Volunteer to protect manatees and seagrass beds in Caye Caulker, Belize.


Who: Frontier

Where: Caye Caulker, Belize

Focus: Survey manatees and their habitats to help deliver scientifically sound decisions on the conservation of this species, and raise awareness among the local community:

  • Snorkel survey the population, behaviour and habitat of the West-Indian manatee.
  • Explore, map and monitor vast seagrass beds for the benefit of the manatees and other species that rely on these habitats.
  • Take part in beach clean ups, forest restoration work, and mangrove surveys.

When: All year round | Peak season: June to October. Manatee sightings tend to be less frequent outside of this time, but the vital work on the seagrass habitats is all year round.

Duration1 – 20 weeks | Min. 4 weeks is recommended in order to participate in the full range of activities and surveys.

Suitability: Over 18s

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