General Information

The 19th Meeting of the Society for Natural Immunity (SNI) will be held in Bonita Springs, Florida, USA. Bonita Springs is a city in southwest Florida. It’s known for its Gulf Coast beaches and parks, including secluded Little Hickory Island Beach Park and Bonita Beach Park, with its sand dunes. Nearby, to the north, is Lovers Key State Park, a popular swimming and kayaking spot. Made up of 4 barrier islands, the park is home to manatees and dolphins. Everglades Wonder Gardens features orchids, parrots and reptiles.



The currency used in the USA is the Dollar (USD). There are ATMs widely available for cash withdrawal. Credit cards are also accepted at most hotels, restaurants and shops.



The standard electrical voltage in the USA is 120 Volts and 60 Hertz.



The official language of the 19th Meeting of the Society for Natural Immunity is English.


Time Zone

Bonita Springs, Florida is in the Eastern Daylight Time Zone (EDT), which is four hours behind of the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC-4).



While tipping is not mandatory in most of the United States, it is customary in many circumstances for service, especially at almost all sit-down restaurants which offer table service and many food servers depend on tips as an essential part of their wage.


Travel Arrangements

The closest international airport, Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW), is located 16 miles (26 km) northeast of the Hyatt Coconut Point in Bonita Springs.



The average taxi fare from the airport to Bonita Springs is approximately $40 before gratuity. The one-way trip takes 25-40 minutes. You can find taxis outside of baggage claim; if you are unable to locate the taxi area please use the information center personnel who will be able to direct you.



The 19th Meeting of the Society for Natural Immunity will be held at the Hyatt Coconut Point in Bonita Springs, FL.


Photography and Video recording

SNI is photographing and video recording portions of the Biennial Symposium. These photographs and video recordings, along with your name, may be used in SNI publications or on the SNI website. If you do not want your photo used, please inform the staff photographer or videographer at the time the photograph and video recording is taken.



The average temperature in May is between 87°F/30°C and 70°F/21°C.