Taught by a real-life former soldier in the Israeli Defense Force, you'll leave knowing how to handle an assault rifle, fire a weapon out of a moving car, take a dude down using Krav Maga, and, most importantly, kidnap people. This restored, '70s-styled, tech-free site brings the nostalgia strong in the form of a communal cafeteria (with locally sourced and organic meals, of course) and separate cabins for men and women. sneaking into personal tents is Not only will you spend four to seven days alternately shredding waves and building your very own eco-friendly cedar surfboard, but you'll be in Maine, which in the Summer is worth the price of admission. This three-day camp at the US Space & Rocket Center trains you like a real astronaut, complete with interactive space missions.Because you've always felt like your rock star sensibilities are going to waste in Accounting, see what could have been by rocking out alongside The Who’s Roger Daltry and Aerosmith’s Brad Whitford; both of whom will help you write and record your very own hit in a professional recording studio… You’ll be building and launching model rockets, defying gravity in Multi-Axis simulators, and testing your mettle on 40ft climbing walls.Now, thanks to a new wave of adult camps, you can spend your hard-earned vacation days eating in a mess hall, shooting a crossbow, or just sneaking out of the dudes' cabin on a late-night panty raid. Either way, here are nine camps you should know about.
Just don’t tell anyone that the "roughing it" part involves a luxury safari tent.
For either two or four days at a “secret location” somewhere in Miami, you'll become a member of an elite Israeli counter terrorism unit.
" #5) LES VOYAGEURS, MINNESOTA, USA - If you've ever had a yen to become an early French explorer in America, now you can!
A company called Concordia Language Villages will take you on a week-long canoe trip into the remote wilds of northern Minnesota, called Les Voyageurs, to travel in the footsteps of the early French explorers.
And - although the original Roman gladiators didn't get to train at the posh Cavalieri Hotel, and it took them more than one day to learn - you'll be learning from masters just as they did.
You'll be outfitted in combat regalia, wielding authentic reproductions of Roman weapons, and you'll be taught how to parry and thrust by experts.
And prefect, especially, for walking and kayaking expeditions and training.
Here, you can almost hear the legends and lore of this ancient, mysterious country, with its craggy Highlands and fog-shrouded moors and thousand-year-old castles overlooking lochs, and its North Atlantic winds where the echoes of bagpipes and Braveheart and Rob Roy still reverberate loudly.
But this company allows you to experience the history of Mongolia's most famous export - the feared Emperor Genghis Khan.