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Hiking the great outdoors in Tanzania

Nature, team work and the great outdoors were all part of the hiking experience some of our senior primary students enjoyed last month.

More than 20 students took part in a Twiga group hike around the local Moshono area to appreciate the local plant and animal life, as well as learn about hiking etiquette and safety.

Participants brought along trail maps, binoculars and sketch pads or journals to record their outdoors experience. They were given hiking etiquette guidance, including knowing the layout of your area, safety precautions to be taken, knowing your route and how to be mindful of others while enjoying nature.

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