Conservation Volunteering Projects Abroad
The need to conserve and preserve our planet is becoming increasingly vital. As the human population increases, natural habitats and resources are on the decline.
In today’s fast paced society, with its booming industries and technological advancements, it’s so easy to participate in this depletion. Now is the time to take a stand and start making a worthwhile contribution so that future generations can enjoy our beautiful planet for years to come.
Volunteering on a Conservation & Environment Project
Previous experience or qualifications are not required. All volunteers receive relevant training in destination by trained staff and skilled professionals in the field.
No matter whether you are on a gap year from education or a career break, you can volunteer on any of our Conservation & Environment projects at any phase in your life.
You’ll protect some of the world’s most vital ecosystems and promoting awareness through education on conservation.
Immerse yourself in a new culture and learn how you can make a difference. From the coral reefs of Thailand to the rainforests of Peru, join us today and explore your power to protect our planet.
Volunteers who are looking for more general work with animals may also be interested in our Animal Care projects.
We are committed to ensuring that all our international projects are thoroughly vetted and researched to guarantee that they are not connected to animal cruelty in any form. Our Animal Welfare Policy, which applies to both wild and domestic animals, can be read in full here.
Some of Projects Abroad's conservation partners:
Conservation & Environment Projects in:
Come and help us to conserve local wildlife in Southern Africa. Live and work in a game reserve with opportunities to conserve elephants, hyenas, and many other species of plants and animals.
Join a conservation project in the world's ultimate safari destination and experience the side of Kenya that the tourists don't get to see. Assist with protecting and researching the endangered African wildlife in Kenya's Rift Valley.
Conservation volunteers will help gather necessary data from the Belize Barrier Reef, focussing on the health of the reefs and seagrass beds, the effects of fishing on commercial species and locating sea turtles. Volunteers can also participate in a PADI Open Water course.
Join our pioneering marine conservation project in Cambodia's Gulf of Thailand. Learn to dive, join reef studies and help to protect the endangered seahorses abundant in these tropical seas.
Qualify for your Open Water and Advanced Scuba Diving certificates with us in the warm waters of the Andaman Sea. Participate in re-forestation projects, as well as our marine life and coral reef research programmes.
Join our conservation project in the amazing Galapagos Islands off the coast of Ecuador. Take part in projects to assist the protection of native species in the world's most incredible island chain.
Join our conservation project in Nepal's Annapurna Mountain range, high in the Himalayas. Assist with wildlife research and projects to help the village communities in this fragile and unique environment.
This is a unique chance to work on a Conservation project in Madagascar, the world’s fourth largest island, which split from India nearly 90 million years ago.
Live and work in the heart of the Amazon Rainforest on animal protection and sustainable agricultural projects. Collect data from the highest canopy walk in South America surrounded by monkeys, macaws, butterflies and many other incredible species.
Protect an endangered species of sea turtle and work on research into endangered species of crocodiles and the local lagoon wildlife while living close to the beach on the Pacific Coast of Mexico.
Join our shark conservation project on the island paradise of Fiji. Assist with shark research alongside the Fiji Shark Conservation & Awareness Project and internationally renowned shark research scientists .
A fantastic opportunity for you to learn about conservation in a variety of habitats. Work in Barra Honda National Park with projects in the forest and in caves.