Search here...
Africa Namibia Solo Travel Travel Themes Working Abroad

Harnas Wildlife Foundation – The End

Have you read – The Beginning and The Daily Routine of Harnas Wildlife Foundation?

If you choose to volunteer at Harnas Wildlife Foundation, you can be sure to meet lots of incredible people from around the world. I felt like I had my second family there, and I know I will meet many of those people again. In fact, I have already met with 4 people since I got back from from the farm.

I also fell in love. After just 4 weeks. However, distances are difficult, so it never turned out to be more than just a summer romance.


Goodie bags

It’s a tradition at Harnas that when you leave, you go to a city called Gobabis and buy your best friends a goodie bag. I bought my best friend 2 HUGE goodie bags with apples, candy and other food.

In that goodie bag I put a little letter for that guy who was still at Harnas and wrote him “I still want to marry you”.
He told me he kept it for some months, which made me happy. I hope he is happy now.

But yes. The end it tough. You meet so many great people from all over the world. I still miss it and I wish I could go back and continue my life there.

I love you all! xoxo
Let Harnas live forever!



I’m leaving on a jet plane – Don’t know when I’ll be back again

Marie is the founder of this blog, which has existed since 2012. Her entire life, she has had a passion for traveling and loves to explore and try out new adventures. Having visited 40+ countries so far, she keeps being in love with Africa and its incredible nature. She used to live in both Norway and Switzerland, but has moved her base back to Copenhagen, Denmark. Besides traveling, Marie loves reading books, writing and meeting new people.




    Leave a Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

    Pingback: Harnas Wildlife Foundation – The Beginning | Marie's Travels on October 3, 2013