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Volunteer Projects Asia

Our projects primarily focus on wildlife that lives in the rainforests of Southeast Asia.

Our pygmy elephants and turtles, cultural tribe visits and of course our amazing multi award winning orangutan projects in Borneo, all make for a real adventure into the wild!

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The Great Orangutan Project

This project is based in a remnant of paradise called the Lower Kinabatangan Floodplain Rainforest in Sabah, on the island of Borneo, within the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) protected ‘Corridor of Life’. It is an area of enormous importance for both wildlife and the local communities who live here.  The wildlife sanctuary you will be living in is home to singing gibbons, orangutans, proboscis monkeys, sun bears, hornbills and the pygmy elephant, as well as a host of other rarely seen wildlife. Read More

The Malaysian Orangutan Experience

The Malaysia Orangutan Experience is a fantastic way to explore Malaysia, see its wildlife, interact with all manner of people from zookeepers to rural communities, and to make a positive impact with your travel. Read More

Volunteer with Elephants in Sri Lanka

This project in the beautiful Sri Lankan jungle provides a real in the field experience of ecological research on elephants, and involvement in assessing and reducing human-elephant conflict. This type of conflict is the primary reason for the drastic reduction in Asian elephant populations over the past century and the projects' volunteers input really makes a difference for both local people and elephants in a sustainable manner within a localised context. Read More

Turtles in Sri Lanka Volunteer Project

The main aim of this project is to monitor local sea turtle activity and conserve the local nesting sites and it has been hugely successful since its inception in 1988. We aim to make the public more aware of how endangered these beautiful creatures are and just how important it is to help protect them before it is too late. Read More

Marine Conservation in Malaysia

Volunteers on the Sabah Marine Conservation Project have the opportunity to not only become fully immersed into the world of marine conservation but will also come away with a PADI scuba diving qualification. Read More

Bear Conservation with Wildlife SOS

For more than 400 years, the sloth bear has been a target for human exploitation. A nomadic tribe known as the Kalandars began dancing sloth bears for emperors in the Mughal era. Over the centuries the dancing bear trade transitioned, despite being outlawed in 1972, to become entertainment for villagers and tourists who paid for pictures and fuelled the practice for decades after. Read More

The IAR Orangutan Project

The aim of International Animal Rescue is to come to the aid of suffering animals around the world, and wherever possible return rescued animals to their natural environment or provide permanent sanctuary for animals that can no longer survive in the wild. Read More

The Orangutan &Tribes Volunteer

Take an unforgettable orangutan jungle tour on the island of Borneo and visit 2 orangutan centres; the Matang Wildlife Centre and the Semenggoh Nature Reserve; as well as 3 national parks - Bako National Park, Kubah National Park and Batang Ai National Park. Both orangutan centres and all the national parks are managed by Sarawak Forestry Corporation. Read More

The Orangutan & Pygmy Elephant Project

This project is based in a remnant of paradise called the Lower Kinabatangan Floodplain Rainforest in Sabah, on the island of Borneo, within the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) protected ‘Corridor of Life’. It is an area of enormous importance for both wildlife and the local communities who live here. Read More

Become a Zoo Assistant in Malaysia

Get involved and improve orangutan living conditions by travelling to Zoo Negara in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's national zoo, to help out the animal keepers there. Standards in zoos in Malaysia and much of Asia are not what we are used to at home but support through volunteering can assist the efforts being made in Malaysia to improve the conditions of captive animals to an internationally well regarded level – and you can be part of it! Read More

Tiger Conservation in India

The Great Tiger Project is a rare chance to experience an in-depth and hands on introduction to tiger conservation in the wild. The project is situated inside the prestigious Kanha National Park, one of the most well maintained national parks in India and perhaps the best places to see Bengal tigers in the world. Kanha is a spectacular setting - a picturesque blend of forest, meadows and open water that provided Rudyard Kipling with inspiration for The Jungle BookRead More

Family Wildlife Safari in Borneo

The Family Borneo Wildlife Safari is a chance for you and the whole family to immerse yourselves in the wildlife and local community of the lush Borneo rainforest. Families will be fully engaged in working alongside the local tribe conserving the environment and the wildlife that depends on it such as orangutan and elephant. Read More

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