Volunteering in Belize can be a great way to spend your gap year. Spend it working with animals, helping with reef conservation and on intrepid expeditions through the rainforests and jungles of this beautiful country.
Belize is at the centre of a biodiversity hotspot with pristine subtropical forests, exotic wildlife, ancient Mayan ruins and the second longest barrier reef in the clear Caribbean waters.
Our Teaching placements are ideal for anyone wanting to make a positive contribution to communities across the developing world.
Join an award-winning project and become part of an active research team. Gain PADI qualifications whilst living on your own private island in the Caribbean.
Dive in some of the most pristine and renowned marine sites in the world, helping further the research and protection of these pristine ecosystems in Belize.
Volunteer in Belize and use traditional and sustainable building methods to give a home to vulnerable and orphaned children.
Soak up the chilled out, Caribbean atmosphere of Belize whilst taking part in a long term and sustainable marine research and conservation programme.
You will explore, chart and monitor extensive areas of coral and seagrass beds, record populations of fish and commercially important species and assist in annual reef health check.
Use your medical education and intern in Thailand, Belize, Ecuador or Ghana and develop your skills in a range of settings and encounter medical services in the developing world.
Volunteer on one of our Conservation & Environment placements and help to conserve some of the world’s most beautiful and fragile ecosystems.
Work with at-risk youth in San Ignacio, Belize to develop their film skills and produce films to be shared through online media throughout the country!