Welcome to this site. As a user, it is important that you read these terms and conditions before you continue browsing.

FUERTE BOOTCAMP, being responsible for this website, undertakes to process the data of our users and customers securely and to comply with Spanish and European requirements regulating the collection and use of the personal data of our users.

This website therefore strictly complies with the Organic Law on the Protection of Personal Data (hereinafter LOPD) and any other law applicable, and to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons (hereinafter GDPR) and also Law No 34/2002 of 11 June relating to Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (hereinafter LSSICE).

  • Name: Augustin Kivunghe Kinda Mutamba
  • Company name: Fuerte Bootcamp
  • Address: Calle El Hierro 2, buzón 24, 35660 Corralejo, Las Palmas
  • Email:
  • Business: Organising sport and tourism activities

These General Terms and Conditions govern the use (including access) of the web pages forming the website of FUERTE BOOTCAMP, including the content and services made available on them. Persons accessing the website (“users”) agree to be subject to the General Terms and Conditions in force at any time. The term “user” is understood to mean any person who accesses, browses, uses or participates in the services and activities provided on the website.


The terms and conditions relating to privacy and data protection are given in our Privacy Policy.


The user is informed, and accepts, that access to this website in no way implies a commercial relationship with FUERTE BOOTCAMP. The user undertakes to use the website, its services and content without contravening the legislation in force, good faith or the generally accepted uses and public order. Likewise, they are prohibited from using the website for unlawful or damaging purposes against FUERTE BOOTCAMP, or any third party or which may in any way cause damage to or hinder the normal operation of the website.

The following are prohibited with regard to content (data, text, sound and/or image files, photographs, designs, etc):

  • Reproduction, distribution or modification of the content, unless the authorisation of the legitimate owners thereof has been given, or it is permitted by law.
  • Any infringement of the rights of the association or its legitimate owners in respect of the content.
  • Use of the content for any kind of commercial or advertising purpose, other than those strictly permitted.
  • Any attempt to obtain the content of the website by any means other than those made available to users or those habitually used on the network, provided that these do not cause any damage whatsoever to the FUERTE BOOTCAMP website.

When using the website the user undertakes not to do anything to damage the image, interests or rights of FUERTE BOOTCAMP, or those of third parties or which could in any way damage, render useless or overload the portal, or which could in any way prevent the normal use of the website.

However, the user must be aware that the security measures for IT systems on the internet are not completely trustworthy and therefore, FUERTE BOOTCAMP cannot guarantee the absence of malware or other elements that may cause changes to the IT systems (software and hardware) of the user or their electronic documents or files held on their computers, even though FUERTE BOOTCAMP may have employed all the necessary means and taken the appropriate security measures to prevent access by these damaging elements.


Personal data provided by the user to FUERTE BOOTCAMP may be stored in files owned exclusively by FUERTE BOOTCAMP. The latter shall employ all the technical, organisational and security measures to guarantee the confidentiality, integrity and quality of the data contained therein as laid down in current data protection legislation.

FUERTE BOOTCAMP uses a secure channel and the data transmitted are encrypted thanks to https protocols; therefore, we can guarantee the best security conditions to protect user confidentiality.