FAMILY CAMP AT KIIDI FARM

FAMILY CAMP AT KIIDI FARM

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Land
Estland
Soort werk
Natuur
Projectduur
21 t/m 28 augustus
Sustainable Development Goals
3. Goede gezondheid, 11. Duurzame steden en gemeenschappen
Aantal deelnemers
24 (12 mannen en 12 vrouwen)

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Werk

Various works in the forest: cutting unwanted trees and bushes, burning old tree brunches and brushwood, preparing firewood for heating the farm; also, some odd jobs around the farm buildings as well as general household work. Most of the work will be outdoors. There can be also some light maintaining works indoors if weather is too rainy. The work will be usually 3-5 hours a day, the rest of the time will be spent to get acquainted with the area, its natural and historical sites as well as with local people. Local people will join the camp for work and leisure.

Accommodatie en maaltijden

In the farmhouse in 2-4-bedded rooms depending on the size of family. WC, shower, hot water, sauna is available. Hosts will prepare meals themselves, however, participants will be asked to help out in the kitchen.

Locatie en vrije tijd

LocationThe charm of Haanja Uplands in South Estonia lies in its lovely hilly landscape, winding roads and numerous lakes. Most of its ancient villages, special dialect, handicraft, and customs have been preserved until today. The whole area, called Vorumaa, is an area of outstanding beauty. It is famous for its diverse and very well-preserved nature. Untouched forests with wildlife, deep valleys, hills, 170 small lakes with extremely clean water and rivers with caves in the steep banks - you can find everything there. Kiidi Farm is situated 15 km south of Voru, capital of the County, which has a population of 15 000 people and lies about 250 km south-east of Tallinn, very close to the Latvian and Russian borders. The closest village to Kiidi Farm is Rouge (3km) with a population of less than 1000 people. More information about Estonia http://www.visitestonia.com; South-Estonia http://www.visitvoru.ee TerminalAirport, harbour, bus or train station in Tallinn; bus to Voru; transfer to Kiidi Farm. Bus from Tallinn to Voru takes about 4 hours, schedules are available on http://www.tpilet.ee Leisure timeThere are many possibilities for leisure time, especially for those who love nature: acquaintance with nature of the area, hiking, swimming, etc. Excursions to the numerous places of interest of the County of Voru, including visit to Haanja National Park with the Estonian highest point are planned. Volunteers will have a very good chance to get in close contact with the local people, experience local traditions and learn some customs i for instance like hot Estonian sauna

Vereisten

Special requirementsThe camp is open for families with their children, generally aged 5 to 13, however the kids age is flexible. Parents can come in pairs or alone. English is the camp language.Participation feeSince we do not receive any funds to support your participation in this camp neither from the state nor from private sponsors, you are asked to contribute towards cost of board, lodging, local transport, leisure time program, etc. The fee has to be paid by volunteers upon arrival to the camp to the host or to EstYES bank account before arrival, and it is 170 Euro for every adult and 130 Euro for every child.

Projectnaam

FAMILY CAMP AT KIIDI FARM

Projectcode

EST FAM 01

Land

Soort werk

Startdatum

21-8-2022

Einddatum

28-8-2022

Aantal vrijwilligers

24 (12 mannen en 12 vrouwen)

Leeftijd

5 t/m 88 jaar

Lokale bijdrage

€ 170

Taal

Doelgroep

Sustainable Development Goal

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Het inschrijfgeld voor dit project bedraagt € 295, exclusief € 50 studentenkorting.
Let op: naast het inschrijfgeld betaal je ter plekke nog een lokale bijdrage van € 170.

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