Safaris in Botswana come in all shapes and sizes. If you've been on one too many and consider yourself a bit of a pro, you could take up a tracking course and pick up some ranger skills; a rewarding way to help improve your knowledge and support animals' well-being. Eco-awareness courses are ten-day expeditions where you spend large portions of your time staring at the ground tracking animals. You'll be following some large predators, such as lions, leopards, cheetahs and hyenas and their respective prey: the kudu, impala, duiker, nyala, wildebeest, giraffe, zebra and warthog. Your training ground is Kwa Tuli (translates appropriately to 'place of dust') an immense landscape that's also called 'the Land of the Giants'. As well as the 48 species of large mammals to watch for, there's also action in the skies to observe ‰ÛÒ the 350 bird species are sure to keep bird followers happy..