IFRE's wildlife projects are available in some of the spectacular locations in the world. As a volunteer, you will not only stay in a beautiful location, but will also get to work with animals like desert elephants, lions, hippos, monkeys and horses, depending on the project. IFRE's wildlife projects provide a wonderful opportunity for you to discover and save endangered species, enabling a life changing experience for volunteers.
Travel to stunning Namibia Desert and stay in tented camp to track desert elephants. Learn about ongoing conservation program
Conquer your fears in an African savannah and experience unique interaction and bonding with animals in a reserve
Enroll in the project to get a rare and exciting opportunity to work closely and actively with large number of wildlife
Volunteer in a project that is trying to create a safe haven for sick and injured animals while working with wildlife
Participate in a project that is treating orphaned or injured animals before releasing them in their natural habitat
Volunteer in a private farm adjacent to Kruger National Park and learn wildlife conservation. The 65,000 hectares has no fences
Experience the "Big 5" wildlife of Africa in free environment (no cages and no fences) on foot and on game drives.
Want to work with elephants; feeding them and making sure they remain healthy? If so, elephant project in Sri Lanka may be just the thing for you.
Enjoy pristine beaches while you volunteer to save the endangered sea turtles in remote and stunning locations of Costa Rica.
Look after the elephants rescued from intense labor in Sri Lanka. Be caring and compassionate and prove that the world is not cruel after all.
Work alongside elephant caretakers in Thailand and enjoy hands on experience of bathing, feeding and washing these friendly mammoths.
Travel to the stunning Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica to save endangered sea turtles. Collect eggs; work in hatchery and rescue center.
Help China in its race to preserve gorgeous pandas. Participate in IFRE’s Giant Panda project to keep these cute animals in the planet.