Anti-poaching, monitoring and collection of data for all endemic flora and fauna. Educating primary school children and the youth about conservation & the environment.
Helping the community with maintenance, identifying the most needy and assisting wherever possible. Game counts on vehicle and foot and monitoring of wildlife movement. Organic growing practices and beehive building to prevent elephant/human conflict.
- Living and working alongside the magnificent Lake Kariba, the biggest man made reservoir in the world, which is stunningly beautiful
- Living and working within an unfenced wildlife area (Lake Kariba National Park) where animals are daily visitors into Warthogs Bush Camp, your home from home during your stay
- Teaching the children and community about the importance of flora and fauna conservation and also about organic growing habits while building beehives to "fence" crops off to prevent elephant crop raiding
- Working with HIV orphans and the most needy in the small Kariba community, thereby making a huge difference in their lives.
- Walking in the wilds with a qualified game guide, picking up snares and studying all manner of fascinating facts about the bush.