Kon Tiki Beaver Challenge Rules
Rules for Challengers
All Kon Tiki
teams who wish to win the overall Kon Tiki trophy must enter a Beaver Challenge
representative from each Base must report to the Beaver Challenge Desk at HQ
for a short briefing at 8h00 on Saturday. Any changes to the challenge will be
conveyed at this meeting.
Beaver Challenge will open on Saturday morning from 8h10 to 8h30.
apply to late registrations. Points for Beaver Challenge will go towards the
“Beaver Challenge Trophy” and the “Overall Winners Trophy”.
Form MUST have:
A name for your
activity and a detailed description of the activity.
A copy of the
rubber stamp(no bigger than 20mm x 20mm) used to indicate that a contestant has
visited your base. This stamp is to be used throughout the day so make sure
that it will not distort and that you have enough ink for the day. Stamps will
be on sale at the Beaver Challenge Desk. Freehand drawings will not be
The name and
contact number of the adult who will be at the activity all day.
advertise their activity by submitting an advert no bigger than A5 for display
on the Beaver Challenge Board at HQ. Penalties will be awarded for adverts
which are larger than this as space is limited.
Only one type of
activity may be run at a base. There may be 2 or more of the same activity
being run at the same time to prevent participants standing in long ques.
needs to be appropriate for children who fall into the 7 to 14 year age group.
The activity and
total time at the base should not exceed 5 minutes.
You must stamp
the contestant’s card once the activity has been completed. Although
contestants may complete your activity more than once you may only stamp his or
her card once.
The base must be
open on Saturday from 11h30 to 17h00. Early closure will impact the contestants
who are trying to achieve the Super Beaver Challenge.
Judging will take
place during the course of the day.
is final and no discussion will be entered into.
Rules for Contestants
Any member of the
Scout and Guide movement who falls into the 7 to 14 year age group may
a choice of 3 challenges to enter:
Cub and Brownie
Challenge (7-11 years) – 15 different Beaver Challenge Bases must be
completed in order to complete.
Scout and Guide
Challenge (11-14 years) – 30 different Beaver Challenge Bases must be
completed in order to complete this challenge.
Challenge (7-11 years) – providing that there are more than 40 different Beaver
Challenge Bases registered a contestant needs to complete 90% of all bases to
should register for the Beaver Challenge at HQ on Saturday from 9h00 onwards.
Once a contestant
feels that he or she has completed enough Beaver Challenge Bases to qualify for
completion of the challenge (as indicated above) he or she should report to the
Beaver Challenge Desk with the completed card and R5 to purchase a special Kon
Tiki Beaver Challenge Badge or Super Beaver Badge.
only present one card for one stamp once the activity at a Beaver Challenge
Base has been completed. Although contestants may complete the same activity
more than once, he or she only qualifies for one stamp. Badges will not be
issued if a card has duplicate stamps on it.
and badge purchasing need to be done by 16h30 on Saturday.
badges do run out and the Beaver Challenge Organisers cannot be held
responsible for stocks being depleted on the day.