Volunteer to monitor and rehabilitate turtles in Bali.


Bali Sea Turtle Conservation


Who: Frontier

Where: Bali, Indonesia

Focus: Turtle nest monitoring and rehabilitation.

When: All year round. Set start dates – 1st and 3rd Monday of the month.
Note:  No activities take place during Bali holidays – check the project web page for dates.

Duration: Min. 2 weeks

Suitability: Over 18s. Group bookings available.

Cost: 2 weeks start from GBP 699 | Extra week GBP 324.

As a volunteer, you will:

  • Contribute to the work of a local conservation NGO implementing sustainable solutions to ensure the longevity of sea turtle populations.
  • Collect vital baseline data on turtle populations and study behaviour.
  • Identify turtle species, collect eggs, monitor nests and make sure hatchlings safely reach the sea.
  • Maintain the enclosure and monitoring juvenile growth and activity.
  • Feed and rehabilitate the weaker juvenile sea turtles in a natural enclosure until they are ready for release.
  • Study the impact of external factors on sea turtle populations
  • Interact with local villagers and help teach English at a local school.

Note: Activities vary depending on the time of year and the project focus at the time of joining.

The Base:

Volunteers stay at the simple but comfortable volunteer house located right next to the beach.

  • Sleeping: Backpacker-style shared rooms with electric fans, bedding and mosquito nets.
  • Food: 3 meals per day.
  • Support: 24 hour in-country support; International HQ emergency support and back-up; UK residential briefing weekend available.
  • Airport pick up: Included from Ngurah Rai International Airport (also known as Denpasar International Airport) on the Sunday. Pick up is available at an extra cost if arriving at a different time.


The next step: Visit Frontier for more information and to book.
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