in the outdoors
We are a nonprofit educational organization, and we exist to show as many people as possible that there is much more in them than they think there is.
For more than 15 years, we have been delivering outdoor education courses for school groups, youngsters, and adults.
Outdoor Education Programs
In all our activities, we promote the values of cooperation, compassion, courage, and responsibility.
We have carefully designed our programs to offer the right level of challenge and support to each group of learners.
We are all better than we know. If only we can be brought to realise this, we may never again be prepared to settle for anything else.
I liked to observe how our students are changing while being in new situations, how they help and support each other. I would like to see this approach implemented in regular school curriculum.Professor, Architectural Technical School Zagreb
Outward Bound is really something unforgettable. The things you learn, the people you meet and the skills you acquire are hard to forget. OB is awesome!Grga Cipek, 16-year-old student, Zagreb
I believe my social skills have significantly improved. I made new valuable friendships that still continue. By doing physical activity I gained muscle weight. I gained new skills - reading topographic maps and compass, which I could immediately try out on the field.Participant
...The results exceeded my expectations. I'm positive that this type of experience would be useful to anyone working as a pedagogical worker for the purpose of professional development as well as personal growth regardless of their affinity when it comes to the way of spending leisure time...Margareta Gašljević, Professor
Excellence as a Standard
We follow the highest safety and quality standards guaranteed by the Outward Bound brand.
We are part of an international network of organizations with 80 years of experience in outdoor experiential education. Our instructors have the technical skills for safely delivering outdoor adventure education courses and facilitating students' learning. And yes, some have been to Mt. Everest!