Working with Wildlife, Eastern Kalahari

Get the opportunity to preserve wildlife and enjoy living on a 96 400ha (240 000-acre) big-5 private game reserve in the Kalahari Desert. This new project offers an inside glimpse of the problems facing African wildlife and allows you to give something back to the continent’s conservation efforts in one of the continent’s last remaining wildernesses. Avoid hordes of tourists and restrictive time limits as you follow animals in their natural habitat in this once in a lifetime adventure and eco-safari!

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A brand-new African conservation experience on South Africa’s largest private big-5 reserve

The reserve is malaria free and offers some of the best opportunities to see Africa’s most threatened and endangered wildlife. These include, but are not limited to, Cheetahs, Black and White Rhinos, Brown Hyenas, Giraffes, Elephants, Lappet faced Vultures, Pangolins, and African Wild Dogs.

Some of the activities you can expect to participate in:
• Predator monitoring
• Camera traps
• Drive counts
• Vegetation surveys
• Anti-poaching
• Reserve maintenance

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The Expedition Project is a social enterprise! Please use the enquiry form below – by doing so you are supporting both this project and projects nearby at no extra cost. You will also get access to similar projects, accommodation discounts and special offers.

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