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Johannesburg

Geography Trip

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Geography Trip

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It’s time to take a walk on the wild side! Our itinerary will have your students embracing the hustle of Johannesburg, spotting the ‘Big 5’ and exploring living and breathing geography that can’t be found in a textbook.

Day 1

After arriving in Dullstroom your students will be heading to a Birds of Prey rehabilitation centre, before heading back to their accommodation to enjoy an evening meal together.

Day 2

Today students will start their journey on the Panorama route. Students will start with a stop at God’s Window viewpoint and end their day touring around the Echo Caves, bringing geography to life every step of the way.

Day 3

Students will be waking early, the first stop of the day will be the Mac Mac Falls, before they grab their walking shoes to do the Secretary Bird Walk. From here students will be heading on to Sabie Town and to the Sudwala Caves. From here it’s a guided tour and a visit to the Butterfly Domes.

Day 4

Today your students will be heading to Hazyview, students will enjoy an experience at Elephant Whispers sanctuary, with the final stop of the day being a cultural experience at a local village.

Day 5

Today your students will be heading to Krugar National Park. Today is a full day of activities and spotting wildlife at close range.

Day 6

Today your students will be heading to Johannesburg. Upon arrival, your students will enjoy some free time to pick up last minute souvenirs before heading home.
INCLUSIONS

INCLUSIONS

 

Flights

Accommodation

Transfers

5 nights’ accommodation

Pre-departure teacher pack

24-hour emergency service

Free trip leader place options

HIGHLIGHTS

HIGHLIGHTS

 

God’s Window viewpoint

Echo Caves

Mac Mac Falls

Village experience

Kruger national park

WHAT YOU CAN ADD

WHAT YOU CAN ADD

 

Gold Reef City

Constitutional Hill

Apartheid Museum

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