Megan Hine is a survival consultant, celebrity expedition leader adventure catalyst and author.

Her vast wealth of experience and knowledge, gained from leading hundreds of expeditions and consulting for TV survival shows across the globe enables her to organise unique experiences for clients to untouched and wild places.



About Megan:

Megan has spent time working and living with native communities all around the world, from the San bushmen in Africa to the Sami reindeer herders in the Arctic to the Iban jungle dwellers in Borneo and many more.

Most of her expeditions involve working closely with native peoples and she always aims to support local communities where possible.

Megan’s primal drive to travel and explore means she can often be found breaking trail through waist deep snow, swinging in her hammock in the depths of a jungle or sharing stories sat around a campfire under the desert stars.

Megan’s Knowledge and skills make her a world leading expert in all aspects of remote wilderness area expeditions, survival and TV filming.


Lead, Explore, Survive


From her first forays into mountaineering, survival and bushcraft instruction she has been fascinated by the way the human mind deals with the hostile wilderness environment. Megan has become fascinated with exploring the psychology of Survival, building resilience and an understanding of mindfulness through extreme situations.

Megan firmly believes that “In the wilderness the only person you are in competition with is yourself. You should constantly strive to be better, to push your own limits and explore your own relationship with the environment.”

Megan’s guiding style not only takes into account the physical hardship the body endures but uses her exploration into philosophy and psychology to help clients achieve goals they never thought possible. Megan strongly believes that gaining the mind of a survivor in the wilderness gives clients an edge when they return to their normal lives, be this in the board-room or in front of TV cameras.

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