Volunteer in Namibia with Africa’s leading volunteer & travel organization – Go Volunteer Africa. Go Volunteer Africa offers sustainable community development and conservation volunteer opportunities in Namibia. Discover one of the most underrated nations in Africa – Namibia. Explore rugged mountains, abandoned ghost towns, picturesque towns from colonial times and vast national parks teeming with fascinating wildlife.
Namibia boasts remarkable natural attractions such as the Namib desert, the Fish River Canyon Park, Etosha National Park and the Kalahari desert. Namibia produces some of the world’s highest quality diamonds. Volunteering in Namibia is a stimulating and provoking experience. This volunteer in Namibia program enables you to absorb the fascinating culture whilst sharing your knowledge and skills with the host communities.
Go Volunteer Africa’s volunteer in Namibia projects will provide an unforgettable eye opening experience for a gap year, summer vacation, spring break, summer break or career break for groups and individual travelers. Volunteers in Namibia are needed in a variety of project areas, including but not limited to childcare, administration tasks, wildlife conservation, community development, environment conservation, sports coaching, English teaching and so much more.
Volunteers in Namibia can contribute to the efforts to protect the environment and the many endangered wildlife in the country. Volunteer work programs in Namibia inevitably focus on supporting AIDS orphans, rolling out preventative health care programs as well as conservation projects to maintain the country’s ecosystem.
Go Volunteer Africa supports responsible sustainable volunteer projects in Namibia. We have projects for people aged over 18 and above and volunteer in Namibia opportunities are available for individuals, families and groups.
Namibia is arguably the most comprehensively tourist-friendly country in Africa. Not only does it have exceptional wildlife – including a quarter of the world’s cheetahs and the last free-ranging population of black rhino – and a well-developed network of parks, reserves and safari lodges, but the landscapes of its coastline and deserts are some of the most photographed and gasped over in the world, meriting a visit in their own right.
Traditional culture remains strong here despite successive colonial occupations by Germany and then South Africa (Namibia gained independence from the latter in 1990) and, for many visitors, meeting the Himba people in the far north-west, or the San (formerly Bushmen) of the Kalahari, is an enriching and humbling experience.
Namibia is so vast and wild – bigger than France, with a population of just 2 million – it’s impossible to do it justice in a single trip. You can explore Namibia with a volunteer travel experience offered by Go Volunteer Africa.
Namibia is one of those rare destinations in the Africa that seems to have the unique combination of natural beauty, intriguing history, and vibrant culture and much of this continent still remains wild and uncharted.
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