David Miko – Czech Republic….click here

Slide4 (2)This was the first time I travelled so far for so long on my own and although I felt a bit worried about it at first, everything went smoothly and as soon as I arrived, I knew I’ve chosen well. After meeting Katie and Joe, at the airport, we went for a lunch in the hat and creek, where we met our complete team for this month. And then time sped up and without even noticing the orientation week was over. You know the feeling when you’re having fun, time passes so quick, well that’s what it’s like here. We got to see so many cool animals during our daily activities that one could only dream of on normal safaris. There is nothing quite like hearing lions or a leopard under the beautiful night sky! We got to touch a brown hyaena after several nights of trying to lure her into a boma in order to take her GPS collar off. At the end of the third week we had a sleep out in the bush which was an unreal experience. On the weekend after that we organised a trip to the nearby Blyde river canyon which is a worthy place to come and visit on its own. In the last week we participated in a prescription burn of the bush which again is an experience you can’t get very easily. It’s really sad to have to leave now, I hope to come back!


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