Take a look at some of our partners in the lodge placement programme 2017:

  • Cheetah Conservation Fund, Namibia
  • Back-up Trails Guide at one of EcoTraining’s camps
  • Nomad Africa Adventure Tours, Cape Town
  • Marataba Lodge, Marakele National Park
  • Sigurwana, Limpopo
  • EHRA (Elephant Human Relations Aid), Namibia
  • Madisa Lodge, Damaraland, Namibia
  • Klaserie River Sands or Care for Wild
  • Gorah Lodge, Eastern Cape, South Africa
  • White Elephant Lodge, Pongola, KZN
  • Singita Lebombo Lodge, Kruger National Park
  • Outlook Safaris, Makuleke concession, Kruger National Park,
  • Nkambeni Lodge, Kruger National Park
  • Makakatana Bay lodge, St Lucia, Kwa-Zulu Natal
  • Return Africa Lodge, Pafuri, Kruger National Park
  • Erindi Lodge, Namibia

If these names weren’t exciting enough, we are even more thrilled to announce that our new placement location will take place in Romania (see blog about Georg Messerer – the road to becoming a true conservationist). Student from the PFG group 11BWaldo Jordaan will be our first student to travel to Europe to take part in the Rewilding Europe Programme that is headed up by former EcoTraining student Georg Messerer. EcoTraining is seriously making waves globally and aims to influence a world of environmentally conscious citizens.

(Photo by Waldo Jordaan) Baby Bison

Watch this space for more on ‘Where’s Waldo’ and his adventures in Europe.

If you want to be a part of great initiatives like this and aspire to become a Professional Field Guide, you will need courage and a wild spirit. You will need to love nature, love biodiversity and all it has to offer. If you think that this adventure is for you, enquire more about the Professional Field Guide Course with enquiries at [email protected].