Assist in vital conservation research work with some of Africa’s most endangered carnivores.
Deep in the Namibian bush you have the rare opportunity to work with some of Africa’s most extraordinary creatures – hand-raise baboons, care for injured animals, & track & monitor big cats.
Care for and help rescued, injured and orphaned African wildlife and give them a second chance in life.
Assist the team with data collection to help with research on cheetah and leopard releases in the stunning Namib Desert
Be part of an ongoing research program on cheetahs, leopards and hyenas while helping with the conservation efforts.
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.
Embark on a remote expedition, exploring a place not many people have explored, learning new skills and helping discover what species exist on the 45,000 hectares of wild land.
Join an award winning elephant conservation team to help protect and research the desert elephants.
Work alongside professional wildlife researchers monitoring cheetah, leopard and hyena in Namibia
Contribute to the medical welfare of remote communities and live in unspoilt African wilderness. Assist the resident doctor and nurses to provide primary healthcare to the local community.