Daily Schedule at the Wildlife Project in South Africa
Volunteers on the Conservation Project will typically start their day around 7a.m. with a morning coffee and light bite of breakfast before heading out to the day's project. There will be another mid-morning brunch either back at camp or in the field to keep up your energy.
During morning and afternoon sessions conservation volunteers immerse themselves in the tasks and activities laid out according to our monthly rolling schedule.
When the sun hits its highest at noon, you will return to camp for lunch and a break, or find a shady spot in the field. In the summer months there will be around 2 hours of downtime over the middle of the day to avoid the intensity of the African sun. During the cooler months this break may be shorter. After the afternoon activity all conservation volunteers will return to the nearest camp for pre-prepared dinner and free time. The day's work will usually conclude around 5 p.m.