We make sure that all our food is nutritious and tasty. Not a single meal is repeated during the 6 day camp. The menu is designed in such a way that your child will enjoy most of the meals if not all.
One question we always ask the parents; would you like your child to open their own Tiffin boxes and enjoy their own food in front of other 50 campers? This would set a bad example for your own child and for the other campers who maybe are also missing their home food.
In our years of experience we have also noticed that kids bring a lot of junk-food which we strongly discourage because horse riding is a high intensity sport which needs lot of energy. Junk-food kills their appetite and they do not eat their meals which results in fatigue and a bad ‘Horse Riding Camp’ experience. If we find any kid with such food, we’ll make sure that all of it goes to Mini The Pig!
To satisfy their cravings, every evening we do give finger food like Smilies, Fries, Mini-pizzas, Chicken Nuggets, Maggie etc. which they can buy and you can settle the bills when you come on the last day for the display.