A field trip in Vietnam is a great opportunity to get students to engage in really active outdoor pursuits, in a breathtaking environment that will motivate your students to push themselves outside of their comfort zone and try and achieve in areas they may have previously thought impossible.
Climbing up a rock face in Ha Long Bay, or trekking to the highest peak of Indochina in Sapa; a cycle ride through rice paddies, or a kayak journey through the Mekong Delta; with The Learning Project Asia, we combine jaw dropping destinations with activities and experiences that will last a lifetime. All destinations we provide can incorporate active components to some degree but obviously some are better suited than others.
“Thanks again the Learning Project for organizing a great trip. They offered a variety of activities that allowed every student to feel challenged and leave with a sense of accomplishment. Several students have reflected that our trip was the highlight of the school year.”
Dan Slaughter, Teacher at Hanoi International School
With our partners we make the best use of local knowledge and western trained professionals. Treks and hikes are led by local experts whose way of life depends on knowing their environment inside out and who have been extensively trained by our staff to understand the unique needs of each school group, including the ages and ability of your students. More technical activities rely on western professionals, and our partners for activities such as rock climbing are always trained and certified to western standards of safety.
As with every aspect of a Learning Project Asia trip, our careful eye is cast over every step of the way. We understand the concerns of teachers, and the risk of international travel with students, but we passionately believe that we can provide students with the experience of a lifetime in an unforgettable setting, without compromising on the highest standards we keep in any way.