Volunteer to help conserve whale sharks and other marine wildlife in Mozambique. You will learn to scuba dive through completing a PADI Open Water Dive course, enabling you to assist with coral reef research. You will also join boat trips to assist with research of marine megafauna. All data is being used to lobby for the establishment of a Marine Protected Area, ensuring a more promising future for threatened species like whale sharks, Manta rays and the famous Humpback whales.Read More →

This project has been suspended from our portfolio of conservation experiences. This is because it has come to light that the facility has sold an undisclosed number of cheetahs into the international exotic pet trade, and their claimed number of releases of cheetah into the wild has come into question. Such activity goes against our Worldwide Experience ethical standards and animal protection policy. Our team is devastated and disappointed to learn this information, as we have supported the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre for many years. We are in contact with the centre for their statement. Our team will be following up to find out whetherRead More →

Our Vets Go Wild module is aimed at students undertaking veterinary and wildlife based programmes at university, providing training in the care of animals in the wild. If you are looking for a hands-on Africa vet experience and need to fulfil a portion of your Extra Mural Study (EMS) requirements, Vets Go Wild have the perfect animal care courses for you, featuring the opportunity to work with wildlife vets in South Africa.Read More →

Learn to scuba dive when you join our marine conservation adventure in Mozambique where you will help to protect and study the diverse marine life found here, including many species of sharks, rays and the famous humpback whales. Join our team as they use research, education and diving to drive action towards a more sustainable future, helping to achieve the goal of establishing a formal Marine Protected Area. We strongly believe that this area is a biodiversity hotspot and we need various research data to prove this area is worth protecting.Read More →