With one day of the Camp reserved for the Life Action Game, two full days remain for a range of interesting activities. The activities are all instruments for Rovers and Rangers to meet and interact. There will be four large activity fields, each to visit voluntarily during a morning or afternoon. The activity fields will be based on a walk-in principle, apart from specific activities that participants need to sign up for.
Sailing Dutch waters
The Netherlands is a country rich of water, with the majority of people living below sea level. As a result, the Dutch culture is very well rooted in the use of surface water in daily life. As a result, numerous local scout groups have Sea Scout sections with a total fleet of over 1.000 vessels, such as the Lelyvlet sailing boat and group barges. Based on the successes of the World Jamboree in 1995, we aim to bring the participating Rovers aboard at least once. Either in the Path or the Camp stage, sailing the waters will be a key experience for everyone.
One of the activity fields will host the RoverAcademy. The Academy is a place for learning and interaction. Rovers and Rangers can take the stage and prominent speakers will give Tedx-style lectures on themes linked to the programme objectives and selected by the participants.
Positive experiences from previous Roverways encouraged us to keep the winning formula. On a Rover Boulevard, several cafés will be present, such as a Rainbow Café. Contingents who wish to contribute a venue or café to the Boulevard are welcome, as long as the activities target the participants.