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Chesterhouse High School

Posted on March 29th, 2013 in Reviews

The Grade 8’s of Chesterhouse International School recently went on a fantastic school camp to Windstone Adventure Centre in Vredenburg, and we have All Africa Tours to thank for our experience.

We visited Langebaan,  Sea Fisheries Museum and Cerebos Salt Works in Velddrif, Kraal Bay in the West Coast National Park and the West Coast Fossil Park. The camp was superbly organised with a variety of activities planned throughout the day. The children were exposed to everything from sea kayaking to being mini palaeontologists digging for fossils. Julie, our guide, was always enthusiastic and had a wonderful manner in her interaction with our Grade 8’s. There were no moans and groans, and we received extremely positive feedback from the children. We would highly recommend All Africa Tours for any trips in the future.

Leah Nasson, Head of History Department and Grade 8 Tutor at Chesterhouse International School in Durbanville, Cape Town, March 2013

 Leah Nasson

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