Please note that when we are experiencing loadshedding, our telephone system does not work, so you will not be able to get through to the FGASA office. Please send an email to the relevant department and we will respond as soon as we can.
We are aware that we are experiencing a problem with our database. We are attending to this, and hope that the issue will be resolved shortly.
At present we have NO dangerous game logbooks in stock. The Logbook is under review, and once it is up to date, will be reprinted.
This will take at least THREE weeks.
PLEASE NOTE, the Cape Town office is in the process of relocating. Please send all queries to the relevant email address at the FGASA head office until further notice.
The Field Guides Association of Southern Africa (FGASA) provides educational opportunities to promote the conservation and rehabilitation of the cultural and natural heritage of Southern Africa. To this end FGASA maintains and serves a professional association of highly-trained nature guides, tour operators and hospitality institutions who share the vision and are committed to the FGASA Code of Conduct and Responsible Tourism Guidelines.
FGASA aims to promote a culture of professional guiding based on a strong ethical well-informed, safety conscious approach that provides the visitor to Southern Africa with a pleasant and memorable experience.
FGASA is fully committed to the development and implementation of the National qualifications, promoting the development of all tourist guides including previously disadvantaged individuals as guides, trackers, trainers and assessors as part of the South African transformation process.
FGASA promotes the development of guides through the use of training programmes that conform to high standards of learner development. The Association promotes the highest standards of guide assessment appointing and registering fully qualified and experienced assessors.
The philosophy of FGASA is one of promoting a high standard of tourist guiding, skills development and job creation within the tourism industry.