Cape Town ConneXion

What a cool city. If you want to get under the skin of Cape Town a little then this 5 day Intro is for you. Staying at our 4* backpackers, you can explore the city on a group, do some cool Xtreme activities, check out Table Mountain, Cape Point, see the penguins and experience the sublime Cape Town nightlife. A great option prior to starting in Africa overland truck tour.

What a cool city. If you want to get under the skin of Cape Town a little then this 5 day Cape Town Arrival Pack is for you. Staying at our 4* backpackers hostel, you can explore the city on a group, do some cool Xtreme activities, check out Table Mountain, Cape Point, see the penguins and experience the sublime Cape Town nightlife.

 Cape Town  ConneXion

The ultimate  5 Day Cape Town Arrival Pack taking the best cape town has to offer. Staying really cool backpackers by the beach with unrivalled views of table mountain we have plenty of activities in store for you over five days.

 Highlights

  • Table View Beach  for an unrivalled view of table mountain.
  • Traditional Potje
  • Footsteps to freedom walking tour and taking in Authentic African crafts markets
  • Checking out the water front, Clifton and Camps bay
  • Partying in long street and enjoying Cape Towns infamous nightlife.
  • Sip on the finest South African wines on a Wine tour!
  • Optional Adrenaline Activities from Skydiving, Shark Cage Diving and Kite Surfing.

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    Itinerary

    DAY 1

    You are given a warm welcome at the airport and taken to our 4* Backpackers in Table View. The hostel is within walking distance from all bars, restaurants, the beach, shops and transport terminals. Table View is famous for kitesurfing, water sports and its amazing views of Table Mountain from Kite Beach. In the evening you will meet the staff and other guests. A traditional South African stew potjie (stew) is cooked on the fire.

    DAY 2

    va water frontAfter breakfast your friendly local guide will give you a brief lesson on using Cape Town’s public transport and will accompany you by bus to the Cape Town city centre. You can choose 1 of the following options:

    • Footsteps to freedom walking tour – A three hour walking tour that visits historical sites and African craft markets.
    • Hop-on hop-off open top bus tour – The tour takes you around the city centre, the V&A Waterfront and past Clifton and Camps Bay beaches. Later, take the cable car up Table Mountain (own expense). End a busy day with traditional cuisine and drumming at Mama Africa Restaurant (own expense). Then party on Long Street, the centre of Cape Town’s nightlife.

    DAY 3

    baboons_cape_point_south_africa_03Today you will explore the splendour of the Cape Peninsula on a Cape Point Tour. The tour follows the Atlantic Seaboard, past Clifton & Camps Bay to the fishing hamlet of Hout Bay. A cruise to Duiker Island to see the colony of Cape Fur Seals is optional. Continue along the scenic Chapman’s Peak Drive to Boulders Beach to meet a colony of rare Jackass Penguins (own expense).
    At the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve you can cycle through the reserve. You stop for a picnic lunch before climbing to the lighthouse. After taking in the amazing views you slowly head back to Table View past the white beaches of Kommetjie and Scarborough.

    DAY 4

    The Wine Route tour is mellow and involves no exercise – other than lifting your wine glass. You will visit three regions of the Cape Winelands: Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl, with a tasting in each region, a cellar tour at one of the farms and a picnic lunch. The wine farms offer a variety of white and red cultivars, as well as their own blends & styles. We allow enough time for each tasting to fully appreciate and enjoy the wine masters art.

    DAY 5 – Optional Adrenaline Adventures or a Chilled Beach Day.

    Cape Town PenguinsAdd a bit of adventure into your life. You can spend the day relaxing on the beach or you have the choice of one of the following activities (own expense):

    • Skydiving
    • Big 5 Safari
    • Shark cage diving
    • Sandboarding and surfing combo

    After your adventurous day you will arrive back at the backpackers for a traditional Braai (BBQ) and a chance to share your stories from the past few days. Then venture off to explore Table View nightlife.

    Accommodation

    Dormitories:

    Our Dorm sleeps 10 people. All bunks have new Ortho care mattresses and clean linen. The dorm is mixed and has 2 on-suite bathrooms.

    Facilities

    Whether you want a lazy day lying in hammocks by the Jacuzzi or have drinks around the bonfire area it’s all here. For an additional cost one of our friendly staff can book you on further adventure tours, as quiet or adventurous as you like. Pick up and drop off is from your hostel.

    Internet Facilities:

    Free Wifi included in your stay.

    Jacuzzi:

    Awesome place (9 women 1 man Jacuzzi) to just relax those muscles after an adventurous day of surfing or sightseeing. Heated at night, the Jacuzzi reaches temperatures of up to 40c (on request).

    Communal Kitchen:

    Complimentary tea and coffee all day every day. Fully equipped kitchen for those who want to cook their food.

    Laundry:

    Washing machine and tumble dryer available to use or for a nominal fee we will do it for you. (Yay)

    Lounge and Tv Room:

    Satellite, Video machine, Flatron TV. What more do you need for those need-to-stay-in days?

    Zen Garden:

    Grab a book and relax under the palm trees next to the pond with Lunch (the duck).

    Bonfire Area:

    Sit around the large bonfire area, share stories with fellow travellers and cook your food the traditional South African way: on the Braai.

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    Trip Frequently Asked Questions

    Check out the  Cape Town Adrenaline Overload  programme alternatively you can bolt on some activities like sky diving, shark cage diving and abseiling.

    You can do plenty! We have the  South Africa Adrenaline Tour,  this incorporates this Cape Town intro with a group tour of the Garden Route, you can also combine some of our  Overland Truck tours  easily with this trip, as Cape Town is the jumping on point for most of the trips.

    You may want to do this before or after another gap year programme like the Great White  Shark Conservation Project  or  South Africa Wildlife Experience  too.

    If in doubt please ask us!

    Duration Option Price  
    5 (Days)Dorm accommodationGBP 419Book Now

    Included

    • Airport transfer inbound
    • 4 nights dorm accommodation
    • Some meals
    • Transfers to and from Cape Town
    • Transfers to and from activities
    • Wine Tour
    • Cape point tour
    • Footsteps to Freedom tour
    • African Arts and Crafts Market Tour or Open Top Bus trip.

    Excluded

    • Optional Adrenaline Activities
    • Flights
    • Insurance
    • Most Meals
    • Other Excursions other than listed
    • Return Airport transfer
    • Cable car up Table Mountain on Open Top Bus trip.
    • Mama Africa meal on African Arts and Crafts Market Tour

    Dates

    We have multiple departures per month. Please contact us for specific dates & availability.

    Great White Shark Conservation Project

    Great White Shark Conservation Project
    This programme offers the unique opportunity for volunteers to engage in the important research and conservation of great white sharks in Cape Town, South Africa. If you are adventurous and love the outdoor lifestyle then this is the perfect programme for you to have the most incredible once in a lifetime experience, as you get up close and personal with these infamous creatures!

    No other conservation project provides a shot of adrenaline like this one. Great White shark conservation is as important as it is exciting! Get hands on with a Great White shark conservation project in Gansbaai South Africa! The world top location to see great white sharks.

     Great White Shark & Xtreme Marine Conservation

    The Great White shark conservation project takes place in Gansbaai, the worlds number one Shark Diving destination.

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    The work you do can help the world’s top apex predator.

    Great White SharkConservation (27)As a volunteer you will be part of the shark team and assist in documenting shark activity by using aerial surveys of the island. You will be given a unique opportunity to view this magnificent animal in its natural environment by going out 5 days a week, either by boat or even more excitingly in  an underwater cage. You will be part of a team of Great White shark experts and other volunteers. The experts will provide you with all the knowledge you need, at the end of the programme you know all about the Great White through informative lectures and research.

    Your lectures while on the programme consist of:

    •       Basic Shark biology
    •       Research and conservation
    •       Shark behaviour
    •       Conservation
    •       Changing attitudes
    •       Shark Attacks
    •       Basic seamanship (including anchoring positions, wind directions, currents)
    •       Cage diving procedures (procedures in the cage with and without regulator)
    •       Underwater filming
    •       Still photography
    •       Shark tourism

    You will then have the chance to put this into good use, assisting in the conservation and research of the Great White. If the weather permits you will undertake frequent trips out to sea. Whilst at sea, the team will get you as involved as possible with all aspects of sea work, focusing on working with the sharks from below and above the water.

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    Itinerary

    Great white shark projectThis programme does not have a set itinerary. Please request trip notes for more information on the day to day aspects of the project. Preferred start dates are the 1st and 15th of the Month with arrival and pick up in Cape Town. Every day is better than the previous one! You get to learn a lot about sharks by having some lectures and by being free to ask any questions to the crew. The days are never tiring or boring as you get to work in shifts on the boat. On days off there are plenty of activities to do. You can go for example to Cape Aghulus, where the Atlantic and Indian Ocean meet. Can you imagine being on the most southern tip of Africa? Of a whole continent?! The view is quite spectacular! What do you do on the boat? On the boat you   help tourists   to get ready to go in the cage: like giving wet suits, giving them a mask and weights, making sure everything is ok. You get the chance to go in the cage as well! You will be chumming (chopping up fish to feed the Great Whites so they come closer): You get to have a shower at the end of the day so it is not important how much you smell or are dirty! Everyone enjoys chumming because it´s the place where you can see the sharks well, since they are attracted by the smell. The accommodation is really nice! They are very cozy with a lounge area and a big kitchen! The fact that there is a kitchen is nice because we can decide whether to cook or go out for dinner.

    Hands on conservation for the Great White Shark

    Shark conservation South AfricaThis is your chance to become actively involved in the conservation of the Great White shark on your gap year. The Great White shark is arguably one of the worlds greatest predators, and at the same time under threat from ill educated and unethical activities conducted by mankind. Sport fisheries, which seek their jaws as trophies, and being accidentally caught in commercial fisheries are only two of the sharks enemies, but the deliberate killing of sharks by Asian fishermen which prize their fins for a bland tasting soup sees over 200 million sharks killed per year (across all shark species).

    Help stop the decline of the oceans top predator

    The Great White shark conservation is more important now than ever, with severe declines being documented in Northwest Atlantic, Australia, and Northeast South Africa. This fantastic opportunity gives you the chance to actually physically contribute to Great White shark conservation in South Africa, one of the worlds leading hot spots for Great White shark activity.

    During the programme

    Great white sharkOn this conservation programme you will join a world leading organization dedicated on protecting the Great White shark, operating in Great White shark conservation since 1989. You’ll receive training in Great White shark biology, behaviour, conservation, research, changing attitudes, shark attacks, basic seamanship (includes anchoring positions, wind directions), underwater filming, still photography and shark tourism. Weather permitting you will go to sea frequently. At sea, you’ll get involved as much as possible with all aspects of sea work. This will be focused on working with the sharks from above and below the water. Much emphasis will be placed on observing behaviour and the interactions of sharks around the boat. You will be taught how to get in and out of the cage and how to remain secure and safe in the cage.

    Get in the Cage

    In the cages you will record observations of the Great White sharks. This will include sex, size, markings and behavior. This training is designed to educate you to a level of competence of a field assistant. During the training, you will be evaluated on how you handle teamwork, take your own initiatives, take interest in the work and activities, show interest in learning.

    Locating the Sharks

    Finding the Great White shark is a skill, involving years of practice – the water temperature, depth, visibility, swell height, current and wind direction are all major factors.

    Holy Shit! See them breaching

    Great White sharks are surface feeders, you will be amazed when seeing the Great White lifting its head right out of the water to take the bait, and sometimes breach completely. In Shark Alley, close to Gansbaai, you will likely also see seals, penguins and the occasional dolphins frolicking near the islands, as well as magnificent Southern Right whales coming up from Antarctica to breed from May to November. These expeditions are more than just thrill-seeking adventures, they are educational experiences.

    Find out more about this project on our blog

    Accommodation

    Accommodation at the volunteer house in Gansbaai. Gansbaai is a seaside village, which depends on fishing and tourism for its survival. It is situated approximately two hours south east of Cape Town. The shark team document a lot of shark activity using aerial surveys of the island. On one of the main research sites, Dyer Island, many other wildlife species can be viewed from the boat. It is the breeding ground for Jackass Penguins, Cape Cormorants and Gannets, whilst Geyser Rock opposite, is a breeding Mecca for Cape Fur Seals and currently home to approximately 20,000 seals. In season Whales and an occasional Dolphin can be spotted. This is a perfect habitat for the Great White.

    Free Time

    On the days when you´re not at sea, you can go on excursions in the local area and take part in activities such as wine tasting, penguin spotting, a visit to the most southern point of Africa and so on. Gansbaai is a lovely village and has several nice pubs and restaurants that you can visit, but there is no nightlife. The project volunteer coordinator will help you arrange some trips (at your personal expense), like these ones below:

    Go Whale Watching! 

    See whales that are bigger than the boat you are watching them from! Huge and mysterious, whales are a fantastic sight  the best time for spotting is between April and November.

    Exploring the valley on horseback!  

    Follow the rambling trails of the Walker Bay Whale Conservancy. These rides take you into the private nature reserve that runs along the Klein River and into the Kleinriviersberg Mountains. Available for all abilities.

    Quad biking! 

    Bike the trails around the Robert Stanford Wine Estate, through the vines and bush in a rather intrepid manner. For excitement just about equal to a shark encounter!

    Explore.

    Cape Town is ideally placed for the Orange River and Fish River Canyon \” fantastic places to explore. Being in South Africa also places you well for tours throughout Africa. Go up to Namibia, visit Victoria Falls or go on an epic trip through eight nations finishing up in Nairobi  you´ll experience lots of wonders enroute. We have a number of different tours to choose from, just drop us a line to find out more about them to experience Africa in an adventurous but safe way.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Yes, but in a cage, only Mike Rutzen would be nuts enough to actually swim with these things.
    A little, at first, but you will be surprised at how quickly you get to admire these huge predators. Much like falling in love with a goldfish. With big teeth.
    Yes you will be there with other volunteers and you will be working side by side with our experienced crew, so you are part of the team.
    The best time to volunteer will be in Winter (June to August) as the sharks are more active.
     

     

    Duration Option Price  
    2 (Week)GBP 729Book Now
    3 (Week)GBP 1349Book Now
    4 (Week)GBP 1619Book Now

    Included

    • Pre departure information
    • Orientation programme on arrival.
    • Accommodation
    • Breakfast at the volunteer house and lunch on the boat
    • Cap
    • White Shark Field Book

    Excluded

    • All flights
    • Activities on days off
    • Travel insurance
    • Visa
    • Dinners
    • Lunch on days off

    Dates

    This trip starts on the 1st and 15th of the month with pick up from Cape Town.

    You should arrange your flights into Cape Town the day before so the last day of the month or the 14th of the month. Many people book an extra few days in Cape Town. We can help you arrange this.

    South Africa Monkey Rehab

    Want to mess about with monkeys all day? Well either work in our office or join this exciting project! The Xtreme Monkey Rehab programme is a really fun african wildlife conservation project. Get hands on and become a surrogate monkey minder from 2 to 12 weeks. All food accommodation provided.

    Want to mess about with monkeys all day? Well either work in our office or join this exciting project! The Xtreme Monkey Rehab programme is a really fun African wildlife conservation project. Get hands on and become a surrogate monkey minder from 2 to 12 weeks. All food and accommodation provided.

     Xtreme Monkey Rehab South Africa

    Get ready for some Xtreme monkey business!xtreme gap monkey conservation 2

    You will be tasked with helping out and keeping the centre running smoothly. Now if you feel that sounds like a walk in the park, just consider the fact that most of your colleagues will be juvenile baboons!

    You will have to keep them in check look after them and become best mates with the troop (That’s a bunch of baboons by the way).

    The daily tasks of caring for them include preparing food and milk, cleaning their play enclosures, playing, supervising, and observing them throughout the day, cleaning their sleeping cages, and preparing blankets and soft toys for their sleeping cages in the evenings. This is not a  glamorous job! You will get dirty, and peed and pooped on.

    The animals´ needs come first, and they need the same care on weekends as well as weekdays. Other tasks include help preparing food crates for the older troops and monitoring troops daily. There are no rigid working hours, we finish when everything is completed, although a typical volunteer day usually is 7:00am until 5:00pm. Time off is dependent on the number of volunteers at the centre.

    Highlights:

    • Playing and looking after adorable juvenile Baboons and Getting involved in a lot of monkey business.
    • If you are wild about animals, and want to learn more about primates there is no better opportunity.
    • Join a team of professionals and other volunteers to learn something new, rewarding and ultimately unforgettable.
    • Bottle feeding orphaned baby baboons, giving you a real sense of excitement and achievement.
    • Staying in an incredible environment, right in the heart of the African Bush this will be a completely mind blowing experience.
    • Loads of satisfaction in knowing that what you are doing is genuinely helping out.
    • Optional Kruger Park Safari way can check out the big five during your time off.

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    Full Details

    What will this project give you?

    baboon project 2This will make you really proud that is for sure. Travelling can give you so much confidence but working on a project like this is extremely self rewarding as well.
    As you will be working in a team it will show that you possess initiative and have the skills to work well with other people.
    Besides that it’s extremely worthwhile. It’s not everyday you make a genuine difference and do some good.
    South Africa is a mixture of many different cultures, it will give you plenty of exposure to different cultures and help you grow and develop as an individual.
    Job satisfaction guaranteed! This will be one of the best work experiences you could ever have, your colleagues will literally be monkeys.
    It presents you with an opportunity not only to develop your CV by demonstrating skills, but will actively put you in a completely different environment that will test you. If you plan to get into animal science or medicine afterwards even better, but that aside it would be an incredible experience to tell your friends about.
    This is a great way to spend serious time in South Africa, with three meals a day included all of your accommodation and lots of fun is perfect to add into any South Africa backpacking trip.

     

    Your typical day looks like this, no time to get bored 🙂

    • 7:00 – It up early to have breakfast with the Monkeys, expect a lot of banana action and pretty shocking table manners!
    • 9:00 –  After the monkeys are full of bananas, it’s time to stuff your face as well breakfast is served.
    • 10:00 ” 13:00 ” Morning activities involves looking after the monkeys, and fulfilling various projects as set out by the staff.
    • 13:00 ” 14:00 – It in our break for a gorgeous lunch and to discuss the crazy goings on at the monkey Sanctuary
    • 14:00 ” 17:00 – Activities in the afternoon vary depending Upon what is happening at the monkey Sanctuary, You might be planting vegetables (We try and be a self-sustaining as possible when it comes to food for the monkeys) or but helping to build new cages, planting vegetables. You will be paired up with other members of the group and no matter what you get up to ensure to be a good laugh.
    • 18:00 – Dinner
    • 19:30 ” After dinner, you´ll be feeding nocturnal animals, and will have the rest of the evening as free time to relax.
    • Of course it goes without saying the above is just a guide. Things will change depending on the needs of the project at the time.

    You will be a member of the team and your activities include

    • 10523309_741145572610836_3946811895925531839_oLiving in a Big 5 South African Nature Reserve ” so enjoying regular drives through the reserve to spot animals
    • Hand-rearing orphan baby baboons (and so making bottles, preparing food/toys, cleaning the nursery, supervising the babies in the nursery and taking them on river walks)
    • Taking care of sanctuary baboons (those that cannot be released); making their food/enrichment’s, social grooming/interactions, cleaning their enclosures
    • Helping with the rehabilitation of other small mammals in the reserve when needed
    • Observations of releasable baboons
    • Living amongst wild baboons and vervet monkeys (wild troops roam the centre)
    • Walking the rescue dogs in the reserve
    • Enclosure renovations
    • Giving education
    • Learning about primates, wildlife conservation, husbandry and rehabilitation
    • Helping with the rehabilitation of other rescued wildlife (usually small mammals/birds)
    • Excursions to the Kruger Park and surrounding attractions as a supplementary cost

    Free time

    Every day you will have a few hours of free time. Most volunteers nap, check email, read a book, visit the river, walk around taking photos, do laundry, give out extra enrichment/branches, or spend extra time in the baby hok.South Africa Monkey Rehab Xt (5)
    You can ask for a day off and trips (at an additional cost) are offered to nearby attractions such as the Kruger Park.

    Accommodation

    Volunteers are accommodated in a rustic, two story brick and timber house nicknamed ´The Mountain Lodge´. The ground floor is comprised of 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, kitchen, and open-air veranda/eating area.

    The upper level has 4 bedrooms, a lounge with a DVD player and couches, and a balcony.

    Bathrooms have hot water showers and flushing toilets. There are a maximum number of 4 people per bedroom. The veranda is protected from the animals by a diamond mesh wire enclosure, but rats, bugs, and other creepy crawly wildlife have free access. Electricity is 220v.

    Meals

    Food is purchased in town once a week. Menus are planned and cooked by the volunteers on a rotating schedule of cooking and cleaning. Basic, wholesome foodstuffs are provided.

    The centre provides a mainly vegetarian diet. We can accommodate vegetarians, vegans, or anyone with food allergies. Additional personal food, such as alcohol, chocolates, sodas, etc, can be additionally purchased on your own accord. A ´tuck shop´ is available onsite that sells some sweets and sodas. We often have a braai (a traditional South African BBQ) with delicious grilled meats and veggies.

    There is a washing machine in The Mountain Lodge. Each volunteer is assigned one day per week to do his/her laundry. Clean clothes are hung in the backyard on clotheslines to dry. There is always the option for additional hand-washing. Detergent/washing powder is provided.

    Volunteers will have a single bed with a mosquito tent/net. Sheets, a duvet, and pillows are provided. You can bring a sleeping bag or extra blanket if you want to, but is usually not necessary. There are storage lockers to lock away any expensive or personal items.

    There is basic wifi internet connection at the Mountain Lodge. If you bring a laptop or tablet you can purchase the connection for a R150/month fee. Almost all volunteers use this wifi. You can purchase a mobile phone or SIM card in town. MTN and Vodacom are the local carries and the centre gets decent cell reception.

    Trip Frequently Asked Questions

    The minimum length of time you can stay at Primate Sanctuary is two weeks. Although you can stay up to 12 weeks to really get involved in the project. 12 weeks is the maximum on a tourist VISA (you will be given 90 days on arrival.
    You will need to fly into Phalaborwa airport, this involves internal flight from Johannesburg or Cape Town and our flight partners can help you with this. You will be met by an Xtreme Gap Year representative at the airport and transferred to the project. If you arrive early in to Jo Burg, you do not need a night here. 3 times a day there are flights to  Phalaborwa
    We can take up to 20 volunteers at one time, during the months of June and July and August we tend to be very busy so get your booking is an early. On average you will be with around 15 other people.
    We’ve never dealt with a rabid animal, and I don’t have the vaccine and have been there for 3 years – but we always just inform people that when working with wild animals it is a recommended vaccination so they can decide for themselves.
    Short answer is lots! This is prime African Bush, home to some of the greatest safari parks and private game reserves in Africa. There is plenty to do in the area, and whilst there are loads of activities included during the project you may want to budget a little bit extra to get involved in some extracurricular activities.

    Kruger National Park, the largest national park in South Africa Is a short drive away. There are optional trips into the park, to see Jessica the Hippo, the Panorama Route, and other various animal parks including a reptile park, a cheetah sanctuary, and an elephant sanctuary, among others.

    With regards to payment for the extra activities. They van be paid in cash when at the centre to the staff member organising the trips during that time. If trips are not available due to lack of vehicle/staff member some volunteers chose to hire a car for 2 days to do site seeing (elephants, chimp eden for example). We do not take money in advance for trips due to the possibilities of vehicle problems or lack of available staff – the baboons always come first, but we do try our best to accommodate trips/sightseeing to other projects and the Kruger Park.

    Volunteers here don´t need any prior experience ” Our dedicated Team of full-time professionals will give you all the training you need. You do need however lots of love and enthusiasm for working with primates. It can be hard work sometimes, but it is ultimately very rewarding.  

    What will this project give you?
    This will make you really proud that is for sure. Travelling can give you so much confidence but working on a project like this is extremely self rewarding as well.
    As you will be working in a team it will show that you possess initiative and have the skills to work well with other people.
    Besides that it’s extremely worthwhile. It’s not everyday you make a genuine difference and do some good.
    South Africa is a mixture of many different cultures, it will give you plenty of exposure to different cultures and help you grow and develop as an individual.
    Job satisfaction guaranteed! This will be one of the best work experiences you could ever have, your colleagues will literally be monkeys.
    It presents you with an opportunity not only to develop your CV by demonstrating skills, but will actively put you in a completely different environment that will test you. If you plan to get into animal science or medicine afterwards even better, but that aside it would be an incredible experience to tell your friends about.
    This is a great way to spend serious time in South Africa, with three meals a day included all of your accommodation and lots of fun is perfect to add into any South Africa backpacking trip.

    Duration Option Price  
    2 (Week)GBP 589Book Now
    3 (Week)GBP 925Book Now
    4 (Week)GBP 1209Book Now
    6 (Week)GBP 1759Book Now
    10 (Week)GBP 2869Book Now
    12 (Week)GBP 3379Book Now

    Included

    • Three meals a day
    • Airport pickup
    • All activities and assistance at the monkey Sanctuary
    • Detailed predeparture pack
    • Optional trip to the Kruger National Park (small local payment)

    Excluded

    • Flights
    • Visas (you are given a free 90 day tourist VISA on arrival)
    • Travel insurance
    • Spending Money

    Dates

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