Project updates, volunteer testimonials and stories from around Africa

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March special offers

2-for-1 on wildlife sanctuary bookings and save 30% on our Rhino & Elephant Programme and Wildlife Conservation Course. See all our March 2021 special offers!

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Travel #ForNature after Covid-19

We take a look at what we can do individually to make sure we align our travel goals with a conscious effort to do right by the planet. How to support biodiversity and travel responsibly.

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3 ways to travel responsibly after Covid-19

How can we all travel more responsibly and sustainably when borders reopen? We take a look at what Covid-19 has taught us about the impact of our increasingly globe-trotting lifestyles, and what we can do in the future.

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Our top tips for family volunteering!

Family volunteering is one of the safest and easiest ways to dust off your backpack, and introduce your family to new experiences and different cultures. Here are our top tips for volunteering with your family!

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Humpback Whale Research blog

My incredible volunteer experience in Mozambique!

From July to September hundreds of humpback whales migrate into the warm waters off the coast of Mozambique. Our Humpback Whale Research project studies these whales, identifying movement patterns and making photo ID’s of individual whales. Read about Len’s time on the project.

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When is a wildlife sanctuary not a sanctuary

How can you be sure that you choose an ethical wildlife sanctuary to volunteer at? Read this article to ensure that you volunteer in a responsible sanctuary, dedicated to animal welfare, and focused on animal rehabilitation and release.

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Volunteer programmes that help with rhino conservation

Rhino poaching in Africa has reached crisis point, and across the globe, rhino habitats are shrinking. Once found in abundant numbers across Asia and Africa, today three of the five remaining species of rhino are Critically Endangered, facing a high chance of extinction in the not distant future.

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