The Kiswahili-Tanzania tour that was…

We returned from our Tanzania trip today morning having left Uganda on Thursday evening. We visited Bukoba Tanzania. While here, we were amazed by the beautiful scenery, the social aspects of the Tanzania people and immense developments among others.

We also visited Bukoba airport where our children learnt more and were inspired about aviation. We also visited the shores of L.Victoria and had a good time at Rugambwa girls where our children were further horned in their Kiswahili language. On our way back – instead of using the Mutukula boarder, we passed through the Kagera area where we saw the vast Karibuni Sugar factory. We entered Uganda through Isingiro which gave our learners – most being Geography students – opportunities to see, ask and learn about nature and Vegetation. We saw L.Nakivaale, Nakivaale Settlement Camp, Orichinga Settlement Camp, L.Mburo National Park, the Equator, River Kagera, River Rwizi and many other landmark areas both in Uganda and Tanzania. We encourage parents to facilitate children to such trips as they exposure the learners to new cultures, increase their confidence and motivation among others. We thank you our dear parents in joining our quest to educate for a life time. #Educating4aLifeTime #ProudIntensivian

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