About our Adventure & Service Trips

The Learning Project Asia field trips for schools have been developed to provide rich and varied recreational, educational and cultural experiences within Viet Nam. We work together with teachers to build unique trips to meet student requirements with a focus on a combination of three elements; Action, Creativity and Service.

Our links with local organisations working in the non-government sector (NGOs) and development allow us to assist your group in accessing service learning opportunities. From participating in and leading language workshops to raising funds and building playgrounds in rural communities, we can assist your student group in working with local communities on projects that benefit everyone involved

All trips contain creative elements matching cultural aspects that the students experience on their trips. We value team building and problem solving and have developed a range of activities that provide fun challenges for students relevant to different age groups from elementary to high school.

Our background in curriculum and project design enables us to work with your school on the pre and post trip activities to create a meaningful experience for students and their local counterparts in Vietnam.

We have also built a dedicated learning platform that can link your students to Vietnamese students in local schools in Hanoi to participate in short photo essay or longer documentary film projects. These projects encourage cultural exchange and friendship building to enhance understanding long before arrival in the country.

We take care of every aspect of in-country planning to ensure the students and teachers alike can enjoy and participate in all trip activities.


Service for all trips include:
  • Pre trip meetings with teachers to design trips that meet their needs
  • Dietary requirements
  • Risk Assessment on all activities
  • Evacuation plans
  • All bookings for transport, accommodation, meals and activities
  • Activity design
Trips include:
  • designing and building challenges (students work in teams using local materials to build rafts, bridges and simple machines)
  • beginner to advanced onroad and offroad mountain bike trips on high level bikes supported by mechanics and led by experienced guides
  • camping, bbqs and campfires
  • hands-on experience of local crafts, agriculture and fishing activities
  • hiking, trekking and orienteering led by experienced guides

Field trips can be tailored to accommodate class groups of between 30 and 100 students for between 1 to 5 days.

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