Merazonia combines passion for nature with a professional approach on animal care and release, along with rainforest conservation.
Volontariato in Ecuador
Work with national park staff in tortoise care, from new babies to adults. Work with public education of visitors to the Breeding Center.
We include a FREE 1-week Spanish Course, to allow you to have a greater impact. Surf, preserve nature and protect endangered marine wildlife.
Help to take care of rescued animals at a wildlife center in the Amazon Jungle! Feed monkeys, parrots, and coatis, among other amazing animals!
Interested in animals and nature conservation? This is your place. Come help us save the rainforest and its amazing creatures.
Your participation as a volunteer will help the National Park in tourism management and support Galapagos wildlife preservation and sustainable long term tourism.
As a medical student, witness a healthcare system unlike your own. A new insight into traditional beliefs will leave you amazed and cultured.
By volunteering at our refuge you will have a once in a life time opportunity to work with our various big cats including jaguars, ocelots, monkeys, parrots.
We are the only environmental non-profit in the province. Volunteers support is essential to protect the marine reserve and the last coastal Chocó rainforests in Ecuador
Support local entrepreneurs (travel agencies, restaurants, family businesses) so that through social media use they generate content & broaden the reach of their product.
Be more than a tourist on Galapagos Islands and do something more than just taking exciting photos! Be a Volunteer and contribute to the conservation of local nature.
Be a helping hand to a beautiful child. There is little as rewarding as enriching a child's life with engaging enthusiasm to help aid in their development.
Practice sports with the kids of our Soccer School. The project serves as a safe place to play for children in the age of 6-15. Everyone is welcome.
This project is an animal rescue and rehabilitation centre in the Amazon jungle working in partnership with the indigenous Quichuan community