Chango Education

Every day is an adventure

A Unique Camp Experience

Dapeng, Shenzhen

The headquarters of Chango is located in Shenzhen, a gorgeous coastal metropolis in South China. Here, we provide you with various camps each with a different theme. Dapeng New District, located in the southeast of Shenzhen, is surrounded by the sea on three sides, and has a coastline of more than 130 kilometers. Students can experience a variety of water sports here, including sailing, ocean kayaking, surfing, and more. We can also do bonfires, Counter-Strike Games, team games, cooking competitions, etc. We also provide hiking projects through the beautiful coastline: Dongxiyong Coast Crossing, Qiniang Mountain, Bijia Mountain, etc. Whether it’s outdoor exploration, leadership development, or professional sports, we do it all at Dapeng.

Sailing: The Optimist, keelboat, Skiff, Standup paddleboarding, Sea kayaking, Surfing, Snorkeling, Fishing, Hiking, Cooking, Campfire BBQ, Team building, Floor Curling, Escape Room, Camping, Farming, Archery, Counterstrike

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Nankun Moutain, Huizhou

Nankun Mountain has 240,000 acres of virgin forest and 40 acres squared of continuous bamboo forest, known as the “oasis on the Tropic of Cancer”. Among the mountains and villages of Nankun Mountain, our campers can come into contact with the beauty of nature, feel the magic of the natural world, and learn how to get along with their companions.

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First Aid, Building a fire, Building shelters, Water purification, Farming, River trekking, Bamboo Raft Adventure, Catapult, Bow and arrow making, Bamboo Rice ,Cook Wild, Camp treasure hunt, Ultimate Frisbee, Kayak, Paddleboarding, Slacklining, Handcraft DIY

Yangshuo, Guangxi

Guilin’s scenery is the best in the world, and Yangshuo’s scenery is the best in Guilin. Yangshuo is rich in resources for outdoor sports. Yangshuo is a world-class rock climbing place and a natural site for summer camps. Campers will trek in the picturesque scenery of Yangshuo, walk and climb amidst mountains, rivers, forests and cliffs. Outside of the confines of their schools, our campers can get closer to nature. They will step out of their comfort zone and challenge themselves. Ziplining, rock climbing, archery, river trekking, and caving will help them to become braver and more daring. By going through both joy and hardship together, the campers will form closer bonds and mature.

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Rock climbing, Zipline, Airborne, Archery, Fan painting, Camping, Caving, Canyon river trekking, Orienteering, Bamboo Rafting, Bamboo raft making, Li River Kayaking, Yulong River Bamboo Rafting, Tea picking, Tai Chi, Catapult, Hiking

Xiamen, Fujian

Xiamen, a beautiful coastal city known as “the Egret Island”, demonstrates its open and inclusive outlook as “the doorway to China” with its beautiful natural scenery and thriving culture. With its unique blend of foreign architecture, overseas Chinese customs, and Fujian and Taiwanese traditions, this coastal city is one of the cosiest places to visit. With Chango in Xiamen, the campers will learn about nature on a Taiwanese farm. They will also have opportunities to explore Dongfang Mountain and to challenge themselves. By immersing themselves in the academic culture of Jimei University and leisurely strolling on the beach of Huandao Road, our campers will have a chance to find themselves and gain a sense of freedom.

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Tree climbing, Carpentry, Dongfang Mountain Adventure, Combat archery, Beach walk, Intangible cultural heritage, Southern Fujian culture, Puppet art


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Fossil excavation, Geocentric adventure, Exploring FAST, Huangguoshu Waterfall, Bouyei culture, Weaving, grinding rice, Papermaking, Oil-paper umbrella, Wearing Miao clothing, Catching fish in paddy fields, Batik Experience

Guizhou still harbors the most authentic mountain tribes in China. It has the world’s largest and longest natural bridge. Guizhou is covered by the most extensive and dense karst topography, and is home to the largest and oldest village of the Dong people. There are 56 ethnic groups in China, and Guizhou has 49 of them. Karst caves, underground streams, the Heavenly Pit, canyons, needle-like karst, this is a place where the old meets new, and where art and technology are integrated. Here, the campers get to learn and explore astronomy and science, experience a primitive ecological culture, and admire the circle of life.

Huangshan, Anhui

Huangshan City, also known as Huizhou in the past, has one of the most magnificent natural landscapes and rich cultural heritages in China. Our campers will take courses on Huizhou’s culture and history. By looking at Huizhou’s architecture, its ancient houses and village ruins, and by learning about Huizhou’s merchant families, the students will gain new insights and a richer cultural understanding. They will also learn about sculpture, art, clan culture , and much more.

Fossil excavation, Geocentric adventure, Exploring FAST, Huangguoshu Waterfall, Bouyei culture, Weaving, grinding rice, Papermaking, Oil-paper umbrella, Wearing Miao clothing, Catching fish in paddy fields, Batik Experience

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Chengdu, Sichuan

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Panda Volunteer, Treasure hunt in the ancient town, Bifeng Gorge Hiking, Botany, Sichuan Opera “Bian Lian”(face-changing)

Chengdu is a city you will never want to leave once you visit. Times change, but the uniqueness of Chengdu endures across centuries. This is where the ancient Shu civilization meets modern prosperity. From food and entertainment, to poetry and culture, Chengdu has everything. Our campers will dive into the local history and culture, digging into the city, its spirit, and secrets. The ancient Shu civilization, which has been hidden for thousands of years, is ready to be discovered.

The Forbidden City, The Great Wall, Yuanmingyuan Palace, Beijing quadrangle, National Museum of China, Bird’s Nest (National Stadium), Water Cube (National Aquatics Center), Planetarium, Science Museum, Tiananmen Square

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Beijing is one of China’s “Eight Ancient Capitals” and is the city with the largest number of cultural heritage sites in the world. Our campers will come to Beijing to explore its long history, come face to face with the past, and familiarize themselves with the ebb and flow of Chinese history. They will develop their own unique and independent understanding of Beijing’s charm.

Inner Mongolia

Main activities

Desert hiking, Prairie hiking, Tree planting, Camel ride, Desert orienteering, Sandboarding, Tug of war, Making water in a desert, Building a yurt, Wearing Mongolian clothes, Learning Mongolian language, songs, and etiquette, Flying kites, Playing Prairie Football, Shepherd, Horse riding, Wrestling, Archery

There are three kinds of landscape that everybody should see before they die: grasslands, deserts, and oceans. Inner Mongolia has two of them. Children are natural dreamers filled with curiosity; adventure is always on their mind, which motivates them to explore the world around them. Climbing peaks, caving, and crossing the Gobi area: our campers will leave the city and set off into the unknown. They’ll experience the diversity and connections between regional cultures. Thus, the journey will expand their horizons and enable them to become more knowledgeable and tolerant.