Service work is an essential element to all of our adventures. This provides the students with direct engagement in sustainable development issues. This hands-on approach allows them to witness the challenges faced by communities first-hand, gaining a deeper appreciation for the complexities of these issues. It also enables students to build personal connections with the people in the local communities.

Service Opportunities
  • Wildlife conservation

  • Animal care at a wildlife rescue centre

  • Coral reef and marine ecosystem protection

  • Mangrove forest and freshwater marsh conservation

  • Reforestation and agroforestry

  • Thailand Hilltribe community support

  • Education infrastructure improvement

  • Teaching English

Making a Difference

Our adventures have the potential to be a transformative experience for both the students involved and the communities they engage with. For students, it offers a unique opportunity for personal growth and learning. Moreover, by immersing themselves in the communities, they gain a deeper understanding of societal issues and cultural diversity. On the community side, the projects bring much-needed support and resources, often addressing pressing local challenges.

Service Learning

Our adventures can be a major part of a school's service learning programme. Service learning is an educational approach that combines community service with academic instruction, providing students with real-world experiences that enhance their learning and understanding of various subjects. It is a form of experiential education that goes beyond traditional classroom-based learning and actively engages students in addressing community needs. Students apply their knowledge and skills to tackle real issues and challenges faced by communities, nonprofits, or other organisations

Making Local Connections

Whilst we hope that schools and individuals stay connected to the projects from our adventures, for more than just the duration of the trip, we can also help make connections to linked causes closer to home. When studying rainforest regeneration in Indonesia, why not connect with the reforestation work of the Forestry Commission? If inspired by the work on animal conservation then students could support their local wildlife trust. Volunteering is proven to have a positive impact on our wellbeing, our adventures chould just be the start of a journey.