The “Viaje al Aprendizaje” program was established in 2021 to provide environmental education workshops to local children and teenagers living near the Caño Negro Mixed National Wildlife Refuge. These workshops aim to address threats such as illegal fishing, deforestation, and pollution, which degrade the wetland and its ecosystems. Using the outdoor classroom methodology, we conduct workshops covering various topics to rediscover biodiversity, highlight the wetland’s benefits, and promote conservation. Over the years, the program has diversified its topics and activities, reaching over 50 children and teenagers aged 6 to 16. Participants engage in wildlife monitoring, waste management, river cleanup campaigns, and a “3-week camp” to deepen their understanding of nature conservation.