• Accessible Adventures

    Accessible Adventures (1)

     We believe that adventures are for all and so we are aiming to deliver expeditions and courses that are accessible to those with disabilities. Many of our expeditions are in remote places, in extreme environments over uneven ground and so to deliver the best we can in a safe and comfortable way we need your help and guidance to enable us to serve you. In the mean time, we have begun to develop specific courses and expeditions, aimed at those with particular needs. Our existing expeditions and courses also have guidance to their suitability within the 'physical requirements' section of the description so if you have any questions or comments then please get back to us so that we can try our best to accommodate you.   

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  • Expeditions

    Expeditions (5)

    We have a wide range of expeditions that we are adding to all of the time. We have worked hard to find indigenous communities that want to share their ancestral knowledge, skills, and expertise in different remote locations allowing you to take a real leap into the wilderness. We are also working with some of the leading experts in remote travel, and ecological research, enabling us to put together some pioneering expeditions travelling to the worlds unchartered locations and documenting real wildlife conservation data. Some of our guides have even found new species known to science...a real modern day Darwin!

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  • Kit

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  • UK Courses

    UK Courses (10)

    Our UK courses are run primarily from our private woodland locations in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, where we have the power of the North Coast and the calming seas of the South Coast of the Atlantic just a short distance away. Taught mainly in the natural environment; in the rock pools and the beach, on the moors, in the rivers and mixed woodlands, to fully immerse you in the wilderness. We provide off grid accommodation on most of our weekend or longer courses by offering canvas bell tents or shared tipi accommodation, and using log burners or campfires for cooking and heating and composting toilets. We are working with some great expertise to help provide exciting courses such as; Freediving, diving with seals, wild food foraging and cooking, natural bee keeping, wooden surf board construction, wildlife watching and wild camping. We also specialise in ancestral skills such as primitive shelter, bows and arrows, leather work. 

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