Berkhamsted visit to South Africa 2016

Posted on August 8th, 2016 in

Berkhamsted School from the UK will visit South Africa again. Their tour starts with a visit to Gold Reef City to explore a gold mine, to the Apartheid Museum to trace SA’s journey from Apartheid to freedom, then onto the Blyde River Canyon for outdoor adventure, a visit to Moholoholo Animal Rehab Centre and then onto Hazyview as the gateway to Kruger National Park. From there the group will travel into Swaziland and then St Lucia Wetland Park, ZinkwaziConservancy and eventually finishing off with marine life in Durban.

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