You can find out if you have what it takes to win the Hunger Games with this incredible survival training experience. You’ll learn a variety of skills just like Katniss Everdeen, such as mastering the art of hunting with a bow, practicing self defence and martial arts, learning how to use camouflage and making your own Flu Flu arrows! This fun, exciting and safe full-day experience is an unforgettable treat for Hunger Games fans – and at the end of the day tributes from each district will even take part in a final challenge to decide the winner!
The day will begin with a registration of the tributes at 10.00am. It's probably a good idea to arrive at 09.30am - late arrivals may miss out on important hints and tips for the day! After registration you will be allocated a district; specialist equipment and clothing will then be issued. You will then be escorted to a training area where your awesome day begins.
Throughout the day you will learn a variety of skills needed to survive the Hunger Games – learn how to use camouflage and become invisible to your enemies, master the art of hunting with a bow, aim for specially made targets, build yourself a shelter to protect you, practice self defence and martial arts, learn how to track your food and make your own Flu Flu arrows.
Lunch will be at approx 12.30pm - drinks are provided but please bring a packed lunch. You will resume at approx 1.15pm. At the end of the day, a final challenge will decide the winner. Please note that the days events can be subject to change during inclement weather and times of year. However all participants will receive a souvenir to take home, a memento of your truly fantastic day. The day will end between 15.00hrs and 17.00hrs - finish times will be advised at the point of booking and again in your confirmation email.
This experience is available at East Sussex:
East Sussex (South East) - Crowborough
Your voucher is valid for 10 months. This package is for one person. This experience is available selected dates week-round. Minimum age is 10 years. The experience runs from approximately 10am – 5pm, however during winter times will vary depending on daylight hours. Please note that the days events can be subject to change during inclement weather and times of year. Your day will be in woodland, and you will get a bit dirty so please bring suitable clothing, including sturdy walking boots (trainers are ok but may get muddy!), gloves (not mittens), waterproofs, warm hat, jumper/warm top in case it turns cold and a packed lunch. If you have a small rucksack, bring it with you as you may be able to use it in your training (as in the film!). Please note there is no disabled access. Please note this is a very busy day with lots of activities to cover, and whilst the supplier will make every effort to include all the activities listed, it is very much dependant on the time of year, the weather and the progress made by the groups during their day. The supplier reserves the right to change some of the activities to ensure everyone has a great day. All dates are subject to availability.