Contact our office @ 

TOBAGO (868) 

CANADA (403) 401 8240 

come volunteer now while enjoying sea, sand and sun in our hidden paradise of Tobago, play an active role in preserving and monitoring the natural marine eco-system and Wild Life of Trinidad and Tobago for the present and future benefit of humanity and all life.



Whether you are a group or an individual the opportunity of a lifetime is here, waiting for you to explore.

 

You can join us for four weeks or more as a volunteer or  join the volunteer staff on a four to six month contract  while getting your PADI diving certification Open Water & Advanced Open Water,
while learning the Caribbean Coral Reefs Eco System.

And Flora and Fauna help us stop the LIONFISH Epidemic.





 

Vacation Blue Caribbean volunteer diving conservation, Bluecaribbeanconservation.org
Vacation Blue Caribbean volunteer diving conservation, Bluecaribbeanconservation.org
Blue Caribbean Wild life Park Charlotteville

New Pilot Project starting  (April, 2023 – April, 2024). and we are looking for enthusiastic individuals to help launch the program.​ If you are looking to make a change or have a life changing experience please sign up today.

 

Vacation Blue Caribbean volunteer diving conservation, Bluecaribbeanconservation.org

Our society depends on the maintenance and protection of our Marine Ecosystems and         Flora and Fauna

 Get more out of life!  

VOLUNTEER save the coral reefs and protect our Flora & Fauna

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Vacation Blue Caribbean volunteer diving conservation, Bluecaribbeanconservation.org

Experience Paradise through Research! 

Vacation Blue Caribbean volunteer diving conservation, Bluecaribbeanconservation.org

The future is our Motivation!
Teach the children how to protect the coral reefs and our Flora and Fauna of Trinidad and Tobago for future generations to come.

Volunteer today to make a difference!

 

One of the key objectives is to survey and collect extensive baseline monitoring data on the health of the island’s coral reefs. We are going to assist in providing information to show why it is so important to have several Marine Protected areas and how it will help to increase commercial fish stocks improve local fisheries through a spillover of recruits and act as a source of coral recruits to downstream reefs located around Tobago and potentially it's neighbouring islands.
Let us take action and make a difference for our future.

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Vacation Blue Caribbean volunteer diving conservation, Bluecaribbeanconservation.org

Caribbean Volunteer Diving Conservation, Bluecaribbeanconservation.org