ASD visits the Western Cape again in 2016

Posted on August 8th, 2016 in

Week without walls aims to instill in each child an aweness of those less fortunate than ourselves, responsibility for oneself and one’s possessions and to appreciate and conserve the beauty of other places, fauna and flora.
Activities include: CT city tour, Clifton beach picnic, service to poorer communities, Robben Island,high ropes course, building new relationships, trying different foods from different cultures, game driving in Addo Elephant NP, cheetah outreach, Monkeyland, canoeing in the Wilderness, canyoning (kloofing), Featherbed Nature Reserve, Garden of Eden, obstacle courses, drumming, night hike, ocean safari, V&A Waterfront, shopping and ascending Table mountain.

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