Location
  • Madagascar
    • Fort Dauphin
    • Antananarivo
Length
1 to 10 weeks

Program Details

Timeframe
Short Term Spring Break Summer Winter Year Round
Housing
Host Family Tent
Groups
Small Group (1-15) Medium Group (16-30) Large Group (31+)
Travel Type
Budget Family Older Travelers Solo Women

Pricing

Starting Price
500
What's Included
Accommodation Equipment Meals
What's Not Included
Airfare Travel Insurance Visa
Jan 20, 2021
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About Program

Pod Volunteer is looking for volunteers to help protect the endangered habitats of unique Madagascan species including lemurs.

The Conservation project aims to help protect the unique and fragile ecosystem by conducting valuable research into the region’s biodiversity, helping to drive conservation strategy for future protection. 99% of amphibians, 96% of reptiles and 93% of mammals found in Madagascar are unique and found nowhere else on earth, so it’s a very exciting project to be part of a team with new species found almost every year!

Work to collect data on local biodiversity and conserve the coastal forest by supporting sustainable community initiatives. Live in a beautiful coastal village surrounded by tropical forest and stunning beaches.

Most people will only get a glimpse of the magic and mystery of Madagascar through a David Attenborough nature documentary, those with the opportunity to visit will see the full glory of the country!

This program is currently not being promoted on Go Overseas by its provider. Check with Pod Volunteer for the most up-to-date information regarding the status of this program.

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Program Highlights

  • Protect the endangered habitats of unique Madagascan species including lemurs
  • Help conserve the forest by supporting community initiatives and collecting data on local biodiversity
  • Being a volunteer in Madagascar is truly captivating, this country is the world’s fourth biggest island and over 95% of wildlife in there is endemic and exists nowhere else, including the infamous lemurs, aye-ayes and leaf tailed geckos

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