Galagos Wildlife Conservation is a small but passionate organisation. Our organisation was started by a group of ex international volunteers who came to South Africa as volunteers and never left. We fell in love with the wildlife, the landscape and the natural beauty of the Limpopo Valley; a captivating and ancient land that still offers a remote and wide expanse of wilderness for volunteers to enjoy on an exclusive level.
We have taken our years of experience in conservation and volunteering to make Galagos Wildlife Conservation, a program that really does contribute to the conservation of wildlife and the pristine natural habitat that surrounds us.
Our work is a small part of the bigger picture, to be part of the Transfrontier National Park, joining South Africa with Botswana and Zimbabwe creating a vast wilderness and allowing wildlife to once again migrate these ancient lands as they once used to.
If you are interested in wildlife conservation volunteering, a working holiday in Africa, gap year student work abroad or simply visiting Africa and experiencing the magical surroundings we live in, we would love to hear from you.
The name Galagos comes from the scientific name of the bush baby, also called Nagapies (meaning "little night monkeys" in Afrikaans), are small, nocturnal primates native to continental Africa. According to some accounts, the name bush baby comes from either the animal's cries or appearance. The South African name, Nagapie, comes from the fact they are almost exclusively seen at night. It is the animal on the GWC logo
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