Tag Archives: Africa on Foot

Ulovane Update: Trainers Blog

09 Mar
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Thank you It is a chilly morning in the Eastern Cape, with a low-lying grey blanket covering the horizon over the ridge and a soft drizzle of moisture dampening the soils. The trails students are currently busy writing their final FGASA exam, by the looks on their faces as they are writing it all seems […]

Ulovane Update: January 2020 Semester Week 6

25 Feb
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Apprentice Trails Guides South African born Maurice came to Ulovane for our 6-month course. He successfully completed the Apprentice Field Guide course, and today has written an account for you of their second last week as Apprentice Trails guides before he heads off to the Marine guide course next week. I can’t believe it’s week […]

Ulovane Update: January 2020 Semester Week 5

19 Feb
Tara week 5

Apprentice Field Guides Yannick and Sinethemba are with us for the 10-week Apprentice Field Guide course. Yannick is from and Sinethemba is from the Eastern Cape, from the nearby Addo National Park and is one of the three candidates from our recent partnership with Wilderness Foundation Africa. This week is a week different from any […]

Ulovane Update: January 2020 Semester Week 4

11 Feb

Apprentice Trails Guides Lucian is here to share with you all something a little different for this week’s blog! He has chosen to share his personal diarised events of the Apprentice Trails guides walks on Amakhala Game reserve. What a journey this far! My first bushwalk I enjoyed this a lot! We got to identify […]

Ulovane Update: January 2020 Semester Week 3

05 Feb
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Apprentice Field Guides Meet Jesse from the Apprentice Field guide course, to share with you all this week, their adventures of week three! If I had to pick a favourite moment of this past week, it would be seeing a male and female lion on one of our game drives on Amakhala Game Reserve! I […]