Making fires, building rafts, crossing rivers, making traps and tools, cooking, building shelters and more!
All Summer and Autumn Holidays 2019
June 17th - 21st
July 1st - 5th
July 8th - 12th
July 15th - 19th
July 22nd - 26th
July 29th - August 2nd
August 5th - 9th
August 12th - 16th
August 19th - 23rd
Making fires, building rafts, crossing rivers, making traps and tools, building shelters... Survival Camp takes you to the great outdoors every morning and back home in the afternoon (Transport included)
Ages: 7 - 14
Dates for Summer Camps:
- June 17th - 21st
- July 1st - 5th
- July 8th - 12th
- July 15th - 19th
- July 22nd - 26th
- July 29th - August 2nd
- August 5th - 9th
- August 12th - 16th
- August 19th - 23rd
- General price: 800 RMB / Day (Not less than 5 days in a row in July & August)
- Early Bird: 700 RMB / Day (Sign Up a month before the start)
- 3 friends: 700 RMB / Day
- 10 kids: 600 RMB / Day
Each camp consists of 5 days and you can get a discount if you sign up with other 2 for 10 friends, but also by signing up one month before the camp starts and pay the deposit
- 8:00 am - 5:45 pm at The Starbucks at the Lido Place, Metropark Lido Hotel
- 8:30 am - 5:15 pm at Beijing Riviera
- 9:00 am - 4:45 pm at North Edge of Ku Liu Shu Roundabout (Houshayu)
Private Survival Trips also available
All classes are taught by BSA-qualified (Bushcraft and Survival Association) guides with many years of experience leading survival camps abroad.
Kids aged 7-11 may now aim towards a BSA Junior Level 1, 2 or 3 certificate. To achieve each level, students must demonstrate a series of skills and answer a set of theory questions. Everyone will receive a handbook to track their progress.
Youth from 12-18 can work towards BSA Senior Level 1, 2 or 3 - a more challenging syllabus.
Older teenagers may work towards Junior Instructor Level 1 and 2, and come back for free to assist the instructors any time.
10:15-12:00 Set up camp (arrange fireplace, find and gather supplies, create toilet, sink to wash hands etc.)
12:00-13:00 Fire, lunch and stories (kids eat packed lunch)
13:00-14:00 Explore our surroundings. Search for sources of water and food (won’t drink or eat it). Look out for animal tracks. Look for anything useful to bring back to camp.
14:00-15:30 Continue setting up camp, learn to build a shelter/treehouse. Set up a hammock.
Refreshing outdoor setting in the outskirts of Beijing