Lost Adventures offers the opportunity for volunteers to participate at our favorite wildlife and marine conservation projects in Africa and the Maldives. The programmes share the same ethical approach to wildlife conservation, giving volunteers authentic learning experiences and adventures to last a lifetime. Volunteer in South Africa at some of the world’s most renowned big five game reserves, sharpen your photography skills at the Wildlife Photography & Conservation course near the stunning Kruger National Park or join the Big Cat & Wildlife Research at Masai Mara in Kenya.
Get behind the scenes at the world-renowned Shamwari Private Game Reserve - a 23,000-hectare Big Five Reserve, featured in documentaries on Nat Geo Wild & Animal Planet.
Unleash your inner wildlife photographer and make a positive impact on conservation. Learn from experts and capture Africa's stunning wildlife on this specialized photography course - an experience not to be missed!
An unparalleled experience awaits in the Okavango Delta when you join the FGASA guiding course or the Wilderness course. The courses are operated by the Reed family, also known from "Safari Brothers" on National Geographic Wild.
Join the research team in the Greater Kruger Area, and assist the expert field guides and research team in various tasks contributing to wildlife research and conservation.
This 8 to 12 weeks mentorship programme is an amazing opportunity if you dream of sharpening your photography skills, personal development and have an amazing learning experience in the African bush!
This 8 to 12 weeks mentorship programme will give you an incredible opportunity to explore African wildlife ecosystems and particular animals of interest in conservation - an amazing opportunity if you dream of a long-term involvement in wildlife conservation.
Modisa Wildlife Project was founded in 2010 by Mikkel Legarth, from Denmark, and Valentin Gruener, from Germany.
Get involved first-hand in the daily care of endangered rhinos and elephants and join the anti-poaching efforts, conservancy management and maintenance of this family-run conservation project.