More than ever, Caribbean coral reefs need your help! Caribbean Reef Buddy is going to resume their volunteer program once the international travel ban has been lifted. Projects which urgently require volunteers are Coral Reef Restoration and the Invasive Lionfish Containment Program, although all projects will be available to participate in. Caribbean Reef Buddy understands that volunteers may only have a limited choice on which dates they can travel, so they will be running their project weeks and training on a flexible basis until the end of the year.
Caribbean Buddy Reef’s volunteer programs are designed to get you actively involved in their ongoing marine conservation projects. Whether you are looking to work in marine ecology and conservation as part of your course work, or you simply want to spend your summer learning close to the ocean, they offer you a warm welcome.
Travel to the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea to work on critical marine conservation projects around the beautiful island of the Carriacou.
You will contribute towards various conservation-related surveys aimed at providing data to the local government on coral reef research, fish, and invertebrate surveys, assist with the development of an environmental education and awareness program, monitor sharks, assess diver impacts, as well as marine plastic pollution clean-ups and surveys.