Our origins date back to 1955 when the American concept of wilderness was first introduced to the school's founder Dr. Ian Player by a senior game ranger Jim Feely.
Wilderness is the highest form of conservation category that an area can achieve. Wilderness is the landscape, which contains only the plants and animals native to it.
Rhino poaching has reached epidemic levels in Africa. We aim to stem the tide through educating and training communities living nearby wilderness areas
A wilderness trail is a unique experience; a physical, mental and spiritual adventure during which the trailists discover a sense of wonder and re-examine their priorities.
Experience the breathtaking scenery of the Wild Coast, the wild savannah's of Hluhluwe uMfolozi Game Reserve and the magical wetlands of iSimangliaso Wetland Park, a World Heritage Site.
Our Environmental Education Courses, Guide Training Programs and online resources all offer a special and unique set of tools and materials for reconnecting with nature.