Volunteer & experience real wildlife conservation in Africa

Our mission is to help save our planet’s endangered wildlife and wild places from extinction. Wildlife ACT runs important conservation projects in Africa. We focus on Cheetah, African Wild Dog, Rhino, Lion, Elephant, Leopard, Vulture and Turtles.


Join the only wildlife volunteer program in Africa supported by the WWF, and contribute to important endangered and priority species conservation work while simultaneously having the African wildlife volunteer experience of a lifetime, visiting some of the most abundant wild lands on the planet. Our volunteer projects are conducted throughout Africa including Zululand, Malawi and the Seychelles.

If you want to visit the real African wilderness and be part of real wildlife conservation
volunteer work, join our team of professional conservationists.

Become a Volunteer


Join our conservation projects as a student or intern with some of the most unique research opportunities and practical learning environments in Africa. Sites include Botswana’s Okavango Delta & Chobe region, Malawi’s Liwonde National Park and Zululand’s Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park. We monitor not only the iconic threatened species of Africa, but the habitats in which they live in.

Students can elect to spend a gap year gaining valuable field research experience or gathering data to help complete dissertation papers. Interns receive in-field training and are able to to make a lasting impact to the project.

Student & Intern Info


Wildlife ACT Fund is a not-for-profit trust on a mission is to save our planets’ endangered wildlife and wildlands from extinction. We exist because we believe that only by saving our planet’s’ endangered species and wild places, do we have a chance to save ourselves. We are passionate, experienced, on-the ground conservationists doing critical conservation work where it’s needed most.

We focus on delivering time and expertise, implementation of anti-poaching measures, finding and funding equipment as well as educating rural communities about conservation.

About our Fund