Pretoria - Monkey Park Project

If you have a heart for monkeys then this is the Project for you. 

There are over 110 monkeys to care for at the Rehabilitation Centre. The Monkeys have a Great need for loving hands to feed them and Clean their Cages. These animals are so much like human beings, its like caring for a child.  

The Volunteer Project is designed to offer volunteers the opportunity to get involved in all feeding, cleaning, cutting vegetation, helping build Pretty Amazing cages for the Monkeys and assisting the Park managers. 

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While getting involved in every aspect of hands - on conservation management at the monkey centre, you will learn many skills whilst having the experience of a lifetime. Come and make a real difference and have fun doing so!
Volunteer programs begin on every Monday of Each Week.  Volunteers can choose to stay from 1 week to 1 year. 
$295 / £176
Prices exclude once off Registration admin fee of $295 / £180, this fee will be discounted to $250 / £150 if you pay the registration fee within 5 days from registering with us.  

What do your Registration fees pay for?

Registration Fee – Web-design Costs, Program marketing costs, administration costs, Volunteer in Sa fund, and communication costs with volunteers. 
Volunteer Program Fee – Orientation, program supervision, accommodation, in-country administration costs, staff fees at the Project and food for the Monkeys.

What additional costs will you have?

Airport pick up is: R650 one way to be paid to the driver on arrival ( $60 )
shopping trip weekly To Buy food : R40 ( $5 )
Food weekly: Please budget for R550 ($55 a week) 
To Get a shuttle to the Town or further afield: R300 ( $55 )

The Volunteer must provide for the following:

  • Visa (you will get a 3 month visa on entry to South Africa free of Charge if you hold a : UK, USA, OR EUROPE PASSPORT), flights to be paid for by you. 
  • Travel insurance (mandatory)
  • All volunteers should visit either their personal physician or a travel health clinic 4-8 weeks before departure
  • Mobile phone / internet charges. A variety of mobile network carriers provide good coverage for both mobile phones as well as internet facilities. It is normally more cost effective to locally purchase pay-as-you-go air-time and data bundles compared to roaming options. 
  • Spending money for essentials, souvenirs, etc.
A percentage of these fees are donated as charity to the community.

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