African Marine Mammal Colloquium hosted at DICT
April 23, 2012 by dyertrust
The AMMC will be co-hosted by the University of Pretoria's Mammal Research Institute and the Dyer Island Conservation Trust . It will be structured as part workshop, part conference with all meals provided communally as part of the event in order to maximise opportunities for networking.
Accommodation will be shared with your fellow delegates in holiday homes close to the venue.
Programme outline (21-25 May 2012):
21st: 16h00 19h00 registration
19h30 icebreaker function
22nd 24th:Morning presentations; Afternoon workshops and meetings
24th: Closing dinner and music evening
25th: Farewell breakfast; any final meetings
The Great White House, Kleinbaai, Western Cape, South Africa
This picturesque fishing village outside Gansbaai, lies roughly 300km south east of Cape Town at the beginning of the Cape's Garden Route. The area is famous for its resident population of great white sharks and is also home to southern right whales, African penguins and Cape fur seals.
This locality will provide attendees with an isolated, quiet environment in which meals, accommodation and scientific needs can all be accommodated under one organisational umbrella, whilst keeping costs to a minimum.
Kleinbaai is approximately 3 hours drive from the Cape Town city centre and International Airport. Shuttle services from Cape Town to Kleinbaai will be available at extra cost to those without their own transport. We encourage the Cape Town locals to provide and share transport if at all possible.
Early registration (closes 31 March) R2 300
Standard registration (closes 30 April) - R2 800
Late registration (closes 10 May) - R3 500
On site registration R4 000
Accommodation & evening meals for your spouse/partner - R1 500
Accommodation (4 nights), all meals and meeting costs
Transport from Cape Town city or international airport
Lunch and dinner beverages (cash bar available)