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Recreation and leisure activities are an essential part of everyone’s life and the need for personal enjoyment does not differ to people with visual impairment. Therefore, there are plenty of activities available, in which our students can participate and definitely enjoy.

As part of our entertainment programs, students carry out visits to archaeological sites and museums, zoos and amusement parks. Additionally, there are entertaining and educational excursions, including visits to environmental centers and centers with sports activities or other outdoor activities (ski resorts, trekking, climbing, etc.).

Furthermore, students have the opportunity to watch football games or basketball games of their favorite teams, to go to cafes and restaurants, to attend theatrical and musical performances, always accompanied by carers and teachers.

Vision loss, should not limit the opportunities of the visually impaired. Vision loss is not equal to loss of creative expression and amusement!

Students with their teachers on a plane to Paris.
Students with their teachers on a plane to Paris

Students while palpating a statue of the Egyptian Sphinx in a museum.
Students while palpating a statue of the Egyptian Sphinx in a museum
Students getting ready for rafting
Students getting ready for rafting
Students rafting down a river.
Students rafting down a river
Student on an archery lesson.
Student on an archery lesson
Student on a climbing wall.
Student on a climbing wall
Students on an excursion.
Students on an excursion
Students on an excursion.
Students on an excursion
Students playing musical instruments while on an excursion
Students playing musical instruments while on an excursion
Students ice-skating in an ice rink.
Students ice-skating in an ice rink
Students in a skiing resort.
Students in a skiing resort