Get behind the scenes at the world-renowned Shamwari Game Reserve - a 25,000-hectare Big Five Reserve, featured in documentaries on Nat Geo Wild & Animal Planet.
10.995 DKK / 2 weeks
1,720 USD / 2 weeks
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be involved with researching the largest fish in our ocean: The whale shark.
16.995 DKK / 2 weeks
2,550 USD / 2 weeks
If you are dreaming about getting behind the scenes and become involved in wildlife conservation in Africa, then volunteering is the right choice for you!
Lost Adventures offers you the opportunity to volunteer at one (or more) of our 11 favorite wildlife and marine projects in Africa and at the Maldives. The programmes shares the same ethical approach to wildlife conservation by giving you an authentic learning experience and an adventure of a lifetime! The projects will either take you behind the scenes at some of the worlds most renowned big five game reserves in South Africa, sharpen your photographic skills next to Kruger National Park or close encounters with our ocean's biggest fish - the whale shark!
Whether you are a gap year student, career breaker, retired or just want to try something different, volunteering is for people from all walks of life who are enthusiastic about wildlife conservation and the environment. You can join a project for 2 – 12 weeks, which will give you the unique opportunity to become involved in a wide variety of wildlife conservation activities such as: anti-poaching patrols, wildlife research & data collection, tracking, community involvement and lots more. Volunteering with wildlife conservation is the ultimate life changing and rewarding experience you can have - and we are here to assist you with the planning and our tips & tricks to perfect your adventure.
Family volunteering is an amazing opportunity to bring your family to the African bush, join the daily work and activities with wildlife conservation and share the special memories together! The age restriction at most projects is minimum 16 years old, but some of our project do offer the opportunity for families with younger children to participate.
If you want to join a wildlife project as a family, then please contact us for more information about family volunteering.