CONNECTING PEOPLE
WITH NATURE

Groups

Schools, Universities & Corporates

If you are in a group or want to organise a school trip or even company programme, then you are with the right people. Fuze Ecoteer have many years of experience in offering fieldtrip programmes and group travel. You can learn more here.

Volunteering

Marine, Rainforest & Wildlife Care

Join us for Conservation and Community Volunteering. You can help to protect sea turtles in the tropical paradise islands of Perhentian. Or, go trekking for conservation in the world’s oldest rainforest. If you are an animal lover, then you can care for rescued animals such as orangutans, sun bears and other wildlife. Fuze Ecoteer runs volunteer projects for Marine and Rainforest conservation in Malaysia.

Our impact since 2012

FE is a social enterprise that has been around since 2012, this is our environmental and social impact since our start​

3,467

Corporate participants
since 2012

145,749

Turtle eggs saved across
2 nesting beaches

6,592

Volunteers at our
projects in Malaysia

4,478

School students in
our programmes

0
Animals rescued

 from the wildlife pet trade and 43 released back to the wild at our partner site .

RM 0 mil
Given to local communities

through their services like cooking lessons, meals and transport

0
Cigarette butts

45,384 plastic bottles picked up

WHAT WE DO

We lead and create educational programmes and conservation projects  that helps create a positive impact to our environment. But, most importantly making it engaging and fun for everyone!

OUR projects & Partners

All of our projects are conservation and environment focused. However we believe that environmental protection starts with the people.

our Clients + Sponsors

We would like to thank our clients as without them we would not be able to have the impact we do.

Connecting people with nature blog


Follow our blog to learn how to connect more with nature in SE Asia.

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