If you are a Porsche fan, or a 'car nut' in general, and if you want to send your kids to experience something new and exciting over the summer holidays, well then, you might want to consider sending your kids to the Porsche summer camp called 'Porsche Safari'. The German car maker is giving children aged from eight to eleven the opportunity to explore the diverse flora and fauna of the natural landscape of the Porsche test facility over an area of 132 hectares.
Porsche is receiving support from the Leipzig alluvial forest station to assist with the educational aspects. “It is important to us that we have an ongoing commitment to the environment and education. We have a specialist partner at our side in the form of the alluvial forest station and we look forward to opening up the natural areas at our plant to children and young people for the “Porsche Safari”, says Gerd Rupp, Chairman of the Executive Board at Porsche Leipzig GmbH.
Porsche will be offerring two different programmes. Children can choose between the area’s bird life and a tour to the aurochs and Exmoor ponies. On the approximately four-kilometre-long “Porsche Safari” trail, the participants will also learn all kinds of details about amphibians, bats and bees. The “Porsche Safari” takes place in the summer holidays from July 9 to August 3, so if you want something truly unique for you kids then you better sign up now.