Volunteer on your gap year and work with amazing animals in Africa by joining one of these animal projects in Zimbabwe. You can make a really difference on your travels by helping to conserve, research, and protect some of the most incredible animals the world has to offer.
This is the only project in the world where you can take lions for a walk through a game reserve!
Study to become a Level 1 Field Guide on a FGASA in Victoria Falls. This 55 day safari guide course covers a variety of topics from animal behaviour, guiding, wildlife, birds and ecology.
A unique opportunity to contribute to the protection and conservation of the African elephant and endangered Black Rhino. Get hands-on experience with these amazing animals.
Support rangers on the front line of critical anti-poaching activities. Challenge yourself, learn tracking and survival skills and go on overnight patrols in the African wilderness.
A unique and personal experience, rescuing and rehabilitating everything from lions to primates, helping with our rural vet clinic and working with the local community.
The Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage is a sanctuary for a wide range of wildlife species, run by dedicated conservationists and with the help of enthusiastic international volunteers.
The most fun that you can have on a horse! Combine horse riding safaris with hands-on rhino and elephant conservation, anti-poaching patrols and game park management.
Antelope Park, Zimbabwe is where our ground-breaking Lion Rehabilitation Program began. Volunteers get the opportunity to work closely with lions and help the future of this iconic species.
Assist with hands-on lion conservation and rehabilitation with the mighty Victoria Falls - one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World - as your backdrop!
Join a team of dedicated vets and conservationists at this rewarding, family-run rescue centre. Live in the heart of the sanctuary, a haven for a variety of large and small mammals and birds.