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Conservation volunteering in Taman Negara, Malaysia

West Malaysia has a diverse range of wildlife and people with both affecting the other. The best way to protect the animals of Malaysia is to work with the local people and in this programme you will live with and help the people on the borders of Taman Negara and those living on the Perhentian Islands. Both communities live their lifes in the rainforests or seas so if we are to help conserve the majestic creatures of Malaysia such as Tigers, Elephants, Turtles and sharks then we must work to understand and help these people. Week 1 – Jungle week This project on the border of Taman Negara aims at reducing human impacts in the wildlife corridor between the Taman Negara National Park and the ... Read more >
From £450 excluding flights

Community project in Northern India

Come and volunteer in the tribal villages of West Bengal and help teach English, math, computer studies, and science. We welcome everyone and anyone with any skills! Any skills that you have and are willing to share will help the desperately poor Santhal tribal children at Uma Nivas, a primary and girls’ high school with attached hostel. The children participate in daily yoga and meditation sessions, you can join them too and hopefully develop your full potential while helping the children to develop theirs. Located in a tribal village in Purulia District in West Bengal, India, the Uma Nivas project also has an attached hostel for 23 girls that go to the school. The surrounding area is ... Read more >
From £380 excluding flights

Teaching & community project in Malaysia

Experience the true island life, the life of the villagers, whilst still being able to enjoy the wonders of the Perhentian Islands which is rated 13th most beautiful island in the world and 1st in Malaysia. The project in Malaysia aims to increase the environmental awareness of the villagers by hosting weekly Environmental, English and Eco-snorkeling clubs for the school children and involving the villagers in community tourism. In 2012, the Perhentian Island Ladies Association (PILA) was created to increase the environmental awareness of village ladies by organizing community and environmental events for volunteers and tourist to join in. Perhentian literately means 'stopover' and has ... Read more >
From £145 excluding flights

Tiger conservation in Taman Negara, Malaysia

Ever fancied getting involved in animal conservation? Did you know that Malaysia's rainforest is home to all sorts of amazing animals, like tigers and elephants, leopards, but also tapirs and sun bears, etc. The aim of this project is to reduce the poaching impacts in the wildlife corridor between the Taman Negara National Park and the main mountain range in West Malaysia. The corridor is known to have the highest density of poaching in Malaysia. The corridor is the last rainforest connection between Taman Negara and the main mountain range and is currently used by wild animals like a highway between these two larger patches of forest. Without the wildlife corridor connection the ... Read more >
From £330 excluding flights

Sea Turtle conservation on Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

The Perhentian Islands have been rated by CNN as having the most beautiful beaches in Malaysia. They are even more beautiful when you sit under a starlight night watching a mother sea turtle lay and care for her eggs. Also the sea is full of mesmerising sea life and colurful corals. In this holiday you will not only relax on these beautiful beaches but also play your part in conserving them. The best of both worlds. By joining us, you will help take photos of turtle to identify them and process the data. We use the data to create movement maps of where the turtles go and also to estimate the number of male, female and sub-adult sea turtles that use the islands. The more photos and ... Read more >
From £540 excluding flights

Tiger & turtle conservation in Malaysia

Malaysia is blessed with a high biodiversity of wildlife above and below the surface. Unfortunately, a lot of animals are under severe threat! We give volunteers the opportunity to protect both jungle and marine species, while visiting the two most popular destinations in Malaysia and discovering the local culture. Week 1 – Jungle Wildlife Conservation On this project, you will join the team on the borders of Taman Negara with the aim to reduce human impacts in the wildlife corridor between the Taman Negara National Park and the main mountain range in West Malaysia. The corridor is the last rainforest connection between Taman Negara and the main mountain range and is currently used by ... Read more >
From £700 excluding flights

Volunteer at orangutan & wildlife rescue centre in Indonesia

Helping orphaned and injured animals back to health and then re-released to the wild is one of the most satisfying things you can do. The Wildlife Rescue Centre in Jogja is providing animals poached out of the wild rainforests of Borneo, Java and Sumatra a second chance. They currently have 7 orangutans each with a sad story of how humans have mistreated them but all with one thing in common, they are orphans after poachers killed their parents in the lush tropical rainforests of Borneo. The centre is home now for 4 of these Orangutans who don’t stand a chance of being able to be rehabilitated back to the wild. However three of the younger orangutans are on the waiting list to join a ... Read more >
From £760 excluding flights
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