Do you love to dive? Imagine yourself being able to collect karma points while diving - yes, it is possible! In addition you will be on a paradise Island where you can relax under the palm trees, sunbathe on white sandy beaches, explore an unbelievable wildlife and nature, eat mangos and bananas directly from the trees and last but not least get a unique diving experience at the same time you work on a marine conservation project. Sounds pretty awesome?
In this marine conservation project in the Seychelles, you will participate in a marine species research that contributes data that is used by other organizations. For example, the Seychelles government relies on this data to show an accurate picture of the overall health of the local coral reefs when setting and creating new management policies. While working on this project you will have diverse tasks but among them is to take part in:
Most of the surveys are conducted underwater and as a volunteer you will spend the majority of your time scuba diving having around 1 or 2 dives/snorkels each day, 5 days a week. To take part you need to have the PADI Open Water, or equivalent, certificate and have high level of competency in English.
Besides diving, you are also going to be involved in additional projects and activities where you will:
Note: flights are not included in the price and the minimum age is 18 years.
The Seychelles offers amazing opportunities for travel, take a few days more, travel with your new friends and visit some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.