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Berkhamsted High School

Posted on July 29th, 2013 in Reviews

I have been privileged to lead a number of Africa Adventures for my Biology students; this trip tops all other trips for the thoroughly professional manner in which Julie and All Africa Tours handled every aspect of the trip.

Julie, your design of trip, though constrained by time, gave our students an excellent feel for the South Africa I know and love.

Your passion for education and South Africa as a whole shone in all that you did along the way. This together with your enthusiasm for wildlife and the environment definitely got through to our students and will have a lasting impact on their lives. As a fellow Educator, I really appreciated your personal knowledge together with in depth and relevant research into all the sites we visited.

I will certainly be recommending your company to any-one else who is considering a trip to Southern Africa. I hope to find the opportunity to renew our contact with a further trip in the future.

Many thanks for an absolutely awesome trip.

Chris Allam, Head of Biology at Berkhamsted School in the UK, July 2013

Chris with a beaded Mandela

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