Agape's wildlife conservation programme in South Africa gives volunteers the chance to engage in front-line conservation work, protecting endangered species in Marakele National Park in South Africa. Our local team of dedicated animal protection staff are committed to ensuring that the lions, white & black rhinos, elephants, leopards, cheetahs, buffaloes and hyenas of the Park are given the care they need, but we also require volunteers to help continue this vital work.
As a wildlife conservation volunteer in South Africa you will be involved in a variety of the exciting activities required to ensure that the animals native to Marakele National Park are protected from the growing threats of climate change and poaching. Some of the nature reserve volunteering projects that you will assist in include animal monitoring, anti-poaching, and park management. Volunteers go on at two game drives per day, ensuring that most of you time is spent where the need is greatest: with the animals.
- Front-line work with an experienced conservation team
- Two game drives per day
- Stay in a beautiful location right inside the National Park
We're proud that Agape's work in South Africa has already had an enormous impact on the environment we work in, and you can be a great help in continuing this good work. As a wildlife conservation volunteer in South Africa you will have an impact on all the animals you work with, as well as on the eco-system as a whole. But the best thing about volunteering? You get to come and see first-hand the impact you can make!