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Galapagos Conservation Volunteers

2 to 12 Weeks from

£1465
18+
minimum age

  • Experience the unique endemic flora and fauna of the Galapagos
  • Help to conserve the giant Galapagos tortoise
  • Explore the marine life of the island during your free time
  • Get involved with the local community on Isabela island
Overview

Overview

Volunteer on a range of wildlife conservation and environmental projects on Isabela island, Galapagos. Join a dynamic team of volunteers and local staff while giving back to the community in the Galapagos islands.

Testimonial

Testimonial

During my stay, I had the opportunity to feed the tortoises at the breeding center, to see the birth of baby tortoises and even to measure them.  I also really enjoyed my free afternoons to visit the islands, to go on excursions around the island and to simply relax on the beach. Sandrine Brunet, Switzerland

About the Galapagos Islands

Awe-inspiring and magnificent, the islands are home to creatures that take you back to a prehistoric time and instill you with a sense of wonder for nature you may not have felt before. Read more about Galapagos here.

Highlights

Highlights

A chance to experience the stunning Galapagos islands, and observe the unique endemic flora and fauna of this biodiversity hotspot. Work to help conserve endangered species whilst experiencing the local culture.

Location

Location

The Galápagos Islands are one of the most renowned oceanic archipelagos in the world. Wildlife abounds above and below the sea surface here, and most of the plants, animals, and other forms of biodiversity are endemic, found nowhere else on the planet.

Free Time

Free Time

During your free time you can snorkel with penguins and sea lions, and enjoy living in a town filled with friendly locals and active volcanoes. There is much to learn and discover as a volunteer in Galapagos, where volunteers can explore the natural scenery of the islands and get immersed in the local community.

Galapagos Conservation Volunteers

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