• Equatorial Guinea
8 to 16 weeks

Program Details

Age Min.
Small Group (1-15)
Travel Type
Budget Senior Travelers Solo Women


Price Details
This is an unpaid (volunteer) position. However, BBPP will provide housing (tents or a room and bed when at another BBPP facility), food and local transportation. You are expected to provide international transportation to and from Malabo, Equatorial Guinea (± $2000 for a round trip flight from US), medical and evacuation insurance, appropriate immunizations (yellow fever) and medications (anti-malarial medications). Non-US citizens will need to apply for a visa to enter Equatorial Guinea. We will try to obtain a letter of invitation through the local university in Malabo but cannot guarantee a visa. If you chose to apply for and accept the 5-month commitment, international travel expenses will be reimbursed.
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Equipment Meals Transportation Wifi
What's Not Included
Airfare Travel Insurance
Feb 03, 2020

About Program

The Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program (BBPP) is seeking volunteers to assist with data collection on primate ecology, nesting sea turtle ecology, conservation activities, ecotourism, and threats to local wildlife at our two research camps on the southern beaches of Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. BBPP will engage field assistants for a period of either 2 OR 5 months during the upcoming dry season, beginning in November and lasting through March. Volunteer commitments are flexible – applicants are encouraged to apply for either a 5 month full field season or a 2 month field season in either the beginning (November – December) or end (January – February) of the dry season on Bioko. Please visit our website to see additional requirements, travel information, and contact information for application materials.

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