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The area of Oceania is made up of 14 countries, and 11 overseas territories including Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea and more. Rich with history, scenery and wildlife, travelers can expect to find their own slice of paradise in the Pacific.
Whether it’s diving into warm waters, learning about marine conservation, or snorkelling around islands observing sea life, the region offers pristine waters, colorful reefs and a beautiful connection to culture for visitors to learn from.
What Is SEEtheWILD?
We’re a community that exists to promote wildlife conservation experiences as an alternative to traditional travel and as a vehicle to support endangered species at-risk habitat. We work with quality tour operators with long-standing operational records.
Join a marine conservation combination expedition in Fiji and Thailand and have the chance to explore two of the world’s most beautiful coastal regions. Work […]
Length of Trip: 8 weeks
Become a fully qualified PADI Divemaster in one of the most stunning regions of the world! Learn all about the local eco-system, gain your qualification […]
Length of Trip: 24 weeks
Dive in crystal blue water and discover the rich biodiversity of the South Pacific while assisting with the local management of marine protected areas. Contribute […]
Length of Trip: 12 weeks
Oceanic Society invites you to the other side of the world to experience ocean life in a way that few other places on Earth can […]
Length of Trip: 13 days