Learn English at Camel’s Hump Guest Ranch
Welcome! You have just discovered the most unique language school there is! If you want a “Super Natural, British Columbia” experience, while learning English at the same time, you have come to the right place!
Canada, known for it’s intense, vast and unrivaled beauty – is everything you’ve heard about and more!
You will be swept away by dramatic landscapes, towering mountains and stately trees that stand guard over unspoiled, tranquil areas, untouched by human activities. A glimpse of a bear, cougar, moose or deer is all too possible in this majestic oasis. Yes, Canada is everything you’ve imagined and more than you’d hoped!
Camel’s Hump Guest Ranch is situated in the middle of British Columbia on a pristine, 114 acre spread and offers guests ALL that Canada can offer a ranch holiday.
The ranch operates from April to the end of September and all stays are a minimum of one month and are all inclusive, excluding air tranportation. (you will never want to leave!)
Your hosts, Brigitte and Urs Salzmann immigrated from Switzerland to Canada in 1995.(with their children Tamara and Jessica). They found the perfect piece of land in Lumby, BC and built it into a spectacular, wilderness retreat. Their goal is to provide guests with an unforgettable and spectacular learning experience. The warmth of home abounds as guests are made to feel a part of the family. They are completely adopted into their hosts home and lives.
As well as learning english in the school, guests take part in many outdoor activities and field trips, making this a complete learning/holiday experience. A small amount of their day is spent helping with farm chores.
To Summarize, Camel’s Hump offers:
- Integration into host family – 24 hour attention available
- A total ranch experience
- English school on ranch
- Diverse activities
- Learn Canadian culture
- Field trips to attractions and events
- Airport pick-up and drop-off from Kelowna
If this sounds like the opportunity of a lifetime, click HERE to contact us.
Brigitte und Urs Salzmann