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UK School Trip MISSIONS

Three missions. Three levels of adventure. Three amazing UK school trips - perfect for biology and geography field studies trips, hands-on environmental science trips, as well as pure outdoor education and adventure..

Whichever mission you choose to accept, life in The Bioasis is about learning to adapt, solving problems, locating food and equipment drops and undertaking challenging adventures - all whilst contributing to biodiversity studies, conservation programmes and building individual and group resilience.

5 Day Classic Mission

10 Day Bioasis Expedition

5 Day Scientific Mission

Availability of missions is limited and date dependent. Contact Mission Control for more information.  

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BIOASIS 5

5 Day Classic Mission

 

​Suggested recruiting age: 12 - 16 yrs

When: Missions run Monday to Friday, from May to end October.

Mission Objectives: Decrypt codes to locate mission start point and Bioasis basecamp. Establish renewable energy and water sources. Locate food & equipment drops on land and water. Wildlife and biodiversity survey work & conservation volunteer activities. Environment clean up. Camera trapping. Bioasis defence force training. Regular radio reports to Bioasis Mission Control required. Plan for post-mission return and guerrilla rewilding activities.

Transport: Walking, canoe

Skills & Learning Outcomes: Renewable energy circuits, Leave No Trace philosophy, navigation, canoe skills & safety, camera trapping and use of moth lights, bat detecting, flora and fauna ID, search and rescue, plastics, recycling and circular economies, communications, food hygiene & preparation, camp & bushcraft skills, team work, problem solving, conservation & rewilding.

Perfect for: Active, cross-curricular outdoor learning, biology & geography field trips and environmental science, outdoor education, team building, bushcraft, adventure, year group residentials.

Mission start point:  Confidential. RV and Ex-Fil points disclosed once team confirmed and trust established.

Price: £535 to £625 per person - varies depending on group size. Please contact us for quote.

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BIOASIS EXTREME

10 Day Bioasis Expedition 

 

​​Suggested recruiting age: 15 - 18 yrs

When: Missions run Wednesday to Friday week, May to end October.

Mission Objectives: Decrypt codes to locate mission start point. Undertake self-supported trek navigating 52km through wilderness terrain, meeting Bioasis agents and avoiding industrialists. Night-time stealth crossing of industrialist heartland. Negotiate final 8km to outer perimeter of The Bioasis. Locate basecamp. Locate food & equipment drops on land and water. Environment clean up. Wildlife survey and biodiversity monitoring work, conservation activities and camera trapping.  Bioasis defence force training. Regular radio reports to Bioasis Mission Control required. Plan for post-mission return and guerrilla rewilding activities.

Transport: walking, canoe

Skills & Learning Outcomes: multi-day self-supported trekking, navigation, renewable energy circuits, Leave No Trace philosophy, canoe skills & safety, camera trapping and use of moth lights, bat detecting, flora and fauna ID, search and rescue, plastics, recycling and circular economies, communications, food hygiene & preparation, camp & bushcraft skills, team work, problem solving, conservation & rewilding

Perfect for: low cost, low carbon alternative to overseas expeditions and adventures. Something very different from D of E and centre based activity holidays.

Mission start point:  Confidential. 60km from Bioasis perimeter. RV and Ex-Fil points disclosed once team confirmed and trust established.

Price: £1,035 to £1,135 per person - varies depending on group size. Please contact us for quote.

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BIOASIS Scientific

5 Day Scientific Mission

 

​Suggested recruiting age: 15 - 18 yrs

When: Missions run Monday to Friday, from May to end October.

Mission Objectives: Decrypt codes to locate mission start point and Bioasis basecamp. Detailed wildlife and biodiversity survey work, including working with moth lights, small-mammal traps, bat detectors and wildlife cameras. Mycelium networks and reptile workshops. Conservation volunteer activities including invasive species removal, woodland management and environment clean up. Species ID, referencing and logging. Q&A session with landowner on rewilding and eco-tourism. 

Transport: Walking, canoe

Skills & Learning Outcomes: Surveying and study techniques, Wildflower, woodland and hedgerow habitats. Shoreline, salt marshes and mudflat ecology. Renewable energy circuits, Leave No Trace philosophy, navigation, canoe skills & safety, camera trapping and use of moth lights, bat detecting, flora and fauna ID, search and rescue, plastics, recycling and circular economies, communications, food hygiene & preparation, camp & bushcraft skills, team work, problem solving, conservation & rewilding.

Perfect for: Biology and environmental science cross-curricular outdoor learning, residential study trips, field trips, team building, bushcraft, adventure.

Mission start point:  Confidential. RV and Ex-Fil points disclosed once team confirmed and trust established.

Price: £535 to £625 per person - varies depending on group size. Please contact us for quote.

 
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