For six years, Pali Overnight Adventures has been offering week-long specialty camps like Secret Agent Camp, where kids bone up on James Bond-type topics like stealth techniques, survival hikes and how to drive All Terrain Vehicles.
Head counselor Barry Vigon says Each kid picks an area of concentration, like a college major. They can also major in Hollywood Stunt Camp, Battle Robot Mania or Culinary Institute.
This year, kids can attend broadcast journalism camp and put on a nightly news broadcast; as well as classes in digital photography; fashion design; and spa and well-being where kids learn yoga, nutrition and get manicures and pedicures.
Finally, Vigon says the only mystery meat-like foods kids eat are at their Fear Factor events when they put chocolate pudding in a babys diaper and convince kids to eat it.
A weeks stay at the camp will set parents back $1435.
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