Shark Conservation in Fiji

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Shark Conservation in Fiji

from £2,120
Duration: from 2 weeks
Countries: Fiji
This Shark Conservation project is the chance of a lifetime for volunteers to work on a pioneering research project alongside respected scientists and shark research experts.

Shark Conservation in Fiji

The primary aim of the Shark Conservation Project is to protect and conserve the eight species of sharks that inhabit the area, as well as the many other species present in the waters of Fiji. The research we carry out helps to ensure that scientists and marine protection lobbyists are provided with regular and consistent scientific data about the life history, reproductive information, movement and biology of the sharks found in Fijian waters. This information is vital for devising successful conservation and management strategies.

As part of your initial training, volunteers will also be trained as a PADI Open Water Diver - as a certified scuba diver you will then be able to fully participate in the underwater surveys and conservation dives. If you are already a certified diver, we can provide you with your PADI Advanced Open Water Diver training. All volunteers will also gain their Project Aware Shark Conservation Diver speciality.

Volunteers will observe and assist on a range of tasks, including:

- Shark and indicator fish surveys
- Setting underwater camera traps and retrieving data
- Shark and marine ecology lectures
- Mangrove reforestation work
- Community education and awareness projects
- Recycling and climate change projects

We also have Diving & Marine Conservation projects running in Belize, Cambodia and Thailand!


How to apply?

Send us an email enquiry or visit our website - we have a friendly team ready to answer your questions!

When you're ready to apply please complete an application form on the Projects Abroad website.

A deposit of £195 is required with your application. We will immediately acknowledge receipt of your application and deposit payment.

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Price details:

from £2,120


From two weeks

Overseas staff

Projects Abroad directly employ staff in all destinations. They will meet you on arrival at the airport and drop you off at the end of your placement. They will give you a full induction and safety briefing and are on-hand 24-hours a day.

What's Included?

- Food
- Accommodation
- Airport transfers
- Travel and medical insurance
- 24-hour staff support and back-up
- Diving gear and PADI Open Water Diver course

Do you accept non-UK citizens?


About Projects Abroad

Projects Abroad is a leading global organiser of overseas voluntary work placements. Founded in 1992, we have now sent nearly 100,000 volunteers to projects all over the world!

Our projects run year-round and we offer a high level of flexibility and choice. With nearly 700 members of staff worldwide, volunteers will benefit from the support and back up that Projects Abroad provide both before you leave and whilst you are overseas.

Whether you are on a gap year, a student, a career-breaker or a retiree, we have a project to suit you in one of the 30 fantastic destinations in which we operate! We welcome volunteers of all nationalities and backgrounds on our projects and even have projects for families to get involved in!

Projects Abroad also welcome volunteers who have professional qualifications and experience - we offer projects specifically designed for you to put your skills to the best use!

With placements available in over 30 destinations across Africa, Asia, Latin America, the South Pacific and Europe, volunteers can enjoy adventurous foreign travel whilst make a positive contribution within a developing country!

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Shark Conservation in FIji

Shark Conservation in FIji

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Shark Conservation in Fiji

Learning to scuba dive
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Shark Conservation in Fiji

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