To book onto a Coral Cay Conservation expedition, please fill in the form below. Deposit payments can either be made by card, cheque or bank transfer. For further details, please contact us.
PADI dive training is included in the expedition price for anyone who is qualified to less than PADI Advanced Open Water level on our Marine Expeditions. Please confirm your PADI dive qualification when selecting your expedition (see below for our PADI dive comparison table).
The minimum age requirement to volunteer on any Coral Cay expedition is 18. However, please note that minors between the age of 16-18 may be eligible to book onto a summer group programme. Parents are advised to read our consent form before booking a summer expedition with us.
This simple enrolment process is split into 2 stages:
Stage 1: Submit personal details and pay a deposit of £275 by card/phone/bank transfer (you will receive an email with payment details shortly after booking).
Stage 2: Additional extras, medical forms and balance of payment due 8 weeks prior to project start date (the password for the secure login area will be sent to you post stage 1).
Before confirming your booking you will need to read, understand and agree to abide by CCC's Terms & Conditions.
Christmas Opening Hours:
Please be advised that the office will close for the Christmas period from 17:00 on 19th December 2014 until 9:00 am on 2nd January 2015. We process all booking forms manually so please do not be alarmed when you do not receive a confirmation of receipt over the Christmas period. We shall process your booking as soon as possible on our return.
We wish you all a very merry Christmas and a happy new year!
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N.B. The expedition price includes basic food & accommodation and all essential expedition costs including all required training and staff support. Price excludes flights, visas and travel insurance.
Coral Cay hold pre-departure meetings to prepare you for your expedition experience. We highly recommend attending one whenever possible as they give you chance to meet other volunteers on your expedition, get a full briefing from the CCC staff and get your questions answered face to face. Please see the Events page for further details.
Please ensure that you have all the equipment necessary for your expedition. It is not possible to borrow or rent equipment on any of our sites (unless otherwise specified). Volunteers can find a list of required equipment in their relevant CCC Expedition Guide.
Flights & Travel Details:
Please ensure you book your own flights and travel insurance and make your way to the in-country rendezvous point at the date and time specified in your Project Summary. CCC will arrange travel from the rendezvous point to the expedition site. See your Project Summary for more information or contact CCC if you have any questions.
Your flight will be the biggest environmental impact of the expedition. CCC has teamed up with Rainforest Concern to try and help repair your flight's contribution to global warming. You now have the option to reduce your emissions by the same amount as the flight creates, making your flights 'climate neutral'. The Rainforest Concern Forest Credits system gives instant calculations allowing you to see the cost and emissions in real time. More importantly the money raised goes directly to help Rainforest Concern projects.
Rainforest Concern is a Registered Charity in the UK, established to protect threatened natural habitats and the biodiversity they contain, together with the indigenous people who still depend on them for survival. Should you wish to offset your carbon footprint, please click on this link.