Jurassic Coast Visit

Last Wednesday our Activity leaders, Ana Maria and Nicola took our Saudi Arabian Junior group on a tour of the Jurassic Coast.

Only 45 minutes away by bus, this world heritage site is a ‘must see’ visit for students who want to sample a truly British landscape. As a world heritage site, this well preserved landscape is a ‘cake slice’ through history dating back to the Jurassic period, the shear face of the cliffs revel the geology spanning back through thousands of years.

Our students, immersed themselves in this environment by taking a walk around Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove where they walked on the beach, ate ice-cream and even tried Fish and Chips – a true British institution. The students really enjoyed the trip as the whole experience offered them the chance to experience something different to the classic trips to London, Stonehenge etc. and a glimpse of what a UK holiday-maker would do on their traditional British Holiday.

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