Terms & Conditions
  • Volunteers must be 18 years or over at the time of attending Askari. The maximum age for volunteering is 55.
  • The minimum required stay is 4 weeks, maximum 12 weeks.
  • Volunteers must be in good physical health and willing to carry out activities with physical demands.
  • Volunteers must have a good understanding of the English language to follow safety instructions and benefit from activities.
  • Volunteers must sign and agree to the Askari indemnity policy.
  • Volunteers must act within the rules of the Health & Safety policy as set out by Askari Wilderness Conservation Programme at all times. Failure to do so may result in them being asked to leave the programme.
  • Volunteers are responsible for providing the requested information in the application form regarding any medical conditions. In the event of the specified medical conditions not being disclosed and subsequently causing a breach in safety procedures, Askari reserves the right to remove volunteers from the programme.
  • Volunteers are responsible for carrying and administering the appropriate medication for any conditions declared. Askari staff are unable take responsibility for and administer medication.
  • On arrival at Askari, volunteers will receive a copy of the Terms & Conditions, Health & Safety policy, Procedures regarding a breach of safety policy and Risk assessment. They will be asked to sign that they understand and agree to all terms.
  • Volunteers are responsible for ensuring they hold adequate health and medical insurance for their trip. Please note that a standard cover may not be adequate for the nature of all activities and you should check the exact cover of the policy carefully.
  • Volunteers are responsible for all travel to and from the project pick up point.
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These cheetah boys are keeping us on our toes, with another escape from the reserve boundary from Max and Mojo! This time they headed for our westerly neighbours so the search started early Sunday morning to track them down. Many hours later the Askari team, Assistant manager Andrew and vet @peter_rogers_provet made the magic happen and succeeded with a tricky capture. They are back in the boma, the electric fence is kicking and we hope for their transfer permits soon 😅. Team work makes the dream work 😍 but not without the amazing Pete Rogers who is always willing to help, to come from far and wide, on any day, to help the team and our wildlife. Thank you Pete, it's always a pleasure ... See MoreSee Less
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We still have some spaces left for our limited edition 2 week programme.

We start on 29th July with the challenge of "How many amazing sightings and bush experiences can we cram into just 14 days?" Become part of the reserve team, join us with our monitoring work, visit the world famous Kruger National Park, spend a night camping under the milky way and cruise the world's largest green canyon!

Get in touch now. Email Katie on askariconservation@gmail.com
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Saturday was the day of the cats! After an incredible leopard sighting in the morning, we got a call in the afternoon that the lions had killed a baby giraffe in Ranch dam. Lots of cool pics to follow! Thanks @penee219 for the great capture ... See MoreSee Less
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With literally one day left in the bush, our current group were starting to lose hope for a sighting of the last of the big cats, the most elusive of all, that special spotted cat. Until this morning......THE most incredible moments spent with this relaxed youngster. Thanks for the great pics @jammetmanon

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Canyon cruising ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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