Taking a safari tour is more than a visit to the zoo, but a great opportunity for learners to give their fingers a break from texting but to explore the beauty of nature and through getting their fingers dirty in the heart of Africa. The Kruger national park tour is an educational trip that strongly deals teaching learners the essence of conserving nature.
The tour will take the route from Punda Maria gate in Mpumalanga. Learners will take a visit to the African kingdom at the mysterious fortress of Thulamela, for a glimpse of an early African civilisation that was an offshoot of Great Zimbabwe on the southern banks of the Luvuvhu River near Pafuri in Kruger National Park.
At the end of a long two day travel and stops at the Satara and Mopani rest camps, they will be spend two days at the Letaba Rest camp. During their stay at the Letaba rest camps learners will engage with the Lowfield Junior Honorary Rangers on night game drives, take bush walks guided by experienced rangers and visit the elephant museum where they will learn about this beautiful majestic animal.
Tour Cost Per Student: R4200
1-4 OCTOBER 2018