Luckley House School

Posted on May 11th, 2016 in Reviews

A massive “thank you” for organising an absolutely wonderful tour for the young ladies and staff of Luckley House School. I could not have asked for more both in terms of the organisation beforehand and the quality of leadership shown throughout. I sincerely hope students of the school will have the opportunity to tour South Africa with you again soon.

There are too many highlights to mention here. To be within touching distance of lions walking alongside the safari vehicles in Kruger National Park must be right up there. The Kliptown informal settlement visit certainly stirred the emotions. What’s for certain is that the tour will have left us all with many lifelong memories. I could not have wished for a better final cultural tour as party leader.

Gordon Cromb, Tour Leader and teacher at Luckley House in Wokingham UK, March 2016


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