Learn to survive in the jungleSurama, Guyana
Think you could survive in the jungle better than Tarzan? Find out what it takes on an adventure into the Amazon. Fly by light aircraft from Georgetown, Guyana’s capital, to the village of Surama, where you’ll be kitted out with specialist equipment by a survival instructor and two local guides.
As you venture deep into the wilderness you’ll begin honing skills to keep you alive, including how to find water, build a fire, hunt game with a bow and arrow and signal rescuers. Once your training is complete, it’s time to go solo (or with a buddy, if you choose) with your newly acquired knowledge. Don’t fret if the situation gets a bit hairy – instructors are on standby to help out.
Learn to outwit, outplay and outlast in the jungle.
- Learning life-saving skills – finding water, building a fire sans matches, and hunting game with a bow and arrow
- Fishing for piranha (yes, really)
- Satisfaction and bragging rights for completing the most demanding survival course you’ll find anywhere
- Probably not the most ideal course if you’re a tad squeamish
The two-week Jungle Survival Trip with Bushmasters starts at US$2,400.