Scuba dive in the crystal clear waters of the south Pacific. Live in paradise on a beach camp and carry out important marine conservation work.
Live on Frontier’s purpose built research beach camp in the south Pacific and get involved with the conservation of these beautiful, vital and yet most misunderstood animals of the sea.
The aim of this Fiji Reef Conservation Project is to better understand the marine resources of the island of Beqa and to provide teaching and training to local communities.
Dive in crystal blue water and discover the rich biodiversity of the South Pacific while assisting with the local management of marine protected areas.
In partnership with the WWF, we helped set up a protected marine research park in Tanzania. Since then we have developed marine projects in Fiji, Madagascar and many other countries.
On this project in the stunning setting of Beqa Island, Fiji, you will be snorkelling to locate and map the extensive coral reefs and study the various communities living on them.
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.
Too many countries to choose from? Why not join this incredible 30 week adventure in Africa, Asia, the Pacific and the Americas!
Volunteer on one of our Conservation & Environment placements and help to conserve some of the world’s most beautiful and fragile ecosystems.
This project is ideal for anyone with an interest in these misunderstood animals. Join the Fiji Shark Project, helping to determine the diversity and behaviour of these endangered species.