The Namibia Wildlife Sanctuary - A Project In Pictures

The Namibia Wildlife Sanctuary - A Project In Pictures

Posted by Connor Whelan on May 13, 2017

A visit to the Namibia Wildlife Sanctuary is not something most volunteers forget in a hurry. It presents you with the chance to get hands on volunteering with animals, and we wanted to show you just how amazing this experience can be! You are about to enjoy the project through pictures, and whilst we were not able to show off all of the amazing elements of the project in this blog as there are too many to list, we picked a select few highlights to get you inspired and to help that wanderlust well and truly set in!

You'll have the chance to make a lot of new friends...

Group of volunteers

And some of them will be of the four legged variety!

Donkey and Zebra

You'll also get the chance to get very hands on when helping the animals

Namibia Baboon

As some of them need your help...

Feeding a baby warthog

But you will help some from a safe distance!

Feeding Wild Dogs

You could even get an unexpected roommate during your time at the project!

Baby Lamb

So if this sounds like your type of adventure

Travel in Namibia

Deep into the heart of cheetah country

Then get in touch and start planning your trip today!

Namibia


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