Kids Coastal Foraging Workshop
A coastal foraging adventure exploring marine life in the wild and pristine shores near Cape Point. Kids will learn to become aware of the signs of nature on an exploratory walk to the intertidal rockpools to greet the low tide. Here we will forage for shellfish and seaweed and then cook up a feast on the coals under the ancient Milkwoods. Stories, games and play will be followed by a marshmallows and hot chocolate. A wonderfully fun way to spend a morning!
What is included: A foraging adventure, snacks and lunch.
What age group: 4-14 years old
Please bring: All weather clothing, beach gear and a towel, a water bottle, sunhat and sunblock.
This workshop is led by teacher and co-founder of Call of the Wild Camp Rein Buyze and assistant.
Rein Buyze studied Steiner Waldorf education at the University of Plymouth, specialising in Outdoor Education. After working in Scotland and England, he moved to South Africa, where he helped establish Steiner schools in Hermanus, McGregor and Stellenbosch. Today Rein designs and leads outdoor adventure camps and programmes throughout Southern Africa. He is a qualified Wilderness First Aider and has facilitated over a hundred camps. With his vast experience and infectious love of nature, he creates a unique camp experience and brings much joy and value to children and adults alike.
Please note: This is a drop and go event, this workshop is only for children!
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