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LEO Africa is reopening its doors to volunteers!

Updated: May 6, 2022

This might be the happiest news of the year! Finally, after 2 years of closure, LEO Africa is reopening its doors to volunteers in a New Location!


SAVE THE DATE: 5th of JUNE 2022

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Plenty of news:


- LEO Africa will be based on the pristine and recently proclaimed Abelana Game Reserve, a Big 5 Game Reserve close to Phalaborwa and the Kruger National Park

- LEO Africa will be the first dedicated wildlife monitoring and conservation team on the reserve: this means that we will have to discover the reserve from scratch and create all ID kits of the key species! How exciting is this?!

- Arrivals and Departures will change respectively to Sunday (A) and Saturday (D)

- Transfers from/to Johannesburg OR Tambo are organised by LEO Africa on alternate weeks (included in the price!)

- We are keeping 2020 prices for all 2022!

- So much more!


What will you be involved with?

- Wildlife Monitoring

- Conservation Work

- Camera Traps

- Bush Walks

- Sleep Outs under the stars

- Data Collection

- Microlight flights over the reserve

- Anti-poaching support

- Sustainable living education

- Excursions to the Kruger Park and Panorama Route

- So much more!


All this in a beautiful and pristine game reserve, with breathtaking views, rivers, koppies and thriving wildlife!


For info please contact us at enquiries@leoafrica.org


LEO Africa, a Truly African Experience! Volunteer Now!





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Clive Coles
Clive Coles
May 05, 2022

Great news ~ so excited for you.😀

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Walter Lenger
Walter Lenger
May 05, 2022

I have always believed in Leo Africa and never gave up hope!

Congratulations and all the best for the restart.

Hope to see soon 😍

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