October 23, 2013


Imagine a place where elephants and buffalo congregate in numbers, impalas and nyalas skirt each other, bushpigs and aardvark put in brief appearances, lions and hyenas make their presence known as well, and Pel’s fishing owls and wattle-eyed flycatchers delight in flight.

Such a magical place does indeed exist. In the far north of the Kruger National Park the Pafuri region stretches over 24 000 hectares between the Limpopo and Luvuvhu rivers. And within lays the Makuleke Concession.

The diversity of the animal and bird life and flora in this area is truly something to behold. It forms but a very small percentage of the park, but holds about 75 % of the biodiversity of this paradise. It is certainly the wildest and most remote part of the park, making for an experience par none when it comes to wildlife viewing and even better birding, all amid varied vegetation.

You too can experience this…

Book a place on the EcoQuest course (14 days) from 26 November-9 December and take a pre-Christmas holiday far from the madding crowds in the EcoTraining wilderness camp in Makuleke.

If you are an adventurous spirit, if you are looking for a more in-depth bush experience, learning about all things wild and wonderful, then EcoQuest is for you. In the process, you will get to experience some of the daily activities of a field guide. And on top of it all, we show you how to drive a 4x4 vehicle, to identify birds, plants, trees and tracks.

Sounds like fun?

Then send an email to enquiries@ecotraining.co.za and end 2013 on a memorable note!
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