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  1. Anthony

    Hi There,

    We are two Australian who are booked in and ready for our first Burning Man.

    We would love to join a group, however, with the exception of reading everything possible, don’t know how to join or what the process is, or even if it’s possible.

    Can you help?


    • You can research Theme Camps you might be interested in joining and reach out to see their requirements for contributions and if they have space or are taking “virgins.” Your own network is typically best for finding cool camps that are excited to welcome first-timers. It looks like there’s a regional Australia community that might be a good resource to reach out to My friends run camp Bang Bang and there are a lot of Australians so they might also be a good camp to reach out to

  2. Cyn

    FYI- you absolutely CAN NOT skydive INTO burning man.

    If you are a liscenced skydiver woth 200+ jumps you can register with Burning Sky- the skydiver camp. To skydive AT burning man you must drive in, through the gate, with all your gear and a ticket and can then (once you check in at camp with all your skydiving credentials and a valid in date FAA reserve card) take off from the burning man airport and then jump over burning man and land back at the event. Once you land, you can expect rangers to possibly ask for your ticket to make sure you are legitamitaly allows to be there. 🙂

    • The Blonde Abroad

      Hi Cyn, thank you for the comment! I’ve updated the post—I missed that part when chatting with the folks that did it!


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