Camp rules
pravila

The camp Modrave are a spiritual-recreational camp for the youth with three bearing elements: spirituality, work and recreation. The participants are expected to actively be involved in all three elements of the camp’s programme.

The spiritual component: morning prayer, daily everyday Holly Mass, spiritual note and the evening group work.

The work component: cca. 2 hours of physical work (cleaning the field and the tent village, helping in the kitchen, etc.)

The recreational-fun component: socializing, swimming, sports, various games and quizzes, the evening entertainment programme etc.

Only by the personal involvement of the participants does the offered camp programme gain a soul.

1. BASIC RULES
a) The camp is designed for participants between the ages of 18 and 27!!!
b) The camp rules of order are made to protect the interest of all of the guests in the camp (below: campers).
c) These rules proscribe the behavioural obligations of the campers in using the commodities of the accommodation in the camp, as well as the manner of using the equipment and resources in the camp.
d) Upon arriving onto the camp, the campers are required to familiarize themselves with the rules of the camp "Modrave”.

2. USING THE CAMPING SPACE
a) Camping is permitted only in the tents that are set up prior to the arrival of the campers.
b) Placed within the camp are tents for the camp leader, priests, animators and special tents for boys and girls which are divided by sex. Apart from the animators, the boys and girls SLEEP IN SEPARATE TENTS!
c) It is forbidden to change the place of camping wilfully (sleeping on the pontoon is prohibited).
d) Prior to leaving the camp the camper is required to tidy up and put in order the place where he or she has been camping.

3. THE USE OF TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
a) Campers are not allowed to use electronic devices, various tools and cooling equipment without the permission of the camp leader. They are obligated to use any devices and tools properly and for the purpose for which they are intended.
b) The use of electronic and other devices not standardized for camping use is prohibited.
c) Dishwashing is done in the sea without the use of dishwashing liquid, while laundry is washed in the pre-designated areas.
d) Sinks, showers and toilets must be used in a correct manner in accordance with the purpose for which they were designed, keeping in mind that they are sanitary devices for the common use of all of the campers.
e) Plugging in an out of the generator for electrical power supply is performed by the authorized person in the camp only.

4. TAKING CARE OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS AND RESPONSIBILITY FOR INJURIES IN THE CAMP
a) Campers are required to look after their own belongings and items in the camp.
b) The camp management takes no responsibility for any missing or damaged items in the possession of the campers, nor for accidents and injuries in the camp resulting from personal negligence of the campers.

5. ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION IN THE CAMP
a) Campers are required to maintain order and cleanliness in the area where they camp.
b) For any solid waste the campers are obligated to use the waste bins which are on their disposal in the camp.
c) It is forbidden to leave or throw away any solid waste outside of the bins intended for that purpose.
d) Campers are obligated to take care of the plantations and vegetation in the camp.
e) It is forbidden to break branches and damage and cut down trees.
f) It is forbidden to throw garbage and cigarette buds into the sea.

6. PUBLIC ORDER IN THE CAMP
a) Campers are required to respect the public order in the camp.
b) The night quiet time in the camp lasts from 00.00 to 07.30.
c) Arriving late to activities and any spiritual programme organized for the campers is strictly forbidden.
d) It is forbidden to use radio and TV receivers, advertising and singing in a way that generates noise in the camp.

7. FIRE PROTECTION
a) Smoking in the camp is prohibited with the exception of smoking in the areas of set pontoons.
b) Lighting open fires and fireplaces is prohibited with the exception of standardized barbecues. In cases when there is an objective danger of a fire breakout, any and all lighting of open fires is prohibited.
c) In the case of a fire in the camp or in its near vicinity campers are obligated to respond to organized fire extinctions.
d) It is forbidden to bring easily flammable fuels, explosive devices, etc. into the camp.

8. OTHER RULES
a) It is forbidden to bring and consume alcohol inside the camp.
b) During the time in the camp it would be good to leave out "outbursts of love”, which are connected with the privacy of each individual person, because that is not the purpose of this camp.
c) The most important rule is as follows: "Listen to the animators and camp leaders and an unforgettable time and rest are assured!”
d) Complaints about the functioning of the camp, animators or leaders can be written into the book of complaints which is kept by the camp leader.

9. THE CONSEQUENCES OF NON-COMPLIANCE WITH RULES OF ORDER IN THE CAMP
a) The camper is obligated to follow all of the regulations of these Rules of order in the camp.
b) If a breach of bans of the Rules of order is established, the camp management can discontinue the stay in the camp for the camper who does not respect the ban.
c) In the cases of camp property damage, the camper is obligated to pay the compensation for the created damage.