Modgaji Conservation Projects is based on a 4000-hectare reserve in the beautiful Greater Kruger area. Our Goal: To rehabilitate the land that was once used purely for hunting and farming activities into a eco-reserve for wildlife.
The founder of the Project started conservation work in the early 90s and has played a pivotal role in the creation of game reserves such as Thornybush and Amakala Game Reserve.
The project also focuses on the successfully breeding, rehabilitation and release of endangered species, particularly cheetah. Over the years the project has successfully released cheetahs onto multiple game reserves around South Africa and Gorangoza National Park in Mozambique.
The project on people whom have a love for wildlife, conservation, and animals to be part of this incredible project that will leave you with memories of a lifetime. The project relies on volunteers and it's following for its continuity and that's why we need your help!
- Located in South Africa's Wildlife Hot spot - The Greater Kruger Area
- Work alongside wild and captive cheetah
- Volunteers stay in Furnished Safari Tents
- Our Volunteer Camp is powered completely by solar energy
- The reserve is home to many other incredible free roaming wildlife such as Giraffe, Elephant, Sable, Kudu, Hyena, and many more!
Volunteers need to have an average to a good level of fitness.
We do not recommend this program to pregnant women or people with serious disabilities.