nature school for kids



Upcoming dates : 30 November -3 December, 14-17  December  2017

Are you

  • Outdoor and nature loving person?
  • Open to unconventional adventures?
  • Looking to experience simple living?
  • Passionate about encouraging a nature connection for your kids?
  • Committed to give your kids tech-free fun?
  • Excited about outdoor river baths as a family?
  • Comfortable to get dirty in the gardens?

Our 4 days, 3 nights nature school weekend is designed for parents and children to just be in nature and nothing else! Little but meaningful adventures bring the best learning experiences and memories.

There will be half day activities in the mornings, jungle trekking, exploring streams, gardening, making your own herbal medicines, batik art painting and feeding the farm animals.

Afternoons and evenings are unstructured free play time – the most missed experience in our urban lifes now. This is when sticks, stones and anything available become a game for children.

ACCOMMODATION. You will be camping so bring your own tents and sleeping bags. Camping area is covered on the first floor with jungle breeze and views.

MEALS. All meals are included. Dinner is a communal activity daily so everyone will participate in cooking together!

4D/3N package for kids and parents inclusive of camping accommodation, meals and activities.

RM 645 per adult & RM540 per child 3-12 years old

FOC for children 2 and below.

We are accommodating a maximum of three families only for each dates because we like to keep things small and cosy plus our jacuzzi river bath fits small families best!


We also run this program in small groups together keen parents and educators.  Please contact us to work out a program together.

We all have some primitive need to be connected with the environment and especially with children, cultivating a nature connection in their childhood will be a gift that lasts for their whole lives.

10888801_10152765560562740_6247749864549801320_nWith an increasing number of children are seemingly unconnected with the natural world, we feel that our modern society ’s growing dependence on technology and shrinking time spent outdoors is having a negative impact on kids.

In nature, you’re engaged, you’re focused, your brain isn’t applying the brakes anymore.  Whereas a child walking through a crowded mall — their brains are being taxed out.