Coral Reef Restoration Research Project

Project name:

Hoga Island Marine Station (1)

Project purpose:

Get first-hand experience of our active Coral Reef Restoration project, immersing yourself in one of the fastest-growing fields of marine science. During your stay you will increase your field experience and gain transferable skills, working directly with a PhD student carrying out researching coral reef restoration techniques. The research of this project in a National Park hopes to help understand the best ways to restore coral reefs through scientific research.

Project activities:

  • habitat restoration/management
  • data collection/analysis
  • teaching (Reef Survey Techniques)
  • scuba diving


Marine

Indonesia

South-East Asia

1 Ratings

1

Weekly cost (approx USD):

$

335

Direct benefits you gain:

  • field research skills
  • remote scenic location
  • reef survey training

Noteworthy conservation points:

  • publishes work
  • contribute to research that will be peer-reviewed science

Wild Sun Rescue Center

Accommodation:

Single or Shared wooden huts with Indonesian-style "mandi" (bathroom)

When does the project run?

February - May / August to December

Facilities:

accommodation included
food included
electricity
refillable drinking water
shower (bucket)
toilet (western)

Electricity is from a generator between 18:00 and 22:30 every day. All huts have electrical points for charging. The project has local cooks who prepare all meals, while water for bucket showers and flushing is brought from a well on the neighbouring island. Accommodation and lifestyle is basic but comfortable! No WiFi but 4G signal is generally good and data packages are reasonable on local sim cards.

How long can I stay?

minimum 4 weeks commitment, maximum 6 months (Discounts available for longer stays)

Requirements:

  • 18 years ol
  • Qualified SCUBA diver (possibility to complete course on site)

Details of the day-to-day life on the project:

Hoga Island offers an idyllic remote setting in the heart of the Coral Triangle - the world centre for marine biodiversity.


Those who visit Hoga fall in love with this unique island and its magical coral reefs. Removed from the usual tourist route, this project is ideal for those looking for a truly remote research or conservation experience.


Discounts for longer stays are available on request.

Reviews & ratings

Samuel

Volunteer

5 Oct 2021

Great experience

Great experience. I have learned a lot about wild animals and the bush. The kids are super. Thanks to Michele and Ian but also I would like to thanks all the volunteers and local people.

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Daktari Bush School & Wildlife Orphanage

Adriano

Volunteer

21 Mar 2020

Very Good Program

My week at Daktari was excellent and the program is very intense in the sense that we all get together with the kids and animals from 7am until 9 pm. It is an excellent choice for a first volunteering program abroad considering and I would definitely like to go back someday

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Daktari Bush School & Wildlife Orphanage

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