Staff: Camp Director - Camp Manager - Activity Guides - Counselors
Camp Director: Samouris Romanos
A graduate in tourism business management, mountain guide, river guide, nature lover, and organizational and communication skills, he has passed through all levels of camp management. He has extensive experience in the field of camping, with considerable knowledge of the environment and an appetite to pass on to children a respect for nature. He oversees the camp program and has overall responsibility for its smooth running.
Program Manager & Child Psychologist: Rafaela Theofili
Graduated from the Psychology department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and works as a psychologist and outdoor activity guide. Has completed the climbing school of the Hellenic Mountaineering & Climbing Federation and the Outdoor Activities Guides School of the Education & Lifelong Learning Center of the University of Thessaly. Her relationship with Trekking Hellas camps starts from a very young age, while she has been working in this area for several years, having now taken over the overall organization of the camp's activity program. Both the subject of studies and many years of experience make her work with children and teenagers effective.
Camp doctor: takes care of the health of the campers, provides First Aid, and deals with emergencies. He/she is present at the camp from the first day of operation until the end of the camping season. The camp doctor is solely responsible for the campers' participation or non-participation in activities for medical reasons.
Activity Guides: Activity Guides are trained and experienced guides, certified in outdoor activities such as climbing, rafting, and mountaineering and are responsible for coordinating and supervising respective outdoor activities. They are also First Aiders.
Counselor: Leads his group, guides, helps, inspires & protects. Aims to be close to the kids, get to know them, and support them in every way possible. All counselors have been trained by the Pertouli Camp team in all aspects of camp life, completing a course that includes theoretical and practical guidelines. They are also First Aiders.