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Animals and nature

Tatenda Wildlife Conservation

Rhino’s and elephants are at the top of the news reel almost every day. Unfortunately, it is normally to do with the poaching of these beautiful animals. Here at this project you can make a different in the fight to … Read More

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Wildlife Rescue Center

Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world, made up of 17,504 tropical islands fringed with sandy white beaches. Sulawesi is the closest Indonesian island to the Philippines and is the hub of illegal trade in wild and exotic animals … Read More

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Wildlife Village

Costa Rica is a small country; its surface area is no bigger than one fifth of Great Britain.  Astonishing 6% of the entire world’s species richness can be found here. Here you can be working in a forest near the … Read More

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Jaguar Breeding Ground

At the Jaguar Breeding Ground you will help with the preservation of endangered Brazilian species. The project places great emphasis on research to improve and develop techniques for animals in captivity and to document all aspects of farming. The purpose … Read More

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Puyo Animal Rescue Center

In the rainforest in Puyo, you as animal lover have the chance to make a difference for animals in trouble! Animal Rescue Centre has been in action since 2006. Wild animals illegally kept as pets, affected by diseases or subjected to neglect and mismanagement are the ones who … Read More

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Galapagos

Do you dream about exploring the Galapagos Islands? Now you can discover these unique islands and at the same time make a difference for both people and nature! Discover the islands of San Cristobal, Santa Cruz and Isabela with us. … Read More

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Kenya Wildlife

The project is the largest black rhino sanctuary in east Africa, and home to three of the world’s last remaining northern white rhino. It is the only place in Kenya to see chimpanzees, in a sanctuary established to rehabilitate animals … Read More

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Australian Wildlife Rescue

Every year,  hundreds of thousands of native animals are injured, orphaned or become sick, often because of interaction with people or domestic pets. This wildlife shelter in country Australia is one of the largest unsupported  privately owned wildlife shelters in … Read More

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Great Barrier Reef Turtles

Spend your days with the turtles in a tropical paradise of rainforest and beaches within the calm sheltered waters of the Great Barrier Reef. Species of turtles in care at the centre include Green, Hawksbill and Olive Ridley turtles. … Read More

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Wallabies & Wombats

While the number of native animals needing help is increasing, volunteer numbers are not keeping up. Your contribution is enormous as the feeding schedule of baby animals is a busy one and the shelter needs surrogate mums to provide food … Read More

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Big 5- wildlife reserve

South Africa has an amazing wildlife and just outside the Krüger Park lies this amazing project. Here you will work on a reserve that aims to become self-sufficient and are working for a sustainable environment. You live among Africa’s wildlife … Read More

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Madagascar

Madagascar offers beaches, impressive caves, rainforests, waterfalls and city life. This island is the forth largest Island in the world. This land of smiles and contrasts is ready to take you on your next adventure whether helping out in local … Read More

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Tasmanian Animal Sanctuary

Australia has some of the world’s most unique wildlife, with many species found only in Australia.  This makes wildlife conservation in Australia incredible important. Sadly, however, Australia is facing an extinction crisis, and has the worst mammal extinction record in … Read More

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Wildlife Sanctuary in Sydney

In this program, you will have an opportunity to undo some of this damage and make a real contribution to the conservation of Australia’s native wildlife by supporting a local sanctuary that provides a refuge for Australia’s threatened species. Set … Read More

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Baby Rhino

The rhino is an animal in danger of extinction because of poaching and loss of habitat. At this project in South Africa you will help injured or orphaned wild animals, and learn how to manage the entire process. The center … Read More

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Bat Hospital

This project is based between The Great Barrier and the Tropical Rainforest of northern Queensland, Australia. These areas are rich in biodiversity, actually among the richest in the world. Working as a volunteer here, means mostly work with animals and … Read More

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Big Cats Sanctuary

After much hard work we are delighted to offer a long-term and sustainable big cats project. This project is a driving force in the fight against so-called “Canned Hunting”, and only a handful of travel agents have permission to work … Read More

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Marine research Sanremo

This program is an exciting opportunity to observe marine mammals in their natural environment and make a contribution towards their survival and conservation. Research cruises in the north western Mediterranean, Italy, are aimed at the study of eight cetacean species, including fin whales, … Read More

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Dolphin expedition

Dolphins inhabiting the coastal waters of Greece are facing significant threats. Some dolphin populations must deal with increasing human encroachment, while others have disappeared altogether from portions of their former range. At the Dolphin Project you will work to ensure … Read More

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Wildlife – research

In Namibia’s magnificent desert landscape, you now have the opportunity to volunteer at three research stations. Three unique projects that, among other things, will work with the tracking of previously released animals, the care of their free cheetahs, camera trapping, … Read More

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Namibia Wildlife

You are given the opportunity to work with conservation, environmental protection and also spend time at a local school. A unique project where you will be very happy no matter what work orientation you choose. With Namibia’s magnificent nature just … Read More

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Animal conservation center

Take the opportunity to work at the animal project, located in a beautiful setting in southern Brazil. You take care of animals that have been harmed or mistreated. Your help is needed to rehabilitate and re-introduced them into their natural … Read More

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Save Sea Turtles

Situated in a fantastic setting, surrounded by sea and jungle, with great wildlife like parrots, crocodiles, lizards and many more animals, you’ll find this amazing project. Here you have the opportunity to contribute, with your help and enthusiasm we can … Read More

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Asian Wildlife

Help to rehabilitate animals by volunteering for this magnificent project. You will be living and working in an amazing environment! Loss of habitat is the greatest threat to wildlife in Thailand. The Centre has provided shelter for several types of … Read More

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Elephant Rehabilitation

Surrounded by a beautiful environment, you have the opportunity to work with one of the most magnificent creatures in the world, the elephant. Elephants are decreasing, not only in Thailand but all over the globe. It is not only the … Read More

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Bali Turtle Conservation

On the charming island of Nusa Penida, located 45 minutes by boat ride from Bali’s mainland, lies the centre for turtle conservation. The project is in its infancy stage and as a volunteer you will help with many different aspects, … Read More

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Wildlife Conservation at a BIG 5 Reserve

This Big 5 project is based in the Victoria Falls region. Here volunteer gain hands-on experience in conservation management activities, research projects, environmental awareness, sustainability projects and community development projects. Once a week you will camp in the bush, make … Read More

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Sea Turtle Conservation

In Sri Lanka’s south-western tip, you will find coastal towns with powdery white sand lying on the edge of the Bay of Bengal, the largest bay in the world. Many of the villages along the coast are reliant on fishing … Read More

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Giant Panda

Thanks to their charm and sympathetic appearances the Giant pandas are one of the world’s most beloved animals. The consequence of this admiration however has left these Giant pandas with little peace to live in. On this project you will … Read More

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Walking with Lions

After Volunteer Travels Ltd. started asking questions to this project, about why they continue to breed lion cubs for captivity, when they are not releasing any lions yet in their “release stages”, the supplier of this project decided to stop … Read More

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The Big 5 Nature Project

This project lies on the border of one of the most famous wildlife areas in Africa, Kruger National Park. As a volunteer with this project you will learn all about the Southern African wildlife, as well as be involved with … Read More

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Elephant and Human Conflict Initiative

Is working with elephants in Africa somthing you have been dreaming about? This elephant project aims to increase knowledge and interaction between people and desert elephants in north-western Namibia, by providing infrastructure that allows humans and animals to use the … Read More

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Diving and Marine Adventures

On Mozambique’s southern coast, outside the town of Inhambane lies the idyllic little fishing village, Tofo. You as a volunteer will assist in a marine project that focuses on the study of whale sharks – the world’s largest fish and … Read More

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