So your conservation work with animals will be meaningful, as well as a once in a life time experience!
Shamwari Vet Eco Safari Experience has been carefully selected to provide you with a hands on, work based learning experience into Wildlife Veterinary practices in South Africa. The project covers both practical and theoretical based learning and will expose you to exciting conservation activities as well as hands on Veterinary procedures and techniques. This course is a more relaxed, scaled down version to our world famous Vets Go Wild Courses.
If you are looking for a hands-on Africa vet experience and need to fulfill a portion of your Extra Mural Study (EMS) requirements, Vets Go Wild have the perfect animal care courses for you, featuring the opportunity to work with vets in South Africa.
If you’ve always had a passion for the fastest cat in the world, and you want to get close to them then the Hoedspruit cheetah project is the one for you! Get involved in various aspects of animal rehabilitation at both the Endangered Species Sanctuary and the Big Five Game Reserve.
Feel the heartbeat and rhythm of Africa at Amakhala Game Reserve, which has quickly become one of the finest tourist destinations in the Eastern Cape wilderness. It is a malaria free reserve which boasts the accolade of accommodating the Big Five in South Africa.
We are dedicated to developing and supporting the guiding Industry with highly competent, professional and knowledgeable Nature guides. Ulovane is situated in the malaria free Eastern Cape, set amongst South Africa’s most interesting geological and paleontological history.
Which project is for you: Amakhala Game Reserve, Big Cat Research, Cape Town Sports Coaching, Colobus Trust Monkey Sanctuary, Eco School Trip Challenge, Elephant and Leopard Research, Game Ranger Environmental Training, Hoedspruit Cheetah Project, Kariega Conservation Project, Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre, ORCA Marine Foundation, Shamwari Game Reserve, Thanda Game Reserve Photography Course, Vets go Wild, and Willing Workers in South Africa.