Jungle Bushcraft Skills

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March 10-15, 2025

Location: Amazon Jungle, Peru, South America

This 6-day class is for anyone wishing to increase their knowledge of survival and bushcraft in a jungle environment.  We will be accompanied by local guides as we travel through the beautiful Peruvian rainforest.  You will learn how they gather food, build shelter, make fire, and make the most of what nature provides.  You can bring any gear you wish but keep in mind that we will be hiking on and off trail in the jungle so I wouldn’t pack too heavy.  

Recommended Gear: Lightweight quick drying clothes, jungle boots, hammock or tent, mosquito net, fixed blade knife, ferro rod, insect repellant, water container, hat, sunscreen, gloves, small fishing kit, and some type of food or snacks.


Consult with your doctor or health department on the area you will be traveling to and type of activity this trip consists of. Follow your doctor's recommended health plan for vaccinations and required meds while traveling in this area.

Travel Advisory:

Read the U.S. State Department's Travel Advisory for Peru 


We suggest that all students book their flights to arrive in Iquitos at least one full day before the class is due to depart for the jungle. Commercial air traffic in Peru can sometimes be late and/or canceled due to weather conditions. After your flight is booked, please forward your itinerary to Patrick Rollins so he can make arrangements to have you picked up at the Iquitos airport. You can also email Patrick with any other questions you may have. Please do not book airfare until 45 days in advance of the scheduled class date in case we have to cancel the trip.


Your trip has to be paid in full at least 60 days in advance of the departure date. Checks or money orders can be sent to: Randall's Adventure & Training - P.O. Box 99 - Gallant, AL 35972 -USA. Note: All overseas participants should contact us for bank wire info or PayPal info. We do not accept checks drawn on foreign accounts.

PLEASE NOTE: While we carry a personal locator beacon and always have a person trained as a Wilderness First Responder on these trips, the remote location of this class means that response time for an emergency may be too late if you suffer a hot snake bite or other serious injury. The area we work in is very remote and traveling out of a jungle in this region takes time and a lot of hard work. If anyone suffers an injury we will do everything possible to get you to primary care as quickly as possible but there are NO GUARANTEES!