Conservation in Thailand

Research and help protect coral reefs


From 1 week


from £1795



In brief

Our Diving & Marine Conservation Project in Thailand takes place along the beautiful Andaman Sea coast near Ao Nang and the surrounding islands.

Volunteers receive PADI certified scuba diving courses and take part in breath-taking dives amongst the coral reefs.

Work on this project involves researching and protecting the coral reefs, tropical forests and costal areas. You can help with community education, beach and ocean clean-ups and reforestation work.

The diving is some of the best in the world and you’ll have the chance to observe a wide variety of marine life – including turtles, rays, harmless reef sharks and hundreds of species of multi-coloured tropical fish.

Volunteers on this project can get involved in a wide variety of activities, such as:


  • Reef Check Surveys
  • Dive Against Debris Surveys
  • Ocean Conservancy Data Collection
  • Reforestation Work
  • Community Outreach and Education
  • Beach clean-ups
  • Bio-workshops

The main aim of this project is to protect and rehabilitate Thailand’s coral reefs, marine eco-systems and tropical forests, whilst helping keep the indigenous fish, animals and birds that live there from becoming endangered.

Interested? Then make an enquiry.