The course is organised by the Wild Capture Africa Trust and is hosted on the Malilangwe Wildlife Estate, located in Zimbabwe’s south-east lowveld.
Malilangwe is a 105 000 acre multi-use game ranch, hosting a wide range of wildlife and operated under the Malilangwe Trust, a wholly Zimbabwean non-profit organization dedicated to wildlife and environmental conservation, and sustainable community development.
The Estate has a large number of wildlife, including 145 elephant, 1000 buffalo, 200 eland, 170 giraffe, healthy populations of lion, painted wolves, black & white rhino and many other species. Located in the south-east lowveld, Malilangwe spans several unique and varying ecosystems and habitats providing a breathtaking backdrop to this unique experience.
Participants are accommodated at the Hakamela Camp, which is a custom designed education/conference facility located within the boundaries of the Malilangwe Wildlife Estate. Comfortable twin lodgings are supplied. Lectures are held in a modern, thatched lecture room, whereas practical demonstrations are held in both the field, at the Captive Breeding Center and in the Hakamela gardens.