Group Wildlife Conservation Projects

Groups have the option of working with animals, caring for sick and injured wildlife at the award winning Shamwari Reserve or the unique Pumba Private game reserve.

These group tours are some of our most popular projects amongst schools and large groups with good reason. We go out of our way to ensure that these tours are suitable for you and your group, and our personalised service offers groups a truly tailored expedition to cater for their individual needs incorporating their level of study and, of course, their subject. As a result, we are proud to say many of our clients use us regularly ever year to organise their trips to Africa.

Group Wildlife Conservation

Costa Rica – Group Conservation Tour

Explore the best that Central America has to offer with your School/College Expedition. Patrol for sea turtles laying their eggs, chill out on the beach and adventure through pristine rain forests of the Caribbean, experience some of the world’s most incredible scenery and exotic wildlife on this amazing tailor made group expedition.

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Equine Management Course

Gap Africa Projects presents a 12-day field trip showcasing applied professional equine management in South Africa.

The aim is to give students a varied and once in a life time experience, taking part in the most adventourous equine trek in Africa and also getting to work hands on with working horses. The course aims to expose students to different landscapes and areas of South Africa, working in both local communities, towns and also spending time with Africa’s wildlife on a game reserve.

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Shamwari Conservation Group Tour

Our group expeditions are incredibly hands on and are suited to those groups wanting to gain valauble work experience as well as those just looking for a once in a lifetime experience. Activities are incredibly varied and each group will have the opportunity to work along side the award winning conservation team at Shamwari assisting with day to day conservation activities, research projects and even veterinary work and game captures!

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