Volunteer Africa

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GAME RANGERS INTERNATIONAL – ZAMBIA

Game Rangers International (GRI) is a non- profit Zambian NGO, established in 2008, with critical and ongoing support from the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF). Its focus is currently within Kafue National Park (Africa’s second largest park) with the aim of directly supporting conservation of the park: its animals, ecosystems and surrounding communities.  Find out more…

 

ASKARI WILDERNESS CONSERVATION PROGRAME – SOUTH AFRICA

Askari gives volunteers the opportunity for the trip of a lifetime. You can make a genuine, valuable and hands-on contribution while enjoying world class game viewing and seeing wildlife in its natural habitat.

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APE ACTION – CAMEROON

Wild gorillas and chimpanzees are on the brink of extinction. Habitat loss and poaching threaten these magnificent animals like never before.  Ape Action Africa is committed to ape conservation in Africa – protecting Cameroon’s great apes through direct action, including rescuing orphaned gorillas, chimpanzees and monkeys, giving them a safe forest sanctuary home where they can live with their own kind.  Find out more…

 

INTERNATIONAL ANTI-POACHING FOUNDATION – SOUTH AFRICA / ZIMBABWE

The animals of Zimbabwe would be grateful if they could talk, but they can’t and there will be no thank you from them when you depart. We are all here for something other than satisfying our own objectives and aspirations. We are here to make a difference and create hope for tomorrow. This cannot happen without people like you.  Find out more…

 

 

C.R.O.W. – SOUTH AFRICA

CROW is the

Centre For Rehabilitation Of Wildlife situated in Yellowwood Park, Durban. It is a wildlife hospital that cares for the injured and orphaned wild animals and birds in Kwazulu Natal. CROW has 12 depots in and around the Province and is considered to be one of the leading rehabilitation Centers in South Africa.  Find out more…

 

 


ENKOSINI ECO EXPERIENCE – SOUTH AFRICA, NAMIBIA, BOTSWANA

Founded in 2003, Enkosini Eco Experience allows you to volunteer in a way that fills your heart, mind and spirit and maximizes your financial contribution to the projects you choose. Enkosini’s carefully selected projects are our colleagues, our mentors, our partners. A tight-knit community in South Africa and Namibia, we work together to achieve higher standards in conservation and to fight unethical wildlife activities through advocacy, media exposure and legislative change.   

Find a specific ENKOSINI ECO EXPERIENCE volunteer location for you HERE!

 

 

DRAKENSTEIN LION PARK – SOUTH AFRICA

Drakenstein Lion Park was established in 1998 to provide lions in distress with sanctuary, where they could live in safety, free from abuse and persecution, and be treated with the compassion and respect they deserve. Find out more…

 

 

EAST AFRICAN WHALE SHARK TRUST – KENYA

The East African Whale Shark Trust is a grass roots project dedicated to marine conservation in general and whale shark conservation in particular. The Trust works with other regional organisations, the long term goal being to increase protection and promote the conservation of the biggest fish in the ocean. Find out more…

 

 

MADAGASCAR FAUNA GROUP – MADAGASCAR

Parc Ivoloina is currently operated by the Madagascar Fauna Group (MFG) under a long-term agreement with the Malagasy government. The MFG is an international consortium of zoos, botanical gardens, universities, and related institutions working together to conserve Madagascar’s lemurs and other spectacular wildlife.  Find out more…