THAILAND: Cleaning the Coral Reef« Back to Videos
Volunteers delicately remove fishing nets, reducing the damage inflicted on the reefs and often freeing entangled fish.
Read more about: Conservation volunteering in Thailand
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A video showing what it's like to volunteer in Thailand on the Conservation placement, helping with beach and ocean clean-ups and reforestation work.
Volunteers on the Thailand Conservation project usually spend one day a month helping at the Phuket Marine Biological Centre.
A volunteer, Alonso from Spain, talks about his daily activities including diving among Zebra sharks, pufferfish, learning about marine species and cleaning the reef.
01:58Conservation in Thailand
As part of the Conservation Project in Thailand, volunteers visit the Phuket Marine Biological Centre once every four weeks to wash the turtles and its tanks.
01:58PRO Teaching in Thailand
A volunteer from the USA, Sarah, speaks about the PRO Teaching project and her experience volunteering in Thailand.
00:57Care in Thailand
A volunteer from the USA, Kelsey, speaks about her Care placement in Thailand and what it was like to work with children.
01:21Teaching in Thailand
A volunteer from Japan, Kai, speaks about his Teaching project and a typical day at this placement. He also describes his time in Thailand.
01:43Conservation in Thailand
A Conservation volunteer, Gorm, from Denmark talks about how he enjoyed his placement in Thailand and the opportunities he received.