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Survival camps:

Program:  Survival & Tracking skills

  • Making Fire: from bic’s to sticks including paper and wood matches, lighters, metal matches, magnesium, chemicals, optics, parabolics, flint and steel, bow-drills, hand-drills, natural tinder bundles, techno tinder’s, fire as a tool, fire safety, fire physics, and safely extinguishing a fire.
  • Getting Water: from solar, bag and tree stills, reverse stills, dew stills, Indian wells, water disinfection methods from stones to halogens, flavoring options, maximal hydration tips for optimal performance in hot or cold weather, natural and human indicators for finding water in the back-country, desert survival gear, body water requirements for men and women, preventing dehydration and hyponatremia and more.
  • Building Shelter: from natural materials and survival kit components; where, what, why and how to build in desert and mountain terrain, sleeping warm or cool, effectively using space blankets, garbage bags and tarps, and how to choose and wear desert and mountain clothing to prevent hypothermia and hyperthermia
  • Signaling for Rescue: with homemade and store bought signal mirrors and tin whistles, can lids, CD ROMs, sound, smoke, ground to air signals. and activating the Search and Rescue system
  • Survival Physiology and Psychology: efficient and effective trip planning, recognizing survival priorities in hot and cold climates, dealing with fear in yourself and others, and preparing and packing survival kits for desert and mountain regions
  • Wild Edible Plants: the truth about wild plants as a food source for short or long-term survival, demystifying New Hampshire’s many life-zone’s, pre-historic hunter-gatherers vs. planting societies, basal metabolic rate requirements for men and women, identifying, harvesting, processing and eating wild plants and exploring the use of some wild medicinal plants.
  • Using topographic maps & compass
  • Using Sun and stars for celestial navigation
  • Using MyPASS -  a web-based program which allows you to inform friends, family, and other outdoors men & women of your location afield for safety, privacy, and emergency response
  • Using GPS systems


         You will develop your awareness



         survival and tracking skills

         deep connection, and respect for nature & the outdoors


Type of camp


in group or one-to-one




Period: Summer, Fall,  Winter, Spring


Weekly. Maximum- 4 weeks
Availability: inquiry by email

Starting date


Any time, Upon availability

Rates per week
Age: 6-18


Residential: € 2395 – Included: trainings

Travel arrangements


On request email:

Language of instruction


English, Dutch, German, Russian



University/Sport academy Master or PhD degrees, in possession of a First Aid diploma

Training Monday-Sunday


Full day

Select 3 hours per day


Martial arts, rappelling, survival techniques, night dropping, shooting, cooking, diving, shooting, fitness, Judo, boxing, horse riding, golf, soccer, football, yoga, positive & critical  thinking and effective communication trainings.


Homework preparation





Boarding house AEIS, Hotels & Spa resorts

Per room:
Age: 5-19


2 students maximum



Predominantly Organic, International

Specific needs, per week


Yes, e.g. Islamic & Jewish and others,  additional fee:€ 170

Hot meals



Flights to/from Amsterdam


Can be arranged upon request, also supervised by the staff to any location worldwide

Airport Pick-up/Drop off per person


Rates: € 25, one way



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Location  The Netherlands

Location Malta


Location Canada


Location USA


Amstelveen or Limburg

Sliema or Golden Bay, Malta


Vancouver Island


New Hampshire and other

Survival camp locations


Malta, USA, Canada, The Netherlands