Conservation minded Volunteer Project! I had amazing courses and dives with those guys! Especially Dan is very passionate and knowledgeable about the Marine life! Thank you very much and I will come back as soon as i can!
Exceptional team, protecting nature, taking care of all the divers, giving a lot of information on environment and fauna and, first of all, in security... We will come back next year !! Thanks a lot for this exceptional moments, a real dream. thank you so much for this trip in March 2017...it really was like a dream with zebra sharks, reef sharks, sea snakes, turtles... a super team to guide us, a real pleasure!!! thank you so much, and, please, keep a place for our diving club, next year in March 2018 kind regards, Sabine Vanhaelen
Yes a complete CMAS1*Star Course including certification card and logbook is included in the Price.
Yes Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques (CMAS) is an international federation that represents underwater activities in underwater sport and underwater sciences, and oversees an international system of recreational snorkel and scuba diver training and recognition. It is also known by its English name, the World Underwater Federation, and its Spanish name, Confederacion Mundial De Actividades Subacuaticas. Its foundation in Monaco during January 1959 makes it one of the world’s oldest underwater diving organizations.
Yes you’ll receive an official record on how long and what courses you have completed.
Yes accommodation is included.
Food is included only on the boat.
While a Diving insurance is provided. You’re required to obtain appropriate travel and medical insurance that will cover you for the entire duration of your project and travels abroad. Your travel insurance policy must include emergency medical including repatriation, personal accident, personal liability and loss of baggage.
Bring some old and some new clothes due to the work you might get a little dirty!
Marine Conservation Diving Ao Nang Join our team as a Volunteer to do your Part and safe the Oceans! Another huge abandoned fishing net has been removed by our Volunteers Marine Conservation Diving Ao Nang. It took us 30min with 5 divers to remove the Net of the reef which was around 50m long by […]
A hawksbill turtle rescue. She was caught inside a ghost net fortunately floating on the surface so the turtle was able to breath. Unfortunately she lost a flipper and had starved.
We’ve found an illegally set Fishing cage We’ve found a this cage right on our reefs inside the Marine National Park. So we freed the Fish and removed it! Fishing as well as Fish cages are not allowed inside the Marine National Park! We hope we’ll still find some fish after the Pandemic is over….. […]
Underwater cleanup of an abandoned fishing net from a reef called Wanglong Wall at Phi Phi Islands Marine National Park