WILDLIFE CONSERVATION IS MORE IMPORTANT NOW THAN EVER

Wildlife conservation is not just an issue for animal lovers and environmentalists. Animals are essential for healthy ecosystems and ecological stability. When these change or are disrupted, it affects the well-being of every living thing on the planet, including humans, which makes conservation a human issue.

Africa is one of few places in the world where the natural world is still relatively untouched by human activity. However, with poaching on the rise, habitats being destroyed, and the illegal wildlife trade gathering speed, it is on the fast track to becoming another casualty in the pursuit of profit and power.

The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.

THE NATURAL WORLD IS ON THE BRINK OF COLLAPSE

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YOU CAN HELP REDUCE THESE STATISTICS

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Our conservation volunteer programs and internships will take you into the heart of the African bush where you can contribute to projects and initiatives that aim to protect and preserve wildlife and the natural world.

Find out more about these projects below.





OUR CONSERVATION PROJECTS

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THE GREATER KRUGER AREA

The Greater Kruger Area encompasses over 20 private wildlife reserves on the west side of the Kruger National Park in South Africa. These private reserves coming together to create one big reserve was a significant contribution to conservation efforts and has helped protect and preserve one of the world’s last remaining wildlife strongholds.

The whole area comprises almost 5.5 million acres of unfenced land where animals roam freely and nature unfurls spectacularly across wild savanna. The Greater Kruger Area is home to iconic animals such as African elephants, rhinos, lions, leopards, cheetahs, hippos, and wild dogs. Many of these animals are classified as endangered or vulnerable.

The best times to view baby animals in Southern Africa is between September and Christmas, so make sure you book your spot.

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