Go Volunteer Africa’s volunteer safaris Rwanda combines a volunteering experience mixed with an authentic wildlife safari experience in Rwanda. Volunteering projects in Rwanda range from games and sports coaching, women empowerment, youth work, English teaching and childcare activities.
Go Volunteer Africa is offering well planned volunteer safari trips in Rwanda for people interested in combining volunteering experience and a safari in Rwanda. Spend one or two weeks in the Heart of Africa empowering communities, sharing skills, building medical centers or teaching in schools.
Volunteer Safaris Rwanda are designed to offer volunteer participants in Rwanda an in-depth experience of the Land of a thousand hills. Whether you volunteer in Rwanda with Go Volunteer Africa for 2 weeks, 1, 2 or 3 months, you will be part of go volunteer Rwanda opportunities that make a real difference through sustainable, life-changing projects. Enjoy adventure safaris, including the popular gorilla tracking and hiking.
Go Volunteer Africa has volunteer work in Rwanda for anyone interested in making a difference in the lives of local communities, whether on a gap year, summer trip or as a family volunteering together. One of the advantages of volunteer safaris Rwanda trips, is that you are not limited to one job role and will have the opportunity to ‘sample’ other roles during your placement.
The aim of volunteer safaris Rwanda development program is to provide support for a wide range of capacity building initiatives within the local communities being implemented by our affiliate NGOs. Whichever program you choose you will be benefiting from Go Volunteer Africa’s extensive experience in Rwanda. One of the biggest differences you will notice at the end will not be external but will be the difference inside of yourself.
Currently we are offering volunteers placements are in Musanze city, however our partner might be in position to arrange placements outside the city for those interested in hitting the real villages of Rwanda! You will surely be assisting with on-going programs in need of a helping hand. You can spend your time helping to paint the classroom blocks, work with teachers, prepare meals for children, plant trees, train dance, musical instruments, and work with clinical officers or participate in the youth empowerment projects.
Go Volunteer Africa’s volunteer safaris Rwanda projects are diverse and each brings a unique, exciting experience. The overall aim of the projects is one of improving the community infrastructure, encouraging sustainable activities and capacity building. The people are hard working and appreciative of our contribution to their community and will be incredibly responsive to your presence on the project.