A group of ACE volunteers and staff gathered around a camp fire at night time in the African bush
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Norma Falconer: smiling at the camera while feeding the rhinos at Care for Wild Africa

Norma Falconer

🇬🇧 United Kingdom

Length of Trip
20 Nights

Project Year

This is my second time volunteering with African Conservation Experience (ACE). After I arrived back home upon finishing my first volunteer experience, I just had to go back! So I decided to go back to Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre and Care for Wild Africa Rhino Sanctuary as I loved every minute of volunteering. It was a bit tough at times, but it was still so incredibly rewarding.

The highlight this time around was seeing a rescued pangolin up close for the first time while at Care for Wild. It’s the most trafficked mammal in the world, so being able to learn more about it as well as seeing the process of re-integrating pangolins back into the wild was such a privilege. I also really enjoyed caring for the baby animals, especially the bush babies and the baby leopard, at Moholoholo.

I would highly recommend volunteering to people who have a genuine interest when it comes to animals and conservation.

ACE is the company to travel with for wildlife volunteering because they are so organised and professional. They are wonderful!