“I really enjoyed myself on the nature walks, especially the river one. I saw many birds including a kingfisher and a parrot… We also hiked up a mountain and saw many colourful butterflies. I would love to go for another nature adventure with Khoj-aao! They made the sessions fun and interesting.”

– Jay (age 8)

Young Explorer’s Club

February 2019

Young Explorer’s Club

Young explorers (ages 5-12) have the opportunity to explore different ecosystems over the 6-week session. Using high-quality tools and equipment, they will participate in interactive nature-related activities and games to observe, learn and discover more about Goa’s backyards. Sessions are hands-on with a focus on experiential learning methodologies. Custom-designed for 6-10 explorers, they are held weekly or bi-monthly in the afternoons. Topics include: Leave No Trace, exploring with binoculars and magnifying glasses, observing with our senses, discovering river ecology, sounds on a silent, navigation with compasses, and interactive art + nature activities. Sessions include a walk, activity and picnic. Parents are welcome to join to explore, learn and share.

Our experiences are 100% SAFE: Slow, Adventurous, Fun and Educational. Every experience is led by a professional Wilderness First Aid certified nature guide. COVID-19 precautions are in place to ensure walks are safe and comfortable for all. As a responsible tourism operator, we take things slowly and with care.

Using binoculars to explore the birds of Goa.




5 locations across Bardez, North Goa

Group Size

Small groups of young explorers (ages 7-10)


5 sessions held weekly or bi-monthly


Mornings / Afternoons (2 hour sessions)

Trail Type

Plateau, river and forest ecosystems


Guided walk exploring local flora and fauna, Wilderness First Aid certified guide (with First Aid kit), high-quality adventure equipment (binoculars, compasses, magnifying glasses!), interactive activity based on topic, and detailed packing list


₹5500 for 5 sessions.

A fiddler crab during the low tide in the mangroves.

Group huddle during an interactive nature-game.

Experiential activities enhance environmental learning.