Discover the world's wildest places – join our nature adventures abroad.
Become active as a volunteer in real conservation projects
Field and Guide Courses
Enjoy an unforgettable educational adventure and explore the wild
Your career break in the wild, far away from everyday life
Gain international hands-on experience and intercultural skills as a conservation intern
School's over? Live your gap year adventure in the wild
Nature and Adventure Travel
Discover nature and wildlife in some of the wildest places on earth
Experience the wilderness of Africa on your dream safari
You don't know where to go or you've got questions? We are happy to help you.
Choose from 29 destinations where you would like to go
Become a volunteer in the USA and play an active role in conserving the Golden Coast's unique nature
Learn about and experience the African bush whilst contributing to long-term wildlife conservation.
Reconnect with nature and yourself walking through the Kalahari and keep watch while on sleep-outs in this raw and remote area
As a volunteer in this project you live in Greece's fascinating Attica region and help take care of rescue cats in need
Spend an unparalleled year amidst Africa's wild nature and get trained as a Professional Field Guide
Engage as a volunteer to research and protect threatened sea turtles on Greece’s Kefalonia island
Make a contribution to species conservation and help protect vulnerable whale sharks in the Maldives
Become active in preserving endangered wildlife and unique ecosystems as a volunteer in South Africa
Advocate for animals in need and become part of a devoted animal welfare team at a shelter in Portugal
As a volunteer in this project, you help protect mustangs in need on a horse ranch in West Florida
Contribute to the exploration of the world's most diverse and largest rainforest. Volunteer at a research station in Peru and live close to nature
Live and learn amidst Southern Africa's wild nature for 55 days – and become a Field Guide Level 1
Observe wild Przewalski horses in natural living conditions while contributing to their conservation
Conscious Travel with Natucate
Supporting real conservation projects worldwide through individual wilderness adventures – our ambitions, our values, our service.
“How do I put into words what I experienced during the most inspiring five and a half weeks of my life in the Okavango Delta in Botswana? Actually, it's impossible, because there is only one way to really understand it: take the first step and go out into the wilderness yourself.”
“This year I booked a 9-month trip to Africa, consisting of several Natucate projects, and I am simply thrilled. [...] Each project had its own special something and could not be compared to the other. [...] All in all, the time in the projects and the service of Natucate were simply stunning.”
“I will definitely come back again, because what could be better than exploring the fields and bushes of Africa, watching elephants, wild dogs, leopards and hippos up close and simply following your curiosity about the big and small inhabitants out there?”
“But not only did I adapt, I even learned to love it. I fell in love with the forest, the animals, and the green and for the first time I had the feeling that my work was contributing something valuable to the world. [...] I recommend this project to anyone who is looking for a special challenge, beautiful nature or professional prospects.”
“Africa completely captivated me and that remains with me even now in my native nature. "Safari is everywhere" quickly became the motto of my friends from the course and all of us live it no matter where, in the city, in the countryside or in the Alps.”
Apart from some positive environmental developments that go with the outbreak of COVID-19, the worldwide corona lockdown has also caused a global threat to conservation and wildlife. Learn more in our blog
Regardless of whether you are a customer or an interested party: come and receive detailed information on game ranger training and answers to your questions in one of our EcoTraining web seminars.
When taking part in our trips, responsible behaviour is essential – no matter if volunteer project, educational course, internship, adventure travel programme, or safari. Take a look at our code of conduct.
A question that is asked frequently. Since the agency was launched in 2013, Natucate decided to not offer any children’s aid projects. In the following lines we would like to explain why.
In most cases, lion breeding stations are a cruel business which is only driven by the greed of gain. In our blog article you can receive further information on the ruthless lion breeding industry.
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