PandaTrek

Experience the rarely seen wilderness, the magnificent landscapes and local culture, and the amazing volunteering opportunity with the cute national treasure, pandas!

Cat Sanctuary Director (Interim)

Cat Sanctuary Director (Interim)

Volunteer as an interim cat sanctuary director in Belize!

Through this program, you’ll act as the substitute director for the P.A.W. Cat Sanctuary while the current director is on leave.

This program lasts at least one month and includes:

  • Caring for the sanctuary’s cats and each of the catteries (click here to read more about the Cat Care program)
  • Volunteer... click to read more!

Cat Behavior Specialist

Cat Behavior Specialist

Volunteer as a Cat Behavior Specialist in Caye Caulker, Belize!

Our partner in Belize, P.A.W. Cat Sanctuary and Humane Society, invites you to spend time socializing with the sanctuary’s domestic cats, which are in need of care and support in addition to the feeding, cleaning, and general attention given by the organization’s Cat Care volunteers.

Volunteers are needed for this... click to read more!

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By: Anne

Volunteering as you travel is a wonderful way to see the world, learn more about different cultures and ways of life, and really make a difference to the lives of individuals in the countries that you visit. Volunteering abroad is an incredibly worthwhile thing to do, both in terms of the help and support you can provide to communities in need, and your own enrichment and development. However... read more!

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Think Twice

By: David Lee

On the evening of the 18th we had the option of either leftover hamster - which I personally did not venture to investigate any further - or fish, with a choice of fufu or rice, of which I had the latter. Throughout the following night and into the morning I, and later John, were afflicted with a most virulent, and thankfully short-lived, case of the runs...putting a distinct end to our plans... read more!