Volunteer at Imire
Support Imire's conservation and community efforts
Imire Rhino and Wildlife Conservancy is a stunning reserve set in the heart of Zimbabwe, just an hour and half drive away from the capital Harare. Imire's vision is to enhance the relationship between tourism, conservation programmes and community areas through long-term, sustainable environmental management and positive community projects. The conservancy is home to three orphaned elephants and two rewilded cheetahs, and boasts a successful rhino rebreeding programme, as well as a whole host of other stunning wildlife. You can play a part in this incredible vision by volunteering at Imire from anywhere between 1-12 weeks. Below is a list of the type of activities you will be taking part in whilst volunteering there;
Work closely alongside rhinos, elephants and abundance of other wildlife
Carry out cheetah monitoring, data capture and record observations
Assist with anti-poaching efforts to ensure the continued safety of the animals
Educate local school-children about conservation, wildlife and the environment
Learn more about wildlife conservation, threats to our animals’ existence and what is involved in the management of a wildlife conservancy.
Volunteering at Imire can be a life changing experience. Getting close to huge megafauna like elephants and rhino is something that will live with you forever, but your experience at Imire will be so much more than that. The people you meet, the communities you visit and the fact that you being there is supporting the bigger picture, all make for a very special experience. Your food, accommodation and transfers to and from the airport are included in the volunteer package.