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2020 African Vet Safari 6-1-20 to 6-10-20
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2020 African Vet Safari 6-1-20 to 6-10-20

 Export to Your Calendar 6/1/2020 to 6/10/2020
When: From June 8-16, 2019
Where: Ikhala Veterinary Wildlife Services
3 Strowan Rd
Grahamstown 6139
South Africa
Contact: Carole Williams

Online registration is available until: 3/1/2020
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Registration is Closed ~ Safari is Full


About Safari

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  • View: 2020 African Safari Itinerary

Accompanied throughout the safari by a South African wildlife veterinarian, this hands-on African Veterinary Safari gives members the chance to learn more about Africa’s wildlife in a unique way, incorporating modern day conservation and the need for hands-on wildlife management. This safari takes members behind the scenes, affording the opportunity to interact with wildlife vet, researchers and guides, while discovering the fantastic world of wildlife in Southern Africa. 


Safari participants will be a part of antelope, rhino, buffalo & giraffe immobilizations, game drives & various lectures. Participate in hands-on wildlife veterinary management procedures and in so doing contribute financially to wildlife conservation through your participation. During this safari you will work with antelope, the iconic endangered rhino, and African predators, under the watchful eye of your wildlife veterinarian. The safari starts with an overnight stop in Johannesburg to facilitate arrivals, and then heads into the wild for more traditional wildlife viewing activities, making sure that first time visitors don’t miss out, before heading to a third venue where we will participate in wildlife management procedures on the reserve.

Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime experience and help conserve Africa’s wildlife!



Approved for 10 CE hours by the Arizona Academy of Veterinary Practice. 



Safari has limited seating!



For additional information contact the AzVMA office at 602-242-7936 or email Carole at