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STTL takes Vineyard Group of Schools on tour of South Africa
We want to make sure that our pupils and students get the best in all sphere of domestic and international exposure to prepare them for future challenges, and in actualizing this we are taking a step further to explore South Africa.”
The Managing Director, Special Tours and Travels Ltd, Funmi Rotiba, who is packaging a tour of South Africa for the pupils of Vineyard Group of Schools, Ogun State, credited this statement to the proprietor of the school, when TTM inquired the rational behind the edu-tour to the rainbow nation.
According to Rotiba, “Education is dynamic and continuous as far as human being exist and to make better use of the formative years of our wards, it is imperative to start exposing them to the fundamentals of development; socially, educationally and otherwise.
“However, the edu-tour to the rainbow nation would create a platform for the pupils to enjoy their summer holiday outside the regular home environment, which in fact will give them the deportment to develop their charisma optimally.”
We are giving the pupils of Vineyard Group of Schools a broad spectrum of activities to stimulate them to see the importance of tourism (holiday) and how it treat tourists to a plethora of delights, leisure and relaxation.”
Rotiba added that one genuine aspect of the tour is that the pupils will be opportune to see, taste and feel the cultural essence and value of South African hospitality, interesting and historical place.
In addition, Rotiba disclosed that the young tourists has been billed for a sightseeing of the Apartheid Museum, Mandela Library and square, and a treat of the sight and sound of the seat of government, Pretoria and the flamboyant fun haven, Sun City among others.
“The two weeks tour, which will be a revelation for the wards, has been schedule to commence in the August 2012. Rotiba disclosed.Share