Category Nature & Conservation

MADAGASCAR > Madagascar is a truly unique African island paradise with an unparalleled amount of endemic animal species and a friendly, welcoming populace. As a Frontier volunteer in Madagascar, you will be living on a fun, vibrant beach camp in a picturesque location.Read More >
ARGENTINA > This project restores species of large mammals that have become threatened or extinct. It is looking for volunteers to help with the reintroduction of the Giant Anteater and other species such as Jaguar and Pampas Deer.Read More >
SPAIN > As one of the top whale and dolphin watching destinations in the world, the south-west coast of Tenerife is a truly outstanding location for the observation of free-living whales. There are resident communities of pilot whales and dolphins which remain here throughout the year, which can be observed on perhaps 80% of the days of the year.Read More >
SOUTH AFRICA > Great White Shark Conservation volunteers needed.Read More >
SOUTH AFRICA > Nkonzo Bush Academy is a popular and highly regarded destination for research, conservation and ecotourism. Founded on the dream of being different, the name Nkonzo comes from Lingala, a language in central Africa, meaning possibility or new beginnings.Read More >
MADAGASCAR > Madagascar is a truly unique African island paradise with an unparalleled amount of endemic animal species and a friendly, welcoming populace. As a Frontier volunteer in Madagascar, you will be living on a fun, vibrant beach camp in a picturesque location.Read More >
UK > We are looking for a volunteer who will come and join our maintenance team, building new monkey enclosures, maintaining existing ones, and developing new sustainable projects on site.Read More >
SOUTH AFRICA > Great White Shark Conservation volunteers needed.Read More >
SOUTH AFRICA > Participants gain unrestricted access to a natural reserve spanning 11,000 hectares (26 000 acres). African wildlife is free roaming, including the Big 5.Read More >
SPAIN > As one of the top whale and dolphin watching destinations in the world, the south-west coast of Tenerife is a truly outstanding location for the observation of free-living whales. There are resident communities of pilot whales and dolphins which remain here throughout the year, which can be observed on perhaps 80% of the days of the year.Read More >