- NOLS Wilderness First Responder, April 17-26
- Open Enrollment One, June 12-23
- Open Enrollment Two, July 10-21
Hawaii Wilderness Adventure School is an outdoor adventure and education program for teens. Our mission is to foster a love of the outdoors in young people which inspires environmental stewardship in future leaders. We specialize in custom adventures for school groups (7th-12th graders) throughout the year. We also offer Summer courses for individual students ages 12-16, which are open enrollment. During our courses, explore pristine valleys and swim in waterfall pools. Learn to sail your own boat on Hilo Bay. Discover the biodiversity of the islands at Volcanoes National Park. Visit the Imiloa Astronomy Center and camp on Mauna Kea to study the universe. Snorkel Hawaii’s best reefs. Learn the value of service while restoring native Hawaiian forests. Improve leadership skills through exciting outdoor challenges. Ready for adventure?
On our website you can watch slideshows and videos of our recent adventures, learn more about Hawaiian history and culture, and discover the areas in which we operate . As always, feel free to contact us with any questions. For our most recent updates and news, read our blog and follow us on Facebook!
Have a look at video highlights from East Bay Waldorf School’s 8th grade trip! We spent eight days exploring Waipi’o Valley, Volcanoes National Park, sailing, snorkeling, learning and having a good time.
“My husband and I just watched the video and slide show of the Waipi’o Valley trip. They rocked! Abe had a really good experience on the trip, even though he had been pretty skeptical before going. Maybe we can convince him to go on another trip this summer!”
Parents of Abe B., Kealakekua, HI