Learn a new language, get hands-on experience protecting endangered marine life, and take part in restoration initiatives....all while exploring the Galapagos or learning to surf in Ecuador's most beautiful coastal locations!
As an NGO Taxi volunteer, you will experience unparalleled insight into Ecuadorian culture through a life-changing volunteering experience, while partaking in exciting adventure tours and polishing your Spanish skills. Our programs are an amazing way to connect with nature while protecting some of the rarest species of flora and fauna on Earth.
Our oceans and marine wildlife need us now more than ever - join us!
- Many of our programs include intensive Spanish courses– a great way to boost your language skills.
- Most of our programs last a minimum of 4 weeks, giving you time to truly integrate into the community and develop your skills.
- We run programs year-round, starting on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month.
- Several of our ocean programs include FREE excursions and dive certification or surf courses!
- 24/7 in-country support
We at NGO Taxi seek to provide long-term, sustainable solutions to serious problems affecting our oceans today. Our projects focus on rehabilitating marine wildlife and habitats that have been affected by pollution, educating local residents about the effects of marine plastic pollution and how they can be a force of prevention, and providing isolated communities with access to necessities such as clean water, education, and therapy.
NGO Taxi Also Offers Spanish Courses!
We offer courses for everyone, from beginners to professionals.
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