Oihana Adventure Park courses are particularly aimed at children or young people: primary and secondary schools, leisure centres, local authority youth or sports’ associations and youth holiday camps.
Their educational value is both physical (learning how to move, keeping balance) and mental (reasoning, self-control) as well as discovering the natural forest environment.
This active leisure allows participants to develop their self-reliance, to try out new things, to be surrounded by nature and the great outdoors and… to discover new thrills.
These are principally contained in the decree of 20th June 2003, annexe XXII, defining the conditions of management supervision, organization and practice for aerial acrobatic activities in holiday camps and non-residential leisure centres.
Oihana Adventure Park is duly registered under law n° 84-610 of the 16th of July 1984 with the Ministry of Youth and Sport and Associations. Additionally it is subject to comply with the rules of care under section L221-1 of the Consumer Code.
The total number of supervisors responsible for monitoring activities of minors is defined according to their age.
Oihana Adventure Park requires that the holiday and leisure camps provide:
One supervisor for every 4 participants under 5 years old.
One supervisor for every 8 participants between the ages of 5 and 12.
One supervisor for every 12 participants between the ages of 12 and 18