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Number of Reviews: 7 Overall score: *****
Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

The Zambia trip gave me a different perspective on life. I loved seeing the kids who were so happy and helpful.  Their huge smiles were incredible when we were giving them their first toothbrush or a new piece of clothing. They have no electricity or running water and they are just looking for some love and attention.We the mazungas (white folks) gave them some smiles.I wish we could have been there longer and done more to help.

Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

All round, superb trip, exotic location with great scenery and weather, well planned, opportunity to relax and also give back to the community.

Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

An unforgettable and inspiring experience I would hesitate to call once in a lifetime as I'd love to go back and do it all again!

Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

A fantastic trip - inspirational and emotionally rewarding as even the small amount of work we managed to do made a tremendous difference to the Villagers. Our abiding memory will be of our family (all 12 of them) lit only by a single torch laughing so much that tears were rolling down their faces and all because we were trying to teach them a new card game.

Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

An amazing opportunity to go to a place and be guided by locals, to test myself, to share the experiences with my daughter, to see wild animals in their natural environement, to have a glimpse at others' lives, to be humbled.

Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

Absolutely unbelievable experience, the warmth and hospitality from the locals who have nothing is staggering and puts our lives in the UK into perspective.

Review posted by Anonymous
***** Written

It is a real privilege to be able to live with the villagers in their huts and experience life as they know it. The people are truly delightful. The children are so, so keen to go to school and learn and they crowd round to help us with any tasks. In material terms they have so little but share everything and the contrast with life here in Western Europe is marked.

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