HerbFest 2017: Bringing People and Plants Together
29th April – 2nd May, Monte Mariposa, Tavira, Portugal
Following the great success of HerbFest 2016 at Monte Mariposa in Portugal, we are happy to announce that we will be back at Monte Mariposa for HerbFest 2017! We are really excited as the confirmed line up of speakers for next year starts to grow – check the drop down ‘Speakers List’ page for more information.
We are thrilled to have Satish Kumar as our key note speaker but in our a stellar line up we have many more outstanding speakers!
Polly Higgins – Robin Harford – Michael McIntyre – Barbara Griggs – Zoe McIntyre – Sarah Edwards – Jen Gold – Tanya Moulding – Eleanor Gallia – Niki Lawrence – Dr John Woytowicz – Deb Soule – Jill Swyers – Fernanda Botelho – Ana de Azcarate – Peter Yeo – Maureen Roberts – Cat (Raiz d’Oliva) – Anne McIntyre
All prices included the full conference, three nights’ accommodation and all meals.
Log Cabins: £345 per person
Dorms: £325 per person
Camping: £300 per person
We can only sleep 75 people at Monte Mariposa so make sure that you book your place as soon as you can. Early Bird prices are valid until the end of November – or until the rooms are all booked up!
To book or for more information please call us on 01451 810096 or email email@example.com. Please note that payment must be made in full at the time of booking, this can be by card, cheque or bank transfer.
We look forward to seeing you in Portugal!
The HerbFest Team
Feedback from HerbFest 2016:
‘It was so well organised, yet very relaxed – just the right pace and tone – very uplifting and enlightening experience.’ Julie
‘What a great weekend at HerbFest in Monte Mariposa in Portugal. Fantastic speakers, I have met some new wonderful people and learned more about herbs and also about Portuguese and Spanish traditions and herbal teachings. Wow, what a worthwhile trip!’ Gemma
‘Oh my, what a wonderful wonderful place Monte Mariposa is! Thanks Annie & Beatriz and all who were involved in Herbfest this year….What a wonderful bunch of supportive, knowledgeable people! The location was out of this world with its wild Borage, Lavender, Wild carrot and oh so much more, the bees were deafening and the whole thing as you can tell has blown me away. That’s without mentioning the haunting and first class local Fado music which was the entertainment on Saturday eve. I take all of this away with me and have everything crossed that we can hold it again here next year. Anyone that didn’t manage to go, try for next year, you won’t regret it!’ Ashlie