The Fijian archipelago lies in the achingly blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. Frontier volunteers on the Fiji Marine Conservation project are creating ground-breaking baseline conservation data for use in the ongoing protection and study of this unique marine environment.
Living in a fun and vibrant volunteer camp, literally minutes’ walk from the reefs on which they work, you will earn your PADI dive qualifications (unless you already have them!) and receive training in professional conservation surveying techniques. You’ll then take part in daily (weather permitting) dives on these exclusive and protected reefs to catalog marine species in the area and the reef environment itself.
Frontier Fiji Marine volunteers have recently seen and recorded a huge array of marine life, from clownfish, triggerfish and blue tangs to dolphins, whales and manta rays.
To get more information on the Fiji Marine Conservation and Diving placement, and to apply, visit our website and use the orange “Apply Now” button. A volunteer adviser will then call you back to answer any questions.
You can also see what’s happening right now our Fiji Marine Conservation project news.
- Help to preserve Fiji's marine and coastal biodiversity
- PADI scuba diving courses and qualifications available
- Make lifelong friends and return with incredible stories, photos and memories
- Dive at some of the best dive sites in the world and study their health
- Extend your experience in tropical marine and coastal conservation field work