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Natures Clean-up Crew and Anti-Poaching Patrollers under threat!

Can you guess who they are?

A Crash of Rhino

If you have ever heard them running, you will understand why…

You can only Make a Difference by being Different! – Rick Warren

This Heritage Day we Celebrate our diversity as a Rainbow Nation.

Celebrating every Milestone in Rhino Conservation

Happy World Rhino Day 2018!  On this day we’d like to recognise the successes in the fight against the extinction of this majestic animal.

The Golden Orb Spider

If you want to be happy for the rest of your life, never make a pretty Orb spider your wife…

Protected Trees in the Selati Game Reserve

Selati Game Reserve is home to eight officially protected trees. In this article, we have a look at each of the eight trees and how they have helped human beings in the past.

The Importance of Trees in our Ecosystem

In celebration of Arbor week, we would like to share our personal thoughts on the subject of trees and to ‘leaf’ you with something to think about.

Winter Camping in South Africa

Here are some great camping tips on how to keep warm in the chilly South African winter

The Makuleke Concession in the Kruger National Park is a Biodiversity Hotspot

Biological diversity or biodiversity is the variety of life around us, life of all kinds, from the largest animal to the smallest plant. Its complexity is measured in terms of variations at genetic, species and ecosystem levels.

10 Interesting facts about Elephants

Our EcoTraining unfenced bush camps are located in remote areas of beautiful concessions and game reserves. As such, our instructors and students are fortunate enough to experience frequent encounters with elephants, whether it be in camp or out in the wild.

What type of guide do you want to be?

FGASA (Field Guide Association of Southern Africa) and EcoTraining will help you plan your guiding career by sharing an overview of the various types of guiding and options available to you.

Malaria, getting you up to scratch

Now here is an itchy subject. Malaria affects millions of people around the world. The disease has been wiped out in some places but is still rampant in tropical areas of the world. ‘Mal aria’ was a description of the “bad air” that was found in swampy areas and thought to be the cause of the disease.