Volunteer in ConservationGlobalteer is a UK charity providing volunteer placements in conservation and animal rescue projects.
Argentina Monkey Project
The Argentina Monkey Sanctuary
is based near the vibrant city of Cordoba.
Argentina is the second largest country in South America and is famous for its food, dancing and soccer.
The volunteer project is a rescue, rehabilitation and release centre for Howler Monkeys recued from the illegal wildlife trade. Go to the Argentina Monkey Sanctuary page.
Borneo Marine Conservation
Volunteers at this project spend the majority of each day working in the water. You will be diving on a daily basis in order to help with coral reef regeneration. Those who are new to scuba diving will be given training during their first few days in order to achieve their PADI open water dive certification. Those who already have open water dive qualifications will spend their first few days achieving their advanced certification.
Borneo Sea Turtle Conservation
Volunteers at this project assist in the protection of the sea turtles by carrying out activities including beach patrols, survey and tagging. Volunteers can participate in this project from May to September during turtle nesting season when the turtles are nesting on the beach. Go to the Borneo Sea Turtle Conservation Project page.
Cambodia Bear Sanctuary
The Cambodia Bear Sanctuary
is located approximately one hour south of the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh. The sanctuary cares for over 100 rescued sun bears and Asiatic black bears.
The sanctuary is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of bears poached for bear bile farms, traditional medicines, exploited as pets, used for profit within the tourist industry or rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. Go to the Cambodia Bear Sanctuary page.
Cambodia Elephant Sanctuary
The Cambodia Elephant Sanctuary
is located in Mondulkiri province, Cambodia. The sanctuary is dedicated to helping the domestic elephant population and working to protect Cambodia's wild elephant population. Go to the Cambodia Elephant Sanctuary page or visit our Asian Elephants page
Colombia Sloth Sanctuary
Volunteer to care for sloths in the diverse and beautiful Colombia, with its rich history stunning scenery, and welcoming people.
The Colombia Sloth Sanctuary
is a rescue, rehabilitation and release centre that has been working for the past 20 years to promote and protect the welfare of sloths in Colombia. Our partner project is at the forefront of wildlife conservation in the area, and has rescued over 800 animals – mainly sloths, but also armadillos, anteaters and other local species – from the illegal wildlife and pet trade over the last decade.
Go to the Volunteer Colombia Sloth Sanctuary Project
Costa Rica Sea Turtle Conservation
The Costa Rica Sea Turtle Conservation Project
works to save endangered sea turtles on the Pacific and Atlantic coast. The project moves turtle eggs to its hatcheries and then releases baby turtles back to the ocean. Go to the Costa Rica Sea Turtle Conservation Project page to find out more.
Indonesia Wildlife Sanctuary
The project is a rescue, rehabilitation and release centre for animals saved from the illegal wildlife trade. The sanctuary plays an important role in protecting the wildlife of Indonesian. Go to the Indonesia Wildlife Sanctuary page.
Laos Wildlife Sanctuary
Volunteer to care for rescued wildlife in stunning Laos. The Laos Wildlife Sanctuary
is located outside of the capital Vientiane, and surrounded by unexplored landscapes, rich culture and ancient sites.
The Laos Wildlife Sanctuary is a rescue, rehabilitation and release centre that is dedicated to protecting animals saved from the illegal wildlife trade. As the first and only official release centre in Laos, our partner project is at the forefront of supporting wildlife conservation in South East Asia.
Go to the Volunteer Laos Wildlife Sanctuary Project
Peru Dog Rescue Project
The Volunteer Peru Dog Project
is based in the historical city of Cusco.
Peru has a rich culture and many major tourist attractions including the amazing Machu Picchu near Cusco.
The volunteer project is a rescue, rehabilitation and adoption centre for street dogs. Go to the Volunteer Peru Dog Rescue page.
Peru Amazon Rainforest Project
The Peru Amazon Rainforest Project
is based in an area recognised by Conservation International as a biodiversity hotspot and wilderness area.
Volunteers with the Peru Amazon Conservation Project work directly with project staff on research, conservation and sustainable community initiatives that are helping to protect the spectacular Manu Biosphere Reserve. Manu is a major biodiversity hotspot located in the Amazon River Basin, and in 1987 the reserve was classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Go to the Peru Amazon Rainforest Project for more information on how to volunteer.
Peru Rainforest Wildlife Sanctuary
The Peru Rainforest Wildlife Sanctuary
is devoted to the promotion and protection of the welfare of rainforest animals -free and captive- and the conservation of their natural environment.
Volunteers assist the project staff with a wide variety of duties including food preparation and feeding the rescued animals, helping to exercise the animals to keep them healthy and fit, construction, repair and cleaning of animal enclosures. Go To the Peru Rainforest Wildlife Sanctuary for more information and to apply to volunteer.
Thailand Wildlife Sanctuary
Our partner wildilfe sanctuary in Thailand is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of wild animals such as tigers, gibbons and elephants and which have been previously exploited as pets, used for profit within the tourist industry or rescued from the illegal wildlife trade.
Most of the animals residing at the sanctuary were maltreated before they arrived here, suffering from abuse, malnutrition, neglect and improper care.
Many of the animals arrive with permanent disabilities and hence, cannot be returned to the wild. The mission is to give these animals the best quality of life possible in captivity. Go to the Thailand Wildlife Sanctuary page.
Thailand Elephant Sanctuary
Go to the Thailand Elephant Sanctuary page or visit our Asian Elephants page
These animals would otherwise be roaming the streets of big cities, be kept in bad conditions at working elephant camps or be otherwise exploited in the tourist industry.