Please go to our Home Page

Wet Events with Fixed Dates

These events always happen on the same date every year so you can make long term plans.

1st January: New Year's Sea Swimming

Zaandfort, Holland.
A wild and frosty run into the sea. Many participants wear fancy dress.

Saltdean Beach near Brighton, England.
The Brighton Swim Team and others jump into the sea around high tide, weather permitting. Dress up warm.

12-15 April: Songkran - Thai New Year

The best venue is Chiang Mai, Nothern Thailand. The whole event goes officially from 1-18 April, with some regions going on a few days more. Most of the water throwing is between 12-15 April all over south-east Asia, like Burma, Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand as well as Yunnan in China.

Everybody gets soaking wet. What started with simply pouring water over friends and relatives as a goodwill blessing has become a major waterfest with throwing water over people by the bucket load. Great Fun.

17-24 June: Cavite Water Festival, Cavite, Philippines

The Annual Cavite City Water Festival is popularly known as REGADA and is just plain old fun. The festival’s moniker was derived from the Spanish word "regar" which means "to water" or "to sprinkle". Held every 17th to 24th of June, it is a week long celebration that is full of culture and religious significance. It coincides with the feast of Saint John the Baptist.

25th December: Xmas Sea Swim

Saltdean Beach near Brighton, England.
The Brighton Swim Team and others jump into the sea around high tide, weather permitting. Dress up warm. Look for the beach huts on the left side of the beach, towards the east.

wackywet.com Please go to our Home Page