17 Dec (Thu): Overnight Nature Camp on St. John’s Island for kids

St. John’s Island, off the southern coast of Singapore, still has natural seashore ecosystems and amazing biodiversity. Here the coastal forest grows to meet natural sandy beaches, rocky shore and mangrove forest, to coral reefs off-shore. Dolphins are regularly sighted from this little island.
Cicada Tree Eco Place is organising an overnight nature camp for parents and kids. Activities planned for participants include nature-guided day/night/land/seashore walks, islandlife workshop and a slide show on the biodiversity of our offshore islands.

Dates: 17-18 December 2015
Ferry boarding to St.John’s at 10.00am on 17 Dec.
Ferry boarding at 10.45am, back in Singapore at 12.30pm on 18 Dec.

Accommodation:
Simple dormitory with single beds, communal toilets and bathrooms. Blankets and fresh sheets provided.

Meals:
To be self-catered. We will cook a simple pasta dish for dinner for all. Facilities at the dormitory include a kitchen and fridge, so you can cook instant noodles and store foodstuff.

Cost per adult: $100
Cost per kid 6 to 12 yrs old: $80
Kids 5 yrs and below: $15 each.
Payments are non-refundable but seats are transferable.

Please note:
-This camp is limited to only 40 participants.
-All participants will need to sign an indemnity form.
-There is no clinic, doctor or medic stationed on the island but quick evacuation is available in case of emergencies. It is a 20 min speedboat ride back to the mainland.
-The program, further details and instructions will be provided to confirmed participants.
-Payments are non-refundable but seats are transferable.

Registration: pls email Celine Low at contact@cicadatree.org.sg with names of participants, kids' ages and your mobile no.

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