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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It was a very exciting check-in on recently released cheetah "Tillie" this morning. As we followed her collar signal into the bush we saw a herd of impala ahead. Soon they started running, then sprinting and the sounds of alarm snorts filled the air. A short while later we saw "Tillie" walking away from the herd. Unfortunately no success with her hunt this time but great to see her trying and building fitness and muscle #askariwcp 📷@joshuasolti ... See MoreSee Less

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Female cheetah 'Tillie' looking as elegant as ever #askariwcp #hesc_endangeredspeciescentre
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