Zululand Volunteer Experience Video!
Zululand Volunteer Experience Video!

Zululand Volunteer Experience Video!

Zululand Wildlife Conservation Project

Zululand Wildlife Conservation Project

14 - 84 Nights from $1,619.00

Assist in vital conservation efforts in South Africa, working to protect the iconic ‘Big 5’ and other priority endangered species.

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David's Journey as a Return Volunteer in Africa and Sri Lanka!

David's Journey as a Return Volunteer in Africa and Sri Lanka!

Return volunteer David Pratt has joined the Kariega 'Big 5' Conservation Project in Africa and The Great Elephant Project in Sri Lanka and has shared his amazing experiences. From memorable wildlife encounters to valuable tips for future volunteers, find out more about his journey in today's blog.

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My Namibian Experience As A Mature Volunteer

My Namibian Experience As A Mature Volunteer

Barbara recently joined the Namibia Wildlife Sanctuary as a mature volunteer. Read today's blog to find out what she got up to during her time on the project including the highlights of her experience, up-close interactions with wildlife, and top tips for future volunteers.

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Two Rewilded Cheetahs, Two Years On - A Remarkable Rewilding Story

Two Rewilded Cheetahs, Two Years On - A Remarkable Rewilding Story

Join us on a remarkable rewilding journey as we revisit the inspiring story of Kumbe and Jabari, two cheetah brothers born in captivity who found their way back to the wild in Zimbabwe. Two years later, we delve into their Phase 3 of release with updates from The Rhino & Elephant Conservation Project.

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Posted by Connor Whelan on 16th Mar 2016 1 min

We are delighted to be able to share with you all our new volunteer experience video all about the Zululand Project in South Africa. One of our volunteers, Tristan, headed to the project and recorded what went on during his time there.

The video really shows you what you can expect as a volunteer, and it will give you a taste of what’s to come if you opt to become a volunteer yourself. This is the perfect chance to aid in the conservation of some of Africa’s ‘Big 5’, and they need all the help they can get sooner rather than later.

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