Kaitlyn has always loved marine wildlife, and now studying Wildlife Conservation at university thought that Tenerife would be the best place to see her favourtie animals as well as gain some hands-on conservation experience.
After discovering the wonders of marine life Emily Major followed her new-found passion to Tennerife to help conserve marine mammals.
Charlotte has learnt how to collect data on loggerhead sea turtle nesting and even assisted in tagging an adult turtle, while making lifelong friends from all over the world.
Having worked alongside lemurs as part of her university studies, Emma was determined to help conserve them in their natural habitat...
Pamela went on the Cambodia Road Trip project to see the splendours and culture of the country, but also contribute to the local communities through teaching. She explains the amazing moments she had on her trip and how glad she is to have experienced it with her new friends from all over the world!
Polly is studying Animal Welfare and Behaviour at University and wanted to gain experience caring for exotic and a variety of animals. She feels that her time in Thailand has educated her on animal welfare in Thailand and she just wishes she could stay longer to learn even more!
Brigitte has a chat about her time as a Volunteer in Madagascar, where she saw whale sharks, dolphins, lemurs, turtles, snakes and much more! As much as she loved the diving experiences, she says Madasgascar and the people she met were the best part!
Andrea reflects on her amazing expierence teaching and viewing wildlife in Thailand. She explains why the culture is more friendly to back home in the Western world and why travelling to a less developed country has given her a new appreciation of life back home.
Eleanor wanted to make a change from her day to day work life and give something back by volunteering abroad. With a strong love for animals and a stronger passion for how they should be conserved, this project was the perfect choice. Here's how she got on:
In her first solo travel experience, Emily wanted to volunteer abroad and help wildlife yet stay relatively close to home. This made Tenerife the perfect destination for her to volunteer; here's how she got on: