The Pathfinders course takes you to four stunning wilderness destinations, exposing you to a variety of landscapes, ecosystems and wildlife. In this way, you qualify with a range of practical experience under your belt – putting you head and shoulders above the rest!
Specifically, your course takes you to:
Antelope Park, situated in Gweru’s Ngamo region, and the winner of the 2016 World Travel Award for Zimbabwe’s Premier Private Game Reserve,
Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe’s oldest and largest National Park, renowned for its vast elephant populations, large lion prides, and 1000-strong herds of Buffalo. This is where Africa’s greatest guides have plied their trade.
Matopos National Park and the Bubiana Conservancy, a UNESCO World Heritage Site situated in the Matopos hills region, famed for its fascinating geological features and spectacularly preserved rock art. Matopos National Park also hosts the world’s highest density of leopard, Africa’s most elusive big cat.
Victoria Falls, situated in the North-west corner of Zimbabwe, at the Zambian border. Also known as Mosi-oa-Tunya (The Smoke That Thunders) one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. The majority of the wildlife-rich park is made up of rainforest, and home to scores of elephant, hippo, buffalo and lion.