Big 5 conservation at Kruger National Park
Prices from 720€ for 2 weeks
The program is a great opportunity to assist in conservation efforts in the Kruger national park area. The project stretches over 32 000 km2 of land, where animals can roam freely as nature intended. This makes a wildlife sighting so much more special when spending time at the project.
Conservation of Cheetahs program
Prices from 850€ for 1 week
The project was founded to help prevent the further decline of the Cheetah population. They focus largely on captive born and bred Cheetahs, trying to rehabilitate them and release them back in to the wild. They work closely with other organizations who share the same aim of conserving the Cheetah species.
Wildlife welfare and research volunteer program
Prices from 760€ for 1 week
The Private reserve offers a second chance towards wildlife who require help and protection. The aim is to release as many animals as possible after their rehabilitation or recovery, and those animals who can not be released back in to the wild welcomes the reserve as their new home.
Big Cats along the coast project
Prices from 793€ for 1 week
Do you want to do something extraordinary, make a visible difference and support a project that is dedicated to animal welfare? Do you want to experience the intimate moments when everything around you is at a standstill and you can not get out of amazement? This project promises you an unforgettable experience!
Prices from 1010€ for 2 weeks
Ever wanted to experience the Big 5 and learn all about it? In this Animal Adventure near Port Elizabeth you live and work in a Big 5 reserve! It is an exciting animal welfare project where you experience more than a safari. The project is located near a beautiful small coastal town. There are great beaches, beach bars and everything your heart desires.
Prices from 482€ for 1 week
The first horse was rescued by the project in 1995. They aim to share their passion for horses with anyone who has an interest. NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.
Come and learn how to handle and care for these special animals.
SA Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation program
Prices from 1660€ for 2 weeks
Working together with various different Government conservation departments, as well as international bona fide Wildlife rescue organizations, the project tries to establish a temporary and/or permanent sanctuary for the rescue and rehabilitation of captive, managed and/or free roaming wildlife
Bird & Wildlife rehabilitation program
Prices from 500€ for 2 weeks
The program offers volunteers the opportunity to work with a wide range of different animal species through it’s rehabilitation program. Sick & injured animals are brought to the sanctuary by the local community. Ideal for those who are interested in helping wildlife or perhaps have a big passion for birds!
Great White Shark volunteer program
Prices from 1046€ for 2 weeks
This unique volunteering opportunity enables you to spend time collecting valuable data for research regarding these magnificent creatures of the deep. Among the highlights are taking part in shark cage diving, assisting tourists on the boat and also attending educational seminars about the Marine environment.
Prices from 1099€ for 2 weeks
The project combines environmental protection, sustainability, education, community development, and tourism. The experienced team will help you settle in and learn all about environmental and animal welfare in the area. Learn all about environmental and animal welfare in the area.
Prices from 482€ for 1 week
The farm serves a safe space for farm animals that are rescued from unsafe situations across the Cape region. The project has been in operating since 2010. On the farm there is about 90 pigs, a flock of sheep, goats, cows, ducks & chickens, dogs, cats & bunnies.The project works in partnership with various animal welfare groups to save & provide a safe home for various farm & domestic animals.
Prices from 1027€ for 6 weeks
The protection of the oceans is one of the central tasks of the future. The sanctuary provides help to penguins and a large number of different seabirds. The project offers a 24-hour emergency service if injured or sick birds are found and helps with oil spills along the South African coast.