Game Reserve Conservation Volunteer

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Game Reserve Conservation Volunteer

from £800
Duration: from 2 weeks to 12 weeks
Countries: South Africa
Explore the stunning African landscape whilst simultaneously creating a long-lasting impact on the wildlife that lives there with this conservation project.
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Game Reserve Conservation Volunteer

Help compliment your studies or career by joining a conservation project which aims to protect and preserve wildlife, which would help educate you through close and personal experiences, with both Mother Nature and the African Big Five! In this project you will be able to spend time caring for a wide range of animals in a game reserve, not far from South Africa's stunning Garden Route, so on your weekends off you can still spend your time exploring!


Wildlife, impressive African plains, sunshine and nearby beaches means that you will never forget this experience, as it is both beneficial to you and the wildlife you are helping preserve. Such jobs include assisting at the Elephant Sanctuary, caring for lion cubs, caring for orphaned and injured wildlife, research and wilderness hikes and looking after the various other animals! The white lion breeding centre,  a lion 're-wilding' camp, the caring for injured or abandoned lions until they are ready to be released back into the wild and a large plains sanctuary all prove that your time in this project would be worthwhile, to you and the animals.


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