• Zambia
3 weeks

Program Details

Age Min.
Short Term
Small Group (1-15)
Travel Type
Older Travelers Solo Women


Starting Price
Price Details
The minimum fee of $2600 will be used to cover all in-country project related expenses as well as support conservation in action through GRI projects.
Inclusive of:
Road transportation from Airport in Lusaka if you arrive on the first day of your
Tented Accommodation in each GRI camp and in Livingstone.
Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast in each GRI camp and at Livingstone Waterfront.
Transportation to and from the Victoria Falls.
Entry to Victoria Falls (Visit to the Victoria Falls).
Transfer from Livingstone to Lusaka on day 22, if required.
Emergency evacuation cover through SES to Lusaka for the exact days of your
What's Included
Accommodation Some Activities Airport Transfers Equipment Meals Transportation
What's Not Included
Some Activities Airfare Domestic Airfare SIM cards Travel Insurance Visa
Aug 27, 2022
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About Program

Are you ready for the experience of a lifetime? Are you passionate about conservation? This is the volunteer program for you. You will be assisting Game Rangers International at each of their locations, where you will encounter our three pillars of conservation: Wildlife Rescue, Resource Protection and Community Outreach.
During your time in Zambia, you will be living in bush camps, observing elephant behaviour, delivering conservation education, and cooking by the campfire, all while surrounded by wildlife – a remarkable experience, for conservation enthusiasts of all ages!
For three weeks you will be immersed in Game Rangers International's three pillars of conservation. Starting in Lusaka at the Elephant Nursery, to Musa Gate where our Special Anti-Poaching Unit headquarters are based, to Kafue Release Facility where the elephant orphans are finding their way back to the wild. The trip ends with a visit to the majestic Victoria Falls.

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Program Highlights

  • Spend three-weeks between our Elephant Nursery and Zambia's largest National Park
  • Gain a behind the scenes understanding of a conservation NGO
  • Help support a conservation organization working holistically to protect vulnerable wildlife and wild spaces
  • Gain a better understanding of elephant behaviour and the issues facing elephants and their wild spaces
  • Become an Ambassador for Wildlife and Wild Spaces

Program Impact

Raising awareness and valuable funds;
Becoming global advocates for GRI;
Assisting GRI with the many duties and activities necessary to run a successful
conservation project;
Bringing fresh ideas, skills and enthusiasm to our projects.

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