Sea Turtle Conservation in Greece

Sea Turtle Conservation in Greece

Price From: 1,990 USD


Operator: GVI - Global Vision International

Price From:  1,990 USD

Program duration: 14 days

Venture to Greece on a conservation program that is making strides in the conservation of Greece’s sea turtle populations. Live in a quiet fishing town with access to beautiful nature reserves and old-world history.




Project Life

Project Life The work is varied, with all volunteers rotating around the different roles: turtle patrol, camp duty, bamboo harvesting (used to protect the nests) and an environmental education program for the locals and tourists. The days are long, it is hot and you will have to walk long distances (at least 5km) during surveys. Your accommodation will be in tents right next to the beach, providing you with a breathtaking scenic view to wake up to each morning. The campsite will have a number of facilities, including a mini-market, a self-service restaurant and access to a telephone. In between your shifts, you will have plenty of time to soak up the sun on the sandy white beaches or relax with your fellow volunteers back at the campsite. Although the climate will be hot and can get very humid, by living so close to the beach you will be able to cool down with a quick dip in the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean. Depending on how shifts you are structured, you will also have one day off a week, giving you time to explore the local area and immerse yourself even more into the breathtaking natural beauty, culture and history that Greece has to offer!

Country Fast Facts

Country Fast Facts


Flag  Flag_of_Greece.svg
Continent: Europe
Official Language(s) Greek
Capital: Athens
Population 10,955,000 (2015 estimate)
Climate(s) Mediterranean
Major Airport(s): Athens International Airport (ATH), Heraklion International Airport (HER), Rhodes Island International Airport (RHO), Thessaloniki International Airport (SKG)
Economic Driver(s): Agriculture, Industry

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