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Volunteer with Rescued Wildlife in the Bolivian Amazon Jungle Bolivia



Ambue Ari is one of our wildlife sanctuaries, located in the middle of the Amazon Rain Forest. There, we care for rescued wildlife that come from illegal trafficking, illegal pet trade and habitat loss. Our main and foremost goal is to provide the best care for the rescued wildlife, so to endure they are as stress-free as possible, we do not receive visits from tourists. Ambue Ari focuses on felines, small mammals and birds. All volunteers working with animals should assist in cleaning, preparing food, and providing enrichment, especially for animals that cannot leave their enclosures. It is hard work, but totally rewarding.

We need committed volunteers to support us in the care and rehabilitation of our rescued wildlife. Ambue Ari is home to various jaguars, pumas, ocelots and other felines, as well as small mammals and birds.


Comunidad Inti Wara Yassi (CIWY)

Guarayos, Santa Cruz

English and/or Spanish

Dates of program:
Year round

Duration of program:
2 weeks minimum

Age requirement:
Adults of both sexes 18+

15-night package: US$330, 30-night package: US$547. The fee includes accommodation in shared bedrooms with shared bathrooms and 3 meals per day.

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