FAQ

Catering

There will be catering on site with healthy warm or cold vegetarian meals and drinks provided by two different providers, plus a tea tent that serves cakes and snacks. Food filled with nutrients and love. There are very few shops nearby so please bring all the supplies if you don’t want buy food from these.

We request that if possible, bring your own plates, bowls, cutlery and cups so we can minimise environmental waste but we might have some spares if you need.

For those wishing to make food for themselves we cannot provide a kitchen so bring camping stoves or we can make a cooking fire for you. There will be a sink for washing up near the showers.

Note: Our food stalls plan to come late on Thursday and stay with us until Monday

Alcohol

We do not sell alcohol at this event, we prefer to connect on a higher vibrational level. If people wish to drink then please do it moderately and outside of the venue space

Water

There will be full tank of drinking water + there is a spring, it is slow, but clean and tasty.

Accomodation

Camping

Camping is for free in the field or some people prefer the forest which is also possible as long as respect for nature is given.

Camper vans

The field will be free to use, better to park along the fence and nearer to the exit then if it rains we can tow/push you off damaging less grass

Wooden huts

Small wooden huts are available for 400CZK per person for the whole event (from Thursday until Monday), they are very basic and must be pre-paid for and you must bring own sleeping bag and pillow. At the end of September they can sometimes be a little cold so bring plenty of layers.

Tickets here – goout.net/en/tickets/tribal-gathering-2020/mjdg

Dogs
We love dogs but the focus of this event is on healing so they can disturb people’s processes. We prefer that you don’t bring your dog but if you must then they are not allowed in the church, tents, eating/kitchen building. If they are quiet, don’t jump on people or fight with other dogs then they should be fine around the fire and in the camping field. There is a forest to walk them in.

Showers and toilets

There are toilets and hot food fired showers available.

Parking (is free)

Vehicles and campervans will be parked in the field beside the forest. Please do not bring a vehicle if you know it leaks oil as the field belongs to an organic farm.

What to bring

Bring Yoga mats and blankets – for activities and relaxing.

Don’t forget Warm clothes – we have fire but it will be the start of autumn so be prepared for anything.

Bring instruments – The camp fire will be waiting for you

Language & translations

This is a multi-lingual event. Please make us aware when you arrive or at the beginning of a workshop/session if you might need translations. We will find someone within in the group to assist as we want you to get the most benefit possible.

Photography

For promotional purposes we might take some photos. If you do not want your photo taken can you please make us aware of this and communicate that with any photographer you see.  Also if you plan to take photos please do it respectfully and ask the people in it beforehand. 


What is a Sweat Lodge?
Click here for more info and what to bring

What is a cacao ceremony?

Cacao is known as a great heart opener and so a perfect way to bring us together for a weekend with greater connection. (not to mention all the wonderful health effects) The drink itself is 100% pure ceremonial grade, ethically harvested from the Amazon. The ceremony will begin by filling your cup and offering sweeteners to those who don’t like the bitter taste and then we will state intentions or something you are calling in and followed by drinking the cacao and then a journey of song and dance.


The ceremony is free, cacao is optional. You can buy a ticket for the cacao upon arrival, but we may have extra for sale on the spot.

TRAVEL
We have a spreadsheet where people can offer or ask for rides to the event
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1KUSC62qP928f14mN25xF7UWtbqsEd7pPQIrOaS0CniE/edit?fbclid=IwAR2rn9UlWOKIxihHDskrbW5riq7qS0H29mZFontNg8KeV2JfKzzMAM_JPuk#gid=0

BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
It’s not the easiest place to get to but that’s part of it’s magic.
For buses and trains search here https://idos.idnes.cz/

TRAINS
Mezimesti has a train station (and it’s possible to walk through the forest and fields for one hour to soul kostel, see mapycz app for paths), there are also stops at Bohdasin and Brezova U Broumova

BUSES
Vernerovice has a bus station, you would normally go via Nachod or Bromouv


Finally and most importantly – we ask you to bring warm hearts and open minds x