VIVOBAREFOOT X WILD HUMAN

RECONNECT TO YOUR ORIGINS 

To inspire a world with less padding and more feeling.

The Reconnection to your Origins experiences will bring you closer to nature through a weekend of learning and adventure.

Situated in the beautiful Lake District National park you will be guided by the highly respected bushcraft educators and wilderness specialists from the Wild Human team.

All profits from the course go back into the Livebarefoot Foundation, to help support rewilding experiences across the world. All those attends will also get 30% discount off Vivobarefoot’s Outdoor range.

Spaces are limited to 15 participants per course – don’t miss out!

REWILDING & WILD COOKING 

September 10th-12th 2021
Join our wilderness and adventure experts for a weekend of rewilding experiences. This is about a more natural way of living, through wild cooking, walking through nature and bushcraft skills for all the family. Join the Wild Human team in the Lake District through via the sign up link (which will be available soon).

*Family friendly: for children aged 13 plus, as the content will be more suited to adults.*Family friendly: Over age of 10

REWILDING & WILD COOKING 

8th - 10th October 2021
Join our wilderness and adventure experts for a weekend of rewilding experiences. This is about a more natural way of living, through wild cooking, walking through nature and bushcraft skills for all the family. Join the Wild Human team in the Lake District through via the sign up link.

*Family friendly: for children aged 13 plus, as the content will be more suited to adults.


THE WILD HUMAN TEAM

The Wild Human team of Ben McNutt and Deborah Nickolls are highly respected bushcraft instructors and survival experts, who create an environment where you can learn, grow, expand your horizons and get the most from your time in the wild.

Ben and Debs are truly dedicated to nature, continuously refining their wilderness skills and knowledge, often pioneering new skill-sets and experiences, to empower others to enjoy the nature reconnection journey.

Oak Howe is 13 acres of private young woodland. Planted with native broadleaf trees from 2011 as a re-wilding/woodland creation project. It is home to some beautiful mature oak trees and a stretch of river that add to an ever-increasing diversity of wildlife. Oak Howe is located within the Lake District National Park, half-way between Kendal and Windermere.

SOCIAL IMPACT

We wish that the wild and nature learning experiences were easily accessible to all. However, the environmental poverty is becoming a real phenomenon of the modern society. But we don’t give up! With a super enthusiastic support of our Vivobarefoot colleague who comes from South Africa, every ticket bought, will enable a child to have a guided experience into nature outside of Cape Town.