Wildlife is facing similar threats across the world, from the plains of Africa to the jungles of Central America. Poaching, the illegal wildlife trade and habitat loss is having a devastating effect on many species and needs to be stopped.
Volunteers on our research and conservation projects contribute to the protection of these species and play a key role in their survival through varying conservation efforts and will spend a significant portion of their experience abroad on research game drives, boat trips or expeditions. These are an amazing way to get up-close and personal with wildlife, such as big cats, elephants, marine life and more and offers a unique chance to monitor and document animal behaviors, contribute to important on-going research and help conserve the surrounding ecosystems.
Our wildlife conservation projects include endangered Big 5 and predator research in South Africa, dolphin and marine research in Zanzibar and Fiji, lion rehabilitation in Zimbabwe and Zambia and monitoring of sea turtles and jaguars in Costa Rica.