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Carriacou Volunteer in Carriacou

"The Turquoise and Cobalt blue colours of the Caribbean sea is incredibly beautiful, I was always looking forward to getting in the water when I was there. It made me feel so refreshed. There are various dive sites you can visit, each has its own unique qualities. Reef walls/ volcanic bubble gardens and a wreck with sightings of exotic fishes and wonderful marine life."

Samantha Wilson

One of the smallest gems in the Caribbean, Carriacou boasts relatively untouched beauty and makes up a part of the three islands of Grenada.  Its friendly serenity charms all those who touchdown on its shores and its blissful sand beaches and tropical forest conceal deep waters, colourful coral reefs and a lively culture.

For those interested to volunteer in Carriacou, you will discover the ‘Land of the Reefs’ – as the island extends into clear, shallow waters alive with numerous underwater natural treasures.  Volunteers can also take part in coral reef restoration whilst getting Eco Divemaster certified.  Carriacou is also reputed to be the friendliest, healthiest and safest island in the Caribbean.

Our Projects in Carriacou

  • Caribbean Reef Buddy Diving Project, Carriacou, West Indies

    • Duration 1 Week+
    • Prices from £615

    Become a Caribbean Reef Buddy volunteer and join us on the beautiful island of Carriacou near Grenada. Try some Caribbean diving, learn to dive in the warm, crystal clear waters of the Caribbean and play an active part in our exciting marine conservation projects.  Also an opportunity to kick-start your diving career with our Eco Divemaster programme!

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Geography and Climate

The island has the perfect mix of forested hilly inlands and soft, sandy coastlines. The climate is tropical with warm and humid weather and considerable rain.

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History and Culture

Having been inhabited by South American groups, Europeans and Africans, this small island boasts a vibrant culture and various unique experiences.

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Wildlife and Biodiversity

The Grenadines islands have a range of beautiful wildlife that colour the dense forests, the sandy beaches and the deep waters.  Volunteers joining our Reef Buddy programme in Carriacou can explore the underwater world whilst getting dive certified.

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