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Hold on to your valuables

Hold on to your valuables

After finding out that we had all successfully passed our FGASA Level 1 theory exam, tension levels were high again this week as we prepared for our assessment drives. The aim of the “game”: take our guests on an informative, entertaining and enjoyable game... read more
Lay the Table Straight!!!

Lay the Table Straight!!!

Semester four has arrived after a well-deserved week off for the students at Bushwise. Some traveled to the far corners of our beautiful country. From the coastal areas of Kosi Bay to Kimberley and even the mighty Kruger National Park itself. With everyone back safely... read more

The History of the Lowveld

The area known as the Lowveld is the lowland area, below 500 metres in altitude along South Africa’s’ northern border with Botswana and Zimbabwe with the famed Kruger National Park comprising half of it. It also comprises sections of Limpopo Province that extend down... read more
Charging Lion!

Charging Lion!

As we hurtled at full steam towards the end of our third semester at Bushwise, this week has been a manic mix of getting in enough rifle practice for the impending ARH assessments and our final chance at perfecting guiding techniques during mock assessment drives.... read more
In the spirit of Easter !

In the spirit of Easter !

South Africa is home to 3 species of hare and 5 species of rabbit, including the European Rabbit which is now occurring naturally on a few small islands off our coast. When watching hares and rabbits going about their ways, one can see how it was first mistaken for a... read more
Shots fired!

Shots fired!

The week started off with our final four lectures for the Bushwise course, Taxonomy, Fish, Human habitation and Conservation management. Mixed emotions were being felt by everyone, being relieved that lectures and tests are finished, but also the realization that our... read more