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We highly recommend Ma Da Nature Reserve for this nature exploration program. This reserve provides a wide range of opportunities for students to learn about and experience the natural world in a real-world context. By designing a customized itinerary based on the specific needs and interests of the students, we can create a tailored lesson plan that is both engaging and educational. From learning about plant and animal species to understanding the importance of conservation efforts, this program will provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the natural world and its significance.
Ma Da Nature Reserve is a protected area located 80 km from Ho Chi Minh City in Dong Nai Province, Vietnam. Covering an area of approximately 20,000 hectares, it is home to a diverse range of plant and animal species, including many rare and endangered species such as the Black-shanked douc langur. The reserve is characterized by its dense forest canopy, pristine waterfalls, and scenic hiking trails, making it an ideal destination for nature exploration and wildlife-watching activities. Ma Da Nature Reserve is also committed to conservation efforts and sustainable tourism, making it an ideal location for educational field trips that promote environmental awareness and appreciation.
– Hiking under the green forest canopy.
– Learn about the plants and wildlife of Ma Da Nature Reserve via question field trip form.
– Learn the basics of survival skills from expert
|ITINERARY 1 (1D)|
|08:20||Dong Nai Culture and Nature Reserve|
|08:30||Practice forest hiking skills,
Understanding the forest ecosystem – Learning topic
|11:00||Visit War zone D|
|13:00||Learn basic survival skills|
|14:00||Depart for Saigon|
|16:30||At school, see you on the next trip|
Don’t miss out on the opportunity for your students to have an unforgettable [1 Day] Field Trip to Ma Da Nature Reserve for a Nature Exploration experience. Email us now and give your students a chance to connect with nature and learn valuable lessons outside of the classroom.
Students should wear comfortable and appropriate clothing and footwear for walking and exploring in a forest environment. Long pants, closed-toe shoes, and hats are recommended. It's also important to bring sunscreen, insect repellent, and plenty of water.
Activities can vary depending on the program, but typically include guided walks or hikes through the forest, observations of plants and animals, interactive lessons on ecology and conservation, and hands-on activities like nature crafts.
Yes, safety is a top priority for forest class programs. Trained guides and educators will accompany the students and ensure that all activities are conducted in a safe and responsible manner. It's important for students to follow all safety guidelines and instructions provided by the program organizers.