Biology and Ecology Field Trip
Whether your students find themselves studying the unique ecology of Botswana’s Okavango Delta or monitoring the world’s largest wild rhino population in the Kruger National Park, this expedition allows them to apply what they have learned as part of their course to the practical environment of the African bush.
Guided by specialists who work in conservation research and monitoring, your students will gain a deep insight into the biology and biodiversity of Africa’s wildlife and ecosystems. They will also lend a hand in genuine field monitoring and conservation research projects and spend time developing their practical wildlife management and conservation skills.
By giving college, university and school students a broad taste of life in African wildlife conservation while working alongside professionals, this field trip is perfect for anyone thinking of pursuing a career in conservation, wildlife research and management, biology, as well as many other fields of interest.
The itinerary of this field trip is flexible depending on your students’ learning goals. Contact us and we will work with you to create the perfect expedition for your group.