Wildlife Conservation Roadtrip

This specially designed and exclusively packaged expedition project combines the most ethical and successful wildlife conservation projects we have visited.

We believe in collaboration in the form of a connected community sharing successes and failures.

We believe in transparency in who we work with and our place in this collaboration.

We believe that as a social enterprise we are unique in our community partnerships and project spending. Our expeditions have a responsible travel ethos and include charity donations and several forms of community support, carbon offset via tree plantings and local business partnerships. Where your money goes is very important to us!

You can choose to go direct to any of our partnering projects, the cost is the same and the end result for those projects will be the same. However, by joining The EXPEDITION Project you join a collaborative network that focuses on building collaboration, transparency and responsible travel.

Dates: Enquire for availability

1 to 8 weeks with airport pick-ups and drop-offs every week. This package includes a never before Wildlife Conservation Partnership including 1 to 8 weeks at 7 different exceptional wildlife conservation projects in Southern Africa.

Starting at £71 GBP / $79 USD / R1285 ZAR per day

Read about our objectives, visions and where your money goes

1 to 4 weeks available at all projects

Our roadtrips focus on sustainable community & conservation projects, inspiring towns & people, and hospitality partners that support their local communities.

Read about our hospitality partners here

Week 1:

Umkhondo Big 5 Project

Programme summary – Big 5 Wildlife & conservation education | Wildlife capture and care training | Tracking, animal behaviour & wildlife management training. More details here.

Airport pick upGeorge (Domestic)

TownAlbertinia

Accommodation – Umkhondo Wildlife Conservation Project

Week 2:

Nature’s Valley Trust

Programme summary – Conservation education | Ecology research. More details here.

Airport pick upGeorge (Domestic)

TownNatures Valley

AccommodationNatures Valley, Tsitsikamma and Plettenberg Bay

Week 3: 

Amakhala Foundation

Programme summary – Darting And relocations | Herbivore monitoring | Predator monitoring | Wetland And watering hole management | Alien plant control | General reserve maintenance | Erosion control | Plant monitoring | Conservation education. More details here.

Airport pick upPort Elizabeth (Domestic)

TownGrahamstown

AccommodationAmakhala Reserve and Grahamstown

Week 4: 

Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre

Programme summary – Monitoring and care of Cheetah, Wild Dogs, White Rhino, Lion, African Wild Cats, Ground Hornbills, Sable Antelope and more | Cleaning, feeding and, where required, assisting with or observing any veterinary activities. More details here.

Airport pick upHoedspruit (domestic)

TownHoedspruit

AccommodationHoedspruit

Week 5: 

Mogalakwena Research Centre

Programme summary –  Feeding ecology, social behaviour, and movement patterns of animals | Alien plant species impact studies | Community support and education projects | Research methods, planning, statistical analyses, writing | Data collection and species identification | Bird ringing, nest box competition project | Social enterprise projects  – Craft Art Centre and Botanica Natural Products. More details here.

Airport pick upHoedspruit (domestic)

TownAlldays

AccommodationAlldays

Read about our day off activities here

Register your interest

We would be delighted to have you get involved in a future expedition.
To register your interest and be kept up to date with all details please send us your email address.

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