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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
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“After a small meal we went on our first game drive. For me it was the very first time out in the African bush and I immediately fell in love with it.”
“During the backcountry project, we had the chance to discover new experiences in the middle of nature, far away from civilization and the usual tourist places. I have never experienced such silence. Even while camping in the woods, we could hear the ocean.”
“I will never forget my time there and I hope that I will be able to take part in the project again.”
“On Friday we then planted about 1500 local plants. Tasks like these are definitely fun: you can see the results of your work at the end of the day.”
“I especially remember the great atmosphere of sharing these unique experiences with others and the moments when I held my breath and wondered if this was all a dream or reality.”
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
As species and nature conservation is very important to us, we would like to give you tips and advice on how to make your trip sustainable. The goal is to achieve the smallest possible ecological footprint.
When taking part in our trips, a 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.