Africa

Saving Great Whites in South Africa

Get up-close and personal with Great White Sharks in this unique conservation project focussed on researching the ocean’s greatest predator. South Africa’s Gansbaai coast, and the nearby Dyer Island reserve have the densest population of Great White Sharks in the world. This beautiful but much maligned creature has been hunted to near extinction, and the efforts of the marine biologists working on this projects are helping the world to better understand why it is important to save the species, and how it can be done.

  • #2505
  • 2 Weeks to 1 Month
    1 to 3 Months
  • Gansbaai
    South Africa
    34° 34' 37.1748" S, 19° 20' 47.1948" E
    ZA

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Saving Chimps and Gorillas in Cameroon

Become a Conservation Traveller and help save two of the most threatened African great apes: Gorillas and Chimpanzees. This initiative provides a rounded approach to conserving the great apes’ natural habitat. As a participant you will be tracking the movements of wild Gorillas; and raising awareness in the local rural communities in Cameroon, Africa. A true life changing experience.

  • #2501
  • 2 Weeks to 1 Month
    1 to 3 Months
    More than 3 Months
  • Buea
    Cameroon
    4° 8' 37.3992" N, 9° 11' 24.2268" E
    CM

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