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Go Wild

MISSION

GET OUTDOORS. DISCOVER NATURE.

Wildeye Adventures was founded to inspire others to connect to the outdoors and to appreciate the love of nature.
Sharing outdoor & environmental education, outdoor skills & adventure.
Raising awareness on trees, woodland conservation, nature science, rainforests and the natural world.
Supporting campaigns and initiatives dedicated in promoting tree planting projects, forest conservation, agroforestry, permaculture, eco living and sustainable development. Helping to protect the last wild spaces and ecosystems that still remain.
Wildeye Adventures directs various creative outdoor & environmental courses, activities and workshops. Specialising in bushcraft, survival, archery, outdoor education, environmental education, tree planting and creative media production.
We worked in privately family owned woodlands based in Kent. Managing camps in a 110 acre deciduous woodland in High Brooms and a 23 acre ancient woodland in Brasted Chart, Sevenoaks.  Our mission is to inspire a love for the natural world.

"I SPEAK FOR THE TREES" - Lorax

ABOUT US

A team of highly skilled individuals with life experiences leading expeditions and teaching outdoor skills in remote locations around the world. From woodlands to deserts, mountains, tropical rainforests and remote islands.

We work within the outdoor industry and are extremely passionate about the environment, sustainability and eco-living.

Believing that in order to create more care and respect towards the environment, it's vital to connect to the outdoors through personal life experiences. 

We inspire a strong interaction towards the environment, raise awareness on conservation and believe it's important to keep a close relationship to the natural world.

 

Yara Ghrewati is the founder & creative director of Wildeye Adventures.

Connect with Yara via the Wildeye Adventures social media platforms or you can email via the Contact Us page.

Offering different bushcraft courses\workshops in private ancient woodlands in Kent for both young people and adults. Working at various festivals, events, retreats and gatherings and offering a range of outdoor & environmental activities adapted to suit the requirements of each individual party or group. We communicate closely with all our individual clients to ensure they get the wild outdoor experience they are seeking. 

Our overnight camps teach bushcraft & survival skills with the opportunity to practice archery creating a memorable and positive experience in the woods.

Wildeye Adventures is a platform sharing skills and raising awareness on outdoor education. We showcase a range of specialist companies and organisations that offer outdoor & environmental education via the 'Connections' page. 

Wildeye Adventures shares information on outdoor adventures, eco-friendly initiatives, sustainable living, voluntary work, rainforest & woodland conservation and exciting expeditions to rainforest environments.

Thank you for taking the time to connect with Wildeye Adventures.

Nature has much to teach us. Stay wild.

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MEET THE TRIBE

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Forest Leader | Instructor

KRISTINE HEATON

Forest School Leader & Outdoor Instructor with a massive love for woodlands. Kristine works with a charity working with young people in woodlands for mental health & wellbeing. Loves hiking, traveling & being outside.

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Outdoor Instructor 

ED TERRY

Qualified mountain leader. Works as a trekking guide in the UK with schools & charities on youth development, via the Duke of Edinburgh scheme, wildcraft/team building camps & expeditions. He is passionate about the natural world & it's preservation and sharing his knowledge with others.

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Yoga Instructor 

YASMIN DAHNOUN

Yasmin is 200hr qualified yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance UK. Trained in Vinyasa, Hatha & Yin styles of teaching, as well as meditation and breath work techniques. 

Founder of Earth Witness News, Yasmin is also an environmental journalist who campaigns to protect the environment.

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The Drum Woman

MELONIE SYRETT

Mel runs the drumming sessions in Wildeye's Women in the Woods gathering. She creates handmade drums and leads drum circles & sound healing in Essex & at different events.

Connect with Mel via her website

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Nature Works UK

CALINA ZADRAVETZ 

Founder of Nature Works UK. Calina runs sound healing and mindfulness in nature. She leads Qi Gong & sound healing sessions in Wildeye's Forest Healing Camp.

Connect with Calina via her website

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Founder of Wildeye Adventures

YARA GHREWATI

Bushcraft & Survival Instructor working in the outdoor industry for over ten years with various expedition companies, charity organisations, youth & mentoring groups and bushcraft & survival companies in the UK & abroad. 

Public speaker, writing & environmental campaigner. Founder of the Natural Healing Show on UK Health Radio.

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MEDIA & PRESS

Founder of Wildeye Adventures Yara Ghrewati has appeared on ITV news talking about the importance of survival psychology and has worked presenting bushcraft for different media production companies. Combining outdoor skills with creative media and collaborating with different projects within radio and video production, presenting outdoor education, bushcraft and survival. Working alongside film crews which aim to gain more input and knowledge on wilderness skills. Check out the Media page for further information.

TREES & REFORESTATION

Wildeye Adventures supports environmental initiatives & campaigns for trees, woodlands and rainforests. Creating tree planting projects and supporting organisations such as the Woodland Trust & RAIN (Regenerative Agroforestry Impact Network) The Amazon Conservation Team & Amazon Watch.

Wildeye also support indigenous land rights and campaigns for the movement of tribal people via Survival International.

Wildeye Adventures is connected with a wide network of outdoor specialists, nature educators, healers/therapists, entrepreneurs and environmental campaigners & activists. 

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BLOG

Get to know the Wildeye Adventures blog for further information on what we've been up to and to discover writing on adventure travel, conservationoutdoor education.

OUR WOODLAND LOCATIONS

Wildeye Adventures operates in two different woodland locations based in Kent. Both are privately & family owned.

 

One is a 25 acre ancient woodland in Brasted Chart in Sevenoaks. And the other is a 112 acre woodland in High Brooms.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

I have attended two events so far with Yara at Wildeye Adventures. Yara is a fantastic communicator and her passion, enthusiasm, knowledge, skills and kindness come across very strongly. She is a powerful advocate for nature and is extremely talented at imparting her knowledge so that you go away feeling confident in new skills learnt and/or in refining skills you already had. I would recommend her for workshops with all ages and ranges of experience and I’ll be keeping a close eye out for her future events. She is capable of organising the logistics around large scale events as well as smaller gatherings. Thank you Yara for doing what you do

Yara and Wildeye Adventures (in partnership with Woodland Trust) ran a fantastic tree planting event on my land near Sevenoaks in Kent. They organised 170 volunteers to come and plant 500 trees. The day was perfect in terms of organisation and logistics with a lovely community spirit.

It was AMAZING!

If you have some land and would like to support the planting of more woodland, I can’t recommend Wildeye Adventures highly enough.

I really loved the session we had while out at Camp Wildfire building our own forest huts and a cheeky bit of blackberry picking from me! Yara gives a lot of interesting info AND is just a nice person all around!

Max Sinclair - Founder of Eco Companion

Superbly planned event. We had comprehensive details sent to us in advance, so we knew just what to do when we arrived.
We had such a warm welcome, and it was a brilliant event

Superbly planned event. We had comprehensive details sent to us in advance, so we knew just what to do when we arrived.
We had such a warm welcome, and it was a brilliant event

Wildeye Adventures supports and is connected with the following platforms:

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Wildeye Adventures shares outdoor education in the aims to promote a connection to the natural world and self-sufficiency. Please be aware that you are responsible for your own health and safety whilst on camp.

Please ensure that you bring any required medications needed with you and take personal responsibility for them. We cannot carry or look after any medications on your behalf. 

Please be aware that we encourage having a strong sense of awareness towards the environment whilst on camp, bring rubbish bags to take away any rubbish you may have off camp. Do not leave any litter in the woods. Please do not burn plastic on camp fires as this can create toxic chemicals which may be harmful to health and the environment. Please do not burn any cans or glass bottles on fires. If not burned out properly they can leave behind sharp objects which may harm wildlife.

Woodlands are always full of uneven grounds, falling branches and other risks to be aware of. Please ensure you always wear suitable clothes and footwear whilst spending time in woodlands. 

Absolutely no hunting, harming or the killing of wildlife is allowed on site. 

Wildeye Adventure camps are all self-catered. Wildeye Adventures instructors are not responsible for any food you bring on camp and all food is your own responsibility. There are no shops in the woods so do organise yourself or your group before arrival on camp and come prepared for an overnight experience in the woods. 

Wildeye Adventures does not supply any food for evening meals.

There are no kitchen facilities on camp, after bushcraft  training your camp is your own creation and you will be cooking food over an open fire.

Please bring a small first aid kit, personal medications and self-treat & self-care if and when needed. Woodlands are a wild and natural environment. Be aware that there may be trip hazards from tree roots or uneven ground, observation skills are needed. Look out for poisonous or stinging plants such as Foxglove, Nettles or Bramble.

Wildeye Adventures instructors are not responsible for any injuries or illnesses that may occur whilst on camp. We will happily share our first aid advice and offer friendly support but your personal health is in your own hands please.

 

Thank you for your understanding. Stay wild. 

WILDEYE

ADVENTURES

contact@wildeyeadventures.com

© WILDEYE ADVENTURES LIMITED 2016

Company Number 10502513

 

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