Borneo Jungle and Humanitarian Aid Expedition

Borneo Jungle and Humanitarian Aid Expedition

Duration: 2-3 weeks

An opportunity of a lifetime: your students can go to Borneo to complete a meaningful, sustainable and long lasting humanitarian aid project that will truly make a difference in people’s lives. Every service project we undertake is unique and is given to us by the local people who desperately need basic resources and help.

The students will also learn Jungle survival skills in the rainforest so that they can cope in difficult situations and be confident in themselves; then they will test these skills in a desert island survival setting on a small island off the north coast of Borneo.

They will also attempt to obtain their Padi Diver open water certificate in the most beautiful and best kept diving secret on the planet, giving them a new skill set and a formal qualification.

Amongst other things they will be educated to GCSE and A-Level standard Biology, Geography, PSHRE and other subjects. They will get to see the hustle and bustle of Kota Kinabalu, the Orang-utan sanctuary at Sepilok and relax on some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.


  • Help raise funds and complete a real life changing humanitarian aid project in the jungle
  • Use jungle tools safely to construct shelters, traps rafts and water craft and weapons
  • Learn one of the most amazing and difficult skills; to navigate the jungle successfully and safely
  • Identify foods, medicines, tools ,weapons and poisons in the jungle
  • Make fire and cook food that you catch and collect
  • Options may include obtaining a PADI Diver open water certificate in beautiful tropical clear waters at one of the best kept diving secret locations on the planet.
  • Go to the Kinabatangan and take river tours to search for some amazing wildlife including the reclusive pygmy elephants and the endangered Orangutan
  • Visit the world-famous Orangutan sanctuary in Sepilok
  • See the hustle and bustle of Kota Kinabalu
  • See the amazing Mari Mari cultural village for a taste of Bornean tribal
  • And perhaps climb the highest mountain in South East Asia ?

Learning Outcomes

  • A true education in selflessness working on a humanitarian aid project to improve peoples lives for the better
  • Learn to really survive on a deserted tropical island! work in teams and compete with one another to win prizes and escape your deadly paradise
  • Learn about culture and language from the native people
  • KS3,4 and 5 Case studies in Geography, The sciences, PSHRE and much more

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