Join a marine and coral reef conservation project on Koh Phangan island in Thailand’s Samui archipelago. A great opportunity for students looking to gain diving and scientific research experience in a stunning tropical setting and kickstart a career in marine conservation.
The project offers interns the opportunity to experience marine biology by immediate application in the field, while still incorporating the fundamental theory necessary to be an effective conservationist. Everyone at the station is unbelievably supportive and oriented towards making interns self-sufficient from the first day.
Juliana Renzi, USA
Click to watch an underwater video of a whale shark swimming in the Gulf of Thailand, taken by diving interns at the programme.
Gain practical experience required to pursue a career in marine and reef conservation. All projects include a 2-week dive and conservation skills training at the beginning of your stay, which will give you the skills needed to work in marine conservation in tropical environments.
This project is located in the lower Gulf of Thailand, on the stunning tropical island of Koh Phangan, fringed by coral reefs and juvenile mangroves. Part of the Samui archipelago, with easy access to Koh Samui, Koh Tao, and to the Ang Thong and Chumphon National Marine Parks.
There is plenty to do in your free time. You can relax and explore the islands, beaches and jungles of the Samui archipelago. You can also get involved with fun activities like wakeboarding, Muay Thai, cooking classes and so on.