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Schools WorldwideNov 2017 Enewsletter
Diving in Borneo
Marine Conservation in Action

As we develop our knowledge about land-based conservation issues, it is crucial that we transfer these essential skills and pieces of information to the marine conservation of the vast oceans. The phenomenal photography and production of the latest Blue Planet II series reminds us all how our actions can impact the whole planet.

Marine conservation education is paramount in the battle to protect and preserve ocean life. Engage your marine biologists of the future by connecting them with the professionals and get them involved in some front-line work. Our conservation orientated trips to Borneo offer this hands-on ocean experience alongside shore-based study and adventure. Students will learn important new skills and can even gain their PADI Open Water diving certificate.

We have outlined two suggested itineraries below - both can be tailored to suit your school - and we would be delighted to talk further about both marine and land-based conservation projects.

Schools Worldwide team

Turtle in the seas near Borneo
Reef Rescue in Borneo

Marine Conservation & Jungle Adventure - Fieldtrek

Learn from marine conservation experts as you assist in gathering vital data for their research. Snorkel (or dive if certified) these vibrant reefs to encounter tropical fish, corals, invertebrates and possibly turtles. Understand how to make a positive difference. Trek and camp for four days through the Kiulu Valley, learning key jungle survival skills.

Borneo Diving & Adventure - Explorer

Complete your PADI Open Water course in the crystal-clear waters of Tunku Addul Marine Park before joining NGO Reef Check Malaysia for briefings about coral reef ecosystems and preservation. Take part in marine debris clean up dives and reef monitoring. Learn about orangutan conservation issues and take river cruises and treks for wildlife encounters in the rainforest.

To discuss any aspect of your school’s next project contact the Schools Worldwide team by email or call 01962 302051

Taking pictures of a proboscis monkey  Jungle camp  Diver group in Borneo
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