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Wildlife Safari!
Windhoek, Namibia.
€ 825 Per Week

Wildlife Safari!

Windhoek, Namibia.

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.

This program highlights farm living in the savannah whilst caring for a variety of animals at our Wildlife project. Your dedication will help to protect Africa’s wildlife. Whether you fancy culture or nature, your Namibian Wildlife Experience will be a unique and fulfilling adventure!

What’s Included?
Airport PickUp
24/7 Emergency Help
Accommodation And Food
What’s Not Included?
Travel Health Insurance
Lunch On The Weekends
Personal Expenses
Airport Drop
Flights, Visas (if required)

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Program Details
Program Description

During this project, you’ll be involved with an array of animal species and contribute to the protection of nature and wildlife! Tasks may include assisting with feeding, observational research, or other contributions to animal care. Specific duties may depend on your interests, skills, and previous knowledge. But, be assured that your efforts will make a wonderful contribution.

Project: Location and objectives

This Wildlife Project has been addressing issues directly related to wildlife conservation for more than 30 years. The mission of these passionate and dedicated team members to provide care and protection by taking in \sick, injured, and/or orphaned wild animals, and ultimately nursing them back to health. Animals who have been weakened by human influence or maltreated are responsibly cared for and accommodated in the organization’s wild animal orphanage. The objective of the project is always to release the animals back into the wild, if possible.

On the 10.000-hectare large farm area, the wild animals live as free as possible and as protected as necessary. Even orphaned and hand-raised animals can be accustomed to life in the bush and prepared for release into the wild. The Animal Wildlife project has already been able to save 380 native wild animals. Animals for which reintroduction is no longer possible can stay on the farm. The commitment of our participants is essential for the work of the local team.

Your tasks in wildlife protection in the Namibian desert

As a participant, you are involved in all daily tasks on the farm: From preparing food and feeding the animals to animal care and keeping the enclosures clean. Together with other participants you will take care of the watering holes for the animals, check the fences, help with animal observation and research. You can also assist in rehabilitating animals or help out at the Children’s Day Care Center. You’ll also be exploring the bushland together. It never gets boring on-site, because no two days are ever the same. There’s always something going on in wildlife, research, care, and medical facilities.

This schedule can be changed and/or amended depending on weather conditions, local conditions, and unforeseen circumstances.

Program Duration & Availability

Min duration (weeks):3

Max duration (weeks):12

Aims & Objectives
  • Provide a safe and comfortable environment for baboons
  • Provide a safe and comfortable environment for cheetahs
  • Prepare food for lions and wild cats
  • Make the baboons comfortable with human interaction and to establish mutual trust
  • Gain invaluable, practical experience in working with all kinds of animals
  • Assist the local staff by providing an extra hand