Bear Grylls Explorers Camp FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ

Check in is from 3pm while check out should be before 11am.

Each cabin has a double bed with single bunk above. So, a maximum of 3 people per cabin.

Yes, each cabin contains a bathroom with shower, toilet, hand basin and mirror.

Yes, we do provide towels.

We provide toilet paper, but you should bring your own soap, shampoo etc.

Yes, we provide bottom and top sheets, pillowcases and fleece blankets. The mattresses and pillows are also covered with protectors.

Yes, our cleaning team will sanitize the room and make up beds before guest check in.

Each cabin contains an a/c unit to keep cabins cool. You may feel cold during the winter. Please ensure you bring warm clothing for the evenings.

Due to the lack of infrastructure in the mountains we can’t offer WIFI for guests. There is a strong mobile signal to use your roaming data.

We provide a small fridge, kettle, storage space, camp chairs, crockery, cutlery and serve wear. Outside the cabin you’ll have a picnic table with bench seating, shade, waste bin and BBQ grill.

We have a utility room with sink, a microwave to heat your food and a dishwasher to wash crockery and cutlery. There is a reception area with small shop selling drinks, snacks, charcoal, firewood and other popular items. We have a fully equipped first aid room, a briefing room, storerooms and security room. There is also a bathroom unit for our activity guests.

Yes, as well as 24-hour security, one of our first aid trained staff will be at camp at all times.

You will have to carry your own bags to the cabin.

No, smoking is only allowed outside. You should dispose of your butts responsibly.

Yes, we have dedicated cabins for dog owners. We allow a maximum of 2 dogs per cabin.

Yes, all dogs should be sociable and toilet trained. Vaccination cards must be produced at check in. Dogs are not allowed on beds. Dogs must be kept on a leash at camp. Ensure your dog does not urinate on vehicles, buildings and other permanent structures. Clean up after your dog.

No, please bring your own.

Yes, there is a small fridge in your room for food and drinks or you can pre-order a BBQ pack prepared by 1484 by Puro.

Yes, each cabin has a BBQ grill outside. We provide a BBQ tool set containing spatula, knife, fork, brush and tongs. 

No, you can bring your own or purchase from the camp shop.

You are free to bring your choice of drinks. Transporting and consuming alcohol is strictly at the client’s own risk.

Yes, but only in the fire pits. 

Firewood is available at the camp shop or you can bring your own.

As well as our range of Bear Grylls survival courses we offer trekking, rock climbing, bouldering, via ferrata tours, abseiling, e-bike rentals and a number of other exciting options. Please ask our staff for details and availability.

The safety of our guests is our highest priority. We follow all Local and International procedures and guidelines to protect guests staying at camp. During activities we comply with all ATTA COVID-19 Health & Safety guidelines.

Dear guests,

Thank you for helping us create some amazing memories during this season at Bear Grylls Explorers Camp!

The camp is now officially closed until September 2022. During this summer we will be building new and engaging adventures and courses as part of our ongoing efforts to provide exceptional guest experiences.

A new and improved set of adventures await you for the upcoming season and we can’t wait to welcome you back.

“The spirit of a survivor: positivity, courage, determination, and resourcefulness” – Bear Grylls

See you all in September!
-Team Bear Grylls Explorers Camp