Turtle Conservation in Guatemala

Turtle Conservation in Guatemala

Price From: 610 USD


Operator: IVHQ

Price From:  610 USD

Ideal Age Range: High School (15 to 18), 19 to 30, 31 to 50, Over 51

Fitness Needs: Moderately Fit

Program duration: 2 weeks

Travel to the beautiful coast of Guatemala and join a conservation project on the Pacific Coast. As a volunteer on this program, you’ll be part of protecting sea turtles and sustainable egg protection programs.

Volunteers on this program are best suited if they are prepared to work hard and show initiative. Some of the duties you’ll assist with are:

  • Beach Patrols

  • Relocating eggs to hatcheries

  • Building hatcheries

  • Releasing hatchlings

  • Beach cleanup

  • Beach reforestation

Volunteer roles depend on the time of year and volunteers should hold no expectations as to their duties until they are assigned at the program. This program does not require previous experience and is open to those with a passion for conservation.




Volunteer Schedule

After your orientation, you’ll be transferred to the program location. The following day you will begin your placement and will work shifts in either morning or afternoon, ranging from 2-4 hours. The afternoon schedule typically looks like:

12:00 pm - Lunch

1:00 pm - Join the local staff and receive your roster for the work.

4:00 pm - Placement ends. Free time.

7:00 pm - Dinner

Country Fast Facts

Country Fast Facts


Flag Flag_of_Guatemala.svg
Continent: Central America
Official Language(s) Spanish
Capital: Guatemala City
Population 15,806,675 (2014 estimate)
Climate(s) Equatorial, Tropical
Major Airport(s): La Aurora International Airport (GUA), Mundo Maya International Airport (FRS)
Economic Driver(s): Tourism, Agriculture



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