This includes tracking the African Wild Dogs, monitoring the lions, leopards, elephant and other important species, farm-to-wild rehabilitation work, collect data on vegetation and animals for university science projects and wildlife recovery, visiting the local villages to participate in community conservation and learning about wildlife and wildlife science.
Volunteers stay in a converted old farm house in the north of the reserve in comfort, with running hot water, electricity, wi-fi and tours run anytime of the year. Just five and a half hours from Johannesburg Airport, we are a very accessible corner of Botswana.
Set at one of the most unique and beautiful wilderness locations in the world, Limpopo-Lipadi game reserve is singly accessible and remote at the same time. Botswana has a strong conservation ethic, and is working to improve the livelihood of the peoples who live alongside the wildlife. You can play a part in that journey….
- Tracking African Wild dog
- Get out of the car and get active
- Lectures from the resident researchers
- See tons of wildlife
- Spectacular scenery