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 Join the team for a late evening walk to Ta’ Kaċċatura, where you will visit the remains of a Roman villa and Casa Ipolitto, an abandoned 17th century farmhouse. Afterwards you will head to the bronze age temple of Borġ in-Nadur and Għar Dalam Cave. Along the way participants will learn about the night fauna of the Maltese islands, such as bats and moths, while listening to sounds emitted by various crickets.

Refreshments, in the form of a light evening meal and breakfast, will be served.

Time: 19.00hrs (until Sunday morning at 08.00am)

Location : Ghar Dalam, Birzebbuga

TICKETS: €25 for adults / €21 for seniors, students, & children / €20 for HM members. Tickets available from all Heritage Malta sites & museums, and ONLINE

PLEASE NOTE:
- Comfortable shoes highly recommended (tour will involve a considerable amount of walking on rough terrain in the dark). 
- It will be possible to sleep either outside or inside the museum premises but all participants should bring along their own sleeping bag, mattress or small tent as well as a water bottle and a torchlight.

When attending this event please say you saw it mentioned on  www.maltababyandkids.com

 

 

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