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African Bushveld Conservation in South Africa
High School Projects for 15-18 Year Olds

Overview
Project Overview

Winter
2 weeks
  • Sunday August 12th 2018 - Saturday August 25th 2018

Winter
2 weeks
  • Sunday June 23rd 2019 - Saturday July 6th 2019
  • Sunday July 14th 2019 - Saturday July 27th 2019
  • Sunday August 11th 2019 - Saturday August 24th 2019

  • Placement location: Kwa Tuli Nature Reserve
  • Types of placement: Conservation work
  • Accommodation: Shared Tents
  • Age Requirements: 15-18 years old

Conservation in South Africa and Botswana

Even before you arrive at our conservation project in Southern Africa you will see some stunning wilderness on your journey to base camp. You will fly into Polokwane, in the northern region of South Africa, and then drive across the Botswana border. Your final destination is Kwa Tuli – our large nature reserve.

You will stay at the reserve, which is well facilitated to accommodate volunteers. It has large and spacious safari tents, showers open to the stars and a large open air communal area, complete with a fire circle and braai pit (similar to a BBQ).

Volunteering on this project is hard work, a lot of fun and extremely interesting. You will be involved in wrapping trees to prevent damage from elephants, removing alien plants and collecting scientific data on the birds and elephants in the reserve.

Volunteers will be accompanied at all times by our conservation staff. They have lots of experience of all the activities that volunteers are involved in, as well as a great knowledge of the region's geography and wildlife. They will pass on their expertise and enthusiasm to you and you will learn a lot about living in the bush.

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