Gap Year Travel Volunteering Experiences Worldwide
Join us on our mission of nurturing nature today, for tomorrow. Enjoy peace of mind, personalised service from our expert team and 24 hour placement support when you travel with Worldwide Experience during your gap year. Our strong support platform allows you to become immersed in the world of conservation through our diverse volunteering initiatives created to make a real impact, by doing the most for the animals and environment while also providing the best experience for our gap year volunteers and travellers.
Gap Year Travel Experiences
Join us on an epic, action-packed volunteering trip for your gap year. Opportunities range from volunteering at animal rehabilitation centres and working with marine conservationists along the South African coastline to our Vets Go Wild programme which provides unique, hands-on animal care experience.
If you are planning to embark on an exciting adventure during your gap year, why not talk to the team at Worldwide Experience? Travel to exciting destinations with us and ensure the welfare of both animals and the environment whilst enjoying a truly unique voluntary experience.
Vets Go Wild
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“I just want to share this amazing feedback with you from my clients. I met the family yesterday. When they came towards me their eyes were shining and they all said: SUPER! Li...Read More
“Thank you for the most wonderful few days at Eco-camp and for the opportunity to spend a couple of days completely undistracted with my family in nature. You have an amazing te...Read More
“Brendon and Stevie were fantastic hosts , who we miss dearly. Thank you to Gondwana Game Reserve, you have something truly special there. 10 out of 10 – wonderful!”Read More
“We had such an incredible time at Eco Camp that we extended our stay! A truly unique and unbelievable experience with a fantastic bunch of passionate, fun and enthusiastic cons...Read More
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Top 5 Volunteer Getaways in the Eastern Cape and Surrounds
February 12, 2019
"] By Bianca Eke, Conservation Experience Consultant for Worldwide Experience The Eastern Cape...READ MORE
Save the Rhino discusses dehorning
February 6, 2019
The ﬁrst country to use the dehorning method to protect its rhinos from poaching was Namibia. Bet...READ MORE
Doing More For Africa by Daniel Borley
February 6, 2019
Daniel Borley entered and won the “Do More for Africa” competition run by Avios and our partners ...READ MORE
Reflections on the documentary STROOP – Journey into the rhino horn war
January 20, 2019
STROOP – A journey into the rhino horn war. This is a powerful documentary highlighting the compl...READ MORE