Bahamas Marine Conservation

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Bahamas Marine Conservation

Come and join our Volunteer Marine Conservation extend in The Bahamas and you can help us make UNESCO secured marine parks, support nearby groups and show preservation mindfulness in elementary schools. As a feature of the group you'll encounter life-changing jumping, make an entire group of companions and help guarantee that future eras will watch over the reef and its long haul survival!​

Research marine environments and protection techniques – You'll be prepared by experienced researchers in how to finish submerged marine studies and how to recognize the numerous types of creatures and coral you'll see including intrusive species. You'll additionally figure out how to screen marine developments and how to place rearing and encouraging grounds.

Figure out how to jump/enhance your aptitudes – To finish your undertaking work you will need to be an able jumper, so we will prepare you to PADI Advanced Open Water level, and after that include your Emergency First Response capability for good measure as well! Also with the measure of swooping you'll be doing, and the mixture of swoop destinations in the Bahamas you'll leave a skilled and experienced scuba jumper with some astounding memories for your time in the Caribbean!

Assist at the nearby school – Once a week you'll surface for a fresh lungful and head to one of two neighborhood grade schools. Here you'll utilize your insight into marine preservation to educate the youthful kids about the profitable marine life that encompasses their island and how to secure it later on.

Have a ton of fun – No plunging on Sunday mornings so Saturday nights are gathering night – typically including extravagant dress!! The gathering will either arrange an occasion or cook a huge dinner and there's dependably a lot of time to unwind, swim, sunbathe and get to know the local community

Highlights

Highlights
Live and work on a stunning Caribbean island
Become an experienced PADI qualified diver
Get high quality biology and research training from Gapforce marine scientists
Swim with sharks, rays & turtles!
Work with Bahamas National Trust on a vital long term project
Immerse yourself in the laid-back culture of the Caribbean

Qualifications

PADI Open Water
PADI Advanced Open Water
Emergency First Responder (EFR)

Volunteer Types

Marine conservation

What`s Included

Inclusions
-Accommodation
-Food
-Airport
-Pickup

Dive training provided
- PADI Open Water
- PADI Advanced Open Water
- PADI Emergency First Response

Program Locations

Staniard Creek, Bahamas

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Program Details

Provider:
GapForce
Location
  • Bahamas: Staniard Creek
Terms:
Throughout the year
Program Duration:
1-3 months
Languages:
English
Participants:
American, Asian, Australian, Canadian, European, Kiwi, South African, Worldwide
Cost:
From £890

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