Photo Courtesy of Elevate Destinations
The South Africa Tracking Adventure is a 15-day trip that offers travelers a chance to participate in The Endangered Wildlife Conservation Project. Adventurous tourists can get directly involved with some of the most exciting endangered- and priority-species conservation work in the epicenter of Africa by monitoring animals like the cheetah, African wild dog, black rhino, and priority species with a high ecological impact like the elephant, lion, white rhino, hyena, leopard, and buffalo. Monitoring activities will be comprised of an assortment of experiences, including tracking endangered and priority wildlife from an open 4x4 vehicle and locating them via radio or satellite telemetry equipment, or taking photos and creating identity kits of individual animals. Other up-close activities like radio collaring of animals and notching (identity marking) of animals like rhino and elephant are also included. Trip starts at $2,500 per person.