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PROJECTS

Zingela Endangered Species
Makalali Game Reserve
Siyafunda Bush Experience
Lapolosa Wilderness
Kariega Conservation Project
Amakhala Game Reserve
Modisa Wildlife Project
FGASA Game Ranger Course
C.A.R.E. Baboon Sanctuary
Bambelela Wildlife Sanctuary
Noah's Ark Wildlife Centre
Namibia Wildlife Sanctuary
Penguin Conservation Centre
O.R.C.A. Marine Conservation
Great White Shark Project

 

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CONSERVATION WORK

ON WILDLIFE PROJECTS &

RESERVES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA

 

 

Enkosini Eco Experience offers self-funding volunteers a unique opportunity to work abroad at leading wildlife conservation, rehabilitation and research programs in South Africa, Namibia and Botswana.

A wildlife conservation program is the ultimate life changing and rewarding experience. Volunteer programs range from 1-12 weeks, giving volunteers the opportunity to become involved in a wide variety of wildlife conservation activities in Africa; including anti-poaching, wildlife research, animal rehabilitation and reintroduction, hands on animal care, game tracking and capture, bush rehabilitation and everyday reserve maintenance and management. Volunteers can choose to focus exclusively on one program, or alternatively experience a number of different programs. All of our conservation projects have a strong element of continuity. The work of one volunteer is carried on by subsequent volunteers and, collectively, the Enkosini Eco Experience network makes a lasting impact on local communities, wildlife and wildlands of South Africa and Namibia.

Founded in 2003, Enkosini Eco Experience allows you to volunteer in a way that fills your heart, mind and spirit and maximizes your financial contribution to the projects you choose. Enkosini’s carefully selected projects are our colleagues, our mentors, our partners. A tight-knit community in South Africa and Namibia, we work together to achieve higher standards in conservation and to fight unethical wildlife activities through advocacy, media exposure and legislative change. Enkosini Eco Experience supports our partner wildlife projects with the necessary financial and volunteer assistance required to achieve our goals in conservation and community development in Africa.

The staff of Enkosini Eco Experience has traveled extensively through South Africa and Namibia - teaching, working, volunteering, studying, backpacking, and managing tour groups. Our knowledge and understanding of where to go, when to go, what to do and how to do it will prepare you for traveling abroad to Southern Africa. You‘ll enjoy Enkosini’s complete support before, during and after your volunteer experience including emergency phone lines, in the field coordinators, full training where required, independent Africa travel advice, and most importantly a team with the experience to answer all your questions. We are well-informed about local issues and culture, and help ensure that all the organizational details for your volunteer project are covered so that your experience is safe, enjoyable and fulfilling.

Our overseas volunteers come from all walks of life – from gap year students to career breakers to retired people – and we organize volunteer programs for people of all nationalities. Whether you are burned out from running the rat race, exploring a new direction in your life or just aching to see the world, an Enkosini Eco Experience is an absolute must for anyone who is enthusiastic about wildlife conservation and the environment. Enkosini’s range of volunteer projects offer the adventurous individual the chance to take part in valuable and rewarding hands-on conservation work that provides a sustainable future for important ecosystems in South Africa and Namibia. And, of course, Southern Africa is a great place to volunteer with magnificent scenery, fabulous weather, great infrastructure, fascinating cultures and, last but not least, spectacular wildlife! 

Let the adventure to Africa begin…

 

 

Wildlife Conservation Volunteer in Africa

Wildlife Conservation Volunteer in Africa

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Wildlife Conservation Volunteer in Africa

 

To contact our South African office:

Enkosini Eco Experience

P.O. Box 1197, Lydenburg 1120, South Africa

E-mail: info@enkosini.com, Web: www.enkosini.com

 

To contact our US office:

Enkosini Eco Experience

4111 East Madison Street, Suite 76, Seattle, WA 98112, USA

Tel: +1.206.604.2664, Fax: +1.310.359.0269

E-mail: info@enkosini.com, Web: www.enkosini.com

 


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