Entries by aoa

Why should I go hiking with my family?

We know that many people have never considered hiking and camping with their family before, but Eswatini has many beautiful spots and these are waiting to be explored by families of all shapes and sizes!   Here are answers to some of the common questions that many families have about hiking. We’ve never thought about hiking […]

What is a slackpacking hiking adventure?

You may have heard the term slackpacking but aren’t sure what it means. It’s an adventure where you get to enjoy a hike, have the potential to spot wildlife and learn about the natural environment, but you are secure in the knowledge that when you reach camp everything will be done for you, from your […]

Trekking from point A to point B

Trekking from point A to point B might be a hassle at first but with patience and being present, any hiking trail becomes a walk in the park. I have learnt to be present, observing the sights around me and connecting with nature. To me, hiking is much more than an outdoor activity. It is […]

Meet the volunteers-Juliette Hulshof

Where are you from? Hi! I am Juliette Hulshof, from the Netherlands. What project did you sign up for? I signed up for the Kruger to Coast project. I participated for 6 weeks and in the mornings I helped the youngest kids with sports. We danced, we sang and we played a lot!! We did […]

Dear All Out Africa

Over 200 children have benefitted from our Homework Club. Since it was established in 2015, this study group has been an afternoon activity dedicated to our former NCP children who are in primary school. The main aim of this activity is to improve or strengthen their English, Mathematics and a bit of Science skills. With the […]

Dear All Out Africa

Over 200 children have benefitted from our Homework Club. Since it was established in 2015, this study group has been an afternoon activity dedicated to our former NCP children who are in primary school. The main aim of this activity is to improve or strengthen their English, Mathematics and a bit of Science skills. With the […]