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Wildlife Protection in South Africa

Wildlife Protection in South Africa

Wildlife Protection in South Africa

Trip Details:

Operator:   Love Volunteers
Price From:  $ $1049
Program duration:  2 week

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About this program

Work hands-on with some of the world’s most recognizable species of wildlife. You’ll come up close to the Big 5 – rhinoceros, leopard, elephant, lions, and buffalo! Learn about the conservation efforts that are taken in South Africa in order to keep their iconic species safe. Enjoy meeting other international volunteers and sharing in the experience of a lifetime!

Itinerary

What to expect:

Duties of volunteers vary on a day to day basis and are dependent on factors such as the weather. The work is mostly outdoors and will sometimes be in unpleasant conditions, so volunteers will need to be willing to lend a hand with all sorts of tasks. Goals of this Project: Work to save the lives of vulnerable animals Improve the future prospects of endangered animals in South Africa Research the animals on the reserve to learn more about their lives and ultimately, how to protect them Create an environment that enables different cultures to work together with the goal of saving animal lives.

Country Fast Facts

South Africa

Flag Flag_of_South_Africa.svg
Continent: Africa
Official Language(s) 11 - Afrikaans, Northern Sotho, English, Southern Ndebele, Southern Sotho, Swazi, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa, Zulu
Capital: No official capital. Three branches of government split between Cape Town, Pretoria and Bloemfontein
Population 54,956,900 (2015)
Climate(s) Desert (Warm/Cold), Semi-arid (Warm/Cold), Mediterranean (Warm/Temperate), Humid Subtropical, Oceanic (Subtropical/Warm/Temperate)
Major Airport(s): Cape Town (CPT), Johannesburg (JNB), Durban (DUR)
Economic Driver(s): Mining, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Tourism
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