This amazing project, set in beautiful Zimbabwe, gives volunteers the chance to work with endangered and vulnerable rhinos and elephants.
Founded as a farm back in the 1950's, this project has continued to evolve, and has now become the wonderful conservation project you see before you today. The reserve remains under the leadership of the Travers family, and descendants of the founder Norman Travers ensure that the project is providing volunteers with an amazing opportunity to help elephants, rhinos and a whole host of other wildlife.
Located just 90 minutes from the capital Harare, this project is the ideal place to learn more about and really get involved in conservation. As a volunteer, you will be taking part in activities such as walking with the elephants and rhinos, eating breakfast with elephants, weapons training (with a paintball gun) and even camping out beneath the beautiful African night sky.
There is a lot to love about this fantastic conservation project!
- Walking with and feeding the elephants and rhino.
- Track the white rhino.
- Breakfast with the elephants.
- Camp out beneath the beautiful African sky.
- Take part in weapons training.