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ISV South Africa Program

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South Africa's cultural richness, amazing wildlife and stunning scenery will capture your imagination.

You may volunteer in either conservation based projects or social community development projects. ...
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ISV South Africa Program Featured Journals View All 8 Journal Entries

  • South Africa 2015 Aug 7th

    Travel Journal from United States Utah, United States | Tue Jun 09, 2015

    Looking to connect with anyone going to South Africa Aug. 7th! 

    egrace09
    South Africa Aug 7th

  • Africa 2015

    Travel Journal from United States Utah, United States | Tue Apr 14, 2015

    Hey everyone! My name is Grace, I am 24 years old, from SLC, UT. I'm looking forward to travelling to South Africa August 7th, 2015! 

    egrace09
    Africa 2015

  • My Volunteer Assignment!

    Travel Journal from Canada Vancouver, Canada | Fri Jul 06, 2012

    I have been placed at Masebe Nature Reserve. My time there will be spent collecting data necessary for research on biodiversity in the area. Masebe Nature Reserve is one of the flagship initiatives established by the UNESCO Waterberg Biosphere. The concept of the UNESCO Biosphere Reserves is to create areas that seek to "reconcile conservation of biological and cultural diversity and economic and social development through partnerships between people and nature." …

    BarbaraKaye
    Preparing to head to South Africa

  • South Africa 2012

    Travel Journal from Australia Canberra, Australia | Sun Jun 17, 2012

    The ISV trip to South Africa in Feb of 2012 was one of the most fantastic trips I have ever been on. Each day brought a host of new exciting experiences and the work on the first two weeks of the tour was both extremely rewarding and interesting. My group and I (about 15 all up, comprised of people 18-22 years of age) conducted habitat assessments at Lapalala nature reserve in …

    Jack_C
    South Africa 2012

  • Volunteering #2

    Travel Journal from Australia Sydney, Australia | Tue May 24, 2011

    January in Swaziland is the middle of the wet season, this meant the bushland was lush and green. Lovely yes, but it did make for some tricky working conditions. With grass one metre tall and an inability to see more than two metres in front of you it's not an easy feat to set up a 70m x70m workspace. But with hats on sticks, climbing trees and lots of jumping …

    Erin_S
    South Africa 2011

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