Oyster Reviews: Game ranger qualification in South Africa

Game ranger course“Working with all the different animals, and being with people from all over the world but having similar things in common, was great. Try everything at least once. Don’t be afraid to try any of the on-site and off-site activities. It was an amazing experience all round.”

Michael Corcoran, 8 weeks January 2015


 

Game ranger course“South Africa was amazing, and I wish that I’d seen more of the country. The game ranger course was hard work at times, but well worth the effort 🙂 Being able to drive around the reserve and know about the plants and animals, and then being able to share this knowledge with others was just amazing. It was a very rewarding course which has many skills that are applicable to other areas of life. Take a good pair of binoculars, a bird identification book and a good camera. Thank you for taking the time to help with all the organisation I required to make this trip possible!!!”

Phillip Hickson, 8 weeks January 2015


Game ranger qualification“I couldn’t be better after such a truly ideal 2 months in South Africa. From the moment I arrived, I met many really amazing people who I bonded with near enough straight away. I would highly recommend doing the course. It does take a lot of concentration and study to pass, so people shouldn’t go into it looking for an easy volunteering experience.”

Adam Watson, 8 weeks October 2014


Game ranger qualification“My time in South Africa was very good, I had an amazing time. The game ranger course was good and our teacher was excellent.”

Sophie Sorotos, 8 weeks October 2014


Game ranger qualification“I am literally having the most amazing experience! 8 weeks in such a beautiful country has come to an end. South Africa is amazing. I will be back, one day, to see what else there is to offer!”

Soren Sievers, 8 weeks October 2014


Game ranger course in South Africa“The experience was great, Oyster were incredibly helpful as a company, and far more informed than any other company I’ve travelled with before. The project itself was so much fun, and unbelievably educational – I haven’t learnt that much in such a short space of time ever.”

Shane Capper, 8 weeks June 2014


For more information about taking a game ranger course with the Big 5 in South Africa, have a look at our gap year game ranger qualification web page.

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