Eilat Camp FAQ
The most commonly asked questions on our camp.
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Israel is one of the safest countries in the world! Our local crime rates are among the world’s lowest, and the prevalence of terror attacks on Israeli soil are near negligible. Eilat, the southern tourist city our camp is run out of is extremely safe – and disconnected from any potentially conflict-ridden zone.
Absolutely! The camp focuses on fighting and self-defense – in all its forms. People who practice other martial arts can attend the camp and learn a ton; our camp is the ideal enrichment program for anyone who dabbles in the martial arts.
No. We start off as a team and complete the program as a team.
Camp participants receive a certificate stating that they have “Completed an XFighting camp” at the end of the program, provided that they have met XFighting’s standards and criteri physical, behavioral and moral, which all members of our community are required to uphold.
The camp is highly intensive, but you don’t need to be in outstanding physical shape. If you regularly train in the martial arts and are in good health, this is the camp for you.
We will do everything in our power to keep you from quitting – by leveraging the power of our community. We start as a group and end as a group. That being said, we will never force anyone to remain in the program.
Certainly! Eilat is the ultimate vacation city. We will be staying at a central hotel within walking distance of the sea, shopping centers and attractions. The hotel has its own, pampering pool, a variety of water sport options and plenty of kid-friendly attractions. You can bring along people who will not be taking part in the camp and pay a discounted rate for their accommodations, as detailed in the Packages section. Take into account that your guests (non-participants) cannot visit the training centers.
For more details, click here Packages.
Once you’ve signed up to take part in the camp, you will receive an e-mail with exact details on what you should bring with. You will also be able to freely communicate with Adi, our Community Manager, who will happily answer your every question.
You can cancel your registration and have your registration fee returned up until three weeks before the camp begins – 13.10.19.
You can choose from a single-room, double-room or three-person-room package, and will be charged accordingly. If you want to room with someone specific, just let Adi, our Community Manager know, and she’ll make the necessary arrangements. If you don’t know anyone else participating in the camp, we’ll randomly assign you to bunk with another participant.
Hot and sunny throughout most of the year. In November, the weather will be warm and pleasant during the day, and slightly cooler at night.
The camp begins on Sunday at 2 PM. We will meet at the hotel. You can fly directly to Eilat (Ramon Airport) from Europe, and hail a cab or take a shuttle bus straight to the hotel. Participants landing in Tel Aviv can board an Xfighting minibus from Tel Aviv to the hotel on Sunday morning at 9 AM. All travel plans will be coordinated between you and Adi, out Community Manager, following your registration.
Our camp program culminates in the Dead Sea region, near Masada. Once the program is officially over, you have three choices:
1. Stay in the Dead Sea – It’s a great gem of a tourist spot. There will be an organized bus.
2. Head back to Eilat – Our bus will travel via Ramon Airport
3. Head to Tel Aviv – Our bus will travel via Ben Gurion International Airport
Yes. You must be at least 16 years old to take part in the camp.
Yes, the training camp is an accelerated program that enables us to acquire techniques and additional capabilities in order to feel safer and better defend ourselves. That being said, the training process beings with the trainee taking full responsibility for their learning – progress is achieved on an individual basis, depending on the trainee’s investment in the program.
Of course. XFighting’s goal is to create a professional, international community that enables you to receive ongoing support and guidance throughout the year. We also run other training camps and seminars throughout the year and around the world.
We view Krav Maga as a lifestyle that can influence every possible field of life. As such, we will teach you a wide variety of physical and mental tools to help you cope with various life challenges, such as stress, uncertainty, etc.
Absolutely. Krav Maga does not discriminate based on gender. Everyone should know how to defend themselves, much like in reality. At XFighting, we believe that everyone is capable, and everyone trains together.
We believe that Krav Maga is a way of life that focuses on our sense of safety, confidence and capability in all aspects of personal and social life. As such, despite there being a great emphasis on training in physical techniques, the camp also contains several mental and experiential training sessions that enable you to acquire other tools needed to overcome life challenges.