- Walking with orphaned baboons in the bush
- Taking a walk on the wild side by engaging in enrichment walks with cheetahs
- Feeding the animals, all the way from tiny meerkats to impressive carnivores
- Horseback riding as to provide enrichment to the animals – as well as learning new skills!
Become a volunteer in Namibia, and see how you could make a difference to the lives of the countless wildlife species which call this nation home. Baboons, big cats, meerkats and more all find their homes right here at the sanctuary, and whether they’re there to stay or due to be re-released into their natural habitats, your help as a volunteer will allow them to have the best-possible quality of life.
During your time on the project, you will get involved in all aspects of reserve work, helping with tasks such as enclosure cleaning, helping to build new fences, and feeding some of the sanctuary’s many animal residents. No matter the task, your time spent volunteering will be both beneficial and rewarding, leaving you with memories to last a lifetime.
Of course, an ability to make lasting memories isn’t the only reason to volunteer. There are many people who join this project for the ability to take part in an array of highlights, from babysitting baboons as part of an overnight activity, to helping mighty carnivores to realise their strength before returning to their natural homes. What better way to experience Namibian life than by aiding the survival of the country’s most iconic species?
A volunteer experience at the sanctuary should not be missed, so get involved and help the in-country team to achieve their goals. Even long after you return home, a donation taken from your volunteer fee will help the sanctuary to continue to thrive – making this one of the most worthwhile ways you could possibly choose to travel.