(JUN/JUL) Young Hikers™ Holiday Camp (3 Days)

  • 29 – 31 May, 9am – 3pm (Registration FULL)
  • 5 – 7 Jun, 9am – 3pm (Registration FULL)
  • 12 – 14 Jun, 9am – 3pm (Selling FAST) (Closing Soon)
  • 26 – 28 Jun, 9am – 3pm
  • 3 – 5 Jul, 9am – 3pm (Waitlist Open)

Day 1 – Mountbatten Square
Day 2 & 3 – Windsor Nature Park/ Lower Peirce Reservoir*


* Transportation is provided from Mountbatten Square to parks for Day 2 and 3. Bus will depart 15 minutes from start time.

Recommended Age
  • 4 – 7 years old (Child must be min. 4 years old by 1 May 2023)
  • Perfect for new explorers!
Instructor to child ratio



$330 (before GST)

$356.40 (after GST)


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  • Transportation from Mountbatten Square (base camp) to parks and meals during the programme are complimentary.
  • We currently provide vegetarian or non-vegetarian meals, and they are no pork and no lard options. Food and snacks provided may contain traces of nuts. We strongly encourage parents to pack their own meals should the child have dietary concerns or food allergies.
  • If you’d like your child to attend the same session as their friends, sign up early to avoid disappointment as there are limited seats available.
  • Due to unforeseen circumstances, there may be slight variations to the programme.
  • Every child has different learning needs. As our instructors are currently not trained to support children with special needs, we seek your cooperation to contact us at letsgo@outdoorschool.sg before proceeding with the registration.

About the programme

Learning Outcomes:

  • Application of outdoor survival and etiquette
  • Ability to understand and spot animals’ homes around us

Learning Focus:

  • Outdoor Learning – Homes of the animals (animal’s habitat)
  • Outdoor Adventure – Outdoor survival and etiquette

Have you wondered where and how our wildlife eats, sleeps and plays outdoors? What would your child do when they come across wildlife during nature walks? Do you worry about your child’s ability to protect themselves or their safety when they encounter wildlife?

This programme provides opportunities to introduce basic survival skills to our young hikers at two different parks – Windsor Nature Park and Lower Peirce Reservoir.

They will have their senses actively engaged and get to meet the lovely residents of the park, like the macaques, the drongos, and even wild boars, under the watchful eye of trained instructors. This outdoor nature programme guarantees our young hikers new experiences and opportunities to challenge their limits and develop an “I Can Do IT (even with my tiny feet)”-spirit.

Disclaimer: All images are for illustrative purposes only and may not fully reflect the actual programme trail or activity held during the camp.

For the health and safety of all children and staff at Outdoor School Singapore, all parents are to inform us immediately if your child or any of your family members are recovering from covid. Our instructors reserve the right to turn away/ refuse participants who appear visibly unwell on the day of programme.

What Our Parents Have To Say

My child enjoyed climbing the tree and splashing in mud for the first time. It's a good experience especially if parents are too busy to take their children into the forest themselves :)


A whole new experience for my child! At home, she shared on different types of plants & animals with personal and hands on experience. The facilitators had done well in instilling self responsibility to the children. Muhaya had been asking to have more trekking in the future and looking forward to the next exciting and adventurous holiday program by outdoor singapore school!



Does my child need to be potty trained?

While potty training can start with children as young as 24-36 months old, every child is different. The programme will include ample opportunities for toileting. If your child is not completely potty trained and requires the use of diapers, please ensure that extra pull-up diapers are packed for use during the programme.

What are the meals options?

We currently provide vegetarian or non-vegetarian meals and they are no pork and no lard options. Meals and snacks provided are complimentary.

What if my child has dietary considerations (e.g. allergy, dietary concerns)?

Food and snacks provided may contain traces of nuts. As such, we strongly encourage parents to pack their own meals should the child have dietary concerns or food allergies.

My child has some learning needs / special needs. Can he / she still join the programme?

Every child has different learning needs. Our instructors are not trained to support children with additional learning needs and as we have a 1:6 staff child ratio, we seek your kind understanding that we may not be able to render the type of additional support required and take in your child for our camps. Safety is an important aspect for us during our programme. If you wish to have someone speak to you on this, please contact us at letsgo@outdoorschool.sg.

Will transportation be provided?

Transportation from Mountbatten Square (Base Camp) to parks during the programme are complimentary. Alternatively, you may choose to pick-up/drop-off your child at the respective parks (of the programme) and this can be indicated at the point of registration.

Is there early bird discount or bundle rate?

Look out for our latest promotions under our programme details page.

What is the refund policy?

100% refund for withdrawal request received at least 30 days before 1st day of programme. However, please note that there will be a service and processing fee imposed by the ticket registration agent. Thereafter, we adhere to a no-refund policy, unless stated otherwise. In the event the programme is cancelled, a full refund will be given.

Where are you located?

We are located at 229 Mountbatten Road, Mountbatten Square (commonly referred to as Base Camp)

What is your operation timing?

We are open Mon-Fri, from 9am to 6pm. Closed on Sat, Sun and PH.

Do you offer Sat/Sun programme?

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What happens if it rains on the day of programme?

All children are required to bring their raincoats during the programme. In the event of light rain, the programme will still take place with the children safely suited up with raincoats. Rest assure that the children's safety is of utmost importance. Hence, during heavy rain and thunderstorm, all outdoor activities will cease and the group will seek shelter at the nearest shelter/pit-stop immediately. Wet weather activities/plans will take place then. All our programme locations have appropriate shelters.

What must my child wear and/or be equipped with to take part in the programme?

All children must be dressed in long-sleeve shirt, long pants and covered shoes. This is to prevent insect bites and protect them from the sun, cuts and scrapes as much as possible. Water shoes may be required for some programmes that has water-related elements. As the programme is held outdoors, please ensure the child has a raincoat prepared. A detailed packing list will be provided to parents upon registration confirmation. Children are to also bring along their water bottles.