SOUTH AFRICA UK > The Wildlife For All Trust is looking for young adults who want to use their lives to make a real difference.
INDONESIA > Orangutan Foundation International has volunteer opportunities available for active individuals who want to get their hands dirty and help save one of the earth’s most bio-diverse areas. Come to Borneo, the world’s oldest rainforest, and help OFI build a much-needed structure!
COSTA RICA > This wildlife sanctuary in Costa Rica provides care and rehabilitation for injured and orphaned wildlife, and then releases them back into the wild. Facilities include a non-primate / quarantine habitat, enclosed habitats that encompass trees, and an open canopy habitat.
ICELAND > Our teams include volunteers who join the programme for 2-week or 6-week placements. No previous experience of trail construction work is necessary as practical training will be provided. We are looking for participants who have some experience of camping and hill walking, enjoy wilderness landscapes and are ready for a challenge.
CAMBODIA > WWT Cambodia is looking to facilitate an opportunity for a volunteer to support the Anlung Pring Sarus Crane Conservation and Development Community in the operation and coordination of the tourism site, including includes 9 homestays, 1 wildlife tour and 6 cultural tour products as the site enters its tourism season
SPAIN > Become a team member of a non-formal education centre for the transition towards sustainability in sunny Andalucia! Drylands Coordinator's role is to provide environmental education, conservation and regeneration of local vegetation through sustainable methods.
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.
SOUTH AFRICA > Brilliant work experience opportunity at nature reserve in South Africa.
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.
SEYCHELLES > This is an exceptional opportunity for young graduates wishing to pursue a career in conservation and conservation-minded individuals to volunteer in a pristine tropical nature reserve.