August 29, 2016

African Conservation Expedition 2017

A great opportunity to be a part of something special!

Wildlife ACT is offering a once-in-a-lifetime African Conservation Expedition opportunity for 8 people who want to make a significant contribution to Endangered African Wildlife Conservation and enjoy the more luxurious side of the African bush at the same time. What's more is that all proceeds are to go to directly to the Emergency Response Fund. Please read more about this fund in the link.Please note that this conservation expedition is separate from our regular volunteering projects.Anyone interested to please email

African Conservation Expedition 2017

What Can I Expect from this African Conservation Expedition?

  • A unique hands-on conservation experience in the remote African bush
  • 8 nights stay in two of South Africa's iconic parks - including the oldest BIG 5 game reserve in Africa
  • Luxury accommodation & outdoor dining under the stars
  • Great video and photographic opportunities!
  • An education and first-hand account into what is happening in African Wildlife Conservation from the experts

Some African Conservation Expedition Highlights Include:

  • A rhino walk, participation in a rhino dart and dehorning and a visit to the rhino orphanage
  • Monitoring and tracking some of Africa's most endangered & iconic species
  • Participation in the darting and collaring of an African Wild Dog
  • Vulture tagging session planned

The Wildlife ACT African Conservation Expedition is an opportunity to get up close and personal with some of Africa's most iconic, endangered and priority species, including African Wild Dogs, Black & White Rhino, Cheetah, Lion, Elephants, Vultures and more. This is not so much a tourist safari, but an opportunity to contribute to African wildlife conservation in an ethical and comfortable manner. The experience will allow you to see and understand exactly where your money is going and how it will help to save our endangered species.

>> Anyone interested to please email

>> Download the full African Conservation Expedition 2017 itinerary