South Africa’s largest animal reserve faces threats from rhino poachers, leopard-shooting farmers, and outbreaks of immune system viruses among its lion population. Fortunately, there are also many innovative conservation projects happening in the park, with the goal of protecting endangered species. To achieve our purpose, we’ll meet the inspiring leaders spearheading this work, visit wildlife rehabilitation centers, help feed rhinos (if weather permits), and participate in unforgettable game drives. Go beyond the normal safari experience and live in harmony with nature on an exclusive reserve and become part of the wildlife conservation movement to protect the animals of the Greater Kruger National Park region.
Volunteer Time = 5 hours (3 mornings)