Courses and Programmes
Come on one of our seaside survival walks, where we take you on an adventure exploring the coastline and showing you the resources that are available, should you ever find yourself in a survival situation.
Terrifying, exhilarating, healthy and fun!
A great way to enjoy those dark winter nights.
Let us tailor an activity programme especially for you.
We've put together a special package just for families.
Choose option A or B and you're preferred location of either Shippool Woods in Inishannon, or Currabinny Woods near Ringaskiddy.
OPTION A: Nature awareness games, tree climbing and environmental art
OPTION B: Foraging for food, tracking animals, shelter building and campcraft (Making hot chocolate with a stove, or lighting a campfire)
Unwind and get back to nature with two fun filled days of learning how to survive in the Irish landscape.
This course will cover topics such as:
- finding food and clean water
- making shelter and keeping warm
- the uses of native trees, plants and wild flowers
- making fire and cooking techniques
- tracking animals, navigation, leave no trace, first aid and more!
If you feel like getting out in the mountains, going trekking along Ireland's waymarked ways or immersing yourself in nature on a camping trip, let us tailor make an expedition for you.
We specialise in running expeditions for adults, teenagers, tourists, corporate groups, charities, schools and youth organisations.
mountain quest as the highlight!"
Tribal team building develops great team work amongst participants, while teaching them how to survive in the Wild.
Through survival themed team building challenges, your team will discover how to succeed or indeed survive just as primitive tribes have done for centuries.
Through our experience of teaching bush craft, survival skills and primitive living, we have re-invigorated the typical team building experience into something more meaningful.
If your team is looking to try something that'll open their senses to the world of survival and the art of living in the wild, then this is for you!
“Young people need nature for the healthy development of their senses, and for learning and creativity.This need is revealed in two ways; by an examination of what happens to the senses of the young when they lose connection with nature; and by witnessing the sensory magic that occurs when young people - even those beyond childhood - are exposed to even the smallest direct experience of a natural setting”. (Louv R., 2005, “Last Child in the Woods”)
We've designed a fantastic outdoor education experience for young people called "The Nature Programme". The youth of today are being asked to combat climate change and to protect and save our planet. It’s important that they have an opportunity to bond with the natural world and to learn to love it, before being asked to heal its wounds.