Every year, hundreds of people choose to become wildlife volunteers in Namibia, a country of extreme and often breath-taking beauty. With seemingly endless spans of awe-inspiring desert and grassland, as well as an incredible array of flora and fauna, Namibia is the perfect destination in which to expand your horizons on an exciting volunteering opportunity…
You can join one of many exciting conservation projects in Namibia: cheetah conservation efforts, elephant safaris, and even volunteer work at the Namibia Wildlife Sanctuary all await you in this most exciting of destinations – but that’s not all that’s waiting to be discovered! Namibia also boasts the stunning Fish River canyon, the Etosha Safari, national park and salt pan, and the mesmerising Sossusvlei, home to the highest collection of sand dunes found anywhere on earth. What's more, Namibia has an impressive 300 days of sunshine per year – perfect for those sun worshipers amongst you! Our volunteer programs offer you the chance to get up close and personal to some of the country's most iconic species of wildlife, helping towards their rehabilitation and eventual release. Why not consider aiding wildlife conservation in Namibia by joining a project today!
Home to a plethora of wildlife species, Namibia’s animals come in all shapes and sizes. From the tiny Namib Desert beetle through to the legendary cheetah, your chances of seeing phenomenal animals at every turn are certainly high in Namibia! The country’s diverse landscapes provide Namiba’s animals with the perfect opportunity to flourish and, as such, you may be lucky enough to see the following species during your time spent as a wildlife conservation volunteer…
There’s so much to see in this exciting country that you would struggle to witness it all in one, two, or even three trips…so make sure to plan accordingly! Many of the species that call Namibia home are endemic only to this part of the world, so becoming an animal volunteer in Namibia may be your only opportunity to see them!
Namibia’s history and culture goes back thousands of years. The country was originally inhabited by nomadic hunters and gatherers, and these inhabitants are the ancestors of the Bushmen who live there today. This means that the culture of Namibia is very heavily influenced by the long-standing history of its people, and should you visit, you may have the opportunity to learn about the following:
There is a lot of culture to take in when visiting Namibia, and you will be sure to get your history fix when exploring the ins and outs of these ancient lands as a Namibia volunteer.
Namibia is a country that has it all: stunning coastlines, imposing sand dunes, and spectacular national parks can all be found in this exquisite African destination. To best enable you to see the most of what the country has to offer, a safari tour of Namibia may be an excellent option – but we have more highlights to share with you, too!:
Namibia is a place you won’t want to miss, so pack your bags and jet off soon – you’ll want to beat the crowds, as Namibia holidays are becoming increasingly popular!