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While you are here you'll participate in up to 6 different conservation projects, and meet lots of amazing new people too. Accommodation is at our local partner hotel, where you'll have breakfast and an evening meal every day. It's also only 50 yards from the beach too.
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A hidden gem based in the midst of the Caribbean Sea is the tropical island of Carriacou. Named as the isle of reefs, here, you will have the opportunity to be involved in projects which support awareness of marine species and promote coral health.
You will join other like-minded individuals who share a passion for scuba diving and ocean conservation. A fun filled volunteer experience like no other whilst also contributing to the protection a preservation of coral reef flora and fauna.
Living in the setting of a laid-back tropical paradise, you will also have the chance to walk in tropical forests, go hiking and relax on white sand beaches. You will meet new people from all around the world with the opportunity to form lifelong friendships.
* Join us and help make a difference.
* Learn to dive or further your dive qualifications.
* We invite non diver and qualified divers alike. Everyone contributes no matter what level you are.
- Learn to SCUBA dive, or advance your diving qualifications.
- Invasive Lionfish : Learn to spearfish to remove this destructive invasive species that is destroying native coral reef ecosystems
- Marine Conservation Education: Discover how little changes you can do in everyday life can help protect our oceans and reefs
- Apex Predator Monitoring: Using BRUVS we can explore our marine environment to discover the species and prevalence of apex predators
- Biodiversity Identification Dives: Increase your knowledge and understanding of reef ecosystems and learn about coral reefs and marine animals through ID dives
To date, we've increased awareness of Lionfish as a sustainable food source into the local community. We increased the awareness of the importance of herbivore fish on the reef (like Parrot and Surgeonfish) which are now fished less. We have involved community members in the development of a new coral nursery, which is increasing the understanding of threats to our reef ecosystem.
Each project we are involved in has a direct impact on the local community as we provide data and information which allows the local community to make better-informed decisions regarding coastal zone and fisheries management.