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.
Come and join this once in a lifetime project, giving you the chance to help in essential human-animal conflict reduction in the deserts of Namibia.
Be part of an ongoing research program on cheetahs, leopards and hyenas while helping with the conservation efforts.
Volunteer in Indonesia and help care for orangutans, sun bears, monkeys, crocodiles, and a wide range of birds at this wildlife rescue centre in Indonesia.
Volunteer at the award-winning Matang Wildlife Centre in Sarawak, Borneo, and get up close and personal with orangutans, sun bears and much more.
Work on the Balule Game Reserve in the greater Kruger National Park with experienced field guides, research managers and ecologists.
Work alongside professional wildlife researchers monitoring cheetah, leopard and hyena in Namibia
This centre works with the Ministry of the Environment and the Environmental Police to rescue and rehabilitate wild animals from the jungle that were victims of abuse and animal trafficking.
Get up, close and personal with one of the world’s most iconic apes - the endangered mountain gorilla - in the lush rainforests of Uganda’s stunning Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Carry out groundbreaking survey work in Costa Rica’s remote habitats and help combat the effects of climate change as you track and conserve some of the country’s most mysterious creatures.
Patrol the glorious sandy beaches of Costa Rica as you wait for turtles to come to shore and lay their eggs. Help protect hundreds of baby turtles as they scramble to the sea post hatching.