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Our website is like an encyclopedia of southern Africa’s most exciting wildlife conservation projects. But sometimes there’s just no substitute for talking to someone who’s been there and done it.
Our staff are not only experienced in travel management but also carry zoological and conservation-related qualifications. We regularly travel to each project so that we always have up-to-date information for you and can discuss your options based on our own first-hand experience.
So if you need help finding the right experience for you, get in touch with us by phone, email or via our online application form (just click the link in the upper right corner of every page).
That’s really up to you. Our shortest experiences can be completed in just five days. Some locations ask that you stay for at least two weeks. But many of our travellers choose to say for a lot longer than this, up to many months.
Absolutely. If you choose to move between different conservation projects, we can also arrange your transfers.
Due to the small size of some conservation projects and initiatives we work with, availability on our experiences can be fairly limited. You may also need to organise a tourist visa which could take up to eight weeks to arrive.
For these reasons, we recommend you get in touch with us as soon as you’re interested in travelling.
We want every traveller to enjoy a hugely memorable and rewarding time in Africa. So before booking, we take the time to find out a little about what you want and discuss your options. Here’s how it works:
No. We’ll ensure you’re matched to an experience that suits your interests and ambitions. But you do not need any specific qualifications or past experience.
Once you’ve confirmed your booking, you can start organising your trip. Here are a few things to put on your to-do list: