Under 18’s Alternative Spring Break Marine Conservation in Mexico SEEtheWILD Wildlife Conservation Travel
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Under 18’s Alternative Spring Break Marine Conservation in Mexico

Under 18’s Alternative Spring Break Marine Conservation in Mexico

Under 18’s Alternative Spring Break Marine Conservation in Mexico

Trip Details:

Operator:   GVI - Global Vision International
Price From:  $ 2350 USD
Program duration:  1 week

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About this program

Do something exciting and unique this spring break with GVI’s Under 18 program. Get your PADI Open Water Certification, learn about marine conservation, see Mayan ruins, relax on the beach and indulge in the delicious Mexican cuisine!

GVI’s Under-18 programs are crafted to give teens an in-depth experience along with adventure and the chance to acquire new skills. Parents and guardians can rest assured that teens will have a high level of supervision from qualified staff, while teens dive into new experiences, make new friends and make a difference!

Itinerary

Project Life

You will be met by GVI staff at the Cancun airport where you will be introduced to the rest of the group! On the first day you will be introduced to the projects that are running in Mexico, start learning about conservation issues affecting the area, and go through a general culture class where you will learn some basic Spanish language and a bit about Mexico’s history and current culture. Straight away you will start your PADI Open Water diving course. Before heading for the ocean you will practice some basic techniques and get used to the equipment with some confined water training. Included in the course will be most of the specialized gear that you will need, training materials, and ultimately the exams and certification that will allow you to continue diving after your spring break week. Of course, you will be working with true experts in their field sharing not just their passion for marine conservation but also their top diving techniques. Putting your newly acquired skills to the test is incredibly rewarding. You will quickly be out in the tranquil waters of the Caribbean where you will learn practical conservation skills and take in the beauty of life below the water.

Country Fast Facts

Mexico

Flag  Flag_of_Mexico.svg
Continent: North America
Official Language(s) No official. National language is Spanish
Capital: Mexico City
Population 119,530,753 (2015 estimate)
Climate(s) Tropical Wet/Dry, Semi-arid, Arid Desert, Temperate, Humid Subtropical, Mediterranean
Major Airport(s): Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX), Cancun International Airport (CUN), Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport (GDL), General Mariano Escobedo International Airport (MTY)
Economic Driver(s): Agriculture, Industry, Oil, Energy, Manufacturing,Tourism
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