Survival Course Nepal

Survival Course
Survival skills guarantee a person has the means to survive through a wide range of disasters and scenarios which would otherwise guarantee an individual’s demise. In this era, an individual can never be too prepared. Knowledge is power and knowledge of success skills can mean the distinction between death and life. Survival skills can provide an individual with the means necessary to deal with a wide range of disasters and traumatic events. Disasters, acts of war or apparently innocent injuries can put an individual in a situation where success abilities are necessary. Possibly the most crucial factors in the wake of a tragedy is understanding how to survive in one’s environment.

Survival schools may teach someone how to discover and get food for success for oneself and their relatives. Matters which would not ordinarily cross an individual’s mind as being edible is often used as sustenance in emergency scenarios. Regardless, it’s imperative an individual knows precisely what bugs or plants are safe to eat. Some species might be poisonous. Water is another major requirement for survival. Often times a survival blog provides comments on what should be procured between food, shelter and water. Each situation is different. Training ensures an individual will know precisely what should be performed first to guarantee survival.

A human can only survive 3 to 5 days without water. An individual can survive weeks without eating. Learning how to recognize and track some critters is a valuable ability. Survival can be determined by a person’s capability to hunt and kill an animal. Without contemporary hunting amenities, monitoring skills are critical. Many animal tracks will cause a clean, usable water source too. Food for survival is just one factor an individual will need to learn. Survival training may also include tips about building shelters. A shelter can and must be assembled out of whatever materials are available. Extreme weather might make procuring shelter a top priority.

The shelter will need to be strong enough to withstand whatever Mother Nature is dishing out. Learning how to build ropes and various tools will ensure an individual has the protection required to endure another day in a hostile environment. Survival schools can teach an individual how to survive in various conditions and climates. Cold weather, wilderness, desert and tropics survival each requires distinctive knowledge and skills about a number of native plants and critters. A survival blog is a great source for all those intrigued in enlarging their survival training. Urban success which is the term used for success in a town following a disaster has struck will frequently include self defense training. Survival training will typically include some basic rhetoric skills that can be required for contact outside of a disaster area.

Weekend Bushcraft Course

Survival Courses Nepal weekend course is more of an enjoyable course. Safety-learning experience than an endurance event. This is a “hands on” course. This teaches you the fundamental principles of survival and wilderness bushcraft. It includes navigation, fire-making, shelter-building, and, collection and preparation of food and water. In addition to this, traps and snares, natural navigation, knife sharpening, compass navigation, identifying edible plants, fire-lighting by friction, cooking techniques, tree identification along with their uses and a lot more is included. If you have a group, you can book your own weekend or two-night course during the week.

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Kit List

Not much is required for attending a Survival course Nepal.  Please do not invest in expensive kits. The more you know, the less you need to carry. If you need to buy a kit, please do so after consulting our experts. You might need the following:

Suitable outdoor clothing (see below)

Sleeping bag

Insulated sleeping mat

Knife, fork, spoon, mug, bowl and plate

Water bottle (a plastic litre-bottle)

Torch with fresh batteries and spare sets

Wash kit and towel


Personal toiletries and medication (to include sunscreen, insect repellent and lip salve)

Antibacterial wipes/soap

Tea and/or coffee

A Portable first-aid kit (plasters, bandages, headache pills etc.)

Spare change of clothing

Camera, notebook and pen (optional)

Outdoor clothing

Outdoor clothing should be tough and comfortable.  Wearing several thin layers is better than a few thick layers.  A waterproof jacket and several sweatshirts underneath are sufficient. Avoid Jeans, as they are slow to dry, clinging and cold. Also, natural colors or camouflage patterns will give you a better chance of spotting wildlife. Walking boots are ideal. Please pack your torch, antibacterial wipes/soap and insect repellent at the top of your bag.