Entre Ramas Aventuras offers school children a wonderful leisure and adventure activity outdoors. As well as fun and entertainment, these activities can encourage students psychometric capacities, personal improvement, and team building.
Multi-adventure circuits in the tree tops and with varying degrees of difficulty so that everyone can find the right route for their age and physical condition. From the easiest and lowest-level circuits for beginners to the highest and most daring for the most adventurous.
Climb right to the top safely, move from branch to branch, see and discover the forest
environment, find yourself, get to know the eco-system that surrounds us, learn to respect nature; these are just some of the things that you will be able to do during this fun adventure for all ages.
Our multi-adventure activities have been created for students ranging from year-3 Primary School through to High-School. This incredible adventure helps to improve knowledge of the environment and of the area’s flora it is a good example of a sustainable business and it helps to develop motor skills, personal improvement, and self-confidence, as well as team building skills and respect for the local environment and safety regulations.
In addition to the multi-adventure circuits, we also offer:
Multi-adventure circuits + nature class
The nature class consists of a combination of activities (students are divided up into groups led by monitors), via which, using games, short stories and tales we introduce the students to the local flora. All this takes place within the same area in the Roche pine forest. The students complete the circuits during the morning, with a break for lunch (picnic); and the nature class takes place in the afternoon.
Security is our primary commitment. For this reason, Entre Ramas Aventura was built in accordance with European Construction Regulation EN 15567-1, and it is managed in accordance with European Regulation EN 15567-2. An independent company revises and certifies the state and security of our installations every year. In addition to our adherence to this strict regulation, our installations have an innovative system called “continuous lifeline” that prevents the participant from unhooking themselves from the lifeline. A continuous steel cable runs from the first obstacle to the last, making sure that the participant is safe from start to finish.
..a harness, two karabiners, and a pulley, all of which are approved under European standards. Each karabiner has a different function: one is a classical karabiner that the participant can open and close; and the other is a special karabiner designed for our continuous lifeline security system. The karabiner is hooked onto the main steel cable (lifeline) at the start of the circuit, and is then never unhooked until the circuit is complete. Each time the participant reaches the end of an obstacle, an opening in the karabiner enables them to move on to the next obstacle without unhooking from the lifeline. This system enables maximum safety with zero risk of falling. The participant is able to move from tree to tree in total safety.