Youth Program Overview


Asia Pacific Adventure (APA) has been organizing and delivering memorable youth programs for over 20 years. We specialize in creative, customized programs designed to meet the specific outcomes for each organization-based on a school’s curriculum or simply providing an opportunity to widen horizons and offer valuable life experiences. More than 30,000 students have been on APA programs with numbers growing every year. Our clients include over 40 prominent international schools and youth organizations throughout the region.

Keys to Our Success

  • Ensuring a highly stimulating and interactive environment to engage students of all learning styles.

  • Promoting experiential learning – learn by doing!

  • Encouraging participants to challenge themselves.

  • Using dynamic, creative reflection and review techniques.

  • Ensuring highly qualified and experienced facilitators – with a high staff to student ratio.

  • Offering a diverse range of program locations and activities.

Goals for Student Participation

  • Developing new skills in a safe and supportive environment.

  • A strengthened sense of belonging and bonding within the group through team building and team participation.

  • Accepting challenges and discovering the value of risk taking.

  • Increased appreciation of nature and an increased awareness of environmental concerns.

  • Development of interpersonal skills such as communication, leadership ability, group and personal responsibility.

  • Having fun in an interactive, high impact and memorable setting.

The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

We offer customized programs designed to meet the expedition requirements of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award or other similar award schemes. Whether it is an expedition by foot or kayak, an exploration with research or study, or any other adventurous journey, we can provide the support and experience needed for your group to have a safe and successful trip.

Service Learning

Asia Pacific Adventure is pleased to incorporate service elements into any program from an activity that lasts a few hours to multi-day programs. Service activities can range from building and painting projects, to cultural exchanges and environmental cleanups.