As a Caribbean Reef Buddy volunteer you will develop your skills both in and out of the water and gain invaluable, ‘real life’ experience of working within the field of marine conservation. Participants join us for a minimum 2-week foundation course which can cover formal dive training and preparation for working on the coral reefs. Alternatively, become a dive pro by signing up for our Eco-Divemaster programme.
I’ve loved it so much here that what started as an 8 week trip has turned into an 18 week trip. Yesterday, I completed the program I came for and am now staying on as an intern to continue learning more about the dive industry and to keep working with this amazing team. They have instilled in me the same passion that they have for the underwater world, and they are also fantastic dive instructors.
Shanna Clark – 8 week Eco Divemaster programme
Who are we, what we do and why we do it. Watch this short video to learn more about Caribbean diving with Reef Buddy and why the beautiful island of Carriacou is so close to our hearts.
Caribbean diving is some of the best in the world. So what better place to learn to dive than in the warm, crystal clear waters of the Caribbean? You will also play a full and active part in our exciting marine conservation projects. New to diving or an experienced diver, we have something to suit everyone, ranging from a wide variety of conservation projects to training to become a dive professional.
Carriacou is the sister isle of Grenada. Just 13 square miles in size, Carriacou is surrounded by beautiful beaches of white, golden and volcanic black sands. Coral reefs surround the island, providing a base for our beautiful sandy beaches. It is also close to the famous Tobago Cays, which provided the setting for the film Pirates of The Caribbean.
There are many options available in your free time including guided tours of the island, ‘Castaway’ remote Island trips and island bbq, Kite surfing with our friends Pato and julie, spend the afternoon at beaches like Anse La Roche, Paradise Beach and Petite Carenage, visit to ‘Happy island’, an island containing nothing but a bar!