On our Mother Africa Voluntourism trip to Zimbabwe, you will spend 8 days on this project which arises from the truly magnificent ecological surroundings. The community project will be spent helping out in the villages, schools and orphanage near Matobo Hills, Bulawayo. Zimbabwe is also a country rich in wildlife and a further few days will be spent in the conservation field of Hwange National Park. Mother Africa was established with the intention of assisting these communities to become more self sufficient, better educated and through your help to receive a better quality of life.
Please note – this itinerary is just a general outline as the daily activities may change depending on the time of year or ongoing projects.
(Day 01+02) *Bulawayo/Matobo Hills* [Arrive Bulawayo and you will be met and transferred to your lodge in the Matobo (Matopos) Hills National Park. You will have an orientation this evening followed by dinner. 2 nights Camp Amalinda.]
Camp Amalinda, built among the rocky outcrops, features nine rooms, including two new suites. The dining/lounge area is also part of a small overhang of st..Read More
(Day 03+04) *Matobo Hills* [You will have the opportunity to spend time in the local Ndebele village, the children’s orphanage and the two local schools. You will be accompanied by a Mother Africa representative. 2 nights Local Village.]
The "Mother Africa" organization believes that one person can make a difference. Like nature herself, change will be a gradual process. But we are conf..Read More
(Day 05) *Hwange* [Today you will transfer by air-conditioned vehicle to Hwange National Park and your next lodge (2 ½ hour drive). Hwange is Zimbabwe's largest national park and is famous for its large herds of elephant. Predominant species also include rhino, buffalo, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, lion, wild dog and bat-eared fox. This is one of the best parks on the continent to see sable antelope. Each day will be filled with a different activity such as assisting hornbill research, small carnivore census and time with elephant research. 1 night Ivory Lodge.]