We feature a range of conservation volunteer trips offering travellers the opportunity to help conserve the natural beauty and bio-diversity of our planet.
Lend a hand with the conservation of vulnerable and endangered species including cheetahs, giant pandas, sloths, whale sharks, rhinos and elephants; help animals on one of our rehabilitation or rescue projects; or do your bit for the environment on an environmental conservation programme.
Have a look at our exciting list of conservation projects below to see how you can make a difference whilst embarking on an adventure filled with unforgettable sights and experiences.
Ten locations to choose from, lots of unique projects to get involved in and an incredible country to explore. With Conservation Volunteers Australia, you have the opportunity to spend as much or as little time as you like working to conserve the amazing Aussie bush...
Assist in a giant panda sanctuary and help to save this incredible species from extinction. You will be involved in feeding and observing the pandas, as well as the opportunity to help with important research projects.
Assist in the local community and help to protect and conserve these endangered turtles in Sri Lanka. Volunteers will get involved in cleaning, feeding and releasing the turtles and by doing so, increase their chances of survival. You'll also spend time interacting with the locals to improve their English speaking skills.
The Whale Shark is the world’s largest living fish, and the idea of seeing them up close is either scary or exhilarating, depending on whom you talk to. Volunteers on this project will be able to learn about and observe the behaviours of the whale sharks off the coast of Mozambique, during many scuba diving sessions.
Live and work on a safari ranch, helping with efforts to protect black rhino, elephants, buffalo and more. Assist with anti-poaching measures, look after rhino, help with training elephants and get a feel for the real Africa.