February 22, 2013


What is that, who made it, when was it here, what happened? And if you didn’t see it, does it mean it wasn’t really here, there or wherever? The questions are endless, but the answers are there as well…

To unravel the mysteries of nature even further, enter the EcoTraining tracking competition simply by liking our official page on Facebook – EcoTraining – Ecotourism specials or send a tracking related query to enquiries@ecotraining.co.za. You have one week left, so hurry, the closing date is 28 February!

If you are the lucky one, you will get the chance to learn the traditional art of tracking at the hands of authentic Shangaan tracker instructors. You will also get a glimpse into ancient skills taught by these local African experts.

You will be provided with an in-depth animal tracks and tracking course where it will be all about understanding and learning to interpret so much more about the bush and wildlife as you search for, tracks and find game.

The course outline is simple: the bush is the lecture room; the available tracks and sign, trails, and animals are what we work with.  And then the questions, much in the vein of “Right, in the circle, who made that, with which foot, male or female, and how long ago did that animal walk here?”

Again, you have one week left – go for it! For more information, go to www.ecotraining.co.za, send an email to enquiries@ecotraining.co.za or like us on Facebook at EcoTraining - Ecotourism specials.

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