Templar II Associates: Jungle / Bush Warfare and Survival Training 

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Physical Location

The Templar Jungle Training Facility is situated in the Utuado mountainous  region of Puerto Rico, roughly in the center of the Island some twenty five miles north east of the town of Castaner. The camp is approximately 2,000ft above sea level allowing for cool evenings and comfortably warm days free from humidity.

Driving time to the facility from San Juan's  Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport is 2 1/2 hours

Cellular telephone connection is available in the camp

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Spray and mist mingle to mark the course of the mighty Tanama river as it tumbles down a mountainous gorge, deep within the Caribbean Rainforest. It is within the gorge that nestles Templar's Remote jungle facility.


The Templar II Remote Jungle training camp is nestled in an almost impregnable gorge beneath double canopy rainforest representative of many traditional conflict areas including the DRC, Uganda, parts of Central and South America and many Island Nations. It is situated on the banks of the Tanama River on the outer fringes of the Caribbean. The open-air camp is constructed of timber and natural materials found in the jungle. It comprises kitchen facilities, ablutions, lecture facilities, fireside chat facilities and much more. The area in which the camp is situated is wholly owned by Templar II Associates and covers a vast track of hugely challenging mountainous terrain in which can be found thickly covered, meandering streams, deep, fast flowing rivers and cascading waterfalls. The area in which the camp is situated is considered a "friendly and safe habitat", free from poisonous snakes and dangerous animals.

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The Templar II and Associates Remote Jungle and Wilderness Training Facility is an American owned company which specializes in conducting jungle and Africa specific counter insurgency training for NATO special operations forces and other military units at its remote jungle facility in the Caribbean. Instructors include American, British and African born specialists with over 50 years cumulative experience operating in Africa.  They include specialists in Africa specific pseudo and surrogate operations. Highly qualified medical staff are on hand at all times for the duration of all courses. The company recently opened its facility to both Government and Non-Government Aid agencies and corporate enterprises for whom jungle assimilation or Africa specific courses for its staff members would be critical.