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Belum – Temenggor Rainforest

Belum-Temenggor’s relatively untouched forest is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna including 14 of the world’s most

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Teaching & Conservation projects : Bordering Taman Negara

Ecoteer run two projects near to Taman Negara, one is focused on the conservation and protection of the animals and plants of the forest whereas

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Volunteer In the Perhentian Islands

We have two main projects in the Perhentian Islands. Help to teach English and help the local Community or protect Sea Turtles. You can also

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Spend 2 weeks volunteering with orangutans & other animals for £845 if you book by 31st Jan 2018!

Provide care for orangutans and other orphaned and injured wild animals who are preparing for rehabilitation and eventual release back to the wild.

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Join one of our unique eco holidays and day tours in Malaysia

Sea turtle Holidays and Volunteering

Help save the sea turtles of Peninsular Malaysia by joining one of our holidays or volunteer programmes.

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3d2n – Belum Rainforest Conservation Holiday

Try out our new Conservation holiday in the Belum Temenggor Rainforest Complex, the premier rainforest destination in Peninsular Malaysia.

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2d1n Jungle Conservation Adventure – Belum or Merapoh

Jungle trekking with a purpose, join our team on poacher surveillance patrols and learn about the amazing animals that poachers so badly want to catch.

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Rainforest Community & Conservation Adventure Project

Live with the Termiar People & explore the wonders of Malaysia’s tropical rainforest.

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Charity challenges are a great way to support causes close to your heart

Charity Challenge – Summit a peak for the Malayan Tiger

Charity Challenge – raise funds for the Malayan Tiger Foundation and support poacher Surveillance patrols in Malaysia.

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Volunteer work in Asia

Volunteer in Asia and Malaysia with Ecoteer where we run volunteer projects on tropical islands to tiger conservation projects in Taman Negara. Each conservation volunteer project is unique and will allow you to help a cause in Malaysia whilst getting to know the people and culture, offering you a meaningful volunteer holiday experience. You can volunteer with tigers, Learn to dive and save turtles, volunteer with Orangutans or even go on an eco holiday.

If you don’t know where to experience a volunteer abroad project then choosing to volunteer in Asia is highly recommended as the routes are backpacker and gap year friendly with many similar travelers on their own voyages of volunteer abroad experiences. 

 

School Fieldtrips and Group Volunteering

One of the best ways to learn is through experiencing.  This is why Ecoteer Responsible Travel has partnered up with Fuze Ecoteer Outdoor Adventures to offer school fieldtrip programmes which are perfect for secondary and tertiary education groups.  Your students can get involved in one of our three projects in Malaysia. But all have four similar elements.

These are

Learn by doing – We get your students actively involved in conservation efforts.

Service learning – the best way to learn and to give back to the local community at the same time

Community projects – The community project depends on what is needed at the time at each of the projects, could be beach cleans, home improvement or school improvement projects

Cultural immersion – All of our projects are based in a local village/community. Your programme will benefit the local community not only by your actions but financially (all food, accommodation and transfers are locally owned) and also through a cultural immersion and exchange between your students and the local children and their parents.

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