Looking for something different to do in Cornwall with the kids this holiday, book onto one of our Wild Warrior Adventure in a Backpack sessions!
Teams of Wild Warriors will set off on mini adventures from Wavehunters Surf School in Polzeath. Wild leaders will pack in fun activities including a variety from whittling, raft building, wild art, bushcraft, exploring rock pools, having tide wars, treasure hunts, building fires and loads of fun games with new friends….. Each adventure has missions to complete and we also have a whole load of tricks up our sleeves to allow our Warriors to direct their adventure encouraging creativity whilst building perseverance and resilience. Children are guaranteed a great action packed time with each days adventure being different and will arrive back feeling accomplished with a smile on their face.
You will find us on Polzeath beach next to the Wavehunters Surf School.
Morning or Full Day Sessions Available
The morning session will set off at 10am and return at 1pm just in time for lunch. The full day session will continue through the afternoon until 4pm. 5-12 years old is the recommended age for our Wild Adventurers. Your child will be provided with a wild backpack to borrow supplying all their needs for the adventure including a water bottle, snack, sun hat, waterproof and other secret supplies for the days adventure.
When booking your child’s adventure you can also select to purchase a camouflage caps with our logo.
Morning Session 10am – 1pm – £25 without a cap, £35 with a cap
Full day session 10am – 4pm – £45 without a cap, £55 with a cap Your child will need to bring a packed lunch with them for full day adventures.
- Adventure in a Backpack
- Advised age 4-7
- Advised age 5-12
- Holiday Club
- Wild Bunch
- Wild Cornish Crew
- Wild Schools
- Wild Warriors
“Wild, imaginative fun organised by adventurous and skilled Mums. You made a rainy day fun! Harry loved it!”
“Our kids and their cousins absolutely loved Wild Warriors and keep asking for the next one. It’s fun, adventurous and nature based learning. Brilliant.”