Bali Sea Turtle Rescue

Work with rescued sea turtles to rehabilitate them in Bali, a region surrounded by beautiful scenery. Educate others on the importance of ensuring this species' survival.

This project centers around a conservation organization which aims to spread conservation-based knowledge while assisting and caring for turtles. Volunteers have the opportunity to rehabilitate injured sea turtles and new hatchlings brought by local fisherman so that they may be healthy enough to be released back into their natural sea habitat. 

Volunteers will not only play a vital role in rehabilitating injured sea turtles and nurturing young hatchlings, but may also be given opportunities to working on a seaweed farm, visiting the turtle conservation center, working at the turtle sanctuary and teaching children in local schools about turtle rehabilitation. 

Volunteer tasks may include:

  • Feeding the turtles and monitoring their health
  • Cleaning the turtles tanks
  • Cleaning and collecting corals for the sanctuary
  • Light construction work
  • Attending educational awareness classes
  • Looking after sick or injured turtles
  • Patrolling the beach for turtle eggs and nurturing new hatchlings for survival

Suitable for

Couples
Singles
Families

Typical day

After a light breakfast you will head out to work on a specific project at the sanctuary.   After a few hours you will have lunch and a bit of time to rest. The afternoon is will be spent in the community, generally teaching about the environment at a local school.  By 5pm, you are back at the project to check on the turtles before dinner.  

Program Requirements

Minimum Age
18 years
Language Skills
You need to speak English (intermediate level)
Criminal Background Check
required
Other Skills
Genuine interest in turtles and conservation education
Good level of physical fitness
Flexible and open-minded
Time Commitment
Your helping hand will be required on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

Do you have any questions concerning this volunteer opportunity in Indonesia? Volunteer World directly connects you with GoEco

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Free-time activities

Common ways to spend free time in Bali are diving, snorkeling, or hiking the lush rice terraces and volcanic hillsides of the island of Nusa Penida. Optional program add-ons include and Yoga and Mind Week, a Sanur Beach Week, and a Bali Adventure Trek Week. Please note any additional fees for these activities are not included in the program fee.

Water Sports
Diving/Snorkling
Hiking
Yoga/Meditation

Services

What's included?
Included: hostel accommodation, food (3 meals a day), comprehensive travel health insurance with volunteer abroad coverage, local in-country team and 24hr emergency support, transportation from the airport on arrival day, and transportation from the orientation to the project site.
What's NOT included?
Visa, flights, travel insurance or vaccinations are NOT included in the program fees.

No worries, Volunteer World supports you in raising funds, checking your visa regulations and travel insurance. We also assist you in finding the cheapest flights for your journey.
Airport Pickup

Transportation from the Ngurahria International Airport is included.

Accommodation

In both orientation week and your time at the project, you will be sharing a room at the volunteer house with bunk beds. Each dorm will house about 2 to 8 volunteers and includes electricity, a kitchen and western style toilet facilities. From your accommodations, a 5 minute walk will take you to your project site.

Guesthouse
Food & Beverages

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided during the week, while on weekends, only breakfast and dinner will be provided. You also have the option to buy your own groceries and cook for yourself in the kitchen.
Food will be based in Indonesian cuisine, with vegetarian options available for those who don't eat meat. We also provide some western dishes

Internet Access
Good access at the project site
Costs
2 weeks (min. stay)
$900
3 weeks
$1250
4 weeks
$1600
5 weeks
$1950
6 weeks
$2300
7 weeks
$2650
12 weeks (max. stay)
$4400

You can volunteer at the project site in Bali/Indonesia between 2 weeks and 12 weeks. Please note that the above shown program fees are estimated and subject to exchange rate fluctuations. GoEco will tell you your final price during your application process.
Average Fees
$408/week
Deposit (15%)
The deposit is simply to reserve your volunteer placement. Payments are handled by PayPal, our trusted global payment provider. If you don't have a PayPal account, you can also pay using a credit card.
Final Payment (85%)
Your final payment will be agreed with GoEco during the application process. Common solutions are either via bank transfer or a cash payment at the project site.

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Budgeting
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What's next?

Airport
The nearest airport is Ngurah Rai International (DPS) in Denpasar. We assist you to find cheap flights to Indonesia.
Travel Insurance
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Nusa Penida Island, Bali, Indonesia