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Limbe Wildlife Center hosts more than 4,500 visitors each year. Visitors can take guided or self-guided tours and buy souvenirs in the Center’s Gift Shop. There’s also a restaurant nearby.

Limbe Wildlife Center is open seven days a week, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

As of publication time, the entrance fee is 500 CFA for nationals (about $1) and 3,000 CFA for all others (about $5). But check here for updated fees and news.

VOLUNTEER AT
LIMBE WILDLIFE CENTER

Limbe, Cameroon
Limbe Wildlife Center is a recovery and rehabilitation center for local wildlife in a coastal resort town. The Center cares for 16 gorillas, 50 chimpanzees, 54 drills, plus mandrills, baboons, mangabeys, guenons and even a few antelope and reptiles.

Long hours, repetitive work and challenging living conditions are the norm for volunteers. Located in a converted zoo, Limbe Wildlife Center emphasizes conservation, education, and the ongoing development of the facility.

Limbe is looking for volunteers even if they don’t have degrees or experience in animal husbandry. Construction, electrical and automotive skills are all needed. So are administrative, management, fundraising and public relations skills. And if you’ve done conservation or development work in Africa, it will be a plus.

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

Number of Volunteers
10/Year
Typical Length of Stay
2 Weeks-1 Year
Minimum Stay
2 Weeks
Preferred Stay
3 Months
Minimum Age

Education/Experience
3-5 Years Experience
in Ecology
Cost
750 Euros/Month
Language
English
Accommodations
Near Sanctuary
Meals
Near Sanctuary
Volunteer Contact
info@limbewildlife.org
Website
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