Your day will look a bit like this.
You will be met at the Congregational Church, a prominent land mark in Pniël, by a local guide. The tour starts at the Tourism Office and takes you through Pniël which may include a little bit of walking. This is ideal if you really want a hands on (or should one say feet on) tour of this mission station, which will include very interesting and informative stops.
Afterwards, we take a drive through the agri village of Languedoc, where Sir Herbert Baker left his mark with the historical houses that the community boasts with. Thereafter, your journey continues with a short adventurous drive to Kylemore which is the sister hamlet of Pniël. After exploring Kylemore we where a leisurely lunch will be enjoyed in one of the houses of the locals. At the same time, use this opportunity to make new acquaintances with the locals. Come and experience the changes from “slavery to freedom”.
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