The short video below made by the young men from the intake of 2014 as part of their multi media project, show the breadth not only the myriad experiences they had during their gap year with Quest Zimbabwe, but more importantly the camaraderie amongst the group and close bond they formed with the instructors over the period of seven months.
24th August 2020 to 10th December 2020
Semester Break: 19th to 29th September 2020
The 7 month Quest Africa core course takes young men and transforms them into independent, resilient and resourceful young men.
Quest Zimbabwe offers many unique opportunities. Amongst these are unparalleled travel opportunities which include Kariba, Victoria Falls (one of the seven natural wonders of the world) and world renowned Hwange national park in the North Western corner of Zimbabwe. Lake Kariba, actually a dam which when it was built in 1956 was the largest man made dam in the world.
Renowned for it's magnificent Tiger fishing opportunities whilst elephant, buffalo, lion and other iconic African species go about their activities feed on the shores of Matusadona National Park within eye shot.
It is a comprehensive life-skills program involving acumen development in 5 skills areas – physical training and adventure sports, natural acumen, technical acumen, business acumen and social skills.
The participants are challenged physically, mentally and psychologically to develop character and attitude. The course involves a system of hands-on experiential learning, whereby participants develop confidence in their ability to overcome obstacles and take on new challenges.
The course is enjoyable and exciting but also challenging. Young men with a sense of adventure and wanting to find an exciting purpose in their lives will thrive on this programme.
TYPE: Quest for young Men
LENGTH: 7 Months
ADVENTURE: Once in a lifetime adventure built around the Quest Acumens