Shark Conservation

Volunteer with Sharks

Just the word ‘shark’ is sometimes enough to make someone’s heart race, but these are some of the most beautiful and misunderstand creatures in the marine world. Shark populations are declining and volunteers are needed more than ever to participate in shark conservation research. Volunteer with sharks and cage-dive in some of the most pristine waters in the world whilst learning about these divine creatures.

Shark conservation requires extensive research including monitoring and observing the na-tive populations. This data is then gathered and analysed so that the documents created from it can serve to educate the local and wider communities. This work is usually carried out by volunteers. Other tasks that are sometimes the responsibilities of the volunteers in-clude taking tourists out on shark-spotting boat trips and general boat maintenance. Ac-commodation is usually basic but clean and best of all, provided. Weekends are usually free and volunteers are encouraged to explore the local area at their free will.

If you have an interest in shark conservation then have a look through our product listings. You could be volunteering with sharks on your gap year quicker than you ever thought pos-sible.

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