South Africa Discovery

Volunteering – Cultural Immersion – Adventure Trips

Projets de bénévolat durables et utiles. Expériences culturelles uniques. Voyage d’aventure passionnant.

Le South Africa Discovery est une tournée de 2 semaines qui vous offre des expériences de voyage, culturelles et de bénévolat uniques, où vous vous immergerez dans des projets communautaires et participerez à des voyages fantastiques, tout en bénéficiant d’un soutien de qualité supérieure lors de votre voyage en Afrique du Sud.

South Africa Discovery
14 Nights/ 15 Days

Lorsque vous recherchez une expérience immersive en Afrique du Sud, ne cherchez pas plus loin. La tournée de découverte ou de volontariat à l’étranger de 15 jours en Afrique du Sud est une tournée complète d’engagement communautaire, d’immersion culturelle et de conservation pour cette région.

Dates de début : 4 septembre 2022, 2 octobre 2022, 6 novembre 2022, 4 décembre 2022, 1er janvier 2023, 5 février 2023, 5 mars 2023, 2 avril, 7 mai 2023, 4 juin 2023, 2 juillet 2023, 6 août, 3 Septembre, 1er octobre, 5 novembre, 3 décembre 2023

Unique Cultural Experiences

Immerse Community Projects

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Tour Highlights

  • Immerse with the locals inside the community projects.
  • Visit the historical Apartheid Museum
  • Work with Animals at the Wildlife Conservation Centre in Oudtshoorn
  • A trip to the world-famous Table Mountain
  • Explore some of South Africa’s most beautiful beaches
  • Learn a bit of Xhosa inside the three language classes.
  • Learn how to cook an authentic Xhosa dish.
  • Learn more about local Wildlife Conservation
  • Learn more about local environmental Conservation initiatives.
  • And finally learn how to Surf!!
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Tour Intro

The accommodation in Cape Town is hostel style accommodation with single gender rooms, 4-10 people per room, shared bathroom facilities with hot water showers and Wifi. There is a dining room and lounge as well as an outside BBQ area with a swimming pool. At the Wildlife Conservation center in Oudtshoorn the rooms are shared between 4 people per room, single gender, shared bathrooms with hot water showers and Wifi.When you are looking for an immersive South Africa experience then don’t look any further. The 15-day South Africa Discovery tour is a fully packed Community Engagement, Cultural Immersion and Conservation Tour for this region. We will bring you in close contact with the local community while participating in unique community engagement projects such as; Construction, Environmental conservation and the Soup Kitchen. Moreover, you will not only be making a difference towards the local community but also a difference for the local African animals on the wildlife conservation program.

During this trip you will be able to expand your horizon by joining; Xhosa language classes, authentic Xhosa Cooking classes, Surfing classes and learn more about local environmental and wildlife conservation initiatives

This immersive trip will be combined with historical excursions to the Apartheid Museum, Simon’s Town and Muizenberg. We will visit a Rescued Lions park, spot penguins and hike up to table mountain together with some beach time at some of the most beautiful beaches of South Africa.

This 15-Day tour brings you closer to the South African people and culture than any other tour. You will create unforgettable life-changing experiences, make friends for life, have a lot of fun and all of this while exploring the natural beauty and unique culture of South Africa.


During the majority of this trip we will be staying in Cape Town. The famous port city of South Africa, lies at the foot of Table Mountain. Even though a small city, Cape Town boasts of dynamic culture and nature. Best things to do in Cape Town include riding the cable cars to the top of the mountains to get a glimpse of the port city below, hiking, exploring the shopping malls and aquariums and even checking out a penguin colony. Cape Town also treasures its Dutch heritage and the remains of the era are still visible in the city.

A little bit over 400 kilometers away from Cape Town at the heart of what is known as the Klein Karoo, a lush oasis-like valley surrounded by the Swartberg and Outeniqua mountain ranges, Oudtshoorn is located. The town of Oudtshoorn was once known as the ostrich capital in the world. It is in this beautiful place surrounded by breathtakingly mountain passes, amazing red rock formations and other natural beauties where we will stay for a few nights during the wildlife conservation program.


Throughout the journey you will be accommodated in basic but clean single gender shared dorm style rooms.

Tour Schedule

Day 1: Arrival and pick up
Cape Town

Pick up from the airport in Cape Town (arrive at any time), settle down in the accommodation and meet your new camp buddies.

Meals: Dinner

Day 2: Orientation Session, Language Classes, Market, Art Gallery and Seal spotting
Cape Town

During the morning of the second day, there will be an orientation session which includes; South African Cultural Lessons, South African Do’s and Don’ts and the first Xhosa Language Classes.

In the afternoon we will have a walking tour around the local area, get some basics organised and we will visit a food market, art gallery and go see if we can spot some seals at the cost.

Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 3: Language Classes, Apartheid Museum, Bo-Kaap Drive and Cooking Classes
Cape Town

During the morning we will continue with our intensive XhosaLanguage classes.

After lunch, we will visit the historical Apartheid Museum, take a drive through the colourful neighbourhood of Bo-Kaap. After this, we will go back to our accommodation for some authentic Xhosa cooking classes during which you will prepare your own dinner.

Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 4 – 6: Community Project; Construction and Environmental conservation
Cape Town

Throughout the next few days, we will be joining the locals on the Construction and Environmental Conservation Project.

During the mornings we will assist locals with much-needed construction, repairs and renovations at schools, community centres and local housing. Get your hands dirty and engage with the community!

After lunch, we will get practically involved and learn more about local environmental conservation efforts in Cape Town.

Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 7: Language Classes and Clifton & Camps Bay Beach
Cape Town

We will start our day with the third and final Swahili language classes.

During the afternoon it is beach time at the world-famous Clifton and Camps Bay Beach. Take a dip into the transparent turquoise waters of this amazing beach!

Meals: Breakfast/Dinner

Day 8: Free Day
Cape Town

This day will be entirely free; plan a trip with your camp buddies, update your travel stories, edit your pictures, catch up on your laundry or just relax and enjoy the tranquillity of a Sunday in Cape Town.

Meals: Breakfast/Dinner

Day 9: Rescued Lion Park and Cape Town Market
Cape Town

After breakfast, we will depart to the rescued Lion Park to learn all about the good work this organisation does in rescuing these beautiful big cats and to learn more about the Lion animal culture.

During the afternoon we will visit an authentic South African market in Cape Town.

In the evening we will have a lot of fun during game night!

Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 10 -12: Wildlife Conservation

During the early morning of day 10, we will drive to the Wildlife Conservation centre in Oudtshoorn. Here we will assist the local team with looking after all of the beautiful animals they take care of and learn everything there is to know about Wildlife Conservation in South Africa over the next couple of days.

In the late afternoon of day 12, we will drive back to the accommodation in Cape Town where we will arrive in the early evening.

Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 13: Simons Town, Muizenberg, Penguin Walk and TABLE MOUNTAIN!!!
Cape Town

On this fully packed day, we will tour around like real tourists and visit some of South Africa’s most picturesque towns such as; Simon’s town and Muizenberg (colourful beach houses), for some great Instagram photo ops. This will be followed by the Penguin Walk and spot some of these amazing creatures.

After lunch, we will go to one of South Africa’s biggest attractions; a trip up the iconic Table Mountain!!!!!

Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 14: Soup Kitchen, Surf Lessons and Beach
Cape Town

On the last full day of this trip, we will give back to the local community by helping out at a local Soup Kitchen for the homeless during the morning.

During the afternoon we will go to the Big Bay Beach where we will learn how to ride the waves during the surf lessons and get some last-minute beach time.

We will end the day with a Goodbye dinner to enjoy our last night together in South Africa.

Meals: Breakfast/Dinner

Day 15: Departure day
Cape Town

Say your goodbyes to your camp buddies and the local team and exchange some contact details. You will be provided with a drop off at the airport in Cape Town from which you can head home or to your next travel destination.

Meals: Breakfast

* This schedule can be changed and/or amended depending on weather conditions, local conditions and unforeseen circumstances


1225 Euro

Ce qui est inclu:
L’itinéraire comme indiqué ci-dessus
Hébergement (chambre partagée)
Repas selon l’itinéraire
Transport selon l’itinéraire
Assistance dans le pays 24h/24 et 7j/7
Accompagnement avant le départ
Prise en charge à l’aéroport

Non inclus:
Des frais bancaires internationaux de 5% sont ajoutés.
Visa, vols, assurance voyage, vaccinations, vérification des antécédents judiciaires, tests Covid (si requis), transport vers votre projet et retour au logement tous les jours, aller-retour à l’aéroport.

Conditions requises pour rejoindre :
Les participants doivent avoir au moins 18 ans
Les participants de moins de 16 ans doivent être accompagnés d’un parent
Les participants âgés de 16 à 17 ans doivent avoir le consentement parental
Les participants sont tenus de fournir une vérification des antécédents criminels
Les participants sont tenus d’avoir une assurance voyage volontaire
Les participants pourraient avoir besoin de faire un test Covid avant le départ (nous vous en informerons)

Réservez votre place en 3 étapes :

1. Postuler : Remplissez le formulaire de candidature (cliquez ci-dessous) et nous vous informerons si vous êtes accepté dans les 24 heures.
2. Dépôt : Une fois accepté, vous payez votre dépôt (200 Euro) pour réserver votre place dans le programme.
3. Frais restants : Vous payez les frais restants de votre programme, moins l’acompte que vous avez déjà payé, six semaines avant la date de début de votre programme.

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Volontariat Afrique du Sud

Rejoignez nos projets de volontariat en Afrique du Sud, où nous avons ces projets disponibles :

Teaching Project
Kindergarten Project
Sports Coaching
Childcare Project
Cheetah Conservation