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This project is a collection of four main ventures that share the same goal- environmental conservation. These four initiatives include coral reef rehabilitation, mangrove tree rejuvenation, blue crab conservation, and education. This project involves direct involvement in conservation, from planting and repopulating ecosystems, to educating local school children about environmental science.


Location of the Project:  Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, Thailand
Project length:  Min. 1 week, with option to extend
Arrival Airport:  BKK (Suvarnabhumi International Airport)
Volunteer Work:  Mangrove planting, coral reef block construction, coral block planting, blue crab conservation, teaching
Age:  Minimum age of 18 (Volunteers aged 16 & 17 may apply with parental consent)
Number of Volunteers:  Up to 20 international volunteers

What's Included

Accommodations:  Volunteers will stay in a shared, one-room house in the seaside village. 2 persons per room for a standard room
Food:  3 meals per day are included
Airport Transfers:  Airport pickup upon arrival
Insurance:  Comprehensive travel health insurance with volunteer abroad coverage
Orientation:  All necessary training and introductions provided upon arrival
Support:  Local in-country team and 24hr emergency support

What's not Included

Flights, personal expenses, visa (if required)

Volunteers will be staying in an authentic, Thai seaside village. Prachuap Khiri Khan is situated away from the hustle and bustle of the more popular tourist areas, giving it a secluded and authentic, beach feel. With a white sprawling coastline enhanced by the towering, bright green limestone mountains, Prchuap Khiri Khan is the perfect place for volunteers to experience Thailand without being in the hustle and bustle of touristy areas.

As part of the marine conservation efforts, volunteers may be involved in  be working to rehabilitate coral reefs and mangrove tree populations as well as conserving blue crabs. Volunteers may also be afforded the opportunity to get involved in an education initiative, helping to teach local children about environmental friendliness. 

Some of your tasks may include:

  • Planting mangrove trees
  • Rehabilitating corals reefs (building blocks, “replanting” coral pieces in the seafloor) 
  • Collecting blue crab eggs and releasing newborns back into the wild
  • Teaching local children about environmental conservation
  • Beach cleaning
Program Schedule: This project always begins on Monday. Weekly schedules vary from season-to-season.

Please note that from October-December, there will be no coral reef rehabilitation volunteer work. Schedules may be subject to change at any given time.

Internet:  Wifi is available in public areas and the dining area.
Laundry:  There are no laundry facilities; clothes can be hand-washed if soap is purchased.
Accommodations:  Volunteers will stay in a shared, one-room house in a secluded seaside village. In standard rooms there are 2 persons per room. There are no laundry facilities; clothes may be hand-washed. Western style toilets and cold shower are available. Please pack your own bath towel.
Food:  3 Thai-style meals per day are included and are prepared at the accommodations facility. Vegetarian diets can be accommodated for.

Please take note of the project's minimum requirement:

  • Basic level of competency in English
For an additional fee, volunteers can receive diving certificates. Those with diving certificates may be able to check out and report back on coral rehabilitation in the deeper areas.

Travel Extras (Not Included):

Culture Week (highly recommended): This 7-day jam-packed week is a great opportunity to learn about Thailand and meet other international volunteers. It offers you tours around historical areas (Ayutthaya historical park), Thai language lessons, cooking lessons, taste-testing (Thai BBQ), school visits, sightseeing (Wat Phra Phutthabat Temple (Buddha's footprint)), and so much more! This week will ease you into your volunteering experience by providing you with an better understanding of the history, culture and customs. Please note that the schedule can change at any time based on the weather conditions


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