A safari is not always just getting in the vehicle and going to see animals and then kayaking off the coast – though that in and of itself is wonderful! What is really great is when we can expose kids to the world around them.
Recently my business partner Steve took thirty high school students and staff from Australia on an educational field trip to do community work by helping a village rebuild their school. They then carried on to the Ngorongoro and Tarangire National Parks for a more conventional safari before climbing the 5300 metre Mount Meruvolcano (with a 90 % success rate!). It was a trip of a lifetime for these students and I am sure will have an influence on them for years to come. Here is a picture of Steve standing on the summit.