Our Survival skills & Wild Camping experience takes place in the Brecon Beacons where you will be taught essential survival skills that will enable you to create a functioning expedition camp. Using a variety of techniques you will learn how to make your own comfortable natural shelter, how to light and manage a fire, how to arrange a fire for cooking and many other wilderness skills.
At the end of this experience you will have learned some very useful skills and acquired an enhanced understanding of the natural world and how it can provide for all the necessities of life.
You can book our Survival Skills experience on its own or include a full nights overnight Wild Camping
Wild Camping Overnight
This experience takes place on remote privately owned land within the Brecon Beacons National park, you need to be self sufficient as your group will be building a shelter to sleep under for the night. A parachute canopy for large groups, Tarpaulin sheets & basic equipment will be supplied for shelter construction. Participants are also welcome to bring their own tents as a back up if they are unsure about sleeping in their own made shelter! Participants will need to bring along their own sleeping bag & matt.
You will be gutting and cooking unprepared fish (whole Trout or Sea Bream) for your evening meal which typically includes sweet potatoes & vegetables.
Seasoned dry wood is supplied for your camp fire.
After you have constructed your shelter and had your evening meal you can relax around the camp fire, adult groups are welcome to bring along their own drinks.
Breakfast next morning:- Bacon Rolls, Beans, Coffee & Tea / Orange Juice
Wild camping can be booked with Survival Skills but not on its own.
To arrange a booking we require a minimum group size of six, if you do not have a minimum group size you are welcome to join one of our open events.