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Day Survival Course for Children

Day Survival Course for Children

Day Survival Course for Children Sunday, 19 Sept 2021 from 09:00-16:00Noble Village Learn how to make fire with a flint, build your own shelter, find food and water, filter water, make string from plants and much more. Where: Noble Village, R96, Magaliesburg Cost: R450pp lunch included. Contact Ian Phone: 076 429 6739 Email: cashanerangers@gmail.com

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Askari Team Building

Just wanted to say a BIG THANK YOU again for the survival skills team build on Saturday – We all had loads of fun and really felt like we learnt a lot. We will definitely keep you in mind for any future team building activities. “Rea Lutze – Consultant”

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Ladies Camp

Ladies Camp

 A course designed to give women more confidence in their ability to survive difficult situations. How to make fire using a flint, building shelters, finding food and water. Survival kits, rescue and recovery. Weapons and much more. Although the group was very small we had a lot of fun. Got a little rained on,…

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Survival camp 10 – 12 August 2018

Survival camp 10 – 12 August 2018

The days before the camp were all hot and no one was prepared for the ice cold nights, (the water froze)and  we got very cold the first night. The second night was also very cold but we were better prepared. One doesn’t realize how quickly the temperature can change, and knowing a few simple survival facts…

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Kareekloof Farm – 2

Kareekloof Farm – 2

Our second camp out at Kareekloof farm, Lanseria. This time we explored different areas for survival. We went fishing down by the crocodile river which was only a 4km walk. Then we made bows and fletched arrows, made string from sisal plants and made bread over the fire. THEN, they built the most AWESOME shelter….

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Kareekloof Farm – 1

Kareekloof Farm – 1

Our first camp out at Kareekloof farm, Lanseria, what a privilege to be able to explore such an intact and cared for ecosystem. There were brown hyaena, jackal, caracal, porcupine, mongoose, kudu, duiker and you could hear zebra, wildebeest and even lions on the nearby farms. We went through the basics of survival and then…

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