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Namibia and Botswana Conservation Project

Exciting New Opportunities: Conservation Projects in Botswana and Namibia

SAVE Foundation is thrilled to announce the launch of two new conservation projects, offering volunteers the chance to make a meaningful impact in Botswana and Namibia.

In Botswana’s Tuli Block, we are embarking on an ambitious project focused on the conservation of wildlife and habitats in the area. Our efforts include re-wilding commercial farms into conservation areas, creating safe havens for indigenous species to thrive. This program is ideal for groups and school groups, with flexible programs that can be tailored to suit the interests of the participants. We are proud to be the exclusive partner for this program, offering a unique opportunity for volunteers aged 16 and above to contribute to conservation efforts in Botswana.

For those interested in volunteering in Namibia, we are excited to introduce two new research sites. The Coastal site will focus on beach clean-ups and the preservation of seals and bird life along the coastline. Meanwhile, at Harnas, a former wildlife sanctuary now under our management, volunteers will have the chance to engage in various conservation activities.

We understand the importance of providing comprehensive information to our volunteers, and we encourage agents to ensure that volunteers booking the wildlife sanctuary in Namibia are informed about the additional opportunities available at other sites. By offering a range of options, we aim to provide volunteers with a fulfilling and enriching experience that aligns with their interests and passions.

If you are interested in marketing these exciting new programs or learning more about trip details, please visit our media link and trip info link for further information.

Join us in our commitment to conservation and wildlife protection in Botswana and Namibia. Together, we can make a difference and create a sustainable future for generations to come.

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