Go Volunteer Africa: Volunteering and Safaris in Africa
Go Volunteer Africa coordinates placement of international volunteers who are committed to social development and who seek to learn and contribute by working as part of community initiated projects in developing countries in Africa.
Go Volunteer Africa specializes in offering overseas volunteers internship placements and also facilitates opportunities for individuals, students, groups, and gap year students. We also offer adventure holiday tours, wildlife safaris, language and cultural experience programs in Africa.
Each year we place over 2,000 people into our programs across Africa and have a wide range of volunteer travel opportunities all across Africa. Go Volunteer Africa offers affordable and high quality volunteer and internship abroad programs. In collaboration with local organizations and international organizations, our volunteer programs focus on working in orphanages, teaching English in primary and secondary schools and other lessons, health projects, research, internship, and conservation efforts.
Safaris: Watch the wildebeest migration in Tanzania and Kenya or take a cross-cultural wildlife safari in Uganda, track gorillas in Rwanda or relax at the beautiful Lake Malawi. Book a culturally rich beach holiday to Zanzibar; blaze a trail in Uganda or go on a gorilla safari in Rwanda. You can even book a destination wedding in the Monduli Mountains. Take advantage of the opportunity to hike, photograph, Mountain bike and canoe. Learn about indigenous plants, traditional foods and the fascinating culture of the Maasai. This is a great opportunity to enjoy one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world.
Go Volunteer Africa is the largest volunteer travel organization in Africa with offices in Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Malawi, Ghana, Burkina Faso, Togo, Senegal and run by volunteers spread around the world.
When I think back on it, my first experience volunteering overseas kind of sucked. It's a long story, but the short version is that I showed up in Nepal thinking that I was going to save the world and found out that really I was on an adventure tour posing as a volunteer programme.