Terms & Conditions
  • Volunteers must be 18 years or over at the time of attending Askari. The maximum age for volunteering is 55.
  • The minimum required stay is 4 weeks, maximum 12 weeks.
  • Volunteers must be in good physical health and willing to carry out activities with physical demands.
  • Volunteers must have a good understanding of the English language to follow safety instructions and benefit from activities.
  • Volunteers must sign and agree to the Askari indemnity policy.
  • Volunteers must act within the rules of the Health & Safety policy as set out by Askari Wilderness Conservation Programme at all times. Failure to do so may result in them being asked to leave the programme.
  • Volunteers are responsible for providing the requested information in the application form regarding any medical conditions. In the event of the specified medical conditions not being disclosed and subsequently causing a breach in safety procedures, Askari reserves the right to remove volunteers from the programme.
  • Volunteers are responsible for carrying and administering the appropriate medication for any conditions declared. Askari staff are unable take responsibility for and administer medication.
  • On arrival at Askari, volunteers will receive a copy of the Terms & Conditions, Health & Safety policy, Procedures regarding a breach of safety policy and Risk assessment. They will be asked to sign that they understand and agree to all terms.
  • Volunteers are responsible for ensuring they hold adequate health and medical insurance for their trip. Please note that a standard cover may not be adequate for the nature of all activities and you should check the exact cover of the policy carefully.
  • Volunteers are responsible for all travel to and from the project pick up point.
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An amazing sighting of the notorious Black mamba for the team. We were able to watch this individual for around 10 minutes which is an unusually long time for any snake sighting! Now what you may be thinking is why is it called a black mamba when it is grey? Well the name actually comes from the colour seen on the inside of the mouth....pitch black. They inject a neurotoxic venom when they bite which affects the synapses and therefore the messages being sent around the body, and, if left untreated, causes the organs to shut down one by one #askariwcp ... See MoreSee Less
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I wonder what caught their attention? The Askari pride lionesses trying to stalk them should do it! #askariwcp ... See MoreSee Less
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