Since 2009 we have been aiming to make a difference through supporting a wide range of community and conservation projects in South Africa, Namibia and Botswana.
If you are willing to lend your time and skills to a volunteer project of your choice, we will use all our expertise and passion to make this an experience of a lifetime for you. During your time at the volunteer project, we will work hard to ensure that you benefit as a person as much as the project will benefit through your efforts.
Borders to South Africa, Namibia and Botswana are open for international travellers. For detailed information read here: "Travelling during COVID-19".
None of the projects we work with could function without the dedication and hard work of volunteers from all over the world.
You will assist your project not only with your dedication, time and skills, but your financial contributions will also enable them to make their visions come true. A child’s smile or a healthy animal released back into the wild are the rewards for your hard work. You also have the opportunity to experience the country in a way that no tourist ever will, make friends and broaden your horizons.
You can choose from more than 25 volunteer projects. It is important that you choose a project you find worth your passion and efforts. Our website offers a lot of information including photographs and videos about each volunteer project to give you an idea of what the organisation does and the day to day experience of volunteering there.
For projects you are interested in, you can also request our detailed project descriptions, which are multi-page documents that give you all the information you need to make an informed decision.
Our projects provide help where it is needed the most. Governmental institutions are often overwhelmed by the number of issues. HIV and social inequality as a result of apartheid are just two issues our social volunteering projects tackle. Poaching, species extinction and canned hunting are some issues of many that our conservation volunteering projects are dealing with. NGOs cannot solve these problems, but they play an important part in minimising their negative effects .
"When I was a young girl I wrote a letter to Santa Claus:
'When I get tired just remind me who I am and who I am
supposed to be'. The whole experience was beautifully
exhausting, but thanks for all the memories. I can strongly
recommend it! Thank you for everything!"
Laura from Brazil
„I have fond memories of the project. The highlights were: counting rhino’s from the plane, the night drives (we spotted owl, rhino and elephant) and the game count on horseback. It was very interesting to help the vet with the health-checks, darting and care for the caracal. Taking care of Hamlet, the baby warthog was really nice too. For who appreciates to be outside and likes adventure, this is an amazing opportunity. "
Stach from the Netherlands