Timbavati now home to one of only four Master Trackers in the world

2014-01-30 12:49

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South Africa – Have you ever thought about the skill it takes (not to mention the guts) to be able to track animals of the wild? We're talking lions, leopards and pretty much every other animal you can think of.

Where the story begins:

Lion Sands in 2006 as a Senior Tracker. Lucas is renowned for his particular penchant for tracking the elusive Leopard.

The story now:

What it takes to be a qualified tracker:

here.

With hard work comes great reward:

Lion Sands Game Reserve will be naming the link road between Lion Sands Sabi Sand and Lion Sands Kruger National Park the "The Mathonsi Link”.

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