We do our best to accommodate all reasonable dietary requests. If you have any dietary restrictions to note, please include the details and severity of your restrictions, intolerances and/or allergies on your Personal Information Form or speak directly to a Trip Consultant. The more detailed you are, the better (i.e. what does vegetarian or Kosher mean to you). While we need to know what you cannot eat, it is also very helpful to know what you CAN eat and LIKE to eat. Your Trip Leaders strive to accommodate all dietary restrictions, intolerances and allergies, but ultimately it is your responsibility to make informed choices regarding what you eat. Although we will make sure our restaurants, hotels and Camp Chefs are aware of your restrictions, we cannot guarantee that allergens may not have been introduced before or during preparation. Our restaurants and mobile kitchens do not have separate cooking areas to prepare allergen-free items or separate dining areas for guests with allergies or intolerances.

For your convenience, we’ve included more information about some of the most common allergies below.

Celiac or Gluten-Free

We often have guests with gluten-free diets and we do our best to provide gluten-free snacks and food items, such as trail mix, fruit, rice crackers and rice bread, etc. If you’re gluten-free and have snacks or snack bars that you prefer, please bring a few of your own. Be aware that when it comes to fresh or nonpackaged gluten-free food (such as fruit, cheeses, vegetables, meats, etc.), we cannot eliminate the possibility of cross-contamination.

Severe Peanut and/or Tree Nut Allergies

We sometimes have guests with severe nut allergies, and we do our best to provide nut-free snacks and food items, such as fruit and nut-free bars, served on a separate nut-free table. Be aware we normally serve peanuts, mixed nuts and/or peanut butter on our primary snack table, and therefore cannot eliminate the possibility of cross contamination. If you have a nut allergy and have specific snacks or snack bars that you prefer, please bring a few of your own.

Severe Dietary Allergies

Please note that while we have first-aid kits on hand, we do not stock insulin or EpiPens (epinephrine auto-injectors), and Trip Leaders do not administer medical injections. Please be sure to bring any and all medications you may require to stay healthy on your trip.

Kosher Meals

Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that Kosher Meal requests will be met. We don’t select ingredients for the restaurants where we eat, and we cannot shop for picnic ingredients with any certainty regarding availability of Kosher ingredients.