This voluntourism operation works to protect declining sea-turtle populations by collecting eggs and moving them to a hatchery, and patrolling the beaches for poachers and predators. Anyone can tour the facility to learn more about the area's turtles, which nest here from February to October, with public releases June through November.
Volunteers (accepted March to October) get basic dorm accommodation and full board. When you're not working on patrols and participating in information seminars, activities including sea kayaking, treks and cooking classes. There's a minimum four-night stay in dorm accommodation.