Native Forest Volunteer Project, New Zealand
Volunteer to work to preserve the native forest and birds on the Kauri Coast, New Zealand and get to explore an undiscovered forest while learning about conservation and wilderness skills. Join this project and help preserve the native forest and birds in a Nature Sanctuary located in an unexplored forest on the beautiful Kauri Coast, New Zealand. Background This Nature Sanctuary is a privately owned native forest that is managed in cooperation with the New Zealand’s Department of Conservation (DOC) and the local regional council.
Fiji Marine Conservation
Join our volunteer marine survey team in Fiji and you’ll soon find yourself living on a stunning South Pacific island being taught how to dive in the crystal blue Pacific Ocean. Spend your days diving on exquisite coral reefs collecting vital survey data with our Marine Biologists and help create a Seascape multi-use reserve in partnership with the Wildlife Conservation Society and the Coral Reef Alliance.
- Program ID: #2453
- Location: South Pacific Savu SavuFiji18° 6' 14.7132" S, 178° 18' 29.178" EFJ
Fiji Scuba PADI Open Water & Ridge-Reef Island Discovery.
What is the minimum stay? 2 weeks Where exactly is it? Taveuni, Fiji! What exactly will I be doing? PADI Open Water Certificate for five days.
- Program ID: #2312
- Location: Taveuni, Fiji SuvaFiji16° 42' 54.4464" S, 179° 52' 44.94" WFJ
Dharamsala Community Development Project, India
Volunteers are needed to work on grassroots community development projects in Dharamsala, Northern India, home of the Tibetan Refugee community and his holiness the Dalai Lama. Volunteer projects include education, primary care, women's empowerment, health education and more. Volunteers can work on one or more of a range of community service projects in Dharamsala, including:
Recovery of the Great Barrier Reef
On Orpheus Island, part of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, coral diseases threaten reef ecosystems. Join us in these pristine waters down under to conduct underwater surveys, tag and photograph diseased areas, and monitored and assess coral conditions. In the aquarium, you will conduct experiments on how changes in light, temperature, pH, and nutrients impact diseased corals.
- Program ID: #1725
- Location: Orpheus Island BrisbaneAustralia18° 36' 57.8448" S, 146° 29' 49.92" EAU