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Survival 24

Survival 24

This is a 24 hour day and night course for you. The course will be conducted by expert veterans from the Army who will mentor you at every step during the course. Your safety is of paramount importance and it is expected that you adhere to the instructions given by our mentors.

You can call this a crash course on wilderness survival. You will learn to live off the land. You will learn basic skills to create basic necessities for your life in the first half of the day. Primarily you will be taught skills to make fire, food, and shelter. You will be taught how to make and use a knife and some skills with ropes. This includes knowledge of knots and lashing. Once done you relax under your own self made shelter after enjoying sumptuous survival meals. You are then exposed to various methods to navigate in the wild, finding directions and techniques to move in the forests. The evening is devoted to spot situations and clearing your doubts about survival in the wilderness, You also learn tracking skills and take part in team games designed to give you practice in wilderness survival. You will learn navigation by stars at night followed by a night trek to test your wits in the absence of light. 

Night poses different challenges when you are in a survival situation. We will condition you to handle challenges effectively.

We share experiences and memories over a campfire and hot food before retiring for the day. You get up early even before the wake-up calls of bird and go foraging. You will learn wilderness survival first aid too.

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What you do

  • Arrival, Registration,

  • Refreshments, Briefing, and preparation for the day ahead.

  • Foraging, Lighting fire techniques, Direction-finding

  • Wilderness cooking techniques

  • Eat what you cooked

  • Skill with Knives and Ropes, Improvising, Survival knots and lashings

  • Refreshments with lessons on shelters

  • Making your shelters

  • Setting up alarms, safety methods for night stay in the wild

  • Campfire and dinner

  • How to move at night

  • Finding directions and navigation by stars

  • Looks at shooting stars, share stories, Rest

  • Wake up and freshen up

  • Morning trek and study nature, identify plants, foraging

  • Wilderness first-aid

  • Breakfast

  • Debrief and dispersal

The itinerary and contents may vary depending on the location other local conditions
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