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This experience aims to give volunteers a holistic experience of life on a game reserve with exposure not only to the majestic Big 5 family but also conservation of all types of fauna and flora – they all go hand in hand.

The game reserve’s education and rehabilitation centre is home to a number of species of endangered predators including lions, Bengal tigers, cheetahs, wild dogs and serval cats.

In some cases all the groups might do the same activity at the same time depending on the type of activity.

Working hours are generally quite fixed and split into a morning and afternoon session.

Not only will you be playing a key role in saving the precious wilderness for the here and now, but also in protecting it for the future generations.

So, if you fancy rolling up your sleeves and getting your hands dirty in a once in a lifetime setting then this is the programme for you!

Activities for this programme vary on a day to day basis and are dependent on weather and other factors (so please expect the itinerary to change from time to time! The itinerary is designed in such a way that volunteers are divided into groups of up to 10 volunteers per group, depending on the number of volunteers.

Each group will have an outdoor volunteer coordinator as a leader and mentor.

As a hunter and meat eater requiring an extensive habitat, it is constantly in competition with humans, in particular with livestock farmers. Their population has deteriorated at an alarming rate.

An indoor coordinator is on hand to ensure you are comfortable in the accommodation, get familiar with your surrounding and be a contact point if you need anything on the programme during your time with us.

The groups will be engaged in different daily activities, but will all do the same type and number of activities by the end of the week.

Over the last 100 years hunting and deforestation have reduced tiger populations from hundreds of thousands to perhaps fewer than 2,500.

The centre has been lucky enough to see the birth of a Bengal tiger cub after an arduous 4 years of work and research.

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