Volunteer in Madagascar
Volunteer in Madagascar

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Join volunteer in Madagascar with Volunteering Solutions which has 5 amazing conservation programs, lined up for you. Are you ready to explore the enchanting island?



Madagascar - Quick Facts

Start Dates : All Year Round

Duration : 2-12 Weeks

Program Location : Nosy Komba Island

Minimum Age : 18 years+

Certificate : Offered after Program completion


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Volunteer in Madagascar

Be a Volunteer in Madagascar with Volunteering Solutions and choose from a range of the most affordable volunteer programs including Teaching English, Marine Conservation, Sea Turtle Conservation, Community Development, Forest Conservation, etc. All the volunteering programs in Madagascar are located in Nosy Kombe and are perfectly meant for students, backpackers, gap year travelers, families, and groups.


  • 5 meaningful volunteering opportunities from 2 - 12 weeks
  • Variety of project options in conservation, community development and education
  • Projects located on the islands of Nosy Komba and Nosy Be
  • Stay with other likeminded volunteers in a camp-style accommodation
  • Opportunity to do Diving Courses while on the program

Best Volunteering Opportunities in Madagascar

Celina - Volunteer in Teaching Project in Madagascar
"I am doing good and I really enjoy being here in Madagascar.My experience so far is great!"

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Weekend Travel Options

Madagascar, undoubtedly, is an enchanting country and there's so much to do that you might just fall short of time. The volunteering project location is extremely beautiful in itself, and you can simply walk along the beaches or just go for a swim on the weekends. But in case you are enthusiastic enough to head out and explore, here are a few options that you can choose from!Walk around the avenue of Baobabs

Walk around the avenue of Baobabs - Needless to say, this is the place of which you have seen innumerable photographs - and it's also the most favorite place of the travelers. As its name suggests, the Avenue of the Baobabs is a stretch of giant baobab trees believed to be up to 800 years old, located near the Kirindy Mitea National Park, which sits along Madagascar's west coast. This natural wonder will surely take your breath away!

Explore Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve - Marked as a UNESCO Heritage Site for being home to impressive geological structures and a variety of endangered species, you'll get to spot the towering gray limestone pinnacles, which stand up to 328 feet tall and wonder how nature can be so creative! You'll also get to spot various species of Lemurs, reptiles, and birds.

Hike through the Isalo National ParkHike through the Isalo National Park - Described by many as one of the best National Parks of Madagascar, you can go for a hike in the Isalo National Park and cool yourself down at one of the many natural swimming pools! A tropical paradise, this would definitely be the adventurous world you are seeking to explore.


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