Marine Environments: The outdoor environment is the perfect classroom for the study of the natural world. The programs are designed to introduce the students to the wonders of the natural world in a fun, adventurous and scientific way.
The student will travel to several location around the Langkawi islands and focus on the differing rainforest, flora and fauna, marine with a graduation of rivers to estuaries to shoreline to sea grass and to coral reefs. They will learn the connection between the land and the sea and how what happens on land will affect the sea and subsequently the livelihoods of those that depend on the sea, be it the farmers, fisherman or the tourism industry that Langkawi depends on.
They will learn aspects of biomimicry and participate in a workshop. They will conduct reef checks and other surveys and develop conservation project that they will continue to measure with all subsequent groups. They will discuss larger environmental issues like global warming and the effect that it will have on the delicate coral life.
3 Days 2 Nights Program
- A new appreciation of their environments
- Understanding the interconnectedness of nature
- How up stream activities effect down stream and marine life
- Understanding environmental issues
- Learn the scientific method
- Develop a biodiversity database
- Undertake conservation project
- To become stewards of the islands
- Learn aspects of biomimicry
Arrival at Langkawi
Meet and greet with JungleWalla Representative
Transfer to hotel
Check in and rest
06.00pm: Talk by JungleWalla Speaker
07.30pm: Dinner & Briefing by JungleWalla
Early breakfast at the hotel
07.30am: Briefing by JungleWalla and trekking preparation
07.45am: Starts Jungle Trekking.
12.30pm: Lunch and rest
02.30pm: Environment appreciation program. (Conservation program)
07.30pm: Dinner & rest
09.00pm: Talk by JungleWalla Representative
10.30pm: Program ends
Breakfast at the hotel
09.15am: Room check - pack up
10.00am: Cable Car Ride
11.15am: Cable car down
12.00am: Back at hotel for check out
13.30am: Coach Transfer
Hornbill Counting Project -the birds over there!!
Hornbill Counting Project -look for Hornbill pass by the hills
Group Picture – Good job everybody
Hornbill Counting Project
Ready for planting the trees
Digging the hole for tree planting
Briefing before the project started
Take a break – swimming at Seven Well