Please note that prices are in New Zealand Dollars ($NZD) and prices vary We have both internships and volunteer programs available. Our project is a shelter/place of safety for abused, destitute & pregnant women with young children. Our vision is to see women with children living free from abuse, poverty and discrimination by offering the world a model of care and social empowerment. As an expression of God’s love, we seek to provide shelter and support for pregnant, abused and homeless women with children; through a holistic self-empowerment programme that develops social, personal, creative, vocational skills within a framework ofProgram Details
Please note prices are in New Zealand Dollars ($NZD) and prices vary The project is dedicated to the exploration and conservation of sharks and their environment, with a particular focus on the world’s greatest predator, the Great White Shark. The project works with predominately eco-tourists, volunteers and local enthusiasts to gather data on Great White Sharks and other shark species, correct negative misconceptions about them and stop the needless slaughter of over 100 million sharks annually. Current programmes involve eco-tourism, public education, environmental advocacy as well as various social upliftment projects.
• It’s the first free-roaming multi-species primate sanctuary (located in Southern Cape – it offers tours (we call them monkey safaris) during which visitors can see more than 700 primates comprising of capuchin monkeys, ringtail and black-and-white ruffed lemurs, saki monkeys, squirrel monkeys, vervet monkeys, two species of langur, howler monkeys, gibbons, etc in their forest home. Visitors also experience our 128-metre suspended canopy walk whilst on tour. There’s also a restaurant, souvenir store, and viewing deck. Our safari guides are multi-lingual (English, Afrikaans, German, Dutch, French, and Spanish). • The primate sanctuary is accredited with Fair Trade Tourism inProgram Details
Please note prices are in New Zealand Dollars ($NZD) and prices vary The project is a registered non-profit organisation whose primary objective is to reverse the decline of seabird populations through the rescue, rehabilitation and release of ill, injured, abandoned and oiled seabirds – especially endangered species like the African penguin. With limited staff, the project relies heavily on the support of volunteers to achieve the mission of the organisation. Volunteers become an extension of the staff and are an integral part of the daily running of the project. Not only do volunteers assist with the hands-on work with theProgram Details
The project was born from the struggle of the elephants in the surrounding forest. Large numbers of the free roaming animals used to be seen in their natural habitat, but within 118 years the elephant population crashed from between 400-500 individuals to 1 lone elephant cow in 1994. The surrounding areas of the project are rich in natural beauty and history, with the world’s southernmost elephants forming an integral part of this fascinating history. In 1994 the project received their first two elephants. Both elephants escaped a culling programme. The project houses and care for orphaned African elephants. These animalsProgram Details
Please note prices are in New Zealand Dollars ($NZD) and prices vary Our first rescue horse was adopted in 1995. At the project we aim to share our passion for horses with anyone who shows an interest there is NO AGE LIMIT and you need NO EXPERIENCE to come and learn how to handle and care for these special animals. Just being around them is very therapeutic and a good way to take the stress out of life. If you are keen to ride we take pupils at any level from beginners to competitive riders or you can do groundProgram Details
Please note prices are in New Zealand Dollars ($NZD) The Wildlife Sanctuary is home to big cats such as lions (white and tawny), cheetahs, tigers (Siberian, Bengal and white), leopard (spotted and black), jaguar, pumas, caracal, serval cats and other wildlife species such as zebra, wild dog, springbuck, zorilla, honey badger, raccoons and various snake species (which are housed separately). At Garden Route the focus is on conservation education and specifically the plight of large predators in captivity, in South Africa and all over the world. “Big cats” are extraordinary animals with a dangerous beauty that is both awe inspiringProgram Details
Please note prices are in New Zealand Dollars ($NZD) The project is a working farm located on 35 hectares of land that has been transformed to include a forever home for some of the special needs and retired cheetahs. We are dedicated to fighting for the future survival of the cheetah by focusing on education and research. To this end, we strive: • To ethically conserve the cheetah species and protect it from further endangerment or extinction. • To educate and raise awareness amongst students and the general public of the dangers that the cheetah faces, along with the effortsProgram Details
Please note that prices are in New Zealand Dollar ($NZD) The sanctuary has grown steadily since it opened to the public in 1992. Since then many more animals and birds have been taken in and the sanctuary is now home to a large number of animals and over 300 species of birds. Most birds and animals are brought to the sanctuary by members of the public or referred from local veterinary practices. These have usually been injured or orphaned and can range from small birds to larger animals such as bush pigs and buck. Many of the parrots at theProgram Details
Please note that prices are in New Zealand Dollars ($NZD) The organization focuses on the following vulnerable groups of society: Children and Youth, Older Persons, Women and Families. Their interventions are focused on developing potential & uplifting their community.