A Complete Guide to Planning A South African Field Trip
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African Insight is committed to advocating for more professionalism in educational tourism. We are one of the pioneers of responsible tourism in South Africa.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the global shut down of international travel, what better way to “pay it forward” than to write A Complete Guide to Planning a South African Field Trip.
African Insight has had the privilege of 24 years of experience in helping international schools, colleges and universities plan and execute field trips that inspire, educate, and empower young people. African Insight has hosted hundreds of groups consisting of 10 to over 100 participants from all over the world. In total, we have hosted over 12 000 students, teachers and tutors; and we have worked with over 30 different academic institutions.
Our aim is that no matter who you choose to partner with as your in-country venture provider, the information provided in this comprehensive guide will ensure that you and your students enjoy a safe and successful field trip to our amazing country – South Africa.
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– Dr Caroline Ross and Professor Garry Marvin, Department of Life Sciences, University of Roehampton, London.