Learning can be exciting and experiential at River Safari. Through a multi-disciplinary approach, our programmes connect students with wildlife, plant life, culture, civilisation, environmental science and conservation issues.

Indoor

Enrichment

Rolling with Pandas

River Safari Classroom
45 mins
English
Min 40 people | Max 120 people

Discover all you want to know about our giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia, including how they ended up at River Safari. Learn about their quirks and habits, and see what makes a panda a panda.

 

Local schools Free
Programme fees are excluding admission charges to River Safari
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Saving Giant Pandas

River Safari Classroom
45 mins
English
Min 40 people | Max 120 people

The charismatic but endangered giant panda has become the face of conservation around the world. Find out why the number of giant pandas is in decline and what global efforts have been expended to save them from extinction. Everyone has a part to play in wildlife conservation, even our giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia!

Local schools Free
Programme fees are excluding admission charges to River Safari
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Wild Hub

River Safari Classroom
45 mins
English
Min 40 people | Max 120 people

Did you know that illegal wildlife trade is the second most lucrative crime in the world, after illegal sales of drugs and arms? Find out how animals are illegally traded and what can be done to stop it.

Local schools Free
Programme fees are excluding admission charges to River Safari
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Hot on Trail

River Safari Classroom
English
45 mins
Min 40 people | Max 120 people

Ever wondered how scientists study animals in the river? Dive into this talk as we reveal the exciting world of underwater animal tracking.

Local schools Free
Programme fees are excluding admission charges to River Safari
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Workshop: Be a Panda Researcher

River Safari Classroom
English
1 hr
Min 30 people | Max 60 people

This programme allows you to hone your skills as a Panda Researcher! Visit various stations to identify panda tracks, examine panda poo and paw prints. You'll gain insights into tracking methodology in the wild, and how tracking pandas helps us understand more about these bears and ultimately save them from extinction.

Local schools S$ 8 /person
Programme fees are excluding admission charges to River Safari
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Workshop: Rivers of Life

River Safari Classroom
90 mins
English
Min 30 people | Max 60 people

We've always learnt that rivers are shared resources between people and countries. But how does this translate into the real world? This workshop aims to highlight these dilemmas through simulated village meetings. This session also serves to foster interpersonal skills like negotiation, problem solving and decision-making.

Local schools S$ 8 /person
Programme fees are excluding admission charges to River Safari
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Outdoor

Guided Tours

Amazing Amazonia

Wild Amazonia
English
45 mins
Min 25 people (1 group) | Max 75 people (3 groups)

Before you charge through the world’s most voluminous river, step into Squirrel Monkey Forest to enjoy an immersive experience of the Amazon rainforest in the company of free-ranging monkeys. Journey on to Amazon Flooded Forest to get a sense of the annual flooding within the Amazon forest, which creates a water wonderland where animals feed, play and breed. Watch our giant river otters and manatees in action, and learn more about their unique adaptations to the wet and dry seasons.

Tour objectives are to:

  •  Discover the variety of ecosystems supported by the Amazon, including tropical rainforests and flooded forests
  • Learn interesting information on both terrestrial and aquatic animals in the Amazon
  •  Find out how some animals adapt to the wet and dry conditions in the Amazon
  • Understand conservation issues
Local schools S$ 6 /person
Programme fees are excluding admission charges to River Safari
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Flowing Rivers: From Mississippi to Mekong

Mississippi River
English
45 mins
Min 25 people (1 group) | Max 75 people (3 groups)

Begin your River Safari journey with an exploration of fresh water habitats and the importance of biodiversity. The Mississippi River is up next,  where you'll meet our alligator snapping turtles and the impressive gars! Meander along the world’s longest river, the Nile River, and find out how we keep the voracious and predatory tigerfish with other ‘fishy’ inhabitants such as the strikingly patterned giraffe catfish and African arowana! Along the way, find out more about the ‘mbu’ and its life in the Congo River, the world’s deepest river. Stroll past the sacred Ganges River and learn more about the ‘pot-nosed’ Indian gharials. End your guided tour at Mekong River where awesome giant catfish and giant freshwater stingrays swim leisurely!

Tour objectives are to:

  •  Learn what freshwater habitats are
  •  Discover interesting information on the culture and environment of the world’s most iconic rivers: Mississippi River, Nile River, Congo River, Ganges River and Mekong River
  • Know more about the diversity of aquatic and terrestrial animals supported by the unique ecosystem of each river
  • Understand conservation issues on freshwater habitats
Local schools S$ 6 /person
Programme fees are excluding admission charges to River Safari
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Yangtze Treasures

Yangtze River
English
45 mins
Min 25 people (1 group) | Max 75 people (3 groups)

The longest river in Asia, the Yangtze River supports a diverse variety of animals, including the critically endangered Yangtze alligator, Chinese giant salamander and sturgeon. Uncover the challenges in conserving these species and continue on to Giant Panda Forest to meet Kai Kai and Jia Jia, our well-loved giant pandas. In this climate-controlled biodome, get acquainted with the adorable red pandas and flamboyant golden pheasants, and appreciate their inter-relationship with the giant pandas.

Tour objectives are to:

  •  Learn about the different habitats and environment along the Yangtze River
  •  Discover the special adaptations of animals found in and along habitats supported by the Yangtze River
  • Know interesting facts about some of the inhabitants of Giant Panda Forest
  •  Understand conservation issues in the Yangtze Basin
Local schools S$ 6 /person
Programme fees are excluding admission charges to River Safari
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Fishy Business Behind-the-Scenes Tour

Amazon Flooded Forest
English
90 mins
15 people (1 group) | Maximum 30 people (2 groups)

Amazon Flooded Forest boasts the largest freshwater aquarium in the world and is home to animals such as rotund manatees and giant arapaimas. Engage in some fishy business behind-the-scenes and learn what our dedicated team of aquarists in River Safari do to ensure that their aquatic charges are in the pink of health. Be awed by the massive life-supporting system, learn about the importance of enrichment for animals and get to prepare food for a feeding session!

Tour objectives are to:

  • Find out how water quality is suitably maintained for the inhabitants of Amazon Flooded Forest.
  • Learn how our aquarists maintain high nutritional and enrichment standards for the animals at Amazon Flooded Forest.
  • Get a chance to prepare food for the fish at Amazon Flooded Forest and enrichment feeders for the manatees.
Local schools S$ 11 /person
Programme fees are excluding admission charges to River Safari
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Free & Easy

Free & Easy Visit

Free & Easy Visit

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F.A.Q

10:1 ratio is only applicable for local secondary, local junior colleges, and ITE. This ratio for Every group of 10 paying students, 1 adult is entitled to join either our guided tour or lesson for free. This ratio will only apply when schools meet the minimum number of people required. 
Programme pricing is excluding admission rates to River Safari.
The programme can still go on. However, the school must still pay for the minimum number of people required even if the actual number falls short.
No, please look out for our email to you. If the preferred time selected is available, we will send you a booking confirmation email. If the slot is already taken up, we will email you to advise alternatives.
As River Safari is 85% sheltered, and programmes are held within River Safari itself, the programmes will continue as per normal.