Projects Abroad volunteers pay a visit to the baobabs while volunteering in Madagascar.

Volunteering in Madagascar

Contribute to meaningful volunteer work surrounded by the lush rainforests of this unique island nation

Volunteer in Madagascar with Projects Abroad and make a difference in one of the most fascinating and diverse countries in the world. You can experience the stunning rainforests and iconic wildlife, like lemurs, while also helping at one of our projects.


You can work with children at our local Early Childhood Development Centre, or protect the rainforests through vital conservation initiatives. You can also do public health work, and become part of ongoing efforts to improve wellness in rural communities through hygiene initiatives. We have a selection of projects so you’re sure to find the right one for you.

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All our projects in Madagascar are based in the small community of Andasibe. While you’re there, our staff will be available 24/7 to support you throughout your trip.


Madagascar is a breathtaking country, most renowned for its diverse plant and animal species. During your free time, you can visit wildlife reserves and see the endemic creatures that make this island so unique.

Projects available in Madagascar

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A large lemur balancing on a pole in the rainforest spotted by volunteers during their rainforest conservation volunteering in Madagascar with Projects Abroad.
Lemur Research and Protection in Madagascar
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  • Price: £1,795 for 1 week
  • Extra Weeks: £270
  • Start Date: Anytime
  • Minimum Duration: 1 week
  • Age: 16 or over
Students have group lessons with the volunteer teaching in Madagascar.
Volunteer Teaching English in Madagascar
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  • Price: £1,270 for 1 week
  • Extra Weeks: £195
  • Start Date: Anytime
  • Minimum Duration: 1 week
  • Age: 16 or over
A photo of internship students from Projects Abroad handing out posters to raise awareness during their public health work experience in Madagascar.
Public Health Internship in Madagascar
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  • Price: £1,520 for 1 week
  • Extra Weeks: £220
  • Start Date: Anytime
  • Minimum Duration: 1 week
  • Age: 16 or over
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Can't find what you're looking for?

We have the expertise and staff on the ground to create a custom project for you, or simply help you find the best option.

Speak to one of our Madagascar experts on:

01273 007 230


to start planning your project

Where we are based in Madagascar


You’ll do volunteer work in Madagascar in the small town of Andasibe, which has a population of about 12,000 people. The town is located four hours east of the capital, Antananarivo, and is close to three conservation areas.

One of the highlights of volunteering in Madagascar is its endemic wildlife and vegetation. You can spend your free time exploring wildlife reserves and watching as lemurs skip nimbly through the trees.

A must-see while you are there is Tsingy de Bemaraha, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its towering limestone structures, sometimes called the Labyrinth of Stone. You can also walk through the majestic Avenue of the Baobabs and appreciate the beauty of these uniquely-shaped trees.

Airport pickup, flights and visas

When you arrive at your respective airport, a member of Projects Abroad staff will be there to meet you. You can find more detailed information on arrival airports, orientation, and visas on our Madagascar Arrival Procedures page.

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Safety and staff support

Your safety and security is our prime concern. We have many procedures and systems to ensure you have the support you need to enjoy your trip with peace of mind. Our Projects Abroad staff are available 24 hours a day to help, and will be on-hand to make sure you settle in well at your accommodation and placement. If you encounter any problems, they will be available to help at any time.

Find out more about safety and backup.

This placement is fully researched, safety audited, and risk assessed in accordance with the British Standard BS8848 for the Adventure Travel Sector.

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