Organization, Facilities and Shops

31st March 2016

We bring a short information about the organization of the upcoming Intercamp 2016 and about facilities and shops that will be at the campsite.


  • The official language of the event is English and the group leader has to speak it on communication level.
  • You can pay only in EUR or CZK.
  • All non-Czech participants, ISTs and group leaders must have a travel insurance covering medical expenses. Your usual insurance doesn’t have to be sufficient and costs of medical examination are high in the Czech Republic. Organizers of IC2016 will not pay costs of medical examinations for non-Czech participants, ISTs or group leaders.
  • We ask all groups to have a number of tents adequate to the number of their participants.
  • We recommend to have a uniform for the opening and closing ceremonies.
  • Participants using PMR walkie-talkies can tune channels 2 and 7 that are designated for them.


  • Electricity will not be provided for groups during the event.
  • There will be separate showers with given operating hours available at the campsite. Participants and their leaders can use them for the fee of 1€/27 CZK per shower. The organizer reserves the right to restrict the use of showers

Shops at IC2016shop front colour

  • Scout Shops (8 AM – 11 PM)
    • Jun
    • Polish Shop
    • ScoutShop – NL
  • Food stand (6:30 AM – 11 PM)
    • fresh bakery
    • drinks
    • basic food
    • wafers, crackers
  • SuperHero Bistro (8 AM – 11 PM)
  • Teashop (8 AM – 11 PM)



Individual entities (mainly shops) may shorten their opening hours.



Who am I in the civil life? That isn’t a simple question and considering how I hate it myself, I am surprised I gave it to my Intercamp colleagues and consequently to myself. Firstly, I try to be human. My life mission is to help people. One large group are people with some disability and another one are people looking for personal development. Simply – a therapist and a lecturer.

Why Scouts? Do you know Robert Fulgum, a very particular author? I would like to mention one of his many titles here: “All I Really need to Know I Learned in Kinderkarten.” In my age, kindergarten is old history but I would like to reformulate Fulghum’s title into a version applicable on my life: “Almost All I Would Never Come Across And Wouldn’t Be Able to Try And What Is Important For Life And Work I Learned in Scout.” So maybe for this reason.