"CREATING WORLD-CLASS SAFARI GUIDES AND PASSIONATE GUARDIANS OF NATURE"
If you are looking to do something different than the usual getaway, then look no further. EcoTraining offers immersive wilderness experiences in prime wildlife areas in southern Africa and Kenya.
Imagine waking up to the whooping of hyena, a choir of birds and the sound of a kudu horn as your morning alarm. Get up, get dressed and revive your senses with a brewing cup of coffee. Jump onto a game drive vehicle and spend the next 3 hours experiencing the natural world in all its glory as the sun rises over the horizon.
Back at camp, you get treated with a hearty breakfast to fill your roaring tummy. Fuelled and ready for the rest of the day, you get to spend some leisure time in and around the camp, watching and appreciating wildlife roaming free in our unfenced camps. Paired with a short educational session about what you experienced during the morning drive and a light lunch, you will be rejuvenated and ready for the next activity… a walk or another drive into the sunset in search for those nocturnal animals and their nightly mischiefs.
After your sunset activity, armed with your torch, you have the opportunity to freshen up and get ready for a night around the camp fire, a cold one and the promise and smells of a proper and scrumptious dinner. Spend your time before bed, listening to folk tales or gazing at the blanket of a million stars.
You can experience this and so much more when you choose from a variety of field guide and short wildlife courses that EcoTraining has to offer.
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Telephone - 013 752 2532
Website - www.ecotraining.co.za
EcoTraining is the pioneer and leader in safari guide and wildlife training in Africa.
EcoTraining is widely recognised by the safari industry for its credibility and standard of excellence in nature guide training. All courses are run directly from EcoTraining’s unfenced bush camps in prime wilderness areas across South Africa, Botswana, Kenya and Zimbabwe.