14 Day Survival Course

Our 14 Day survival course will take place at locations in the Waterberg & Kruger National Park.

Fire-side

Phase 1 (6 Days)

  • Tracks, Spoor – Identification & interpretation
  • Trees, Grasses – Identification, medicinal, edible, toxins
  • Birds – Identification & behaviour
  • Mammals – Identification & behaviour
  • Reptiles – Identification & behaviour
  • Reptiles – Snake bite treatment
  • Bush Survival – Water location, fire, direction, sustenance, protection
  • First Aid – Self- medication, natural remedies

Phase 2 (4 Days)

  • Animal Anatomy – Skinning, dissection, anatomy study
  • Carcass – Preparation
  • Bush Cuisine – Source & utilisation
  • Musketry – Basic & advanced weapons training
  • Bush Skills – Camouflage & concealment

Phase 3 (4 Days)

  • Situation Evaluation
  • Leadership Evaluation
  • Musketry & Self Defence Evaluation
  • Search & Evasion
  • Anti-Poaching Tasks
  • Survival Task
  • Examination
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