Diving Expeditions with Coral Cay Conservation
Coral Cay Conservation (CCC) is an award winning conservation NGO that has been running projects since 1986. Joining one of our expeditions will give you the chance to explore some of the most beautiful locations in the world all whilst doing your bit to help conserve them.
CCC currently has a marine site based in the Philippines, and a terrestrial and marine site based in Montserrat, Caribbean.
By joining us on a diving expedition you will learn how to dive, or improve your skills, in some of the most bio-diverse locations in the world, and become adept at identifying corals, fish and a host of other marine creatures.
Our terrestrial expedition will give you the opportunity to contribute to the on-going monitoring and management of Montserrat, allowing you the chance to become adept in the surveying of birds, amphibians, reptiles and plants. Make friends that will last a lifetime and have experiences that will change the way you view the world and your place in it!
Any volunteer joining a CCC marine expedition for at least 4 weeks can gain their:
PADI Open Water course
PADI Advanced Open Water
Expedition Care Program First Aid certification
Reef Check certification (globally recognised Reef Survey method)
Duration – Minimum of two weeks on a marine expedition
Minimum of one week on a terrestrial expedition
Minimum age – 18 years old (16 years old if joining as part of a school group).
For more information on CCC’s expeditions, starting dates and fees visit www.coralcay.org, call +44 (0)207 620 1411 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. CCC sites are open 11 months of the year and accept new volunteers every 4 weeks.