Outdoor Education

Jul/Aug Dec/Jan

13-18 years

With its jungles, beautiful beaches and rich culture, Bali is the perfect place for your students to immerse themselves in a different way of life.

This tour offers three nights of camping where students will learn about self-sufficiency and leadership, including using camp equipment, setting up tents and outdoor cooking.

Highlights also include visiting a local NGO to understand more about protecting Bali’s marine life, a sunrise trek of Mount Batur and a bicycle tour through the back villages in Bali to understand the Balinese way of life.


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Arrive into Bali, transfer to Sanur and meet your expert Haka Educational Tours guide.


On your fist full day in Bali you will start the day with a beach clean at Semawang Beach. In the afternoon you'll visit a local NGO, Coral Triangle Conservation, where you learn about marine protection and wildlife.


Just after midnight students will begin trekking up to the summit of Mount Batur in the dark for sunrise. After heading down the mountain students will visit the Toya Bungkah hot springs to rejuvenate and relax.


Today students will transfer to a campsite where you will stay for the next three nights. Students will learn how to set up their tents and about campsite management, as well as taking part in campsite crafts. After setting up, students will take in a half day tour of temples and local attractions in the area.


Today you will hike through a village in the Sangeh area admiring the Balinese way of life. Discover the Holy Monkey Forest and see the homogeneous Pala (nutmeg) Forest. Explore the Penet river floating on a tube then take part in team building games and tree planting.


Explore the back roads of villages by bike today. Learn the importance of Subak as an ancient water irrigation system and about caring for the environment. In the afternoon students will have the opportunity to try abseiling and rappelling.


This morning students will take part in team activities including fishing and presenting ideas through painting. They will also take part in a cooking class before an afternoon visit to some of Bali's most famous temples, including Taman Ayun and Tanah Lot.


Explore Pura Luhur, the famed temple in Uluwatu. At sunset experience a traditional Kecak fire dance performance on the beach and have dinner at Jimbaran Bay.


On your last day on tour you will transfer to the airport and depart Bali for home.


Flights, transfers and transport

Mix of hostel, 3 star quad share hotel and camping accommodation

Daily breakfast, lunch and evening meals

Expert Haka Educational Tour guide

Activities as per itinerary


Students will:

  • Develop leadership skills through personal challenge, planning and responsibilities on tour
  • Gain insight into a different culture and way of life
  • Learn campsite craft and management
  • Learn about local environmental initiatives through direct involvement


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