Volunteer with Animals

South Africa

This monkey sanctuary near Pretoria offers an unrivalled experienced to get involved with daily care of animals – from Marmosets and Tamarins to Squirrel Monkeys. This friendly sanctuary needs you!

Requirements: None other than a love of caring for animals in need of love and attention!

Costs: £175 per week including on site accommodation at the sanctuary. Call us today to find out more and check availability 01603 280702


This animal project offers it all; worthwhile environmental work, almost guaranteed sun and white sand beaches. You’ll get hands on whilst living in paradise!

Requirements: None other than an interest in learning about this endangered species and being able to live on a beautiful tropical island!

Costs: £65 per week including on site accommodation at the sanctuary


Help care for rescued wild horses with a horse-whisperer for your volunteer project manager! No experience required and non-horse riders welcome. Great location in the Florida wetlands, great accommodation including ...

Requirements: No experience needed. Recommended length of stay 2-4 weeks. This project is usually full 3 months in advance. Call us early to reserve a space.

Costs: £465 per week including comfortable on site accommodation and all meals!

Volunteering with animals

Volunteering with animals abroad is an incredible experience, working in a volunteer group and living on site, you will never be on your own. Managers and long stay volunteers are always on hand if you need anything, either working with you or within calling distance! The majority of travellers volunteering with animals travel alone, but there is always a group of you when you arrive at your destination. Animals in care centers always need a group of volunteers to be cared for properly!
Call us today for advice on any of our projects 01603 280702 and we will be happy to chat through any project in more detail! We also have more projects available than are listed here so do give us a call to discuss the full range of options.
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