Through these experiential activities with a Nature theme, campers will investigate our surrounding river, forest and limestone (karst) ecosystems.
Learn about limestone formations in the largest cave in Peninsular Malaysia. You can choose to stay dry through the first half of the caves and experience the sheer size of the main chambers which have been made accessible to tourists. Or you can join us on a wet adventure crawling the the exciting underground river passage!
This cave is a multi levelled and multi chambered cave with many unique formations within it and was a communist hideout during the war. You can explore the cave with the help of experienced guides and find out for yourself what it’s like to be in true darkness!
This exciting day will take you through a series of fascinating cave systems in which you can explore the many types of rock formations present. We take you through a variety of short cave walks, each with a different ambiance and each presenting different challenges to reach the light.
Experience kampung life as drawn in Lat’s classic “Kampung Boy” (set 10 miles from Earth Camp). Interact with local villagers in a Malay kampung setting while learning to cook lemang and ketupat in bamboo and leaves for a delicious traditional lunch.
Experience our exciting race throughout the kampung area where you will get to see and experience the local surroundings. You will be participating in many activities during the race ranging from gathering specific local items to doing team games while trying to get the fastest time. Lasting a few hours, this race will get your group to really bond as a team and strive to win first place!
The Rafflesia Trek is a species and habitat protection programme that has been developed by the local orang asli community in association with the Malaysia Nature Society. This eco-tourism program aims to protect the habitat of the raffelesia and Raja Brooke butterflies as well as to promote understanding and awareness of the Semai Orang Asli culture. On the trek participants will have to opportunity to see these protected species in their natural habitat as well as visit an Orang Asli village.
A great activity for night or day time that enhances planning skills, creative problem solving and team work while raising awareness and building sensitivity towards our environment.
An active learning session where you discover the profound historical, social, and environmental impact of tin mining in Gopeng. Participants can have a hands on session on “dulang washing” for tin or visit Gopeng Museum and historical sites.