Whether at an event, community gathering, festival, ceremony or educational establishment. Talks are adapted to suit any audience. Timings are flexible.

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The Power of Trees

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Founder and creative director of Wildeye Adventures Yara presents inspiring & adventurous presentations on adventure travel, jungle survival, conservation, outdoor education and the environment. Taking audiences on a visual & thought-provoking journey through tropical rainforest around the world. Talks cover living with tribes, survival skills, reforestation and the sustainable development. Taking an insightful look into humans and their connection to the natural world. Inspiring audiences to step out of the comfort zone to discover new skills and to empower others in believing they can make a positive difference, by taking action within their local community.

Designed to raise awareness on trees, forests, conservation, the natural world and outdoor & environmental education. Sharing knowledge into the healing power of trees, nature science, woodland ecology and the benefits of spending time in nature. Exploring rainforests, jungle expeditions, bushcraft in woodlands and survival skills. 
Presentations are adapted to suit both youth or adults and timings are flexible.
Ranging between 30min to 1hour 30min long.
Yara shares her inspiring presentations at various educational establishments, festivals, events & ceremonies in the UK and abroad.

Online talks are also available via Zoom.

Please connect va email: at contact@wildeyeadventure.xom




Public speaker, environmental campaigner & presenter. An inspiring and engaging speaker with a variety of talks covering outdoor education, trees, woodlands, agroforestry, reforestation, conservation, nature science, campaigning, indigenous cultures, jungle survival, sustainability and globalisation. 

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Yara inspires a deeper connection to the environment and nature. Looking at humans and their connection to the natural world, globalisation, tribal cultures and sustainable living. Exploring survival in the concrete junglein comparison to survival in the real jungle. Encouraging embracing new experiences and stepping out of the comfort zone to discover new skills & potential. 


Sharing knowledge on adventure travel, survival skills, medicinal plants found on our doorstep and the positive health benefits of spending time in nature.

Yara was featured in the Bushcraft & Survival Skills Magazine Sept 2017 issue on ‘Women in the Wild’ was 2018 & 2019 presenter of The Bushcraft Show and has appeared on ITV News speaking about the importance of having a positive mental attitude in survival psychology. 

She intuitively adapts & connects to each audience; inspiring independence, self-reliance and resilience. Encouraging youth to connect more to nature, conservation and the environment.


Wildeye Adventures raises awareness on indigenous cultures, conservation, forest regeneration and sustainability. Yara is an environmental campaigner and an ambassador for tree conservation & forest regeneration. Previously employed by the Woodland Trust - UK’s leading woodland conservation organisation, helping to raise awareness on trees and woodland conservation. 


""Her talk was incredibly inspiring and showed the importance of stepping out of your comfort zone. I spent the next two days excitedly looking up volunteering opportunities abroad."

Tilly Wax (Speaker Captain) | South Hampstead High School

"Yara speaks from her heart about the environment and voluntary work abroad and how we can all make a positive difference to the world we live in, her passion is infectious!" -


John Sullivan |Explorer | Elite Survival Training

"Yara has a positive aura that radiates throughout her talk. She engages strongly with the youth when sharing her own life experiences, motivating youth in believing in themselves and assisting them in visualising the bigger picture. She works well at inspiring young people to develop themselves with their own individual life experiences"


Natasha Harber | Teaching Assistant |Hedgewood School

"When Yara speaks to a group of young people they are attentive and listening as she makes what she has to say exciting, interesting and appropriate for her audience." 

Chloe Pereira de Mello (Learning Support Assistant) Paray House

"Great presentation on the jungle by Yara. She told her story of how her young London life wasn't satisfying her so she made a change. Stripped of creature comforts Yara travelled the globe and sought after adventures we only read in books or see on TV, truly life changing experiences. Students were enthralled at her story and at the end many students stayed behind to ask questions. Yara is a fantastic role model!"  

Mark Petheram  | The International School of Hague | Holland

 "Yara is an inspirational speaker that holds the attention and imagination of her audience"
Kelly Cure (Teacher) Bank Leaze Primary School