STUDENTS from Stonehenge School are visiting Borneo for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn more about different cultures and help with work to re-forest the jungle.

The 14 students will spend a month in Borneo where they will visit five different camps including Gaya, Mantanani, Sipit, Bongkud and Batu Pute.

It will give the students the opportunity to integrate with diverse cultures, speak new languages and gain a greater understanding of other communities.

They will be involved in ongoing projects designed to improve the living standards of the rural Sabahan community which include the re-forestation of the Borneo jungle.