Want to get PADI (the Professional Association of Diving Instructors) certified and save the ocean at the same time? Join our Marine Conservation Programme in Thailand on the beautiful beaches of Koh Tao!
In your first week as a Marine Conservation volunteer in Thailand, you'll learn to scuba dive. This is your chance to get your PADI Open Water Diver certification.
After training, you’ll help with marine surveys and coral planting to promote the health of our oceans. Coral propagation is a cost-effective way to breed corals and restore reefs. More importantly, it reduces the demand placed on reefs, preserving endangered species.
On land, you’ll participate in beach clean-ups along the coastline. Litter and rubbish can be extremely harmful to marine wildlife. You’ll also raise awareness in the local community of the importance of protecting our oceans.
Plus, you'll plant mangroves along the coastline. Mangroves protect coasts from erosion and absorb a large amount of carbon from the atmosphere.
This Marine Conservation programme is a great way to get your hands dirty. It’s also a start towards better health for our oceans.
Learn more about our Marine Conservation Projects in Thailand: