Marine Dimensions’ short term marine conservation volunteering trips have been developed as an option for students, graduates and wildlife enthusiasts who would like to experience working in the field of marine conservation and environmental education. Designed to run over a period of one or two weeks, the placements include a wide range of activities, […]
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Conservation Volunteers staff and volunteers join Park Rangers to conduct the turtle monitoring on Greenhill Island. Monitoring consists of nightly beach patrols of approximately three to four hours which involve walking stretches of the beach and recording data from nesting turtles. There is also a morning survey of the beach each day to record additional overnight nesting activity. The survey … Find out more
With the world's shark populations becoming increasingly under threat and as a volunteer on this project you will play a pivotal role in observing and protecting these majestic creatures. This is a very exciting program and not for the faint hearted! You'll be getting up close to Great White Sharks, volunteering on a shark cage diving vessel and working alongside marine biologists … Find out more
Officially created in 2001, the Volunteer Program, has been designed to increase understanding and awareness about conservation issues and initiatives, and to help create a conservation model for the Plettenberg Bay area. People from a wide variety of ages and backgrounds come from all over the world to learn while helping us further our work in sustaining marine and coastal resources. Our … Find out more
On this marine project in Mozambique, you will get the chance to swim with these fantastic animals, as well as getting the opportunity to work with other varieties of incredible marine wildlife. You'll be monitoring the sharks behaviour to contribute towards vital research which will help to improve the conservation of these animals in the future. You will have plenty of time to relax or get … Find out more
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