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Lemur Rescue Center

The Lemur Rescue Center at Reniala Reserve welcomes scientists pursuing research, as well as volunteers who want to help with the rehabilitation of formerly captive ring-tailed lemurs.

The Lemur Rescue Center Volunteer Experience

Cost: 35 Euros per day per person

Included in cost: Accommodation, meals, and laundry. To maximize the experience, volunteers must live at the Renaila Reserve.

Not included in cost: Flights from your departure point to the location, alcoholic beverages, bottled water, or other personal items.

Type of accommodation: Accommodation is at the Reniala Reserve. Electricity is limited to 2-3 hours per day.

Experience with volunteers: Has been hosting volunteers since 2003

Sign up to volunteer: If you are interested in volunteering with the Reniala Reserve and the Reniala NGO, please visit their website here.

Volunteer Roles

The Reniala Reserve in Madagascar welcomes scientists and volunteers who wish to pursue research or assist the reserve by volunteering in a specific area. Offering volunteer opportunities since 2003, they have established accommodation and have worked with several researchers to provide access to facilities and study sites.

The Reniala Reserve can also accommodate volunteers to work at the Lemur Rescue Center which rehabilitates formerly captive lemurs!

Read our Member of the Month blog post with Reniala Reserve and the Lemur Rescue Center.

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