A beautiful day for Whitsunday…

Whitsunday with FarmCampsWhitsunday with FarmCamps

Fancy a quick getaway at the end of May with the family? Then Whitsunday is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of your free time.

Furthermore, May is often a beautiful month in The Netherlands with lovely weather – perfect for getting out and about on the farm and enjoying the local nature. 

Whitsunday 2018 falls on 20th and 21st of May.

Check out the availability of some tents. Which farm is your favorite?Check out the availability of some tents. Which farm is your favorite?

Whitsunday #1
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You sleep in a 6-Person Safari Tent
Arrival date: Friday 18 may 2018
Duration of stay:Short Whitsun Weekend (Fri.-Mon.)
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Whitsunday #2
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You sleep in a 6-Person Lodge Tent
Arrival date: Friday 18 may 2018
Duration of stay:Short Whitsun Weekend (Fri.-Mon.)
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Whitsunday #3
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You sleep in a 6-Person Lodge Tent
Arrival date: Friday 18 may 2018
Duration of stay:Short Whitsun Weekend (Fri.-Mon.)
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Whitsunday #4
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You sleep in a 4-Person Safari Tent
Arrival date: Friday 18 may 2018
Duration of stay:Short Whitsun Weekend (Fri.-Mon.)
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Whitsunday #5
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You sleep in a 6-Person Barn Tent
Arrival date: Friday 18 may 2018
Duration of stay:Short Whitsun Weekend (Fri.-Mon.)
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Whitsunday #6
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You sleep in a 4-Person Safari Tent
Arrival date: Friday 18 may 2018
Duration of stay:Short Whitsun Weekend (Fri.-Mon.)
Book direct
Whitsunday #7
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You sleep in a 6-Person Safari Tent
Arrival date: Friday 18 may 2018
Duration of stay:Short Whitsun Weekend (Fri.-Mon.)
Book direct
Whitsunday #8
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You sleep in a 6-Person Lodge Tent
Arrival date: Friday 18 may 2018
Duration of stay:Short Whitsun Weekend (Fri.-Mon.)
Book direct
Whitsunday #9
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You sleep in a 6-Person Barn Tent
Arrival date: Friday 18 may 2018
Duration of stay:Short Whitsun Weekend (Fri.-Mon.)
Book direct

What is Whitsunday?What is Whitsunday?

The Christian holiday of Pentecost is derived from the Greek word Pentekoste which means 50 and therefore marks the 50th day since Easter Sunday. Pentecost originally arose from the Jewish Feast of Weeks, in memory of a time when God gave the 10 commandments to Moses. Christians found this similar to the descent of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles and therefore the Christian Church adopted it.

The feast is also called White Sunday, or "Whitsunday", especially in the United Kingdom, where traditionally the next day, Whit Monday, is also a public holiday.

Browse through our selection of available tents. Which farm will you choose?