View more information about the issues we care passionatly about and campaign for change. We work with a number of worldwide charities, NGO's and wildlife organisations with the aim of helping to improve responsible tourism which doesn't have a negative effect on the planet, people, wildlife and the enviornment. If you have something you would like us to help promote or raise awareness about please contact us.

You might also like to check out our blog and top tips how to be a responsible tourist.

Volunteering with Lion Cubs in Africa – What I Wish I Had Known!

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A varied Wildlife Rehabilitation Project throughout Perth helping many kinds of animals. Locations could include a rehabilitation centre, national park, river, coast, etc.

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Support the work of the local staff that are committed to improving the welfare of the animals at a park in Thailand whilst educating the local industry about responsible tourism.

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Madagascar Wildlife Conservation Placements from £150

Discover, monitor and assess the huge variety of Madagascar's exotic and rare species as you trek through remote regions of this hugely exciting island.

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An opportunity to view the Great White Shark in its natural environment. You'll learn about the Great White and then you'll put that knowledge to use by assisting in conservation and research.

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