Wildlife conservation, community and environmental volunteer projects and internships worldwide

Volunteer collecting bananas in cloud forest Ecuador
Volunteer collecting bananas in cloud forest Ecuador

Cloud Forest Travelling, Volunteering and Learning Programme, Ecuador

This is a Summer programme which is ideal for groups of volunteers who do not have much time to travel (one or two weeks) but still want to do something worthwhile. This project is only available for group bookings (minimum of 5 participants). The aim of this programme is to help to conserve a part of the Ecuadorian Cloud Forest by participating in tree planting, trail work, research activities, sustainable living and food production as well as community projects.

December 11th 2019

Volunteer sliding down waterfall in Ecuador
Volunteer sliding down waterfall in Ecuador

Cloud Forest 5-day Family Volunteer Experience, Ecuador

An authentic and worthwhile short-term experience for Families, this project is designed for families who may only have a limited time to travel in Ecuador and want to maximise their experience. Activities available are condensed into a 5-day package, however, if visitors want to extend or reduce their stay they are more than welcome to do so. Besides enjoying a family-friendly, peaceful atmosphere, visitors can taste our homemade food prepared with ingredients mostly from the farm, which families and volunteers help to grow and harvest.

December 11th 2019

Dense cloud forest in Ecuador
Dense cloud forest in Ecuador

Cloud Forest Conservation Project, Ecuador

The aim of this programme is to help to conserve a part of the Ecuadorian Cloud Forest by participating in tree planting, trail work, research activities, sustainable living and food production as well as community projects. Conservation and Sustainability Volunteers can join this programme all year round from 1 week up to 3 months in duration. We also offer weekly lectures, bi-weekly hikes, the opportunity for cultural exchange with the Ecuadorian staff, and friendships with other volunteers from around the world.

December 11th 2019