Wildlife in Cambodia
€ 585 Euros Per Week, Koh Sen – Cambodia
Become a qualified diver and take part in marine conservation experiencing Koh Sen off-the-beaten-track on one of its uninhabited islands!
Wildlife in China
Chengdu – China – € 1080 Euros Per Week
Chubby black and white cute bears, chewing on bamboo, peaceful yet playful at times, it’s hard not to be charmed by the Giant Panda! (Minimum Stay 1 Week Only)
Wildlife in Laos
Sayaboury – Laos – € 600 Euros Per Week
Set in an untouched environment away from the tourist-trail, come and interact with the majestic “gentle-giants” in their natural habitat.
Wildlife in Madagascar
Nosy Be – Madagascar – € 337 Euros Per Week
Get on to this exciting program and get involved in the conservation of endemic animal species! Here the Lemur is of focus.
Wildlife in Namibia
€ 825 Euros Per Week – Min duration of 3 weeks
Do it all! Enjoy wildlife care in the savannah. Discover colonial influences in Windhoek. Experience a camping safari. Walk the famous sand dunes of Sossusvlei.
Wildlife in Nepal
Kathmandu – Nepal – € 270 Euros Per Week
Aid in the rescue of dogs in need as well as getting them back to a healthy state before they get adopted.
Wildlife in Peru
Chiclayo – Peru – € 225 Euros Per Week
Come and help at a local equestrian/horse riding centre, doing maintenance work and supporting equine therapy sessions for handicaps.
Wildlife in Sri Lanka
Wasgamuwa – Sri Lanka – € 450 Euros Per Week
Join our efforts in the conservation of wild elephants of Sri Lanka and get yourself involved in research, observation, and many other activities!
Wildlife in Thailand
Mae Sot – Thailand – € 390 Per Week
Halfway in-between a wildlife sanctuary and the jungle, Care for gibbons by preparing their food, feeding them, cleaning their enclosures and providing them with affection in a sanctuary setting.
Kanchanaburi – Thailand – € 450 Per Week
Get up close to elephants in a sanctuary where they freely roam. Wash them, prepare their food, bathe and swim with them! This project takes care of rescued and sick elephants.