Volunteer in Madagascar and experience one of the most unique biodiversity hotspots in the world. Set in the Indian Ocean and just off the coast of eastern Africa, the island’s remote location means that about 90% of the wildlife and plant life can only be seen on Madagascar. Lemurs are probably the country's most famous native animal but the islands are filled with unique species of birds, reptiles, marine life and more. Volunteers will have the opportunity to learn about ecological principles and collect data that will contribute to the Madagascar’s goal of increasing sustainability and ecotourism.
You're invited to join a conservation team that strives to protect the marine ecosystems of Madagascar, by going out on scuba and snorkeling surveys that will supply vital information to the government and to international conservation agencies. Madagascar has some of the best dive sites in the world, so come enjoy its crystal clear waters while protecting the environment!
Discover Madagascar, one of the world's most bio-diverse regions, while conducting research on its magnificent wildlife. As part of this project you will experience Madagascar's immense variety of exotic species as well as hike through the island's rugged and remote areas. Join this unique project, make lifelong friends, and return home with incredible memories.