"NEW" Golf Wildlife Expeditions

EcoLife Expeditions offers an extraordinary experience to the golfing fraternity, combining unique and hands-on wildlife interactions en route to top golf courses in the north-eastern parts of South-Africa. Prof Wouter van Hoven, (ret)Head of the Centre for Wildlife Management at the University of Pretoria and Dr Zen Fourie (ret) Senior Lecturer in Zoology at the University of Pretoria, will accompany guests on this 7 Day Expedition.

Proceeds of this Expedition will benefit wildlife conservation and local community wildlife awareness (One Health) in addition to 20% towards the establishment of the first Africa Wildlife Medical Centre.

Expedition Structure

  • 7 Days, 5 Golf Courses
  • Tournament prizes (4BBB format)
  • Prizes for each day 4 ball winner
  • Tournament prize for best overall four ball
  • Prizes proudly sponsored by The Pro Shop
  • Golf Courses: Leopard Creek, Highland Gate, Sabie River Sun, Skukuza in Kruger National Park and Kambaku.
  • Wildlife Experiences: Game Capture Operation, Darting from helicopter, Birds of Prey and Rehabilitation Centre, Elephant Sanctuary, Kruger National Park and Tiger Fishing(gear supplied)


  • What is included

    • All accommodation and transportation
    • Airport transfers
    • All meals, snacks and beverages
    • Golf fees, golf carts and entrance fees
    • Conservation fees
    • EXCLUDES
    • Air travel to and from Johannesburg, South Africa
    • Bar tabs

    Cost

    ZAR26 750per person

    Scheduled departures for 2021

    Code Date
    ECOGOLF 01 11 - 17 April

    CUSTOM DATES

    Custom dates available for Group Bookings and Corporate Events


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    "Dear Wouter, I wanted to thank you for a wonderful and well-planned expedition focused on veterinary management of wildlife in South Africa. The combination of lecture, observation, and hands-on learning approaches provided insight as well as experience with the issues faced by wildlife veterinarians and game rangers on a daily basis. The chance to visit 4 different camps also gave us a taste of African culture and hospitality, which is most excellent. I'm not sure which I enjoyed more-the tour of Kruger Park, the opportunity to shoot a dart rifle from a helicopter (I hit the target!), or working with meerkats, mongoose, and Haley the wildebeest at the diagnostic lab. My best to everyone at Ecolife! Linda Turner, DVM (USA)"

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