The big idea for Dynamic Adventures started with two people in a small loft room a long time ago...
We are a Community Interest Company whose main aim is to positively impact the lives of those we work with. We are regulated to ensure that we provide the benefit to the community we were set up to serve and that we invest 100% of our profits back into the company, allowing us to continue our mission.
Now our team works with people providing training for would-be instructors, bringing fun activities to visitors, helping get groups out into the hills, running expeditions for young people through the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and inspiring through the transformative power of adventurous activity.
We offer excellent value, high-adrenaline, fun activities for all ages and abilities at our centre and off-site locally in the stunning South Hams throughout the UK’s mountainous regions and abroad.
Dynamism goes to our core and is a vital part of who we are – our team are keen outdoor enthusiasts who live, breathe and are a testament to the benefits of an adventurous outdoor existence. The instructors put their considerable experience and a commitment towards access to adventure into use within every session, energy and passion enabling them to coach directly to suit individual needs.
We also collaborate with industry specialists who bring a wealth and breadth of additional expertise with them and a trusted freelancer team who are the product of relationships forged over numerous years of working together.
Absolutely brilliant. All the students have been buzzing about it all and each one seems to have a different
I absolutely LOVED the virtual sleepover. It was so fun! I loved the games, activities and especially the
dress up. It was AMAZING!!!!
Our two instructors were both excellent and gave all the children (and adults) and fantastic time. Their calm, and warm guidance, really settled the children and prepared them for the zipline. They really did make the day special. We hope to return soon!
I just want to thank you for the work you’re doing with some of the Devon schools I support; Lipson in particular. You’ve really helped them develop their offer, opening the DofE doors to many more young people than they could have done if you weren’t involved.