Let Your Kids Experience Green Camp at AYANA Bali Resort These School Holidays

Many of you will know about Bali’s famed Green School in Ubud, what you might not know is that there is also a Green Camp Bali, a “wall-less” camp located in Ubud offering immersive nature experiences.
Green Camp Ayana - Bamboo egg slide

For the first time ever, Green Camp Bali is stepping out of Ubud and partnering with AYANA Bali Resort to offer daily Green Camp AYANA programs for children aged 7-12 years old during December. 

The daily camps have been designed by experienced facilitators and the activities will develop your child’s sustainability knowledge and awareness, and teach them survival skills, all while having a great time! 

The daily camps can be booked as either single or multiple days, and are full of fun and educational activities that will see your child come away with new skills and great memories. 

From shelter making, to natural dying, to nature scavenger hunts and so much more – the camps are packed with education and skill learning, disguised in fun and adventure! 

These daily camps are running from December 12-16 and December 22-26 and are open to all 7-12 year old- whether you live in Bali or are just visiting for holidays.

Check out on the available classes and dates below:

Green Camp Ayana - multi-day adventure Schedule

Get in early though as there are only spaces for a maximum of 20 explorers each day. The fee for the camp is 1,870,00 Rp++ per day and includes all activities, materials, lunch & snacks from 9am to 4pm at AYANA Bali Resort.

Parents, this is also a great excuse for an adults only activity day, while your little ones make new friends and learn new things! 

See their website for bookings & to learn more about the camps. Check out latest updates by following their Instagram account.

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