Marine Conservation Expedition

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Get trained and certified in Marine Conservation with our profesional biologists and instructors.
Dive in one of the most biodiverse place on Earth: 10 dives on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, a paradise in pristine waters.
Learn every day about marine conservation, biology and all of our research projects during our daily lectures.
Make memories you will never forget with your co-expeditioners and live an experience full of adventure, laughter, and purpuseful work.
Enjoy our delicious menu 3 times a day of organic vegetarian/vegan food made by our incredible local chef. Conservation is also about what you eat!
Join us in Costa Rica to get certified in Marine Conservation with our biologists and professional instructors. Have a positive impact while diving in paradise! This volunteer program is especially suitable for:
Âge 14+
Seul voyageur
Couples
Familles
Groupes
50+
Are you a certified scuba diver or dream of becoming one? Join us in Costa Rica to get certified in Marine Conservation with our biologists and professional instructors. 

The Marine Conservation Expedition is seven days full of adventure, learning, laughter, and hard purposeful work. This expedition is for experienced and non-experienced divers alike. It creates space for the everyday person to tap into the world of marine conservation and all the wonders it has to offer through our facility called the Marine Conservation and Education Center (MCEC). 

Each day, the expeditioners are taught a new subject which they will apply the next day during their underwater dives. These captivating lectures range from invertebrate theory, to sea turtle migration studies, to 3D Coral Modeling – providing a subject that will surely resonate with each person. By the end of the week, the expeditioners will leave with an abundance of knowledge, skills, friends, and memories.

During this week, we will dive in: 
  • Caño Island has been a biological reserve since 1978, meaning it has the highest level of protection possible. This pristine island is situated in the Pacific Ocean, approximately 50 km away from the Sierpe River (90 min by boat). Known to host the biggest variety of hard coral species in all the Pacific of Costa Rica, it is the perfect place to dive. Naturally, with an abundance of corals comes an abundance of marine life. While diving it is not uncommon to see sea turtles, reef sharks, eels, many types of beautiful fish and so much more. Most of the island is highly protected and solely open for research and conservation work.
  • Marino Ballena National Park. Named after the Humpback Whales that migrate here each year, Marino Ballena National Park is located in the south pacific coast near the town of Uvita, in the province of Puntarenas, Osa, Costa Rica. The park was officially declared as a Marine National Park in 1992 and is a very important area for conservation in the Osa region. Since this area is protected, there is an abundance of life found here including Humpback Whales, Olive Ridley and Hawksbill turtles, spotted dolphins, corals, sponges, anemones, and an important population of sea birds using the park for nesting.
We will also visit a beautiful indigenous community: The Boruca community is composed of around 2660 indigenous people living in the South Pacific of Costa Rica, close to the border with Panama, following the Rio Terraba. They are known for their art and artesania: weaving, paints, or wood masks. But their culture is also amazingly rich with legends and myths that they love to share with their visitors. Innoceana has been working in collaboration with the Boruca community for the past few years on reforestation programs, education programs with the kids, and cultural activities. Land and Ocean are more connected than you could ever imagine. The conservation of the Ocean starts on land and with local communities.

There are 2 expeditions you will get to choose from: 
  • Fish, Sea Turtles, and Elasmobranch (Rays and Sharks): 
Fish Survey, Water Quality studies, Turtle ID, Elasmobranch Survey, Microplastics, Fish ID, Turtle Migration Studies, Elsamobranch ID.
  • Corals and Marine Invertebrates
3D Models of Corals, Coral Restoration, Invertebrates survey, Water Quality studies, Reef Monitoring, Coral Taxonomy, Invertebrates ID.

Journée Typique

6:00 – Breakfast and preparation of conservation material

7:00 – Microbus drive to sierpe where the boat is waiting for us

9:30 – 2 Dives in Caño Island or Marino Ballena national park

2:00 – Lunch on the boat

4:00 – Back at the marine conservation center for a shower and chill time

6:00 – Theory class and data analysis

7:30 – Dinner

Activités de Loisir

You will have 2 days free during the week which can be spent on the beach, in the waterfalls around, hiking, shopping, or even resting in a hammock, as you prefer of course. 

Natation
Tourisme
Shopping /
Souvenirs
Randonnée
Yoga /
Méditation

Conditions

Pour participer à ce programme tu dois avoir au moins 14 ans quand le programme commence.
Compétences Linguistiques
Tu dois parler anglais (niveau de base)
Exigences de Formation
Scuba Diving à niveau Firsy level of Scuba Diving (Open Water or equivalent)
Restrictions de Nationalité
Aucune restriction. De l'aide venant de tous les coins du monde est bienvenu.
Autres Compétences
If you are not a diver yet, no worries! You can do your Open Water certification with us just before the expedition. It will take 3 days (1 day in the pool and 2 days in the Ocean).
Engagement de Temps
Nous avons besoin de ton aide le lundi, mardi, mercredi, jeudi et vendredi

Services inclus

Services de Innoceana

For 7 days Expedition, everything is included (except for flights and dive insurance): 

  • Accommodation for 8 nights (private room shared with 1 other person, private bathroom)
  • 3 Vegetarian meals a day 
  • Dive equipment 
  • Theory classes 
  • Certification of completion 
  • 10 dives 
  • Conservation material 
  • 1 Yoga class
If you wish to stay longer after the 7 days expedition, it is totally possible! In this case, we have prices per week extra which include: 
  • Accommodation (shared dorm, shared bathroom, fully equipped kitchen)
  • Stocked fridge with ingredients for vegetarian meals (you will need to cook)
  • Training on all our research/education/conservation projects (bring your computer!)
  • You will participate in the projects and work in the MCEC with us 5 days a week (2 days off to explore the area)
  • Equipment for diving (1 day a week of diving with 2 dives)
  • High-speed wifi
  • Laundry Machine
  • Access to all theory classes
  • A lot of fun!!

Logement

For the first week, you will stay in a double room (2 individual beds), sharing with 1 other expeditioner. This room has a private bathroom (hot water shower!), a common room with a big table to share meals, high-speed WIFI, hammocks, chill area and couch. 

If you stay longer than the 7 days expedition, you will stay in a shared dorm (8 individual beds), with 2 shared showers and 2 shared bathrooms, 1 fully equipped kitchen, a common area to chill, hammocks, deck to practice sport, high-speed WIFI, 20 away from the beach by foot, 13 minutes away from the supermarket by foot. 

Dortoir Chambre double
Aliments & Boissons

During the first week (7 days expedition), you will receive 3 meals a day, all vegan/vegetarian with local products! Please let us know if you have any food restrictions or allergies!

If you stay longer, we will stock the fridge with all the basic ingredients necessary to eat vegetarian meals. You will need to cook and of course can adjust your diet complementing with meat or other products if needed from local supermarkets. 

Accès à Internet
Bon accès sur le site du projet
NE SONT inclus dans le prix:
Visa, billets d'avion, assurance voyage ne sont PAS inclus dans les frais de programme. Le transfert de l'aéroport n'est pas inclus dans les frais non plus.
Billets d'avion
L'aéroport le plus proche est Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO) à San Jose. Nous t'aidons à trouver des vols pas chers pour aller en Costa Rica.
Assurance Voyage
Partir à l'étranger est une aventure et c'est toujours mieux d'être bien préparé. Que ce soit une maladie soudaine, une blessure ou du vol - une assurance voyage pour Costa Rica te protège en cas de situation imprévue.
Vaccins
Si tu envisages de faire du bénévolat en Costa Rica, nous te conseillons de consulter un médecin avant le début de ton voyage. Renseigne-toi sur les vaccins nécessaires pour Costa Rica.

Dates et Prix

PAS DE FRAIS DE CARTE DE CRÉDIT

Informations sur l'arrivée

* LIMITED SPACES! ONLY 8 SPACES AVAILABLE *

We will meet on Sunday (before the start of the expedition) at 4pm at the UVITA Bus Station. Make sure you arrive at the airport in San Jose on Sunday in the morning latest as you will need to arrive in Uvita before 4pm. 

How to get from San Jose Airport (SJO) to Uvita? 
BUS: From San José Airport you will need to take a TAXI or UBER to San José center: about 1 hour for about $20. You can then take a direct bus called TRACOPA. It will take you 4 hours to arrive to Uvita and will cost around $10 for the bus ride. 
CAR: You can also rent a car in the airport. The ride will take you around 3-4 hours to Uvita. Make sure to use WAZE to find the fastest route.

We have expeditions every month. Here are the next dates available: 

June 2022 6th – 12th – Corals and Invertebrates

July 2022 4th – 10th – Fish, Turtles and Elasmobranchs

August 2022 8th – 14th – Corals and Invertebrates

September 2022 5th – 11th – Fish, Turtles and Elasmobranchs

December 2022 5th – 11th – Corals and Invertebrates

January 2023 2nd – 8th – Fish, Turtles and Elasmobranchs

February 2023 6th – 12th – Corals and Invertebrates

March 2023 6th – 12th – Fish, Turtles and Elasmobranchs

Disponibilité
janv. févr. mars avril mai juin juil. août sept. oct. nov. déc.
Durée
1 - 24 sem

Frais de Programme

Frais: Prix en USD
1 sem (durée min.)
$1 975
2 sem
$2 354
4 sem
$3 174
8 sem
$4 374
12 sem
$5 574
16 sem
$6 774
20 sem
$7 499
24 sem (durée max.)
$8 199
Coût moyen
$1 158 /sem

Merci de noter que les prix ci-dessus sont des prix estimés et qu'ils sont soumis aux fluctuations des taux de change. Innoceana t'informera du prix final au cours du processus de candidature.
Acompte (15%)
L'acompte sert à réserver ta place avec l'organisation. Les paiements sont effectués par Paypal, notre partenaire de confiance pour les solutions de paiements internationales. Si tu n'as pas Paypal, tu peux également utiliser ta carte de crédit.
Montant Restant (85%)
Le paiement du montant restant doit être organisé avec Innoceana durant le processus de candidature. Très souvent ce paiement est effectué par virement bancaire ou en espèces.

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Si l'organisation annule ton séjour, nous te remboursons les frais
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Nous te soutenons quelles que soient les circonstances
Notre service est gratuit
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Marine Conservation Expedition

Join us in Costa Rica to get certified in Marine Conservation with our biologists and professional instructors. Have a positive impact while diving in paradise!

$1158/week

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