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We can't guarantee a
hot and rain free stay in Denmark.
The weather in Denmark can vary greatly Ė average August temperatures
are between 28 Celsius (day) and 5 Celsius (night). The monthly mean
temperature for August is 17 Celsius.
Go to the weather
How to dress in
the Danish summer
A light jacket and a
raincoat are recommended. Also you ought to bring some warmer clothes.
You should of course bring your summer clothes along including
Don't forget some
of the days you must walk in terrain the whole day.
Sleeping bag and
You must bring
sleeping mat and
etc. for use when you are not staying at a host family.
Voltage is 230 volts
all over. Be sure to bring the appropriate converter and adapter if
To phone to Denmark:
The Danish country code is +45.
international calls from Denmark dial:
00-country code-city code-telephone number.
Danish monetary standard, 1 krone = 100 Ýre.
1 Ä is app. 7.50
krone (abbreviated kr. or DKK).
and major credit cards (such as VISA, MasterCard, and Dinerís Club) are
generally accepted in public places. Automated teller machines (ATMís)
are widely available. Check with your bank to make sure that your ATM
card will operate in Denmark and also advise your credit card company
that you will be travelling abroad.
Standard tipping is
always included (taxi, restaurants, bars, hotels etc). Extra tipping is
appreciated; but not expected.
regarding food, official visits and tours are paid. You only need pocket
money for your personal needs, gifts etc. How much? Sufficient may be
between DKK 500 and 1,500 ( Ä 66 and 200).
We expect about 25
participants in the camp including some young Danes and long term
exchange students. The purpose of this camp is that you will all have
the possibility of getting to know each other and to make contacts,
therefore you will be one big group, unless the camp leaders make some
If you play an
instrument and can bring it with you then please do so.
during the Camp:
Chairman of the Camp
Torben Folmer Bech
8960 Randers SO