EXPERIENCE REAL WILDLIFE CONSERVATION IN AFRICA
Wildlife ACT runs critical endangered and priority conservation projects in Africa. You can join our professional team (who are supported by the WWF) and contribute to our conservation projects, while simultaneously having the African wildlife experience of a lifetime, as we monitor animals like Cheetah, African Wild Dog, Rhino, Lion, Elephant and Leopard. Wildlife ACT ‘s projects are conducted on game reserves in Zululand, South Africa – an area which resounds with the heartbeat of Africa, and which is one of the most diverse and productive wild lands on the planet.
If you want to visit the real African wilderness and be a part of real conservation volunteer projects, Wildlife ACT is looking for you. Apply today to become a conservation volunteer!
WHY CHOOSE WILDLIFE ACT?
- We are the only conservation volunteer programme in Africa supported by, and that work with high profile conservation organisations including WWF, Endangered Wildlife Trust and Wildlands Conservation Trust.
- Our projects run across four different Game Reserves; Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, Mkhuze Game Reserve, Thanda Private Game Reserve and Tembe Elephant Park. Conservation volunteers therefore get the chance to experience varied natural environments – all other volunteer organisations allow their volunteers to experience only one reserve.
- Unlike other volunteer organisations that work solely on small private game reserves, we operate on large nationally proclaimed and protected Game Reserves giving you a real sense of African wilderness.
- The Wildlife ACT experience is unmatched in terms of the type of work we do and diversity of species including the ‘BIG 5′.
- No more than five conservation volunteers are allowed per reserve at any given time. Unlike other volunteer projects, we are not a safari where up to 10 people get on one vehicle and as many as 30 volunteers on one private reserve!
- Our team members are highly qualified and focused on real conservation.