This volunteer experience takes you to the northwestern regions of the Namib Desert, traditionally known as ‘Damaraland’.
This harsh tribal wilderness area, runs parallel to the skeleton coast national park, and is home to a small population of desert-adapted elephants.
The Saving Elephants by Helping People (SEHP) project of the Sri Lanka Wildlife Conservation Society (SLWCS) is one of the longest operating community-based participatory human-elephant conflict resolution projects in the world.
Aide Primate Conservation at our Monkey Sanctuary in Kenya
Do you want to help preserve the future of an endangered species? Now you have a chance to contribute in our primate conservation efforts while working with monkeys in our Kenyan sanctuary.
The Masai Mara is quite possibly Africa’s finest safari destination, most famous for its annual wildebeest and zebra migration which has been called “the greatest wildlife show on earth”. This area has one of the highest densities of carnivores in Africa, as well as supporting a range of endangered species.