School of Environmental Studies in Minnesota, visits SA

Posted on August 8th, 2016 in

The School of Environmental Sciences visits South Africa travelling with All Africa Tours. First location is Johannesburg – visiting Soweto, Apartheid Museum and outreach work with Kliptown Youth Programme. Second location is Hoedspruit – staying at Tshukudu Bush Camp. Third location is Blyde River Canyon – visiting Moholoholo Animal Rehabilitation Centre and Blydepoort Dam boat cruise. Fourth location is Hazyview + Kruger – Elephant Whispers and the into Kruger National Park staying at Berg-en-dal Restcamp. Also visit Chimp Eden, a Jane Gooddall Institute. Last location is Cape Town – visiting Robben Island, Table Mountain, Seal Island, Cape Point Ostrich Farm, Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, Boulders Beach, V&A Waterfront and the Two Oceans Aquarium.

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