Making fires, constructing shelters, making traps and tools, wild cooking, cutting wood, navigating, understanding the wildlife, tracking, signalling...

Survival Camp gets kids fully prepared for the Great Outdoors!

Upcoming: Oct 4th-10th (Choose any 2-5 days) 

野外生存訓練營:學習在野外條件下,如何搭建庇護所,生火,尋找食物並安全食用。運用大自然的材料製作工具,還有野外偵察以及更多精彩活動!

 

Imagine Survival Camp Videos from Taipei, Beijing and Suzhou

Imagine Survival Camp follows the BSA standard curriculum at all branches. Water activities are not included in Taipei.

 

Information

 

Dates: 

  • 4th October 2017
  • 5th October 2017
  • 6th October 2017
  • 7th October 2017
  • 8th October 2017
  • 9th October 2017
  • 10th October 2017

Price: NT$ 3000 per day

Includes: Transport there and back each day, Instruction from English-speaking Expert Instructors from Imagine, Tools, Materials, Insurance

Not included: Lunch (please bring a packed lunch)

Deadlines:Final sign up and payment deadline one week before

Friends Discount:  Three or more friends in a group = NT$ 2700 per person per day

Early Bird: Sign up and pay in full by 13th September = NT$2700 per person per day

Ages: 7 - 14

Location: Yang Ming Shan, northern Taipei

Transport (there and back each day):

  • 9:00am Da'an Park, return at 5.15pm
  • 9:30am Outside Taipei American School, return at 4.45pm
  • Pick up points can be flexible if you enquire early = please ask if your location is possible

 

 

信息:

 

 

年齡:7-14歲;

 

地點:台北陽明山

 

日期 (任選2-5天):

  • 10月4日
  • 10月5日
  • 10月6日
  • 10月7日
  • 10月8日
  • 10月9日
  • 10月10日

 

正常報名以及全額交費截止日期:提前一周

價格:NT$ 3000/人/天, 包交通,請自帶午飯

三個朋友一起報名:NT$2700 /人/天

9月13日前報名,交全額:NT$2700 /人/天

 

交通(每天往返,包含在费用里面):

9:00am  大安公園,下午5.15點返回

9:30am 台北美國學校,下午445返回

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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.

Adults may apply to work towards BSA Instructor Level 1, 2 and 3 on full training courses (be ready for a real challenge!). Please enquire.

Example Schedule

Day 1

10:15-12:00 Set up camp (arrange fire place, find and gather supplies, etc.), learn about survival priorities
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, build a shelter/treehouse. Set up hammock.

Day 2

10:15-12:00 Continue improving shelter/tree-house and base.
12:00-13:00 Make cooking tools, cook on fire (kids eat packed lunch mainly to fill up, but can taste some of the food we bring to cook, and they can also bring things to cook if desired).
13:30-14:00 Learn ways to filter water, and other survival tricks
14:00-15:30 Signalling: Learn to communicate with beeps, flashes and hand signals, across distance

Day 3

10:15-11:00 Survival theory - through several challenges, learn life-saving tips from our experts.
11:00-12:00 Track down game (follow tracks to find something)
12:00-13:00 Lunch: Bring packed lunch, but will also do some cooking.
13:00-15:00 Use creativity to design a fish or animal trap (no animals really harmed).
15:00-15:30 Tidy up camp, improve base

Day 4

10:15-11:00 Survival theory - through several challenges, learn life-saving tips from our experts.
11:00-12:00 Continue working on a base camp construction
12:00-13:00 Lunch: bring packed lunch, but will also do some cooking.
13:00-15:00 Practise some basic first aid, such as applying bandages and plasters, making a splint in the wild etc.
15:00-15:30 Tidy up camp, improve base

Day 5

10:15-12:00 BSA Practical Tests: Get tested on your skills, for your progression towards BSA Level 1, 2 and 3!
12:00-13:00 Lunch (packed lunch and cooking)
13:00-14:00 BSA Theory tests: answer survival questions for the last part of the test. Repeat favourite activities from the week
14:00-15:30 Cleaning our base and leaving it how we arrived, saying goodbye....

 

Please note that the above schedule is subject to change depending on the weather, interests, ability levels and other circumstances. We take a flexible approach, teaching the most appropriate skills at the best times.

Please read thoroughly the Waiver of Liability form

Details will be sent after the form is submitted.

Contact: info@imagine-taiwan.com