Conference attendees may choose to stay on-site, by camping outdoors within the designated camping area, or book accommodation nearby as a Day Visitor. Keep scrolling down for info about both options.
What to bring:
- TICK REPELLANT (I.e Peaceful Sleep)
- Camping Chair
- Bible, and pen
- Eating Utensils
- Gas stove
- Warm Clothing
- Own bedding
- Personal Toiletries (Soap, shampoo and toilet paper)
The camping ground will be accessible for setting up tents from 14:00 on Thursday the 12th of March. Please do not leave any valuables in your tent overnight.
- No Fires will be allowed
- Fires only allowed in designated communal braai/bonfire area which will be clearly signposted
- No Alcohol will be allowed
- No Fire arms will be allowed
- No Drones
Toilets and Showers:
Temporary Showers and Toilets will be available (Bring own toilet paper). Cold water showers will be operational within specific hours. You are welcome to bring your own portable camping showers that can be erected at your campsite.
Food & Drinks:
There will be a Vendor area where you will be able to buy yourself take away food, coffee and cold drinks, however we recommend that you also bring your own food as per your needs.
Doctors and paramedics will be on standby during the whole weekend in the case of a medical emergency
There will be a separate parking area for the day visitors. Please remember to bring your own camping chair. Day visitors will be responsible for their own accommodation, however we have included a few links below which may be helpful.