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Here's one sub-Saharan African country that truly has it all: sophisticated urban culture and nightlife, safaris and nature, wine country, soft adventure. You can dress it up or dress it down!

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Comment by Tripatini on January 1, 2012 at 6:08pm

Now in our blog: a cool weekend in Cape Town.

Comment by Corne Schalkwyk on November 8, 2011 at 7:44am

“Once in a lifetime trip”

As you all might know by now, FGASA (Field Guides Association of Southern Africa) have changed their required number of days allocated to a level one qualification to 60 days from next year. The EcoTraining 28 day FGASA qualification will be your last chance to do a 28 day course with the FGASA exam. We decided to make this a “once in a lifetime” opportunity.

 Participants will be trained in 3 different reserves as part of the 28 day program; the training will include reserves in South Africa and Mashatu Game reserve in Botswana. The staring date for this specialist 28 day FGASA course is November the 25th 2011. (Remember you don’t have to do this as a career, you can also do it as part of the adventure of a lifetime)

We started in 1993 with a mission to raise the standard of guiding in Africa.
EcoTraining is the oldest field guide training company in Africa. We
were one of the first companies to conduct formal training programmes for
nature guides. We are known in the industry as the pioneers and leaders in
field guide and nature training.

For more than a decade, we have been sending people of all ages into the African wilderness to learn about the environment in exciting, in-depth and sensitive ways and to find out what it really takes to become a game ranger or a field guide

Don’t miss the last opportunity to get both your EcoTraining as well as your FGASA qualification while exploring reserves in South Africa and Botswana. For more information contact enquiries@ecotraining.co.za or phone +27 (0) 13 752 5248. Space is limited on this course, visit www.ecotraining.co.za for more information on the 28 day course.

Comment by Ed Wetschler on September 10, 2011 at 10:52am
Have you seen this blog about the disappearing rhinos? http://www.tripatini.com/profiles/blogs/africa-talks-by-shaza-holid...
Comment by Sandra Heckelmueller on May 3, 2011 at 3:54am

Hello everyone!

 

Zipping Zebra is backed by a well established tour operator in the wonderful seaside village of Hout Bay, Cape Town. We draw on their extensive network and very competitive rates – making sure you get to see and experience the best southern Africa has to offer! We focus on providing great service with individual attention to detail. Do you want child-friendly accommodation for your children, romantic suites for you and your significant other or your own private villa perhaps? The wishes of every traveler are unique, pretty much like the stripes on a zebra’s back. That’s why we believe there is only one proper way to explore the region: yours!

 

Please contact us by e-mail:

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Comment by Corne Schalkwyk on February 14, 2011 at 6:14am

SA tourism in conjunction with EcoTraining just finished a media tour with 8 international journalists focusing on sustainable tourism and as part of “The green product” tour. The journalists represented 6 countries and experienced the EcoTraining Makuleke camp in the private Makuleke concession in the Kruger National park.  We will do this tour again next year – For more information please contact Corne at marketing@ecotraining.co.za

Comment by Owen Bell on January 26, 2011 at 3:22am

Hi Nayaz,

There aren't any flights between Nelspruit and Hluhluwe. Your best bet will be to fly from Nelspruit to Durban and then travel by road to Hluhluwe. Driving time is about 3 and half hours.

Comment by Nayaz Noor on November 18, 2010 at 8:46am
Hi,

Could anyone advise me if there are any flights from Nelspruit to Hluhluwe?
what is the best way to get there?
thanks
Nayaz
Comment by A Hedonist's Guide To... on November 17, 2010 at 7:46am
Hg2's Keith Bain checks in to Old Mac Daddy, which proves style is found in the most unexpected of places; http://tinyurl.com/37khc2w
Comment by Tripatini on November 10, 2010 at 12:31pm
South Africa got a shout-out recently on the Tripatini blog's Africa Safaris 101: The Game's Afoot.
Comment by A Hedonist's Guide To... on November 10, 2010 at 7:47am
 

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