Wildlife conservation, community and environmental volunteer projects and internships worldwide

Herping for the Future Programme

One of the main aims of Indigo Expeditions is to promote the conservation of biodiversity in the Laguna del Tigre National Park, Guatemala. Our small group expeditions allow us to carry out wildlife surveying & monitoring, specialising in the ecology and behaviour of reptiles and amphibians. We have developed a unique research programme offering invaluable experience in tropical field biology to research assistants and students looking to gain experience in tropical fieldwork in Central America. Welcome to Herping for the Future we hope you will choose to explore with us! 2 weeks to 8 weeks placements available.

May 31st 2018

Volunteer to Build a Sustainable Rainwater Collection System in Guatemala

Travel to Guatemala with SOS in February of 2015 to the community of Las Arrugas to assist in building a sustainable water project that will impact the community for years to come. Since 2004 over 1,500 SOS volunteers have travelled to 11 different countries in Central and South America to build over 160 sustainable development projects. Our projects are planned in conjunction with local organizations in the countries we travel to, ensuring that we efficiently meet specific needs of a community. As a result, volunteers have assisted in building classrooms, bridges, solar panels, community gardens, libraries and more.

November 18th 2014