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The Volunteer Safari Experience
This is your opportunity to get involved in game reserve management working alongside top conservationists and wildlife, including Africa’s Big Five species and an exceptional learning experience, that most people only dream of.
The Volunteer Project is designed to offer volunteers the opportunity to be involved in all conservation related projects on the reserve. During your stay, you may see yourselves as “assistant conservation managers” as all of the work done by you will improve the quality of the reserve and the data collected by you will be utilized by Kwantu management in making important conservation decisions for the reserve. As a volunteer, you will derive a good deal of satisfaction from your work, as your efforts directly contribute to improving the reserve.
THE VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
While getting involved in every aspect of hands-on conservation management on the reserve, you will learn many conservation skills and have the experience of a lifetime. To top it all off, we have a brilliant community outreach programme. Our volunteers assist at a local rural farm school by providing food prepared by our chefs. Come and make a real difference and have fun doing so! Kwantu Game Reserve will capture your thoughts during your stay and leave you with a lifetime of memories. You will indeed get a slice of the African Adventure.
There is an ongoing programme for the introduction of additional different African mammal species.
Assist with the capture of Lion, Blesbuck, Wildebeest, Springbuck, Zebra, Impala and other species.
An important driving force in savanna ecosystems (depending on the time of year and fire regimes).
A weekly feeding program for local primary schools aimed at stimulating community development.