What do you get out of this program?
✔ E-participate certificate
✔ Lifetime experience working in conservation
✔ Practical skills such as data collection, water safety, habitat assessment
✔ Opportunity to immerse yourself in nature and learn about local ecosystem
✔ Meeting like minded people
Day 1 -11am meet at Kuala Besut jetty -Speedboat transfer to Bubbles Dive Resort -Orientation & check in, help in delivery -Turtle conservation talk and hatchery maintenance & night patrol. Day 2 -Hatchery maintenance -Workshop 1: Water safety, snorkeling & free diving basics -Online education video briefing -Beach clean -Turtle conservation talk & night patrol. Day 3 -Hatchery maintenance -Workshop 2: Turtle nesting habitat -Film online education video -Beach clean -Turtle conservation talk & night patrol. Day 4 -Hatchery maintenance -Workshop 3: Shore reef exploration -Beach clean -Turtle conservation talk & night patrol. Day 5 -Beach clean up & Recycling -Online education video presentation -Farewell session Day 6 -10am check out and feedback -12noon boat transfer to Kuala Besut
What is included?
✔ Return speedboat transfer (between Kuala Besut and Bubbles Turtle Conservation)
✔ 5 Breakfast, 5 Lunch, 5 Dinner + Drinking water
✔ 5 nights accommodation (quad share, unisex dormitory, fan room)
✔ Participation in Bubbles Turtle Conservation Project
✔ 3 specialized environmental education workshops
✔ Participation in an online conservation project
✔ E-certificate of participation
What is not included?
✘ Marine Park Fee
✘ Besut District Council Fee
✘ Sales & Service Tax 6%
✘ Kota Bharu airport transfer
✘ Other expenses not mentioned above
Who is eligible to participate?
The programme involves physically demanding outdoor activities and nightly patrols till the wee hours,
so participation is recommended for individuals between 18 and 59 years old.
Children and teenagers aged 6 to 17 can participate with the presence of a parent or legal guardian.
Adults aged 60 years and above must obtain medical clearance from a doctor to participate.
KIM HA YEON, Korea
"I learn that it took more effort than I thought by watch, move and help the eggs from the beginning to end. I could see the milky way from the sky!"
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