About the project
This Bali based non-profit organization focuses on restoring damaged coral reef across Bali and Indonesia. Volunteers will be a part of local diver team whose responsibilities is to monitor and keep the coral reefs grow healthily. If you are not certified SCUBA DIVER, then you may take OPEN WATER SCUBA course on the first week of your program. After mastering SCUBA DIVING skill, you will be part of its coral restoration team, the front-liners of the grass-root community based coral restoration effort. Volunteers will spend most of the work time both under water and in the local community, with minor task of reporting/computer work. You will be expected to work in restoration center in the morning and in the local community in the afternoon, or it could be reversed depends on the appointment and weather and sea condition. There is possibility no diving days especially if safety is the main concern.
Experiences of former volunteers
Marine Conservation Volunteer Abroad in Bali, My One-month Scuba Dive Voluntary Work Support for Coral Reef Restoration Program
“Take time to learn about the marine life that you will see. Pay attention to everything you see underwater, I have personally never seen anything more diverse” Emily, Marine Biology, University of Qu..