Volunteer vacation.

Brown bears in Romania

At the foot of the Carpathian Mountains in Romania, there’s much more to do for tourists than climbing, hiking, and vampire hunting.

Animal-loving travellers can spend two weeks to two months volunteering in the recently opened Liberty Sanctuary, home to 55 European brown bears rescued from captivity in restaurants, hotels, factories, or circuses.

Volunteers will help the sanctuary’s staff to feed and monitor the bears, to maintain fences and facilities, to give tours for visitors or to help out in the bear hospital. And besides helping the bears, the volunteers also support the local tourism economy. (Source: Reuters)


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