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EMERGENCY NOTICE
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Tanzania Day Three and Four Update

23 November 2015

Last Thursday and Friday, our students who are currently in Tanzania were lucky enough to go on safari in the Tarangire National Park.

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It was a great two days of spotting zebra, elephants, giraffe, jackals, wildebeest, Impala and a huge range of bird species.

Everyone had an excellent time and the guides in our safari vehicles were extremely knowledgeable at answering any questions we had.

At night, we camped in tents in the national park and got to see the sun rise over the savannah. I think everyone appreciated the absolute beauty of their surroundings and are looking forward to show their friends and family their photos on their return.

April Rudd, Mathematics Teacher and Tanzania Expedition Co-Leader