Help protect the lush surroundings of some of the world’s most stunning areas by volunteering on a community environmental project abroad. There are thousands of different plant and wildlife species the world over and issues such as deforestation and global warming have played a major role in the way these species continue to breed. Your work will help conserve the fauna and flora across the globe and improve overall soil and water quality.
Regular tasks can vary day to day when on a community environmental project but may include monitoring and surveillance, data collection, sample collecting, digging trenches for pipes and tubing, building dams… the list goes on!
Most environmental volunteering projects require a Monday to Friday working week with weekends free to explore the neighbouring provinces, taking part in such activities such as trekking, visiting hot springs, scuba diving and more. If community environmental projects interest you, contact one of our partners and take part in environmental volunteering on your gap year.
Spending valuable time in both Kenya & Tanzania, you’ll make a huge impact on the rural communities that you’ll live & work alongside. Improve schools, homes & protect endangered wildlife.
On this project you’ll have the opportunity to gain experience in implementing renewable energy technologies in Nicaraguan communities and help them move away from fossil fuels
Immerse yourself in the traditions and culture of the local communities and make a measurable difference to improving their quality of life on our volunteer projects.
Make the mighty Amazon Rainforest & Andes Mountains your home. Immerse yourself in the traditions & culture of the local community, making a measurable difference to their quality of life.
This project offers volunteers the opportunity to enhance their wildlife photography skills whilst contributing to vital conservation within nearby reserves.
Business internships in a travel company in Arusha, the safari capital of Tanzania. Perfectly placed to add a phase of volunteering at the Indian Ocean coast and a trip to Zanzibar island.
Assist in the conservation efforts of the Naboisho Conservancy in Kenya’s Masai Mara Reserve by monitoring wildlife and conducting important research.
Stay in our awesome coastal camp surrounded by palm trees, immerse yourself in the local way of life. Projects include school improvement, home building & environmental initiatives.
Travel with us to ancient Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, lands of unimaginable beauty, on an adventure that will take you from night bazaars to picture perfect vistas.
Sumatran rhinos. Pygmy elephants. Red-leaf monkeys. Spiders’ webs and hardwood trees. Discover the rainforests of Malaysian Borneo.