African Ecology & Conservation
Earn 4 credits from NC State University, USA on this unique field based program in Namibia (sw Africa), Africa studying and gaining valuable knowledge about African wildlife, savanna- and desert ecology, conservation, park management, and human-wildlife conflicts. Practice ecological sampling techniques, experience a wildlife sanctuary hands-on, discover the breathtaking Namib Desert, traverse the mountain landscape of Damaraland while tracking “desert” elephants, study the magnificent diversity of wildlife in the world famous Etosha National Park, and participate in adventure tourism activities. For further information and to apply, visit the Study Abroad Office at NC State University www.studyabroad.ncsu.edu and click on Programs – Namibia.
Why Travel With Eko Tracks
Variety: Our large variety of products, offer great travel opportunities for adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts with a passion for nature.
Expertise: With an intimate scientific knowledge of the African savanna and its wildlife, first-hand personal travel experiences and destination expertise, we offer a wealth of information to our clients.
Network: Having lived in Africa for more than 40 years and drawing on extensive long term business relationships we provide you with specially selected quality products.
Dedication: We are passionate about Africa with its large vistas, a plethora of wildlife unmatched anywhere else, and a diversity of cultures unique to this continent. But above all, we are dedicated to conservation through education.
“I learned so much and the interactive field work and labs were especially beneficial. Amazing! The best choice I’ve ever made with my life. It opened my eyes to everything going on here and was life changing. Samantha, Veterinary Field Study 2018.”
“I learned a lot about conservation that I didn’t before especially about the elephant problem, and the effects of game farming, hunting, poaching in SA. Mary, Veterinary Field Study 2018
“This was an amazing program and I would do it 10,000 times if I could. I learned so much and got to participate and see so much that I never would have in any other program. Amanda, Veterinary Field Study 2018