Blog category: Conservation news
Latest conservation updates
It’s some of the most exciting news we’re heard in a while – Namibia is now open for international tourism! This vast country has seen some of the world’s lowest Covid-19 cases and deaths, and with a low population density and wide open spaces perfect for social distancing, it’s a dream post-lockdown destination.
The world of wildlife sanctuary volunteering and captive animal interactions is an often murky one, brought into disrepute by sanctuaries keeping animals in terrible conditions, breeding indiscriminately with no intention
Find out how volunteers can assist in the conservation of Africa’s second most endangered carnivore. Often misunderstood, the African wild dog is another victim of the human-wildlife conflict.
September 13th-15th 2019: a truly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get involved on the front line of conservation! Join experienced wildlife vets on a 3-day rhino collaring operation in Zimbabwe – book now!
To celebrate baby Khanya, we are offering all volunteers on the Rhino & Elephant Programme a whopping 15% discount! Book your place to start between 2nd September and 25th November and you will pay as little as $765!