Wildlife Conservation South Africa

At a glance
Cost 995+
Eligibility 18+
Duration 18 or 32 days

Your Base

Where will I be living?

While helping to conserve South Africa’s wildlife, BUNAC makes sure you have a comfortable base to stay at so that you can get the most of your great experience. All project bases are located onsite in beautiful vast reserves and you can stay either in a lodge, a well-equipped tent or in a chalet.

Johannesburg is accessible by car from all our project locations. You can climb to the top of Africa’s tallest building, visit the Nelson Mandela Family Museum or the Lesedi Cultural Village as well as the historic gold mines to mention just a few examples.

Cheetah Project

Type of accommodation: Camping
Location: Umkwali

Volunteers stay onsite in well equipped 2 bed tents with open air showers and western toilets. There is also a main building with a communal dining room and kitchen as well as a separate paying lodge. All meals are included but volunteers will help preparing food.

The camp is located on a beautiful ranch 450 km North of Pretoria and 6 hours from Johannesburg.

Rhino and Elephant Project

Type of accommodation: Chalets
Location: Musina

Volunteers stay onsite on a beautiful vast reserve in fully-equipped thatched chalets which can accommodate up to 5 people. Each chalet has electricity, a bathroom with a flushing toilet and hot water shower. There's also a main dining area, lounge and swimming pool to refresh after work.

Volunteers must enjoy the great outdoors, as free time is likely to be spent on the reserve or in local villages and Johannesburg is 5 hours away. All meals are included but volunteers will help preparing food.

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