ANIWA GATHERING 2020 TICKETS

 
 

PRICES WILL GO UP AS SOON!

ADDITIONAL DETAils below

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION COMING SOON

 

ACCOMMODATION DETAILS

ACCOMMODATIONS:

Camping: Bring your own tent, shared bathrooms and showers are available on site. Camping options are around the cabins, or around the lake. Please bring all of your own equipment. Charging stations are available in the dining hall.

Cabins: Small 6 person cabin with beds. Option of male only, female only or mixed cabins. Shared bathrooms and showers. Let us know if you are coming with friends and want to stay in the same cabin. Buying tickets together will be the best way to ensure this. Contact info@aniwa.co for bunking requests. Cabins come equipped with twin beds and basic linens. Please bring blankets and pillows and all things to keep yourself comfortable and warm. Not all cabins have electricity in them. Charging stations are available in the dining hall.

Glamping: Gorgeous bell tents decorated and set up with the option of queen of twin sized beds or both (for 2 or 3 people). Private hangout area and lounge with coffee and tea, private area bathrooms and showers. There will also be other exclusive perks and gift bags. Prices range from single to full tent under our Sponsor ticket options. Contact info@aniwa.co for any questions. Children are free if can fit in the bed.

Meals Included: All inclusive meals are included in all ticket types. Delicious vegetarian and vegan meals will be available for 3 meals per day.

On SITE OFFICE HOURS:

Daily 8am-10pm

WHAT TO BRING:

  • Camping supplies

  • Towel

  • Linens

  • Blanket and pillow

  • Natural insect repellant

  • Lantern and flashlight

  • Water Bottle

  • Rain gear

  • Bathing Suit

  • Closed toe shoes

There will be phone charging stations on site

CHILDREN

Children are free up to 3 years old. 3-13 year olds will have discounted rates. 14 and up please purchase an adult ticket.

Aniwa Kids Area By Original Kids open daily.

Original Kids is an educational organization that brings self-knowledge and conscious living programs to schools and educators. Born in Brazil in 2012 and in New York for over two years, they create learning experiences, spaces and tools for children and educators to develop self-awareness, improve mental wellbeing, develop a positive mindset and nurture a sense of purpose to contribute to the world.

Original Kids collaborates with a range of artists, scientists and educators, combining practices across the fields of psychology, neuroscience, mindfulness, sustainability and the arts. They currently lead an afterschool program with Columbia University's partner public school and have worked with the Blue School, Launch School, School of Wonder and Project Remember. Original Kids was selected as one of the winning ideas for the future of education at Teachers College EdTech contest and winner of a Social Impact venture award at The New School's Social Entrepreneurship competition.


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