Christ the King Science and Technology College
Potatan, Muntinlupa City

Samarlika provides a unique opportunity and expertise training and the gear to ensure that young students will learn through outdoor and indoor activities. One of its undertakings that will impart to the students is “Ang SAYA Camp”. SAYA meaning Student Advancement, Young Achievers, is a fun-filled learning and collaborative school based camp prepared for students.

Young students are feeling the most pressures, there is a way to give students a sense of  “out from their comfort zone”  or the traditional  school setting,  the students  given a fresh start to achieve something new from their younger age.

Based camping is a challenging and empowering the maximum potential for young students  by achieving a successful outcomes in both hard and soft skills. Students gains a sense of achievement and comes away having a better sense and respect for themselves.

The activities provide fun while creating lifelong memories.

It was handled and run carefully, with intention to clear objectives and safety standards by credible instructor.



A common misconception in rappelling is that, it is only for fun, and thrill-seekers of all kind. Thus, this often under appreciated by non-adventure seeker, too. But it can be used in an emergency situation and one that could potentially save life one day.

Absolutely no experience is necessary and they provide all the training needed to go. Over the edge.

Looking down from the top of a tall building and people feel uncomfortable, but logically participants remain perfectly safe. However, what if taking the stairs or elevator was not an option?

What if a structure fire, earthquake or other dangerous event made it impossible to escape a building by normal means. The sort of scenario may be unlikely, but it would be ideal to know how to descent safely from aforementioned top or roof, Unless you have experience in rappelling and by using improvise  materials  and as with other emergency survival techniques everybody can be prepared  and to know what to do ahead of time.


Ethnic Music

Every land all over the world had a rich and unique musical tradition before any invasion set foot on every native land.

In the Philippines ethnic music continues to thrive, using indigenous instruments.  The indigenous music is used to celebrate and commemorate important events in the human cycle of life.

Ethnic music includes in based camp to recognize the importance of ethnic music in preserving our rich culture and history and continue to live it on.

Music is described as one of the most treasured human experiences. Music is what makes humans as human. The variety of musical forms, styles, repertoires and traditions that exist served as mirrors of the richness of our culture.



Yoga seems like a modern trend, but not. Yoga began more than 3000 years ago in India.  The word Yoga is a Sanskrit (one of the ancient language of the east) means to “yoke” or unite, the mind, body and spirit.

It includes physical exercise, but t it’s also about life balance.  Training of mind, body and breath as well as connecting with spiritually are the main goal of yoga as lifestyle.

Introducing yoga to students can help them learn healthy life style, habits and set the foundation for a fit future.



Arnis is the Philippines national martial art and sport under republic act No. 9850 in 2009.

The Department of Education endorsed Arnis to the young generation as martial arts and as sport.

The main reason why DepEd included Arnis is because to encourage the young students to look back the country’s rich cultural heritage.

Camp Activity Choices

Aside from the feature activities on this blog such as Rappelling, Yoga, Ethnic Music and Arnis, there are also other choices of activities to be included in this package. Others are as follow:


    1. Fire Safety and Disaster Preparedness
    2. Personal safety and Security
    3. Standard First Aid (with Search and Rescue Game.
    4. Improvisation Act and Flow Art Workshop
    5. Baybayin Workshop (learning of the Ancient Filipino Script


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Mobile. 0917-103-4693; 0918-784-0309; 0922-522-8224