Volunteer to help conserve elephants and bears at an ethical wildlife rescue and conservation centre in India. Contribute to animal welfare and learn about the issues facing wildlife protection in India.
“What an incredible and wonderful experience I had. It was so touching to spend time with these amazing animals and to learn about their backgrounds and the wonderful work the centre are doing in making their lives so much better.”
Click to watch a video of a rescued elephant enjoying eating grass at the wildlife rescue and conservation centre.
A chance to experience bears and elephants up close in an ethical way, where they can live in natural conditions away from the cruelty of mass tourism.
The project is located close to the cities of Agra and Mathura, in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
During the weekend, you can visit the iconic Mughal architectural wonders of Agra such as the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort, or relax with your fellow volunteers.
Volunteer at an ethical sanctuary for Elephants in Laos. Experience these iconic species in a beautiful forest setting, where elephants are able to live freely, away from the mass tourist or logging industry in their undisturbed natural environment.
The Wildlife Rescue Centre on the island Sulawesi in Indonesia looks after rescued wildlife, where volunteers assist with practical tasks to help the local staff in their efforts to rehabilitate the animals.
Assist with the conservation of wild elephant populations and carnivore research in a vast national park located in the heart of Sri Lanka. Support the efforts to mitigate human-wildlife conflict in the region for the protection of wildlife and livelihoods of local farmers.