ASD visits South Africa again

Posted on May 5th, 2015 in Reviews with 1 Comment

Once again, Julie and her group at All Africa Tours made our Week Without Walls trip an unforgettable experience. She tailored our trip to meet all the needs of not only our curriculum but service learning goals.


Our students felt comfortable around Julie and enjoyed all of the activities we participated in. As a chaperone who has been on many trips with a variety of providers, I have never felt as relaxed or at ease during a school trip as I do when we work with All Africa Tours. This is a relationship I know our school will continue in the future. Thanks Julie!

Sophie Burrows, American School of Dubai co-ordinator of Week Without Walls programme for Grade 8 learners, February 2015

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Janis king

Lots of fun for them

19 Feb

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