Volunteer on Fiji on your gap year and gain some valuable experience. You could teach English, work on marine conservation and diving or even work with animals.
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.
Inject much needed enthusiasm and creativity into the children’s lives and become more than just a sports coach as you work on this sun-drenched archipelago.
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.
On this great projects you will work closely with a local animal welfare charity and will be substantially involved in the day to day running of a large urban animal welfare centre.
This teaching program serves a dual purpose; it gives children in rural parts of the world the chance to speak English; and secondly it gives the volunteers an insight into education systems
Our Teaching placements are ideal for anyone wanting to make a positive contribution to communities across the developing world.
Dive in crystal blue water and discover the rich biodiversity of the South Pacific while assisting with the local management of marine protected areas.
On this project you’ll get experience helping poorer communities. Building a school, playground or help renovate hospitals or homes, you’ll transform the environment in which they live
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.
As one of our volunteer teachers in Fiji you will work in either a primary or secondary school and can expect to be given real responsibility from your first day.