Tag Archives: Africa on Foot

Ulovane Update: September Semester Week 1

08 Oct
Danike Week 1 (8)

Apprentice Field Guides: Week 1 Week one of our Apprentice Field Guides course was a jam-packed, busy and interesting week! Our week started off with orientation game drives on Ulovane Reserve itself, and then on to beautiful Amakhala Game Reserve to see the lay of the land and get familiar with the roads and areas […]

Ulovane Update: July Semester Final Week

24 Sep
Dwarf cushion star

We come to yet another end of a great Marine guide course here at Ulovane Environmental Training and with that, also the end of six months for Therien, Ben and Wesly. We cannot believe how fast the time is going, there is only one more course for this year, and then we go and buy […]

Ulovane Update: July Semester Week 7

27 Aug
Melle (4)

Apprentice Field Guides Week seven of our course started off with a mammals lecture and I learnt why the ‘Big 5’ animals are called the big five!! They coined their distinctions a long time ago for being the most dangerous animals to hunt on foot. This week we also started with our mock drives in […]

Ulovane Update: July Semester Week 5

13 Aug
Wes

Apprentice Field Guides Since I arrived at Ulovane, I have enjoyed every minute of my time here. Every week is full of new experiences and packed full of knowledge. This was the fifth week of our course, already halfway through! It was quite a busy week learning about amphibians, reptiles, conservation management, amongst other amazing […]

Ulovane Update: July Semester Week 4

06 Aug
Marli

Apprentice Trails Guides We are more than halfway through our Apprentice Trails Guide course – where has the time gone! We had a fantastic week. We left for a three-day, two night sleep out on Wednesday morning at 8 AM, on Amakhala Game Reserve. Whilst on this walk with Shani and Schalk, we came upon […]