Animal Volunteering Namibia

Wildlife rescue station volunteer

Prices from 1119€ for 2 weeks

Orphaned and injured wildlife, including lions, leopards, cheetahs, wild dogs, lynxes, baboons and numerous farm animals such as sheep, goats, and chickens live in the sanctuary. Volunteers play an important role in the sanctuary. They take care of the animals and help to keep the station in order and to build new enclosures.

Desert & Wildlife research project

Prices from 783€ for 1 week

The research takes place in a huge 352km2 wildlife reserve and lies in a landscape that can hardly be described in words. There you will find the famous Namibian sand dunes, endless expanses, and desert. The area is home to free-range kudu, springbok, ostrich, oryx antelope, desert lynx, hyena, and jackal.

Wild elephants research project

Prices from 783€ for 1 week

Since 2008, the Wildlife Sanctuary has worked tirelessly to engage Namibian landowners and ranchers in the issue that poses the greatest challenge to the conservation of endangered wildlife: the conflict between humans and wildlife. The impact of human activity on native wildlife has never been more apparent than in two of Africa’s iconic species: the African Wild Dog and the African Elephant. 

Wildlife foundation volunteer

Prices from 1077€ for 2 weeks

Do you want to work with wild animals, get to know the nature of Namibia and face new challenges? This project is one of the oldest sanctuary in Namibia. It was founded in 1975 by a passionate animal rights activist and has grown more and more over the years, partly because of the support of volunteers from all over the world. The volunteer program exists since 2000.

Wine & Wildlife research project

Prices from 783€ for 1 week

In the local language of Khoikhoi, the original name of the project means “place of abandoned water” and owes its early existence as a farm to several crystal clear cold water springs. The Wine & Wildlife project covers an area of ​​approximately 144km2 and was purchased in 2012 with the intention of wine growing from the Wild Animal Station.

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