Our Diving & Marine Conservation Project in Thailand takes place along the beautiful Andaman Sea coast near Ao Nang. It is perfect for anyone interested in marine biology, environmental issues, preserving our eco-systems and protecting the planet.
The first thing that you will do on this project is learn how to scuba dive. We will train you up to the level of Advanced Open Water Diver, allowing you to dive to depths of 30m and participate fully in the underwater conservation work.
The main aim of this project is to protect and rehabilitate Thailand's coral reefs, marine eco-systems and tropical forests, whilst helping keep the indigenous fish, animals and birds that live there from becoming endangered.
Work on this project involves researching and protecting the coral reefs, tropical forests and coastal areas. As a volunteer your role will include conducting reef check surveys, collecting debris from the ocean floor, beach clean-ups, collecting ocean conservancy data, community education and reforestation work.