Paradise Tour – Through The Eyes Of 9 year old Riley!

Paradise Tour – Through The Eyes Of 9 year old Riley!

We always welcome and love hearing feedback from our guests after they have come on tour to experience LARCing with us. Everyone has a very different view and perspective on what they see and experience on tour – especially the full day Paradise Tour. Even though we may travel the same coastline up to Bustard Headland, there are many sets of eyes on tour that see the beautiful and stunning views very differently. The young, the elderly and everyone in between each guest and day is very different. Our tour guides and skippers love hearing how our guests view their experience from their day on tour with us and what better way to view it, than from a child’s perspective.

We love having kids on board the LARC! and kids have loved the LARC! for decades.  When they stand there, in front of that big bright pink vessel with it’s big black wheels, their smiles of intrigue and excitement say it all. Then they realize that they get to go sandboarding and possibly drive the LARC! – well! excitement plus 🙂  Families love LARCing and with the Summer school holidays here it is a great family activity to enjoy together.  LARCing is such a perfect way to unplug and to connect with the family with the enjoyment of being out in nature while learning from doing.

Recently we had a young lady by the name of Riley on board the full day Paradise Tour. When she arrived home she showed us just how much she loved her day out on the LARC! with her parents.  Not only did she write us a handwritten review but also included 3 beautiful hand drawn pictures as a way of explaining her favourite memories of her time on tour. As you can see below she had an awesome day out on tour.

To see what she thought of her day out with us is priceless. Oh to see the world through a child’s eye! To have that uninhibited view on life and the ability to see the joy and beauty in everything you see. It’s such a joy to see the children’s little faces light up with huge smiles and listening to them sharing their LARC! adventure stories when they arrive home, is larger than life itself!

 

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