Vivisto have announced 3 new programmes in Africa
Monday 18th May 2009
Vivisto help gap year travellers experience the real Africa through their volunteer projects - whether that be conservation projects, community development or action and adventure programmes, and they have now announced 3 exciting new programmes.
Great White Shark Research
Volunteers are required to assist with the research of Great White Shark in Gansbaai, South Africa. You will be involved in Shark Cage Diving, data capture, logging of shark fin information, shark bites to other mammals such as whales and dolphins and also be involved in Penguin habitat conservation efforts.
8 days, 7 nights South Africa to Namibia Overland Tour
This trip will leave you full of unforgettable memories and will expand your mind, as you experience the sparse Kalahari desert, hot springs, forests, river canyons and the spectacular table mountain, not to mention friendly people, diverse culture and breathtaking scenery along the way.
Building and Community Upliftment
There are currently over 400 families waiting to be allocated small government housing within the township of Kurland Village, in South Africa and this number is increasing with the growth in population. Vivisto are looking for volunteers who are willing to really get stuck in and make a real difference, helping with:
- Removal of debris
- Helping families move into their new or refurbished home
- General painting and decorating
- Aiding local tradesman in the building and preparation work.
All 2010 dates for these 3 new programmes are now available, find out more and consider a gap year in Africa by visiting the Vivisto website.Tweet