World Reviewer rating

Not yet rated

Learn Bushcraft in Wales

Listed under For all the Family in Swansea, United Kingdom.

  • Photo of Learn Bushcraft in Wales
  • Photo of Learn Bushcraft in Wales
Photo of Learn Bushcraft in Wales
Photo by -2
Pin It

If you want to get away from modern day life and rediscover simplicity, then it doesn’t get much more basic than taking a course in Bushcraft. There are family courses aiming to show you and your offspring how to live comfortably in a wilderness environment and will give you the skills to build yourself a shelter, forage for food, cook what you’ve found and other survival skills.

The courses take place in the Parc-le-Broes valley in the centre of Gower in Wales which surrounded by gorgeous woodland, but is also only 20 minutes from the sea.

As a family you’ll learn how to use axes, build hoop shelters, go on nature walk forrages, and there’ll also be time for lazing around on the beach if the weather is fair. There’s no need to worry if you don’t take to the wilderness too well, you can bring along your own tents for camping and so if all goes wrong you can just snuggle up in your sleeping bag and listen to the noises of nature around you.

Dryad Bushcraft and Wilderness adventure Information.

Written by  Alessia Horwich.

Comments, reviews and questions by other travellers

There are no posts. Why not be the first to have your say?

Post a comment, review or question

I want to
Question
My comment - optional
Rating - how would you rate this place or experience?
 

Who's been here

No travelers have told us they have been here. Have you?

Similar Experiences

  • Pirate rafting in Taxenbach

    Clad in a black wetsuit and flippers, and waddling like a penguin, I leant over the boat and scrubbed with my scourer. Not my…

  • Dinosaur Digging in Colorado

    What could be more adventurous than going in search of dinosaurs for your family holiday? The only thing is, it’s not so much …

  • The Blue Mountains

    The Blue Mountains aren’t actually a mountain range but are a series of plateaus topping escarpment like cliffs rising out of r…

Nearby Experiences

  • Number 5 Cwmdonkin Drive

    Many believe that the idyllic boat house at Laugharne in Carmarthenshire was the keeper of Dylan Thomas’ raging villanelles and…

  • Oystermouth Castle

    This was the seat of the de Braose lords of the Gower peninsular , around the coast of which are several other interesting smal…

  • The Gower Peninsula

    The Gower Peninsular is popular with walkers, surfers and beach goers for many reasons, but mostly because it’s just really bea…

Related links

Contribute to this page