Junior Heroes camp at the gk enchanted farm
Inspire the right mindset for your kids by tackling questions and simple solutions for relevant issues today.
Let them try farming, feeding animals, creating their own social enterprise products like stuffed toys and carabao cheese, and making new camp buddies!
Open to kids 6-12 years old! Our goal is to impart on each child that he/she is never too young to make a difference!
Parents and chaperones are welcome to join as well!
your social impact
By choosing to go MAD, the food you eat and the bed you sleep on generate income for the local community. MAD Travel sees the communities we work with as travel partners, so we also invest in improving infrastructure and training the communities so they can gain skills as tour guides.
|9:00am||Registration & Snacks|
|9:30am||Icebreaker and Camp Briefing|
|10:00am||Reconnecting with the Land: Intro to Agriculture through Animal Feeding & Planting|
|12:00nn||Boodle Fight Lunch|
|1:30pm||Supporting Local: Make your own toys with Plush & Play!|
|2:30pm||Simple Solutions to Plastic Waste with Ecobricks|
|3:30pm||Art Attack! Design your own Superhero|
|Registration Fee||Day Tour|
|PHP 2,200 (Kid) | PHP 1,500 (ADULT)|
|All activities and materials needed|
| Farm-fresh Lunch and AM/PM Snacks|
| Human Nature Bug Spray|
|30% of our profit go directly to GK Enchanted Farm projects|
OASIS Family Room for (4)
Farm Private Room for (4)
Hot / Cold Shower
And invite your travel buddies!
Englishman Dylan Wilk, the co-founder of social enterprise Human Heart Nature, quoted in ‘The Genius of the Poor’.
Or book a private tour for your own group. Email us at email@example.com
Educational programs and corporate packages are also available.
Invite your travel buddies!
GK Founder Tony Meloto, quoted in ‘The Genius of the Poor’.
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Poverty made me timid, hopeless, and afraid. It made me hungry as well. But poverty became my asset to chase my dreams for my family, community, and country. I dream of communities where no one is hungry, where no one is a slave, where no one is homeless or landless in his/her own country.