Amazon Conservation Project Peru

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About

With rolling valleys, mountainous plains, and vein-like creeks coursing throughout, Peru's Manu National Park is the perfect place for countless plants and animals to thrive. With an area the size of Connecticut, the park has managed to thrive against all odds, with visitors flocking from around the globe to learn about biodiversity and conservation – and what better place to do that, than in an area flourishing with life?

As a volunteer, you will assist the team at the Manu Learning Centre in carrying out their research on Peru’s native animals, perhaps even having the opportunity (if you’re lucky enough!) to make new discoveries along the way. Explore the rainforest, carry out ecological surveys and collect data to be used in scientific publications; spend time supporting the local community, empowering local people by helping them improve their livelihoods and living standards; and witness some of the world's most iconic species (such as sloths and jaguars) on this amazing project!

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Location

Location:
Peru
Currency:
Peruvian Sol
Weather:
Jan-Mar
70 F / 46 F
Apr-Jun
70 F / 38 F
Jul-Sep
72 F / 38 F
Oct-Dec
74 F / 47 F
Airports:
Jorge Chávez International Airport
( LIM )
Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport
( CUZ )
Rodríguez Ballón International Airport
( AQP )

Peru is treasured for its gastronomy, Incan history, and stunning Andes mountains. As you travel, you will notice the pride the Peruvians have for their heritage of having been not only the Incan empire but Spain's South American empire. Peru's eco-tourism is growing the quickest of any South American country. If you are looking to tap into a currently less-frequented travel destination, pick Peru.

About The Great Projects

Volunteering with The Great Projects means your travel really can help save endangered animals around the world! At The Great Projects we believe that there is a better way to holiday. With us you can volunteer with the world’s most incredible...