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Find out what our elephant conservation volunteers in Namibia have to say about their time on the project:

 

An elephant on the plains“My time in Namibia was amazing and I miss it very much. Thank you for your help with this trip. I’m already planning on going back.”

Sienna, 2 weeks February 2019

 


Baby elephant and calf walking away into the desert“Namibia was amazing I wish I stayed longer!! .”

Sarah, 2 weeks February 2019

 


namibia elephants in line“Namibia is vast, beautiful and ever-changing; it’s untameable, free and unapologetic in the danger it presents. It enables you to appreciate not only it but everything you have. It allowed me to fulfill my dream of helping and seeing truly wild desert elephants, it gave me the opportunity to meet some wonderful people, and it taught me more about my own strength and endurance than anything else ever has. I am still in awe of the country, the people I met, the things I saw and everything I achieved. Thank you.”

Amy, 2 weeks June 2017


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“Really enjoying my time here people and guides are great and all is well. I would just like to say a quick thank you for helping to organise everything, really appreciated, and have had no problems whatsoever!”

Max, 6 weeks October 2016

 


web“My highlights: Meeting and learning about elephants in my patrol weeks. Forming part of an important team with people i will remember and hopefully keep in contact with forever. Doing field research by patrolling, working on real-life cases in the most diverse ecosystem. Supporting vulnerable wildlife and local communities by reducing conflict by assisting in current issues between humans and elephants. Sleeping under the stars with the most incredible sunsets.”

Alice, 4 weeks June 2016


See elephants in the wild in Namibia“I enjoyed the experience and seeing animals in the real wild environment. It was so good to support local communities who are impacted by elephants in their area. Living together is important for the future of both humans and elephants”

Helen, 2 weeks September 2015


Volunteers celebrate having completed their building project“There is something so special about seeing a wild animal in its natural habitat. The sense of what you feel when seeing these desert elephants up close is hard to describe.”

Rob, 2 weeks July 2015


A volunteer helps to build a protective wall in the Namibian desert. These walls help to protect water sources from elephant destruction.“This trip was excellent. I met a great group of volunteers and we clicked really quickly. My highlights include watching the 2 week old wild elephant, sleeping under the stars ever night, toasting marshmallows around the campfire and doing a skydive! It was amazing to get away from urban life and be able to reassess what’s really important. Most importantly, it was a heck of a lot of fun.”

Emma, 4 weeks January 2015

 

To find out more about elephant conservation in Namibia, check out our volunteering page.

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