At several National Parks in Japan you can volunteer in nature-based tourism and cultural tourism. It is part of your tasks to provide information to guests at the parks' visitor centres and on guided tours about nature and culture, and to support the team in various tasks related to management, operations, marketing, conservation and tourism development.
Les écovolontaires contribuent aux études de la biodiversité locale dans le but de faire préserver la nature sauvage dans une réserve naturelle privée près de la frontière avec l’Afrique du Sud. Vous participez au recensement des animaux sauvages, menez des études scientifiques d’impact et aidez à effacer les traces d’une ancienne exploitation humaine de la réserve.
Work alongside scientific researchers to document the Amazon ecosystem. Study local wildlife including endangered Blue-headed macaw, jaguars and monkeys. Conserve the Amazon rainforest by supporting sustainable community initiatives. Live in an award-winning ecolodge in the heart of the Peruvian rainforest.
Take part in a worthwhile conservation project and help protect this unique set of islands, famous for their biodiversity and beauty. Battle problems such as coastal erosion, the effects of pollution and the introduction of foreign species. Perfect for those who are passionate about the environment and with a love for the great outdoors!
Located on a remote Costa Rican beach, far from tourists and development, this turtle conservation project combines experiencing life on the Pacific coast with helping to protect an endangered species. Track nesting turtles, protect their eggs, release their babies safely back to sea and help to promote conservation in this rural area.