Volunteer – Wildlife SOS

WILDSOS

WHAT WILL BE EXPECTED OF ME?

Volunteers will commit to a one week program that starts Monday and concludes Saturday.  They will have Saturday and Sunday off.  A typical day starts between 7-9 AM and concludes in the afternoon between 4-6 PM.

HOW LONG CAN I VOLUNTEER FOR?

We book volunteers on one week increments.  There is no time limit for a stay but volunteers need to commit to the one week minimum.

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS, IF ANY, DO I REQUIRE?

Each person interested in volunteering needs to fill out a questionnaire.  No qualifications are required.  Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age.

WHAT LANGUAGE WILL I NEED TO KNOW?

Basic English

HOW DO I GET TO YOUR LOCATION?

Delhi airport is where people will fly into.  Volunteers can be picked up at the Agra train station with an additional cost.

ARE THERE ANY COSTS INVOLVED TO VOLUNTEER?

Please contact www.wildlifesos.org to receive up to date details of volunteer costs.

WHAT TYPE OF ACCOMMODATION, MEALS AND FACILITIES CAN I EXPECT TO BE AVAILABLE TO ME?

All meals are vegetarian and a basic breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided for the stay.  Basic accommodations including shower and kitchen facilities are available.

WHAT WILDLIFE SPECIES ARE THERE?

Volunteer opportunities are here for working elephants and the bears.  For people interesting in birding they will be happy to know that the bear centre is located on a beautiful lake with hundreds of migrating bird species.

WHAT ATTRACTIONS CAN I EXPERIENCE DURING FREE-TIME?

For an extra cost they can visit the Taj Mahal.  The volunteer accommodations also have a television inside and badminton available.

IN CONCLUSION

Wildlife SOS runs the largest bear rescue centre in the world.  Our elephant centre now has 6 rescued elephants.  If you love animals and want to help them, the Wildlife SOS centre is the place to be.

 

For more information on WILDLIFE SOS, please visit www.wildlifesos.org

For important information on travelling overseas, please read ‘KNOW BEFORE YOU GO WILD!‘