Conservation & environment

Students make a splash in Sand Rivers

22 October 2018

On Friday we had 12 local students from Matambwe Primary School, together with two of their teachers, in Sand Rivers Selous as part of our Watoto go Wild program.

The students had amazing sightings on their game drives, even seeing wild dogs and lions on route to camp.

The day was full of splashes, squeals and smiles all round as the children had a truly once in a lifetime day out, enjoying everything Sand Rivers has to offer. From some scrumptious food, to playing around in the swimming pool. The camp team topped it all off with a cake baked especially for the students, and to mark our first student safari in the Selous.

When some of the excitement had died down, the students all gathered together and talked to the guides, cooks and house keeping teams, learning about the different roles in camp. Sarah the masseuse even gave one of the teacher a demo massage smile

Thanks to the Sand Rivers team for making is a fab day all round!

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