I've been taught so many things in there. Not only about the way to treat animals or how to survive in the bush but also on my personalit
The staff does such a great job. I'm not only talking about the cook who have cooked so well I went back home with more weight than I left but also about the volunteer coordinato
This is an experience
Thanks a lot to Michele and Ian for letting me be part of this life changing experience
Inside of nowhere! Each time you go out you do a little safari
At daktari you see monkey,war
I spend two weeks there and I learnt that having animals means take care of them every day : feed them but also clean their poo.
The work with animal is really important for the children I think,they
But the children also enable you to learn a lot about the reality of the world and the moments spend with them are priceless!
And it's so great to see their progressio
I'm sure this teaching has an important impact on the society around daktari and it's for that this is so a wonderful associatio
Moreover spend time with volunteer from all over the world is an amazing experience
A man told me that "the volunteer grow up at daktari more than the children" and I think he was right.
When you come back home all your word have been changed by this wonderful two weeks
I also want to thank
the staff for their patience explaining
The ladies in the kitchen who had always a smile on their faces.
Pretty with his happiness and kindness makes you feel at home every time.
Will and Rahaba who help a lot at daktari and have always a nice word for you.
And the long term volunteer who are behind a lot of projects !
Michele and Ian you really have had a marvellous
The people like you make me believe in a better world where everybody can improve !
Thank you so much !
I will never forget this trip !
Every one who can speak english,li
I wasn’t sure about anything before going there because of the difference
This camp in the middle of the bush is an incredible
I really appreciate
I was impressed by the constant smiles of everyone, the atmosphere
Working with the kids was absolutely
The lessons are really well made, I personally
I had such a great time at the Oaks Village, sharing those moments with the kids who I didn't even know was incredible
And the animals...
Although it wasn’t possible to enter every animal’s cage, watching them was totally insane!
I sincerely apologize to Molly the pig for building a horrible shelter, I hope she will have a better one.
I wanted to thank everybody for this unique experience
I want to thank the cooks, Aba, Lucky, Sam, Thato and the persons from the staff, all of you guys added something to my stay and I’m really grateful for this.
Thank you Ian and Michelle for having me and helping me spending an amazing time in Daktari.
Thank you Erica for making the organizati
Thank you Will, my mate, for teaching me some many things about your country and culture, “good people”, “board meeting” and “bah oui!” will stay forever!
Thank you Pretty for helping me motivate the kids during the lessons, it would have been really hard without you. By the way, I still hear the hyena scream in my head. :)
Thanks Amelia and Jason, my English mates, for making some efforts when you were speaking to me, especially
God… I miss Daktari.
You can be sure Raphiki will come back!
I would like to go back to help this great organisati
A few days ago we welcomed two new baby mongooses: Eddie and Crash, from Moholoholo Rehab Centre. They are both around two weeks old and the DAKTARI team is enjoying taking care of our two new babies!
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We recently said goodbye to one great volunteer who explained her DAKTARI experience with children and animals on our blog. Don't hesitate to have a look to learn what a typical volunteering at DAKTARI is like: https://goo.gl/Fg5TW4
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