Volunteer at a National Park
Volunteering at a National Park
Volunteer at a national park on your gap year and get up close and personal with some of the most majestic mountains, deserts, seacoasts, lakes, wildlife, glaciers and plant life the world over. Whether your interest is in eco-sustainability, marine biology, archaeology and more there is sure to be a national park that is of interest to you.
Volunteer at a national park and spend your days in the midst of nature and meet people from all different backgrounds. Volunteers are encouraged to get involved in the great outdoors and participate in hiking, climbing, horse-riding, boating, fishing and wildlife watching in the summer along with skiing, snowshoeing, snow coaching and more in the winter time. With so much to see and do, your time volunteering at a national park will fly by and you’re likely to have the best experience of your life.
If you are interested in a placement as a volunteer at a national park then have a read through our product listings and contact someone that can help you today.
Australia Wildlife Sanctuary Volunteers - Kangaroo Island
Duration: from 2 Weeks to 4 Weeks
Get a closer look at Australia’s wildlife, assisting with a worthwhile conservation project. You’ll play a significant role in the preservation of indigenous species from kangaroos to koalas on...
Namibia Wildlife Sanctuary Volunteers
Duration: from 2 Weeks
Get up close to some of Namibia’s fascinating Wildlife including Baboons, Cheetahs, Meerkats, Lions, Caracals and Leopards. You’ll play a key role in caring for injured, orphaned or abandoned...
Conservation Led Veterinary Medicine Programme
Duration: from 16 Days
Countries: South Africa
Take part in Vets Go Wild – as seen on ITV’s Safari Vet School! If you are looking for a hands-on Africa vet experience and need to fulfill a portion of your Extra Mural Study (EMS) requirements,...
Australia Koala Sanctuary
Duration: from 14 Days to 28 Days
A great opportunity to care for endangered animals in Australia and absorb the beauties of the Aussie outdoors! You’ll learn all about these indigenous creatures and help with work that will ensure...
Protect the Udzungwa Mountain elephant population
Duration: from 5 Weeks to 10 Weeks
Communities that live in elephant migration corridors face damage to crops & water supplies. To prevent human/animal conflict we will be building fences using natural deterrents - chillies & beehives!