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School Group

Teaching young people all around the world to preserve our nature and respect local cultures with a fun and interactive program specifically designed for groups wishing to travel in Indonesia.

Our Programs

It is more important now than ever to teach the young generation respect for the planet’s nature and compassion to all wildlife – great and small. That is exactly what we aim to do in our unique Group Volunteer Program with teaching the participants the importance of hard work and the benefits that can be reaped, as well as fun activities and team work.

Our programs can be tailored to fit most sizes and ages of groups and what the group wish to achieve during their time here. We offer a range of community based and animal-based activities from improving enclosures to assisting to teach English to the youths in the local village.

Animal Focused

There are many other activities that can be undertaken, including working on projects such as cage and food enrichments for the animals or building or improving enclosures to give the animal residents a better quality of life at WRC. It can be both rewarding and satisfying for the volunteers to see the final results of their efforts. These activities also encourage teamwork and develop building skills that they may have never experienced before. Supplies and materials will be provided by us, and every group will have an experienced member of staff to lead them to success in their mission.

Community Focused

We encourage the participants to get involved in our teaching activities in the local village as well. The locals love interacting with foreign visitors, and it encourages them to work on their English, an experience that many don't have the opportunity to be involved in. It will also be an eye-opener for the volunteers to witness how less fortunate people live with what is available to them. These activities often develop an appreciation of life and self-worth while experiencing a completely different culture and way of life, often lost in Western cultures.

Fun Activities

Of course, our programs offer as much fun for the volunteers as hard work! We often do introduction activities as a means of getting to know each other, working together, and developing trust amongst ourselves. The group and staff can enjoy a variety of outbound-style activities, which is a great way to develop first impressions and get an idea of the particular characters and personalities of the volunteers and staff. It's a great way to break the ice and ensure a comfortable stay while looking forward to the activities ahead.

At WRC Jogja in our outbound area. Note that you will not have access to the animal area.

Schedules can be adjusted upon request. This program will start at 08:00 am until 12:00 pm.

Hats, sunscreen, mosquito repellent, proper clothes, and notes & pen. 

For birdwatching activities, if you have binoculars, please bring it. 

Snack and lunch, expert leaders, activity supplies

Up to 100 students, plus one chaperones free per 25 students. 

For birdwatching program, ideally, the number of small groups makes activities more intensive.

For more information, please contact us

Birdwatching is best done in the early morning or late evening. Because the bird does its tasks, such as looking for food, in the morning and returns to its nest in the afternoon.

Let's Join the Group Program

If you are interested or would like to know more about our Group Volunteering Program, please Contact Us with as much information as possible about your group. We will be pleased to answer any questions you may have about our program.


Tojeiro volunteered at WRC in 2018 and instantly fell in love. He decided to leave his job in the Netherlands to work alongside our keepers, managing projects and making sure all the animals get the best care possible. During the relocation period, Tojeiro studied animal health management to increase his capacity in the field of animal welfare.