As an individual you can join an expedition as either a Terrestrial or Marine Volunteer or a combination of both.
As a 'Terrestrial Volunteer' you will be able to explore some of the region's most stunning landscapes whilst conducting important ecological surveys. Depending on the project you will be able to take part in bird, reptile, plant and amphibian surveys as well as helping local rangers to maintain the pathways and keep invasive plant species under control.
Not only will you get the chance to learn about tropical forest ecology through our Terrestrial Skills Development Programme but you will also learn about survival in the wild through our Field Skills training.
You can join a terrestrial expedition for anything from one week up to 6 months and we have a range of start dates available.
You can also click on the list of terrestrial projects available below for specific information:
As a 'Marine Volunteer' you will be able to dive on beautiful coral reefs and help protect this vitally important but threatened ecosystem.
Our marine projects are open to to anyone and you do not have to have a background in diving as all instruction is given on site by our qualified staff.
You will get to learn all about the importance of reefs and the threats they are facing as well as how to identify key species of fish, corals and invertebrates through the Marine Skills Development Programme.
You can join a marine expedition for anything from 2 weeks up to 6 months and we have a range of start dates available.
You can also click on the list of marine projects available below for specific information: