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They learn and have fun!

Grupo de niños y niñas de los Campamentos de Sendaviva posando para una foto grupal.

There are many schools that visit us. The boys and girls will take away unforgettable memories of camaraderie and fun. And, almost unintentionally, they will acquire a lot of very useful knowledge for their school activity and their future.

Camp children observing the birds on the Aviary Trail.

Our classroom is the whole park, in every corner of its 120 hectares we find a place where we can observe, be amazed and learn in a fun and interactive way in direct contact with nature. A very good tool to reinforce or complement what has been learned in the classroom.


Price per student from...
6 From 100 students
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Camp children playing at the Los Cangrejos attraction.

Sendaviva's workshops are designed to approach the concepts of each subject in a fun and entertaining way, which awakens the interest and curiosity of the students, promoting the scientific method, the critical spirit, observation and teamwork.


Activities and workshops for the 2022/2023 academic year may vary. Consult info@sendaviva.com


  • Animals of the 5 continents (Path of Exotics)
  • Animals of the Farm (for infant and special education students).

+ 2€


1st Cycle of primary school

Through observation and with the help of a dichotomous key, students will learn to distinguish various types of tracks, the differences and similarities between them, and the groups of animals to which they belong.

+ 3€

Curricular contents

  • Initiation to scientific activity.
  • Experimental approach to some questions.
  • Direct and indirect observation of animals.
  • Classification according to observable elements, identification and denomination.
  • Main groups of animals.


2nd Cycle of primary school

Students will learn to identify, analyse and classify different traces and remains of biological material (feathers, eggs, hair, footprints, etc.); extracting as much information as possible about the species or animal group to which it belongs, sex, age, time in which the trace was left, etc.

+ 3€

Curricular contents

  • Experimental approach to some questions.
  • Use of different direct and indirect sources of information.
  • Direct and indirect observation of animals.
  • Recognition and classification of living beings.
  • Interest in the observation and study of all animals.
  • Habits of respect and care for animals.


3rd Cycle of Primary School

Through the game, students will learn the main causes of the extinction of the most endangered species of the peninsula, and the possible solutions to stop their disappearance.

+ 3€

Curricular contents

  • Interest in the observation and rigorous study of all living things.
  • Habits of respect and care for all living beings.
  • Relationships between living things. Food chains. Populations. Communities and ecosystems.
  • Characteristics and components of an ecosystem. Human beings and biodiversity. Species extinction.


1st cycle of secondary education

The students will investigate a "scene" where they will find a set of related tracks. With the help of the instructor and a field guide, they will learn to measure and analyse the footprints; they will be able to identify not only the species to which they belong, but also the characteristics of the author of the footprint (sex, age, size, type of step...) and the circumstances that led to the scene.

+ 3€

Curricular contents

  • Scientific methodology. Basic characteristics.
  • Experimentation in Biology: obtaining and selecting information from the selection and collection of samples from the natural environment.
  • Systems of classification of living beings.


2nd Cycle Secondary

Students will learn about the functioning and components of an ecosystem. They will learn about the main threats facing species today, and the impact, direct or indirect, of human actions on them and their ecosystem. They themselves will try to propose possible solutions to stop their disappearance.

+ 3€

Curricular contents

  • Structure and dynamics of ecosystems. Abiotic or biotic factors. Factors that trigger imbalances in ecosystems.
  • Ecosystem component: Community and biotype. Habitat and ecological niche. Trophic relationships: chains and networks.
  • Ecosystem, population and community self-regulation. Impacts and valuation of human activities on ecosystems. Actions that favour the conservation of the environment.