Global Vision offers educational underwater journeys

The social enterprise Global Vision International and volunteer travel specialists honor the World Oceans Day offering a series of marine conservation projects to people interested in gaining knowledge and promoting a sustainable environment.

This year the chosen theme for World Oceans Day is “Healthy Oceans, Healthy Planet”.To promote the special date, organisations around the world are holding events within their communities to spread this important message.

Thinking about the preservation of oceans, the Global Vision International offers marine conservation experiences in some of the world’s most spectacular locations. Check out some of the options:

Marine Conservation Expedition in the Seychelles (4-12 weeks)

Marine Conservation Expedition in Mexico (4-24 weeks)

Thailand Coastal Conservation Expedition (2-24 weeks)

To learn more about GVI’s volunteer projects visit http://www.gvi.co.uk/volunteer-abroad/projects/ or to find out more about GVI and the programmes they offer, check out www.gviworld.com.

 

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