Please read through these questions before sending a booking enquiry
Where are the events based?
We currently our host fully-facilitated experience at our stunning Nomad Basecamp which is nestled in a woodland on a regenerative farm in Snowdonia, North Wales.
We can also travel to your location and facilitate the work as we would on a full package experience (see 'we come to you' for more details),
Is there a minimum/maximum number of attendees?
Our site can host up to 20 people and we can make space for camping. There is no minimum, but the per person price will reflect this.
Can I attend as an individual?
No. These are private events booked by a group of men who all know each other. We are exploring an annual open event for individual men exploring marriage, fatherhood or divorce. If you wish to be informed of this retreat, please sign up to our mailing list below.
What is the investment?
Prices start from £295pp. Our offerings costs less than average and the price will vary depending on group size, chosen activities, food choices and transport. Please contact us for an accurate, customised quote. The average stag do costs £779pp (UK) or £1,208pp (if going abroad). Ours are all-inclusive, so there are not unexpected costs attached. One of our goals is stress-free bookings and events.
What is included?
Our base package includes accommodation, catered vegetarian/vegan food and drink for the duration and full facilitation. Upgrades (such as local organic meat, ancestral fire building, foraging, kayaking & deer butchery) incur a per-person fee that can be discussed during the booking consultation.
What will we do?
Since time immemorial Rites of Passage have been kept secret. Part of the power of the weekend is in the not-knowing, and the shared knowing between the men after the event. Needless to say, the weekend is carefully curated to be fun, meaningful and empowering. All the processes will be invitations, there will be no shaming and men will have a choice of activities on booking (including, for example, paddle-boarding, abseiling, mountain walking, butchery, foraging and drumming).