Fiji Marine Conservation with Real Gap

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Fast Facts
A project offered by:
Real Gap
Based in:Yasawa Islands, Fiji
Working with:Coral reefs
Reef associated wildlife
Manta Rays

Activities including:SCUBA diving and snorkelling
Coral reef surveys
Manta Ray research


Price*:from £1,019
Duration:from 1 week
*Please note that pricing may be subject to change (check with operator)

Live life to the full on this exciting marine conservation project in the beautiful Yasawa region of Fiji, famous for its palm tree lined beaches, sparkling white sand and crystal clear water!

Fiji’s incredible marine environment is sadly becoming increasingly under threat.  As a volunteer you’ll play a huge role in protecting this environment by helping to collect vital data, observing tropical fish species and conserving the stunning coral reefs.  You’ll even be taking the plunge and going scuba diving to get a closer look at the underwater world where you’ll be taking photos of fish species for identification.

Your contribution really will have an impact for years to come as you’ll most importantly be helping to preserve this stunning environment for future generations to enjoy, all whilst having the time of your life on this once in a lifetime trip.

Go to Real Gap’s website to find out more about this project.