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Join a great adventure and learn about giant tortoise habitat management, mangrove restoration and surveys and data collection with GVI’s marine conservation expedition in the Seychelles.
While most of the work conducted is on-foot, you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a variety of tasks that all work towards the conservation of these delicate ecosystems. On weekends and in your free-time, enjoy snorkelling, scuba diving, and enjoying island life!
This expedition covers a wide range of conservation efforts as you rotate between projects. You will spend the majority of your time on foot working in the forests and on the beaches, experiencing different field techniques and varied project sites. At the end of each workday, you will return to our base with the rest of your team to relax together. You will share camp duties on a rotational basis, as well as sleeping in shared dormitory style accommodation. You should expect to work 5 ½ days each week, Monday to Friday, with weekends free for you to explore the surrounding area, snorkel, dive or just enjoy island living.
|Official Language(s)||English, French, Seychelles Creole|
|Population||92,000 (2012 estimate)|
|Major Airport(s):||Seychelles International Airport (SEZ)|
|Economic Driver(s):||Fishing, Tourism, Agriculture, Manufacturing|
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Length of Trip: 2 weeks