Track wolves and lynx in the Carpathian Mountains and learn about the art of tracking, reading signs in nature and also about the plight of the mythic wolf.
My two weeks spent in Slovakia were absolutely incredible. Every day we were surrounded by incredible scenery while getting the chance to contribute to a worthwhile project alongside people from all over the world.
Caitlin Bubb, Australia
Click to watch a video showcasing the conservation and wolf tracking volunteer activities and the pristine wilderness environment found at the project.
A rare opportunity to spend time in deep wilderness with expert trackers, wolf and lynx researchers & wildlife photographers in the midst of winter, when the wilderness is white and the tracks are clear.
The National Park of Tatras (TANAP) in the north of Slovakia, was founded in 1949. It covers the high-mountain area of the Tatras and it is the unique protected area of flora and fauna among the tallest European high mountains situated east of the Alps.
Back at base in the evenings you will log your collected data and discuss your findings with the team as well as enjoying a hearty dinner and a well-earned rest. During the week there will be a chance to relax with a trip to a nearby spa.