Wildlife Africa Conservation Team

What do we do?

We run endangered species conservation projects in Africa. Volunteers can contribute by joining our professional team, while simultaneously having the wildlife experience of a lifetime.


  • We monitor endangered animals like Cheetah, African Wild Dog, Rhino and Lion, Elephant and Leopard.
  • Volunteers who join in important conservation work get both a wildlife experience and make a contribution through their time, efforts and funds at the same time.
  • Volunteers live on the reserves with our rangers, and get hands-on experience in modern conservation efforts.
  • Many are lucky enough to experience anything from trapping and radio collaring or tagging animas to their relocation or re-introduction.
  • Wildlife ACT conducts work across a number of game reserves in famous Zululand, South Africa.
  • We work in conjunction with international organisations including WWF and EWT.
  • If you want to visit the real African wilderness and be a part of real conservation work, Wildlife ACT is looking for you.

Get in touch with Wildlife Africa Conservation Team

Contact details

To contact Wildlife Africa Conservation Team use the contact form tab above.


27 Breda Park, 27 Brede Street, Gardens




+27 (0)82 879 7298



Website address: