What will you do on our trip
Prepare to be captivated as you encounter magnificent marine animals, actively participating in their identification and data collection. Engage in conversations with local former shark fishermen turned advocates for shark tourism, gaining unique insights into the importance of protecting these majestic predators. Contribute to coral restoration projects, witnessing the resilience of these fragile ecosystems firsthand. Expand your knowledge as you learn from top scientists about the pressing challenges of ocean conservation. These transformative experiences await you, empowering you to make a tangible difference in the world and become an ambassador for marine conservation.
"Knowing is the key to caring, and with caring there is hope that people will be motivated to take positive
actions. They might not care even if they know, but they can’t care if they are unaware."- Sylvia Earle
Our partners conservation organizations
FOMARES is a ocean conservation fund. Private international non-profit trust fund incorporated in the United States looking to achieve sustainable and significant protection for ocean and coastal conservation.
We are a group of women from different parts of the world and with different professions: photographers, biologists, communicators, lawyers, guides and more.
We decided to come together and create ORGCAS to build caring perspectives that give us healthier oceans and help us restore our relationship with nature.
ReefCI is located on a small, private, picture-perfect Caribbean island on the Belize Barrier Reef. Reef Conservation International empowers you to take an active role in directly protecting and conserving our oceans that we love via our marine conservation projects and environmental education and awareness program. You will learn about the invasive lionfish species that is destroying our native coral reefs and participate in our dives to spearfish and remove this incredibly destructive species. You will also learn all about coral reefs, tropical fish, sharks, manatees, dolphins and many other species from tiny invertebrates to the largest fish in the ocean, the whale shark. Join us and make a difference!