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Wild Takhi Research & Conservation

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1 - 4 settimane  ·  Età 18 - 50+

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Età 18+
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Sul programma

Take this opportunity to work alongside wildlife Researchers & Biologists in Mongolia to conserve one of the world’s rarest & endangered species of Horses, the Takhi's!

Take this amazing opportunity to work along with wildlife Researchers and Biologists in the Tov Province located in Mongolia! Assist by collecting data and information on one of the world’s rarest and endangered species of Horses, the Wild Takhi a.k.a Przewalskis Horses!

Wild Przelwaski horses were ...

Sul programma

Take this amazing opportunity to work along with wildlife Researchers and Biologists in the Tov Province located in Mongolia! Assist by collecting data and information on one of the world’s rarest and endangered species of Horses, the Wild Takhi a.k.a Przewalskis Horses!

Wild Przelwaski horses were extinct at one point in time. It was reported that the last Przewalski horse was seen around the year of 1966. Most horses that were classified as ‘wild’ such as the American Mustang were descendants of a certain species of horse known as ‘Feral Horses’. These horses are known to be free-roaming horses of domesticated ancestry that further escaped and adapted to living in the wild. Przewalskis horses on the other hand, has never been domesticated thus making it the only specie that is truly wild in the world today! 
The main objective of the project is to obtain voluntary support and contribution from volunteers around the world to aid the worthwhile research/work on adaptation, biological and ethological issues of the wild Takhi reintroduction, field ecosystem research and other activities. Volunteer for a minimum of 1 week up to a maximum of 4 weeks at this great project in Mongolia! Get in close contact with these magnificent wild creatures, monitor their behavior & growth, collect data on their habitat and the surrounding flora and fauna population and not forgetting, go on Horse Rides over Mongolia’s vast and beautiful landscapes! 

List kit

1. Summer-June, July, August
  • Hat 
  • Sun cream 
  • Insect spray 
  • Hiking boots for the observation 
  • Sandal or crocs 
  • Clothes (water-proof) 
  • Toiletries 
  • First aid kit (allergy medicine, nausea relief, pain relief, diarrhea, itch cream, bandage, etc) *not necessary
2. Other-September, October, March to May
  • Warm clothes (windproof, warm hats, warm gloves, scarf et,c) 
  • Hiking boots 
  • Warm boots 
  • Toiletries 
  • Sun cream 
  • First aid kit (allergy medicine, nausea relief, pain relief, diarrhea, itch cream, bandage, etc) *not necessary 
Useful to have (but not compulsory) 
  • Matches (autumn/spring only) 
  • Laptop 
  • Headphones 
  • First aid kit (allergy medicine, nausea relief, pain relief, diarrhea, itch cream, bandage, plasters etc) 
  • Compass 
  • Binoculars 
  • Horse riding helmet (if you wish to ride) 
  • Small thermos flask (autumn/winter/spring only) 
  • Laundry bag

Giornata tipica

The main objective of this program is intended to get willing support and contribution from volunteers around the world to aid the valuable work/research on adaptation, biological and ethological issues of the reintroduction of Wild Przewalski Horses, field ecosystem research and other activities ...

Giornata tipica

The main objective of this program is intended to get willing support and contribution from volunteers around the world to aid the valuable work/research on adaptation, biological and ethological issues of the reintroduction of Wild Przewalski Horses, field ecosystem research and other activities taking place at the project. The data and information collected by the volunteers is used by the resident biologists and researchers to help them manage the reintroduction of Przewalskis/Takhi into the wild, and to aid the study and protection of the forest-steppe ecosystem.  Moreover, volunteers will be given an insight into the traditional, nomadic way of living of the Mongolian people.Some of your daily duties includes:

  • Collet data on the Horse Harem/Herd and weather.
  • Supply data to biologists and researchers to help them manage the reintroduction of Takhi into the wild, and to aid the study and protection of the forest ecosystem.
  • Apart from the horses, collect basic information on the surrounding Flora and Fauna population and density.
  • Monitor the Horses behavior, growth and use of their habitat.
  • Involvement in the buffer zone research

Attività del tempo libero

Volunteers will work from 6 AM to 12 PM, 5 days per week. Afternoons are free and during weekends, there will be city tours and visiting of local nomadic families!

The project is located in Mongolia. It extends through the Khentii Mountains and includes the western edge of the Mongolian steppe at the ...

Attività del tempo libero

Volunteers will work from 6 AM to 12 PM, 5 days per week. Afternoons are free and during weekends, there will be city tours and visiting of local nomadic families!

The project is located in Mongolia. It extends through the Khentii Mountains and includes the western edge of the Mongolian steppe at the boundaries of Altanbulag, Argalant and Bayankhangai Soums of Töv Province. The Project is also a national Park and is about 100 km from the capital city of Ulaanbaatar to the west.
There will be many opportunities to go horse riding, wildlife watching or even visit local nomadic families and learn the Mongolian Culture and way of life!


Requisiti

Requisiti

Età minima: 18 anni

Per partecipare al programma è necessario avere almeno 18 anni alla data di inizio del programma. Potrebbero esserci delle esenzioni se si è in grado di fornire il permesso del proprio tutore legale o se si è accompagnati dai propri genitori.

Competenze linguistiche

È necessario parlare di Inglese (livello intermedio)

Documenti necessari

CV, Resume, Letter of Motivation, Two pics and Signed Policies and Liability form (provided during application process)

Restrizioni sulla nazionalità

Nessuna restrizione. Gli aiuti da tutto il mondo sono benvenuti.

Impegno di tempo

Il vostro aiuto sarà richiesto lunedì, martedì, mercoledì, giovedì e venerdì da 06:00 - 12:00

Servizi inclusi

Servizi inclusi

Servizi per Fronteering Travel

The Fee includes:


  • Accommodation - Volunteers will be staying in a Ger which is a traditional living tent used by Mongolians. During the cold weathers, a room with a heating system will be provided instead.
  • Meals - Volunteers will be provided with 3 meals a day. The project tries to accommodate vegetarians and other dietary restrictions. Volunteers are advised to notify us of such restrictions for meal and grocery planning.
  • Airport Pick up -The Coordinators will be waiting for you at the airport and transfer you to your accommodation on the project site.
  • Horse Riding - Dependent on riding assessment, length of stay and other activities planned during the week.  Efforts will be made for riding, however, a form containing guidelines will be given to volunteers to read and signed before any riding can be done. The project will not be held responsible for any careless incidents.
  • Ongoing service and 24/7 Emergency Contact

The Park will provide eco-volunteers by equipment such as binoculars GPS, and an anemometer but if you have good personal binoculars you should bring them. Also, the Park will provide you with three meals per day, but you should get your snacks. The camp has a shower and toilet, electricity, wi-fi, and a network. Laundry is not free, but you could wash. Volunteers should share Ger, but in some cold seasons, you could stay in a room with a bathroom. 

Prelievo dall'aeroporto a Chinggis Khaan International Airport

You will arrive in Ulan Bator where you will be met at the airport and transferred to your accommodation at the project

Alloggio

Volunteers live in Shared accommodation in a traditional Mongolian Ger (Nomadic style tent used by mongolians) on the project site each with two separate beds. During the cold weathers, a room with a heating system will be provided instead. Laundry will be done by the project however, there’s a fee attached for this service. Things like plates, glasses, pots and pans, bedding, etc. are all provided so you will not need to bring anything of that nature.

Cibo e Bevande

Three meals a day included during your entire stay. The project tries to accommodate vegetarians and other dietary restrictions.  Volunteers are advised to notify us of such restrictions for meal and grocery planning (Due to the project’s remote location, this is essential).


Cosa NON è incluso?

Cosa NON è incluso?

Accesso a Internet

Siamo spiacenti, non è possibile accedere al sito del progetto

Biglietti aerei

L'aeroporto più vicino è Chinggis Khaan International Airport (ULN) a Ulaanbaatar. Vi aiutiamo a trovare voli economici per Mongolia. TROVARE VOLI ECONOMICI

Assicurazione di viaggio

Andare all'estero è un'avventura ed è sempre meglio essere preparati. Malattia o infortunio improvviso, annullamento o furto: un'assicurazione di viaggio per Mongolia offre sicurezza ed è un vantaggio da avere. OTTENERE UN PREZZO

Vaccini

Se avete intenzione di fare volontariato a Mongolia dovete chiedere un parere medico prima di iniziare il vostro viaggio sociale. Controllare le vaccinazioni richieste per Mongolia. CHECKER PER I VACCINI

Dettagli all'arrivo

There are no specific start or arrival dates however, we recommend that you start the project on a Monday.

Chingis Khan airport is located 52 km south of the capital Ulaanbaatar. At the airport, Hustai’s driver will be waiting with a paper with your name. After your arrival go to Hustai camp directly. Hustai camp is located 100 km west of Ulaanbaatar. Before you head to the Park you could go to the supermarket. 

First day:
The eco-volunteer coordinator will be at the camp of Hustai to meet volunteers. Most volunteers came through the long-distance flight, if they want to get some rest they could. Also, an information center introduction is included on the first day. 

Disponibilità
gen feb mar apr mag giu lug ago set ott nov dic

Tariffe del programma

1 settimana (soggiorno min.) 1.819€
2 settimane 2.779€
3 settimane 3.643€
4 settimane (soggiorno max.) 4.699€
Tariffe medie 1.497€/settimana

Tariffe del programma

1.497€ tariffe settimanali 1 - 4 settimane Età 18 - 50+

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Durata

1 - 4 settimane

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Fronteering Travel

Brillante 4.7 rating (61 recensioni)

Non-profit - fondata nel 2010

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Lingue parlate: Olandese, Inglese, Tedesco

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Fronteering arranges volunteering programs related to wildlife and indigenous people in less visited places of this world as well as more unique destinations.

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Fronteering arranges volunteering programs in some of the last frontiers of this world as well as more unique locations that other organizations ignore. From Field research programs in the Far north of Canada and Husky ranches in the Canadian Arctic to Amerindian community programs and wildlife conservation in the Amazon Rainforest and everything in between.

Most of our programs Focus on either wildlife rehabilitation and release, wildlife conservation & research or involve local indigenous communities.

Fronteering currently offers programs in Canada, Guyana, USA, Australia, Brazil, Borneo, South Africa, Madagascar and Panama.

True good causes: FRONTEERINGS volunteer abroad projects are either existing local projects or projects that are build from the group up by FRONTEERING. What these projects have in common is that you will be supporting a true good cause! You will have the opportunity to help where the need is the greatest. Our projects focus on helping the local communities, wildlife, indigenous people and the environment in cooperation with the local/indigenous communities. We focus on true volunteer projects where your effort really makes a difference. That’s why through Fronteering you will rehabilitate injured & orphaned wildlife with the goal to release the animal. That is the reason why will not send you to some far southern country to cuddle with tame lions & tigers with any real purpose. If you want to volunteer abroad with a real purpose, contact us!

Safety: At FRONTEERING we do our outmost best to provide the safety measures needed for our Volunteer Abroad projects and Adventure Travel Trips. However due to the fact that many of our projects and trips involve wild animals and/or are in remote locations there is a small element of risk involved. Not all of our projects and trips are for the faint at heart however we do cater to those of all walks of life. If you are not too sure about the suitability of a Volunteer Abroad project or an Adventure Travel trip then feel free to ask as we are always ready to answer any questions or discuss any doubts that come to mind. For more information please check our Safety & In-country Support section before you volunteer abroad.

A real adventure: We do not want our volunteers to end up trying to safe or clean up some small patch of rainforest which in some places they might call a wilderness. Instead you will volunteer in the immense jungle of the Amazon rainforest or venture in to the vast Canadian wilderness! Our volunteer abroad projects are situated in the remote areas of the world and we focus on countries and regions with the lowest population densities. We at FRONTEERING focus on what works; from sleeping in the jungle underneath the stars with nothing more than your own private hammock to back-to-basic cabins in the northern tundra with a cozy smothering fireplace and no electricity! When you volunteer abroad with FRONTEERING you can be sure it will be adventure.

Off the beaten path: With FRONTEERING volunteer abroad projects you will venture to places less visited. We focus on places that are fairly undiscovered where the nature, wildlife and indigenous cultures are still common. You will have the great opportunity to see these amazing places while they are still unspoiled and pure. It is these places where there is the most to lose but even more to gain through successful conservation work and sustainable tourism. 

Community involvement: Foremost when volunteering abroad the well being of the community should come first. For all of our trips we use local guides, local transportation and local communities so that through sustainable tourism we can help to protect the environment, wildlife and sustain the way of life of indigenous cultures & communities. More and more and governments choose the long term benefit of sustainable tourism over the short term gain of mining and logging. A good example is Gabon which in 2002 after recommendations from environmental researchers set up 13 new national parks. The government of Guyana is currently considering protecting its entire rainforest region which still covers 80% of the country. Hopefully through our combined effort this dream will one day become true.

Mission
FRONTEERING specializes in organizing volunteer abroad projects to preserve the environment, wildlife and indigenous people throughout the world while giving the volunteers a real and raw experience in some of the most beautiful and often remote places in the world to make a true difference.

Vision
FRONTEERING strives to provide real off the beaten path volunteer abroad experiences worldwide that satisfy the need for volunteer projects that truly makes a difference for the environment, wildlife and indigenous people.


61 recensioni · rating4.7

泽宇 张 rating5

2024 at Wild Takhi Research & Conservation

The national park is spectacular! We went for an outing every morning for wild Takhi observation every morning. Having a moment in your lifetime in the wild with all the nature surrounding you is probably the most wonderful experience. The accommodation managers and staffs are super helpful and ...
Enya Niedermeier rating4.6

2024 at Wild Takhi Research & Conservation

My stay at the project was great! The food was awesome and I rather felt like I was at a hotel at times with the quality. Watching the Takhis was an experience I will never forget! The room was basic but clean. Riding through the National Park was an insane experience and I’ll always cherish those ...
Fabricio Rezende rating5

2023 at Wild Takhi Research & Conservation

I had a very good experience with the Hustai National Park,even though,the Volunteer Program wasn't clear about how the structure of the Hustai Camp works.I think the connection between the Hustai website should be more clear here over the ...
This marks the first of many reviews I'll be sharing about my experiences with Fronteering. My time at Hustai National Park in Mongolia was nothing short of extraordinary. Even now, I maintain close contact with Nara, the dedicated volunteer coordinator, her husband, who serves as the ranger manager ...
Michelle Sailor rating5

2018 at Wild Takhi Research & Conservation

As soon as I saw this opportunity I knew I had to do it, even though Mongolia was not somewhere I had ever thought to go before. The people working at Hustai National Park made everything so easy, from picking me up at the airport to finding and booking a hostel for me to stay at for a couple of ...
Deirdre Conroy rating4.2

2024 at Pantanal Wildlife Research

My experience on this volunteer program was excellent due to the hard work and planning by my host Alexine. She is a fund of knowledge and is dedicated to her project (Peccary Project, see also on Instagram, peccary_queixada_project). I also worked with an amazing team working with the giant ant ...

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