Volunteer in Africa and help secure the future of the endangered black rhino, cheetah and elephant. Experience daily life on a 10,000 acre family-run private conservancy.
Volunteer in an Elephant Wildlife Sanctuary
This elephant sanctuary gives refuge to domesticated elephants who have been rescued from a life of working on the streets or logging.
Give your contribution towards wildlife monitoring & conservation; learn about animal behaviour, reserve management and anti-poaching while living a lifetime experience!
PMGY’s Big 5 Wildlife Experience is a life-changing experience that allows you to work behind the scenes on a world-class wildlife reserve in South Africa!
We need guests/short stay volunteers to come and help us keep the elephants in the forest while carrying out research, and educating our community by teaching English.
EHRA aims to conserve the desert elephants of Namibia, through practical and realistic anti-conflict solutions.
Volunteer at our Big Five Game reserve, support the local staff in monitoring the animals and conserving the environment.
Join this volunteering project in South Africa's beautiful Eastern Cape and help aid in the conservation of lions, elephants, rhinos and many more amazing animals!
Volunteer with the 'Big Five' and the Born Free Big Cat Foundation in one of South Africa's finest game reserves.
The Elephant Sanctuary enables volunteers to make a tangible difference amid a backdrop of beauty, wonder and exploration
OGVO is asking for volunteers to assist with a unique opportunity to work in animal care and wildlife and environmental conservation projects.
Combine horseback safaris, anti-poaching patrols and wildlife monitoring, with hands-on rhino and elephant conservation work. All on the back of your very own bush horse!
Eco Volunteering in Wildlife & Marine Conservation. Uncover the whole big picture of our Eco-System for a better understanding of Nature & learn how to make a difference!
Encounter the beautiful Asian elephant on this elephant conservation program deep within the lush Sri Lankan jungle.
This internship is an exciting opportunity for any current or recently graduated university students who want more work experience or are interested in elephants.
This project offers you a unique experience and gives you the opportunity to observe and be a part of the research/monitoring teams on the reserve.
The Endangered Species Project allows you to participate in hands on monitoring of some of Africa’s most endangered species.
Improving welfare of captive elephants by allowing them to retire in the forest, creating alternative livelihoods, contributing to community development & forest health.
This program incorporates wild, rescued and rehabilitated animals to improve their living and environmental conditions.
Travel to SA to work alongside FGASA trained field guides on critical wildlife conservation initiatives while gaining experience needed for a career in conservation.