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Ulovane Update: Local Community Benefits from Ulovane study Bursaries

21 Oct
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LOCAL COMMUNITY BENEFITS FROM ULOVANE STUDY BURSARIES Ulovane update: A  field guide training facility in the Eastern Cape is upskilling members of the local community via a bursary program in an effort to improve effective, sustainable conservation and field guides in the area. “A key component for the sustainability of conservation is to get members […]

Ulovane Update: October Level one group Week 1

17 Oct
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Life as a trainee Field Guide: Finding our feet Apologies for the delay in the week one blog, we are all caught up in the exciting times at Ulovane and working on our rhythm! Ulovane is Incredible! Ulovane update: Monday – With my usual 11am starts, a 6am morning game drive was a bit of […]

Ulovane Update: The Ulovane Collection

05 Oct

The Ulovane Collection Ulovane update: What is the best way to experience Ulovane, to show you! Let us show you the passionate people involved, the amazing experiences you will have and the beautiful places you will see. We pride ourselves on offering you exceptional courses with great success in creating knowledgeable, enthusiastic and ethical guides […]

Ulovane Update: Australia meets South Africa….Introduction to African Mammals

08 Sep
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Week 2: Introduction to African Mammals Ulovane update: On Sunday we moved from Intaka Lodge to Ulovane Campus bordering Amakhala Game Reserve, which will be our new home for the coming week. A busy week lay ahead, but we were all excited to spend it on the beautiful Amakhala Game Reserve. The boys from “Down […]

Ulovane update: April Trails Guide Group Final Week 7

01 Jun
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Life as a trainee Trails Guide: Final Blog….a sad farewell! Ulovane update:Writing the final blog for this chapter of our group’s journey is quite emotional, to say the least.  Tomorrow we all write the final trails exam, and the past few days have been spent learning and trying to cram as much information as we […]