These programs are perfect for groups with a particular love of the ocean – you’ll delve deep into scientific enquiry, fieldwork and environmental conservation. Experience the incredible world hiding just under the surface, learn about climate change and give back through service projects contributing to the health and wellbeing of the ocean and its inhabitants.
Fiji – Marine and Environmental Field Studies:
Take a deeper look into Fiji’s marine ecosystem and the impact climate change has on this fragile habitat. Learn about the various strategies in place to protect, conserve, and restore Fiji’s marine environment. Learn to identify tropical fish and coral species. When not working in the water, relax and enjoy island life and get to know Fijian culture by visiting nearby villages.
Australia – Rustic Island:
Journey to “Rustic Island” – an idyllic coral cay 70 km offshore in the Southern Great Barrier Reef. We are the first and only tour provider to run camps here! Get dropped on the island for a 5-10 day program combining marine biology, personal development, outdoor education, wilderness first aid and/or survival skills.
Dominican Republic – Marine Life and Coastal Restoration:
Explore the crystal clear waters of Bayahibe Bay working alongside marine biologists to rebuild the coral reef habitat that’s home to marine species, including manatees, dolphins, and sea turtles. Learn biological techniques to monitor sea animals in the wild. Get muddy as you work to rebuild the mangrove swamps of Los Haitises National Park. Contribute to anti-pollution projects with local ecological organisations.