With over 1,900 avian species—more than any other country in the world—Colombia is a birder’s paradise waiting to be explored. Join Jennie of the Jungle in collaboration with Holbrook travel on this specially developed bird and conservation tour, where you will support conservation and sustainable development while enjoying amazing birding opportunities in the Central Andes region, famed for its high level of species diversity. Throughout your journey, meet members of the local community and learn about ongoing efforts to use birding as a sustainable development resource.Click to Learn More!
Care for sloths, monkeys, birds, and other jungle creatures at an animal rescue and sanctuary in the beautiful rainforest of Costa Rica. Spend two weeks in an eco-friendly bed and breakfast in the middle of an 85-acre forested preserve just minutes away from the pristine beaches of the Pacific Coast. Then spend 3 extra days beach-side exploring the many recreational activities that this country has to offer, including parasailing, zip-lining, canopy tours, birding tours, whale and dolphin-watching boat excursions, and more.Click to Learn More!
Join us on this 9-day ecotrip hiking, birdwatching, and trekking through the Himalayan foothils of Nepal in search of the endangered and elusive red panda. Experience beautiful Himalayan vistas and endangered wildlife in one of the world's most biodiverse areas, while directly benefitting local communities and offering them an alternative to forest exploitation. A moderate fitness level is highly suggested.Click to Learn More!
Experience life with a remote jungle tribe while elephants roam freely in the forests around you. Interact daily with the Karen tribal people, observing their traditions and lifestyle. Walk with elephants through the jungle and observe their natural behaviors, knowing that you will be playing a crucial role in their freedom and the conservation of their habitat.Click to Learn More!
Come work and safari with Africa’s most spectacular wildlife in the beautiful country of Namibia! Volunteers will spend two weeks at a wildlife sanctuary, caring for and interacting with animals such as cheetahs, leopards, lions, meerkats, monkeys and African wild dogs, with the option to join conservation research in other parts of the country. The work will be followed by a safari through the breathtaking landscapes of the country to Etosha National Park, where you will see an abundance of African wildlife.Click to Learn More!