Tracking Courses

We offer a selection of tracking courses across Africa, visiting incredible tracking areas such as:

  • Greater Kruger National Park – ‘Tracking the Big Five’
  • Waterberg Mountains – ‘Diversity Unsurpassed’
  • Tuli, Southern Botswana – ‘Land of Dust and Giants’
  • Akagera National Park, Rwanda – ‘Red Soil and Rains’
  • Okavango Delta – ‘Flooded Desert’
  • ‘Invertebrate Tacks and Signs of South Africa’

These programs are for all levels of tracker from beginner to professional and seek to teach you how to identify the spoor of the myriad creatures which occur in these specially selected habitats.

During the experience we show you step by step how to interpret the amazing history etched into the fine soil substrate of the African Bush, and in selected regions we will also explore the ancient art of trailing an animal.

As a climax to this experience we will seek to assess willing candidates at the end of the journey on the internationally acclaimed CyberTracker standard.

The accommodation, meals and game viewing are always of a great standard on these courses, and your instructors are some of the highest qualified available anywhere.

These courses are advertised from time to time, but feel free to enquire about any upcoming programs.


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Taking place in the Okavango Delta. These fantastic programs will give you, as a learner guide, the opportunity to explore this incredible and unique environment, a seasonal oasis in the heart of a sprawling desert. Our Nature Guide Training camp, in the southern reaches of the Delta, is home to many animals and birds, and of course amazing plant life.

These programs are led by Lee Gutteridge and Kersey Lawrence. Lee has been a tracking evaluator for over a decade, and Kersey is the highest qualified female tracker in the world!