From flying down the longest flying fox in Malaysia, to teaching English to primary school students, to trekking through the rainforest and caving – we have been creating exciting and educational school fieldtrip programmes since 2008. Our speciality is developing the ultimate programmes for international schools in SE Asia.
All of our fieldtrips are focused around conservation, community development projects, optional outdoor activities and hands-on experiential and service learning.
We have four fieldtrip programmes in Malaysia, focused on sea turtle conservation in the Perhentians, the rainforests of Perak, and tiger conservation near Taman Negara. In Sri Lanka, we run a fieldtrip with our partners at an elephant sanctuary, and in Java, Indonesia, your students can join us at our orangutan and wildlife rescue centre.
All of our fieldtrips include options to interact with local people. We try to develop our projects to benefit and work with local communities. Our programme in the Perhentians is a community-based conservation project.
All of our fieldtrips include options for outdoor activities, including white water rafting, caving, kayaking, rainforest trekking, cave tubing, rock climbing, zorbing and much more!
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Find out about our different programmes in South East Asia: