Trekking through the ruggedly beautiful landscapes of Kruger National Park, it's easy to see why this place has captivated explorers for centuries. Home to rhino, elephant, lions and many more iconic species, these 5 million acres are a paradise for anyone with a passion for wildlife.

An authentic wildlife experience

Guided by an experienced ranger, you’ll head off the beaten track and discover a side of Kruger other tourists don’t see. You’ll learn how to track, monitor and identify wild animals. You’ll visit a wildlife care centre at the heart of the conservation movement. And after night falls, you'll spend most evenings cooking on coals under the stars, surrounded by the sounds of nature.

Skills for life

After two weeks, you’ll emerge from the wilderness brimming with bush skills, a real understanding of South Africa’s famous wildlife and the threats they face. Not to mention enough stories to last a lifetime.

Caught the wildlife ranger bug?

As part of your experience, you can take an optional test to become a qualified ranger (NFQ2, National Field Guide Qualification).