WE PROVIDE ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CAMPS THAT EXCITE, ENRICH AND CHANGE THE LIVES OF CAPE TOWN’S CHILDREN.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

“I want to say thank you for the most educational and adventurous weekend. The best part of the camp was meeting Buddy the snake” – Leigh, Perivale Primary School

OUR UNIQUE CAMP SITES:

FALSE BAY ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTRE

ZEEKOEVLEI ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTRE

THE ISLAND CAMPSITE

BOKBAAI SEASIDE CAMP

Outdoor camps that EXCITE, ENRICH and CHANGE THE LIVES of CAPE TOWN’S CHILDREN

EXPERIENCE LIVES CHANGING
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EVENTS

PRINCESS VLEI – FLIGHT OF DREAMS

Date: 23 September 2017
Time: 2pm – 6pm
Location: The parade will leave the Calvyn Protestant Church in 3rd Ave at 2pm and walk down to the vlei. The concert will kick off at 3pm.

Join us for the Fabulously Fantastic Flight of Dreams Parade and Concert! This wacky event is held each year to honour the amazing birds and other wildlife at Princess Vlei, and to showcase the astounding talent of our youth.
This year is even bigger and better with a concert at the Vlei after the parade.

For more details, see the event on Facebook.

ECO FUN DAY

Date: 30 September 2017
Time: 10am to 2pm
Location: Navy sports field, Glen Road, Welcome Glen

The City of Cape Town invites schools, children and families to join in the Eco Fun Day!

There will be live shows, kids entertainment and interactive exhibitions.

  • Snake Show
  • Dog show
  • Fire Safety Demonstration
  • Jumping Castle and Games
  • And more!

For more information, have a look at the invitation here.

AFRICAN PENGUIN AWARENESS DAY

Date: 7 October 2017
Time: Penguin Release at 10am at Seaforth Beach. Festival starts at 11am.
Location: Navy Sports Grounds, Simon’s Town

The Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds (SANCCOB) will host its 15th annual Penguin Festival in Simon’s Town on Saturday, 7 October, in collaboration with SANParks (Table Mountain National Park) to celebrate African Penguin Awareness Day. (See poster here)

This special day is dedicated to raising worldwide awareness about the plight of the endangered African penguin, the only penguin endemic to the African continent. The event is jam-packed to appeal to everyone from kids and foodies to birders and conservationists. The event will kick-off at 10h00 on Seaforth Beach with a release of African penguins – rehabilitated at SANCCOB and ready to return to the wild. Witnessing the release of penguins back to the wild is heart-warming and an exclusive opportunity for festival guests. What’s even more rewarding is to know that support at the festival will contribute to SANCCOB’s continued work to rehabilitate and release seabirds.

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