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Rainforest conservation in the Amazon, Peru

Rainforest conservation in the Amazon, Peru

Conservation & Community Development in the Amazon. Awesome!
From £1,695 14 days ex flights
Tailor made: Departures can be arranged at anytime throughout the year
Costa Rica wildlife conservation

Costa Rica wildlife conservation

Work with sloths and other wildlife in Costa Rica.
From £803 to £1,491 15 days ex flights
Tailor made: This project can be joined on any day of the year
Amazon conservation project in Peru

Amazon conservation project in Peru

Help conserve the species of the incredible Amazon jungle.
From £1,295 to £4,095 16 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2019: 9 Dec
2020: 6 Jan, 3 Feb, 2 Mar, 30 Mar, 27 Apr, 25 May, 22 Jun, 20 Jul, 17 Aug, 14 Sep, 12 Oct, 9 Nov, 7 Dec
Jungle conservation & research, Peru

Jungle conservation & research, Peru

Jungle conservation and research project in the Amazon
From £1,195 16 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2019: 9 Dec
2020: 6 Jan, 3 Feb, 2 Mar, 30 Mar, 27 Apr, 25 May, 22 Jun, 20 Jul, 17 Aug, 14 Sep, 12 Oct, 9 Nov, 7 Dec
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    Jungle conservation & research, Peru
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    £1,195
    excluding flights
    Memorable parts? Getting to spend time walking through the jungle and seeing so many great animals and birds. The best moments were the tree frogs, manu poison frog and the rainbow boa! I really enjoyed the construction of the bird hides and biogarden even though sometimes it was really hard work! Pancakes for breakfast were great! Tips? There was a lot of walking and physical activity so itís really important to expect to do lots when you get there and probably need reasonable fitness! Local... (more)Melanie Veal
    Rainforest conservation in the Amazon, Peru
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    £1,695
    excluding flights
    Memorable parts? Cutting a path through dense jungle to fin capybara Tips? Speak to the guys who have done it already for advice! A camera, comfy inner soles, good Headtorch, organic mosquito repellent, waterproof bags were the items I was glad I had the most! Local benefits? yes, all of the above! Overall rating? it was such an incredible experience, expect it to be really hard work but you get out what you put in. (more)William Haward
    Photo credits: [Page banner: Jorge Illich-Gejo]
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