Massachusetts

Worcester, Massachusetts

Groton, Connecticut and New Haven, Connecticut

Day 7

Valley and Mountain

Tour of the beautiful Hudson Valley and Bear Mountain. Visit the famous United States Military Academy in West Point.

Day 8

Columbia University

Shopping in Woodbury Outlets in the morning. After lunch, a tour of Columbia University, includes the South Lawn, Butley Library, Low Memorial Library, and Columbia Business School. A guided tour of nearby Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine

Day 9

Downtown Tour

A tour of downtown Manhattan, includes Wall Street, the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, and a cruise around the Statue of Liberty. After lunch, students will be visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art

West Point, New York

New York, New York

New York, New York

Day 10

Philadelphia Tour

A tour of downtown Philadelphia, which includes historic Independence Hall, the Franklin Institute, and University of Pennsylvania

Day 11

National Monument

Visiting the birthplace of American National anthem- Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine and Baltimore’s inner harbor.

Day 12

National Mall Tour

A guided tour of the National Mall and nearby museums, including Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Martin Luther King Memorial. Museums include American History Museum, National Gallary of Art and Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Baltimore, Maryland

Washington, D.C

Day 13

Capitol Building

Visiting other monuments in Washington, includes the White House and an inside tour of the Capitol building.

Washington, D.C

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