20 Dec
2017

Wildlife Veterinary Course

A new Wildlife Veterinary Course is being offered at a wildlife sanctuary in Namibia and is intended for pre-veterinary and veterinary students, practicing...

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1 Sep
2017

Mangetti research site

We have added another new research site to the already extensive Carnivore Conservation program where you will monitor African wild dogs and elephants....

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24 Nov
2015

New referral program

We proudly offer a newly launched referral program for any alumni who has participated in any program or tour offered by Eko Tracks and who has referred...

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18 Nov
2015

Launch of new, updated website

It is with great excitement and pride that we introduce Eko Tracks’ new and improved website! The new mobile compatible site has a fresh look with...

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23 Jun
2015

South Africa Specialist

Werner Dörgeloh has successfully passed his SA Specialist training course and is now a South African travel expert. He is competent to advise clients...

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19 Feb
2015

Deep-sea fishing charters

Would you like to go deep-sea fishing? We have partnered with a booking agency and now offer fishing charters in 60 countries and in over 360 destinations...

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23 Jan
2015

Credits for study abroad programs

We are pleased to announce that students receive 6 credits from the North West University, South Africa for each of the two study abroad programs: Veterinary...

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16 Sep
2014

Ebola travel notice

If you are concerned about Ebola, here are the facts. Countries in southern Africa like Namibia, Botswana and South Africa are at least 2,700 miles...

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22 Jan
2014

Eko Tracks featured in Flamingo magazine

Some of the volunteer programs we offer in Namibia are being featured in Flamingo, the in-flight magazine of Air Namibia. Read more on p37 of the January...

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28 Aug
2013

New volunteer projects

Eko Tracks now offers four new exciting projects at the African Wildlife Sanctuary in Namibia. Volunteers can choose between a wildlife, veterinary,...

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