Regarded as one of the most biodiverse wildlands in all of Africa, Zululand is home to a plethora of phenomenal wildlife species: antelope, rhinos, big cats and more can all be found roaming the region, and much of its vast plain has been declared as a World Heritage Site. Yet certain risks, such as the poaching crisis, threaten the very existence of Zululand’s ecosystems.
The Zululand Wildlife Conservation Project is committed to the monitoring and re-introduction of threatened wildlife species (such as the iconic 'Big Five') and is the only conservation organisation in South Africa to boast support from of the WWF, the Endangered Wildlife Trust, the Wildlands Conservation Trust, and other world-famous conservation authorities. Visit one of five fantastic reserves as you work to make a difference to South Africa's conservation efforts!
- Monitor and track wildlife in the African bush
- Gather some incredible images of the local wildlife
- Visit one of five incredible reserves, taking the time to see more than one when you volunteer for more than 2 weeks!