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The Untamed Paths
102 reviews
The Untamed Paths was conceived by a youthful bunch of passionate naturalists who believe in taking the learning outdoors. What started out as just a hobby scrambling around tidal pools and sorting out different frog calls quickly turned into a more serious hobby. The team now hope to bring these immersive nature experiences to everyone in Singapore.

What Guests Say

4.9
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376 reviews

The guides, Amy and Aliy, were very knowledgeable and friendly. We had a very good time and learnt so much about the intertidal ecosystem. Our kids loved the experience. Highly recommended.

Maurice Q.

We had the best time with knowledgeable guides who were great with grown-ups and kids alike and enabled us to experience Singapore in a different way.

Karen

Our facilitator Debra is very knowledgeable and shared alot with us. She is also very patient with our little ones' questions and conducted the tour considering everyone's different paces. Thank you

Yashi

Peter was knowledgable, friendly and kind.

Stephanie

Very knowledgeable young guide who knew how and where to search for marine wildlife. However, given that Changi Beach is not big, we found the tour to be a bit overpriced.

Sara

My young kids enjoyed the outing a lot! Definitely something they cannot learn from school. Will want to come back again :)

Geraldine Xiao

Great trip with Yi Ming. Friendly and patient instructor. Tried hard to explain in detail and spot the animals for us. Fun morning out!

Nootan

My daughters & I had a brilliant day with nautilus-they loved the facts & insights rockpooling & also the responsibility of helping do a beach clean up & categorising the debris. The highlight wa...

Emma

Helpful Questions

What are intertidal walks?
Intertidal walks are guided tours that allow participants to explore the intertidal zones along Singapore's coastline. These tours are usually led by experienced guides who share their knowledge about the diverse marine life and natural features found in these areas.
Where can I go for intertidal walks in Singapore?
There are several places in Singapore where you can go for intertidal walks, such as Chek Jawa, Labrador Nature and Coastal Walk, and Pulau Ubin. These locations offer varying intertidal habitats and present excellent opportunities for observing marine creatures up close.
What should I wear and bring for an intertidal walk?
It is advisable to wear comfortable clothes and footwear that can get wet as you may be walking on wet tidal flats and encountering shallow water. Additionally, don't forget to bring sunscreen, a hat, insect repellent, a water bottle, and a camera to capture the amazing sights you will encounter.
Are intertidal walks suitable for children?
Yes, intertidal walks can be a fun and educational activity for children. However, it is important to ensure their safety by keeping a close eye on them and ensuring they follow the guidance of the tour leader. Additionally, children should be comfortable walking on uneven terrain and be prepared for the possibility of getting wet.
Can I explore the intertidal zones without a guide?
Exploring the intertidal zones without a guide is not recommended. These areas are delicate ecosystems, and having a knowledgeable guide ensures that you do not harm the marine life or disrupt the habitats. Moreover, guides can provide valuable insights and information about the intertidal creatures you encounter.
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