Do you want to support conservation initiatives focused on the protection of sea turtles while volunteering abroad? IVHQ is the world’s most trusted and affordable organization for marine conservation volunteering, offering the largest range of safe and impactful volunteer projects in over 40 destinations around the world. Over 80,000 travelers have volunteered abroad with IVHQ over the past 10 years, making IVHQ the world’s most experienced volunteer organization with the best safety record. With program fees starting from only $180, IVHQ makes organizing a volunteer vacation easy and affordable.
Discover 3 popular volunteering programs with a focus on Sea Turtle Conservation with IVHQ below. You can find out more about these options on programs page.
- Living on the island of Nusa Penida, work alongside a local team to provide hands-on care for the turtles housed at the conservation center, as well as supporting beach clean-ups, waste management and environmental education programs.
- Support a Costa Rican biologist in conducting sea turtle studies and protection work, working both day and night shifts. Your tasks can include beach patrols, building hatcheries to protect eggs from predators, counting and tagging sea turtles, locating nesting females, collecting eggs, and beach clean-ups.
- Located in a rural area on the Pacific Coast of Guatemala, volunteers work with a government organization with the sole purpose of sea turtle protection and sustainable egg protection programs. The project is well suited to volunteers who are prepared to work hard and get dirty!
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