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Northern Ireland Survival School


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47 Ballynoe Road Antrim, Antrim, Co Antrim, BT41 2QX
Northern Ireland Survival School

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Northern Ireland Survival School is the premier bushcraft, survival and wilderness living skills Provider in Northern Ireland.
We bushcraft course for adults and children, wild foraging courses , outdoor wild food cookery courses, green wood carving courses, team building courses, heath and well being courses, subject matter experts for tv film and radio, we work closely with councils throughout NI and provide bespoke experiential tourism activities for a number of hotels and businesses with in NI.

Irrespective of your skill level or ability our instructors will make whatever course you attend a truly life changing experience!

For details of the courses and activities we provide Or if you would like to enquire about a bespoke course, please check out our website or leave us an email we are always eager to hear from new people who want to become involved in what we do!

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NI Survival welcome anyone from any part of the country along to our courses. Presently our courses are run from an expedition style camp in the County Antrim area however we can provide courses anywhere and are happy to explore new sites!

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