- Since 1999 -
RESEARCH | CONSERVATION | ECO-TOURISM
100% REAL SCIENCE / MEANINGFUL TOURS / CO2 NEUTRAL
Dedicated, enthusiastic volunteers to collect data on some of the world’s rarest animals (on main image)
Applications are invited for team members to join our conservation research expeditions in 2019/20.
Project Wild Gambia offers an experience like no other. You will delve into the heart of sub-Saharan Africa, encounter species from hippopotamus to Atlantic humpback dolphins and will assist qualified zoologists with their pioneering research and conservation work.
From researching critically endangered primates to monitoring west African populations of hippopotamus or even discovering a new species of shark, your students will delve into the African bush knowing they are contributing to the conservation of some of the world’s rarest animals.
WHAT OUR PARTICIPANTS SAY
"I can't describe how incredible the project wild gambia team is, and the work they do to protect and conserve west African wildlife. I am so lucky to have been involved in collecting research data on the west African crocodile. I would highly recommend volunteering with this organisation, as I have developed a range of skills which will enable me to persue my career as a herpetologist"
Abbie Mcnally / United Kingdom
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