Wildlife Rehabilitation Farm

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This Wildlife Care Farm is a self-funding, non-profit farm situated in the malaria-free Bushveld of the Limpopo Province. They have a Rehabilitation centre which hand raises orphaned and injured African animals to be rehabilitated back into the Wild. They also offer Farm-Tours and Game Walks.

The farm works together with Nature Conservation towards the survival of African Wildlife.

Volunteers have the chance to sleep out with the animals and to explore the fascinating landscape in their sparetime.

Please contact us with this reference code if you would like to enquire about it - WV03

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How does your trip to me help?

Working as a volunteer you will be involved in many aspects of conversation and rehabilitation

Monkey handraising

Caring, feeding or cleaning of orphaned or injured wild animals (mammals, raptures and primates)

in the wildlife care

Assist animal emergency call outs

Capturing and transporting animals

Assisting the owner and manager in ad-hock duties

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Location: South Africa

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How to get there

Your arrival

Choose between two arrival options.

a) Arrival in Cape Town

On arrival in Cape Town, Cape Life will welcome you at the airport and transfer you to your

accommodation.

You will be booked into a backpacker for three nights and experience Cape Towns most popular and famous spots like Table Mountain and Cape Point. You also get to explore Cape Town via a City Tour and experience a township.

Your Cape Town orientation will begin the Wednesday before your placement starts!

The weekend before your Wildlife Project begins, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to

Johannesburg. On arrival in Johannesburg you will be greeted by a member of the Wildlife Farm.

b) Arrival in Johannesburg

You will be welcomed by a staff member of the Wildlife Farm. They will give you a lift to the project and give you an introduction to the Farm and their members.

How much does it cost?

Project fee - 6 weeks =  Euro 1.590

(Airport transfer, Accommodation , two meals a day, training included)

Every extra week
Euro 260

(OPTIONAL Extra)

3 Days orientation in Cape Town
+
Transfer to Somerset West

 Euro 195

Starts on the Wednesday before your project begins!

- Meet and Greet
- Airport transfer to accommodation
- Accommodation (3 nights)
- Township Tour
- Table Mountain
- Cape Peninsula Mountain Tour
- City Tour

Available days/best time to come

Project start dates - Each Monday of the month

Project length - Anywhere from 6 weeks to 6 months