Kaitlyn has always loved marine wildlife, and now studying Wildlife Conservation at university thought that Tenerife would be the best place to see her favourtie animals as well as gain some hands-on conservation experience.
Entries in #frontiervolunteer (11)
After discovering the wonders of marine life Emily Major followed her new-found passion to Tennerife to help conserve marine mammals.
Having worked alongside lemurs as part of her university studies, Emma was determined to help conserve them in their natural habitat...
In her first solo travel experience, Emily wanted to volunteer abroad and help wildlife yet stay relatively close to home. This made Tenerife the perfect destination for her to volunteer; here's how she got on:
Matthew was looking for something different and exciting to do whilst fulfilling his bucket list, and working closely with animals in Africa was just one tick on that list. Here's how he got on:
Wanting to expand her horizons in humanitarianism Margherita set off to teach children in Tanzania. Read all about her volunteering experience in this interview:
Cameron followed his passion for wildlife all the way to Costa Rica in the hopes of making a tangible difference in wildlife conservation, as well as learn more about the conservation sector. Here's how he got on:
Emily spent two weeks volunteering at our Costa Rica Animal Rescue Centre. She loved it so much that she is now thinking of going back or joining our Thailand Elephant Experience Project for her next adventure
With an already prevelant affinity for South America and a thirst for adventure, Matt Day headed out to discover the wonders of Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador on our ethical adventure trail. Here's how he got on:
In a bid to gain more experience for her future in teaching, Carla Howell headed to Cambodia, making good memories and great friends along the way. Find out how she got on in our interview: