Coral Cay Conservation is an award winning conservation NGO that has been running projects since 1986. Joining one of our expeditions will give you the chance to explore some of the most beautiful locations in the world whilst helping to preserve these threatened ecosystems. As a marine volunteer you will learn to Scuba dive and conduct marine surveys, or alternatively you can join as a terrestrial volunteer where you will get to trek through beautiful tropical forests and monitor a wealth of flora and fauna.
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"I never thought I would learn as much about the oceans, environment, conservation, diving, people and culture. The excitement of diving with the reward of surveying has made me passionate about the oceans. I will definitely be pursuing conservation further at university and in my career".
Kirsty Brown - Expedition Volunteer - Cambodia & The Philippines
Ways to Volunteer
There are a range of ways to volunteer on a Coral Cay Conservation expedition. You can choose anything from short term trips of 1 week or more to internships lasting up to 20 weeks. Whether you are looking to travel on your own or as part of a group, all of our projects, both Terrestrial and Marine, are open to anyone from 16 and up to join.
Choose from our range of expedition locations from the Caribbean to Asia. We have projects in:
Coral Cay has been working in Cambodia since 2009. Join this conservation project and contribute to the establishment of Cambodia's first well managed Marine Protected Area.
Coral Cay has been working in the Philippines since 2002. Join this conservation project and discover some of the best diving and incredible biodiversity that the Philippines has to offer.
An exciting marine and terrestrial project on the emerald island of Montserrat in the carribean. This project is in partnership with the RSPB.
Why Volunteer with Coral Cay Conservation
With the number of companies offering conservation expeditions it is important to know that you are going to the one that is right for you. Joining one of these trips can be a life changing experience and so it is essential that you do your research and know who you are going with. Watch the video below 'Why Volunteer with Coral Cay Conservation?' to see the work that you could be involved in.
"We have complete confidence in CCC as a highly professional organisation and would recommend the experience to any potential volunteer of any age, who wishes to spend time participating in a truly important environmental conservation activity. While developing new skills and discovering previously unknown personal attributes."
Chris & Joan Foster, a parents perspective.