Only 10 spaces available on a once in a life time Africa Nature Adventure:
60 day excursion starting in Botswana Mashatu Game reserve and ending at Pongola Game Reserve in South Africa. Learn to become a Qualified Safari Guide at the same time. Spend two months in the African Bush, for the first time ever EcoTraining provides a 60 day course, as an extension on the normal 28 Day FGASA course. You will be hosted in Botswana and in South Africa.
Extra activities to expect which is not included in the 28 day program offered by EcoTraining in Botswana.
· Research And Conservation Module – presentation preparation time.
· Mammal Behaviour Extension Module – Black Rhino and Elephant Research and Mammal Behaviour at Pongola Research Station
· Exposure to different Biomes and excursions (Botswana and Kwa-Zulu Natal)
· Cultural Module Extension - Historical Human Habitation in Botswana – the frequency of previous human habitation is astonishing, boasting grinding stones, arrow sharpening stones, beads which are thought to be linked to the Arab trade routes, stone walls indicating old settlements and new ones built by British and local tribes during the late 18 hundred colonial times.
· Geology And Soils Extended Module (Botswana) - landscape of large sandstone formations of all shapes and sizes mixed with various igneous intrusions and extrusions.
· This course incorporates more study time during the course to ensure less pressure to complete all the modules of the FGASA level 1 syllabus and EcoTraining training additions. (BOTA Qualification)
· The students will also be able to do more night drives during the course to expand their knowledge of nocturnal animals.
· Botswana - We will incorporate 3 base camp set-ups. Navigation and exploration from base camp to base camp enables students to receive more exposure to the 36 000 hectares of the reserve. (Great sleep outs in big Five reserve during the course)
· Pongola Game reserve is also a very special birding spot exposing participants to water birds found at Lake Jozini. The area has 350 bird species. 30 000 hectares
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Limited space avialable.