Specifically designed for adults with ASD / Asperger's, WilderMe offers a unique getaway full of adventurous, creative and wellbeing activities alongside cozy glamping by the sea.
Join us on an inspiring, fully inclusive, 5 day getaway in the beautiful surroundings of Cawsand Bay. Led by our fabulous activity leaders, experience a host of fun outdoor and creative activities that have been proven to reduce stress and help improve overall wellbeing. From just £399 per person, includes all meals, 8 awesome activities and luxury, geo-dome accommodation.
Build your own retreat
Tailor your own special retreat. Hire our entire glamping site in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with seaviews. Geodomes sleep up to 12 adults, with a communal area and hot water shower.
All profits go towards subsidising places on our autism retreats and keeping WilderMe sustainable... Win win!
Book a Geodome mini break
For the conscious eco tourist why not book a relaxing break in one of our luxurious Geodomes and embark on a personal rewilding experience. Offering stunning sea views, our Geodomes will inspire you to de-digitalise, slow down and rekindle your connection to the natural world.
Prices from £85pn, sleeps 3. Plus all profits help subsidise places on our Autism retreats and help WilderMe remain sustainable 😊
WilderMe, Wilder You
We offer a wide selection of creative, outdoor, nature inspired activities led by our fabulous fully trained Activity Leaders
Everyone needs to find calm from the chaos
Having lived and worked in London for 15 years we can completely empathise how modern life can be overwhelming and feel chaotic.
By understanding the wellbeing benefits from showing compassionate attention to nature and exploring fun activities that help rekindle an ancient connection to the natural world, WilderMe has designed a program that has been proven to calm busy minds and help tribes thrive.
Nature gives us unconditional love
I was a support worker in a residential care home for adults with autism in North London. Having grown up myself in the country I thought a camping trip would be really fun for the residents so looked in to finding something that catered for people on the autism spectrum but I couldn't find anything suitable, so I decided to organise one myself.
We had an awesome time and I started to notice changes to our whole tribe, how we interacted and felt, it was then the penny dropped that nature can really help us to relax and destress making us open to another way of being.
Music, art and a need to be connected to the natural world is part of our DNA
I was always fascinated by the natural world as a young boy, getting up at the crack of dawn to hear the dawn chorus, learning as many British bird calls as possible and keen to identify anything that didn't talk.
My second love was music and as a professional drummer I have been lucky enough to have travelled the world but everywhere I went I always had an urge to explore and nurture my connection to nature.