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TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATION

The 2024 AAAT is hosted by Camphill Community Trust Botswana. Camphill Community Trust is a community located in the village of Otse in the Ramotswa District of Botswana.

Rankoromane School is a primary school and Motse Wa Badiri Training offers post-primary education and training. The community is located in an organic farm and also has a number of social enterprises. Rankoromane School provides primary school education for 60 children with learning difficulties and related disabilities aged between 5 – 14 years.

Motse Wa Badiri Training offers a four-year learning programme for people with learning difficulties or disabilities who are fourteen years or older. A transition support programme offers support to graduates in finding employment or other sustainable livelihood.

AAAT guests will be accommodated in the hostels catering for 2-4 people per room with shared bathrooms. The workshops will take place at the Camphill Conference Center and the classrooms of the school. For Eurythmy we will meet in the large Epiphany Hall.

Getting there

You can either fly in to Sir Seretse Khama International Airport, 10 kms north of the city of Gaborone, we can fetch you there for a fee of 20 USD. Or you can fly into OR Tambo in Johannesburg, South Africa, which is normally a cheaper destination. From here it is a 5 hour drive, which we can support you to arrange with others. If you arrive. by busy to Gabarone, you can take a local bus to Otse for roughly 2 USD. We will be sharing a detailed transfer guide for those who are joining us.

Where we will meet

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