Belize is home to some of the most beautiful and unspoilt marine life in the world, yet this beauty and tranquillity is under threat. As a volunteer on this fascinating programme, you’ll have the opportunity to play your part in vital research survey dives in the waters off the stunning Belizean coastline! If you haven’t dived before, don’t worry as we’ll include a PADI Open Water Dive Course* for you to help you make the most of your time in Belize!
This 4 week programme is designed and run by marine science professionals, to give 8 students and graduates from all areas of Marine Sciences practical experience and insight into thier chosen career by working alongside a team of researchers and government authorities in Belize, home to the second largest reef system in the world.
This is real hands-on experience of conservation in Australia, and the team leaders know the areas like the back of their hands. They'll give you really great ideas of what to see and do in your time out.
On this worthwhile volunteer programme, you’ll help care for exotic animals such as leopards, tigers, bears, cougars and wolves! These animals have been abused, neglected or orphaned. The Wildlife Sanctuary is dependent on volunteers to support the centre.
Live life to the full on this exciting marine conservation project in the beautiful Yasawa region of Fiji, famous for its palm tree lined beaches, sparkling white sand and crystal clear water... well someone has to do it!
In Costa Rica, ecotourism is a growing and fundamental part of the country's economy. Many people in Costa Rica illegally keep wild animals as pets, such as parrots & reptiles. The main objective of the Animal Rescue Centre is to take care of wild animals that have been kept captive, making sure they recover in a safe environment, and eventually taking them back to their natural habitat.