Ground Zero Adventures offers students the opportunity to learn about the historical and sociological relevance of the Cradle of Humankind. They will be guided through practical studies of fossils with our resident caveman, Og, and enjoy an educational talk by a guest expert. An additional field trip to the Cradle of Humankind Maropeng Exhibit can Read more about The Cradle of Humankind Caveman Experience[…]
Incorporate team building and geography into your school tour with Ground Zero Adventures ultimate cartography challenge. Each team is allocated a map and a scavenger hunt list that aims to promote navigation, compass work and map reading skills. Teams must then work together to answer geographical questions, complete challenges and solve puzzles.
Students spend half a day on one of our guided river tours, exploring the river and learning about the impact that humans and the environment take on nature. This program encourages environmental awareness and empathy, while the river rafting promotes exercise, team work, builds core strength and muscle development.