How does a conservation working holiday differ from a 'normal' holiday?
This is an opportunity to volunteer your time and skills to help out, you pay for your travel and something towards your keep; it's also a fun way to gain new skills, make new friends.
Email details of your conservation holidays for inclusion to email@example.com
Simple linage for general holidays is free for up to 50 words. Standard linage (with the headers) is for holidays on specific dates and can include a description of up to 150 words at no cost. Any queries please contact us for more detail or advice: firstname.lastname@example.org
Isle of Eigg Heritage Trust
Tree Nursery Weeks
London & West Middlesex NTV are an environmental conservation group who perform practical outdoor conservation work on National Trust properties at weekends, throughout England and Wales. Accommodation provided. Typical weekend cost: £10.
Lundy Field Society
The Lundy Field Society sends three working groups to Lundy each
year. The work is varied and sometimes quite demanding on very steep
locations but is vital to the welfare of the island. Jobs include
drystone wall maintenance and general tasks involving the eradication of
National Trust for Scotland Working Holidays
You’ll have the chance to help with the conservation of unique landscapes by spending a week working in some of Scotland’s most remarkable places. If you’re passionate about conservation, getting outdoors or simply enjoy getting your hands dirty head to www.thistlecamps.org.uk or call 0131 458 0370 for more info!
Peak Park Conservation Volunteers
Throughout the year. Duke of Edinburgh Gold Residential Projects in
the beautiful Peak District National Park with the Peak Park
Conservation Volunteers. For more information and dates:
BASE SAINTE LUCE, MADAGASCAR
COST 2 wks: £795, 4 wks: £1395, 6 wks: £1795, 8 wks: £2195, 10 wks: £2495
WITH SEED MADAGASCAR
Our conservation programme is based in the beautiful coastal region of Sainte Luce, surrounded by extremely rare & threatened fragments of littoral (coastal) forest. You will combine hands-on conservation fieldwork on endangered species incl lemurs, reptiles & amphibians, with community initiatives & environmental education. The southern littoral forest in Sainte Luce is one of only three significant areas of this forest type remaining in Madagascar, having been reduced by over 90%. As the forest has both high biodiversity & a heavily reliant local population, the SEED Madagascar Conservation Research Programme works to integrate scientific research with community conservation to build knowledge & capacity for sustainable conservation efforts. Currently research focuses on biodiversity, collecting data about species present, their distribution, density, behaviour & habitats. The data is then used to better manage forests, support the local community & protect the species concerned. Volunteers also run environmental education classes for local children. Find out more https://c-js.co.uk/2RVIInr or email@example.com.
Trees for Life
Our Conservation Weeks provide an opportunity for volunteers from around the world, to help protect Scotland's natural environment. You will spend a week in the beautiful Scottish Highlands, planting trees or carrying out other work help restore the ancient Caledonian Forest.
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Non-profit organisation that provides volunteer opportunities throughout Africa for all budgets and interests.
Volunteer Latin America
We provide affordable and worthwhile volunteer programs throughout Central and South America, as well as opportunities to learn Spanish.
Canal Camps offer a unique opportunity to volunteer & learn new skills, whilst helping restore some of the country’s best-loved waterways. We have 35 holidays on 16 sites, offering volunteers the chance to restore a lock on the Grantham Canal or build a bridge on the Wey & Arun Canal.
Rewild yourself in stunning locations across northern England and Scotland on our Wild Intrigue Expeditions. You will receive guided training in wildlife surveying techniques in situ, such as camera trapping, bat detecting, moth trapping and more, whilst immersed by some of Britain's most intriguing native species.
World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF UK)
WWOOF is a network of organic farms, gardens and smallholdings offering food and accommodation in exchange for your help. It is a great way to get your hands dirty and learn new skills by working alongside others. You organise where and when, children are welcome at some farms by arrangement. Further information: