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country Mexico: 01 ECOLOGICAL CENTRE (LOS CUARTOS A-VIMEX MLTV 18/01
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1/03/2018 - 1/12/2018
Extra-Gebühr EUR 170
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The program is flexible in the sense that it gives opportunities to develop and learn about different areas related to environmental education. The various tasks include:-Take charge of projects of separation of waste, compost and the orchards-Translations-There will also be possibilities to work with groups and educate kids about environmental issues -Assist conferences-Help with the promotion of the centre

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

ACCOMODATION: The ecological centre was constructed in a beautiful Hacienda of the 16th century and has been renovated. It has shared rooms for the volunteers. FOOD: The food will be provided in the project.

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LOCATION: Highway to Valladolid s/n, km 2.5 Jesus Maria, Aguascalientes, Mexico.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The foundation Miguel Angel Barberena Vega, A. C. came into being the 23 November 1990 with the creation of the ecological centre Los Cuartos . It is the first centre of education and environmental culture in the state of Aguascalientes. For over 25 years now, they have contributed effectively to the formation of an authentic awareness of environmental issues in society and they have moreover been tireless promoters of education about peace and human rights. Our main goal is to develop programs of environmental education and values, that generate the grounds to achieve a real change of attitudes towards our natural and social surroundings by performing activities on a daily basis. OBJECTIVES: Promote water culture, forest culture and responsible consumption with their activities, plans and programs aimed at the publicPromote different eco-techniques and methods which allow a better and more sustainable use of natural resourcesBe a place for volunteers from Mexico and all over the world where they can contribute the best of themselves for the consolidation of a more peaceful society, sensitive to the problems of our environment

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The fees depends from the time that you want to stay (3 months minimum)

Anforderungen

Speak Spanish (of everyday life), have knowledge about environmental problems. Have experience with working with children, knowledge about recreational activities, be flexible with the working hours, active and willing to work/work in teams. Ready to live together with local people and potentially with people from other cultures. Be between 21 and 35 years old, be organized, enthusiastic, responsible and committed.
Organisation VIMEX Alter 18 - 28 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Aguascalientes Projekt-Sprache(n) Spanish , English
country Mexico: Sea Turtles Conservation I VIVE18.01
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4/07/2018 - 16/07/2018
Extra-Gebühr EUR 295
20 Freiwillige
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The volunteers will be working at night from 20:00 to 08:00, four days per week with an average of thirty hours. Depending the number of turtles that come ashore, two teams might be formed among the volunteers. In this way, each group will be taking turns, working one night and taking the next night off for recovery. In addition, the weekends are also spared for resting. Some of the activities to be performed are: 1. Finding adult turtles and collect their eggs. 2. Moving the eggs to a protected place called Vivero. 3. Releasing newborn baby turtles into the sea. 4. Patrolling the beaches at night. 5. Making some reconstruction in the most important turtle camps of the region. If you love nature, want to have a great time by the beautiful beaches, at the same time enjoying all the amenities of a hotel and witnessing the magical spectacle of natural miracles that has been reoccurring since millions of years... then this project is for you!

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Volunteers will be hosted in a hotel in a shared room with all facilities at their disposal namely, private bathroom, hot water, swimming pool, WIFI, and air conditioning.

Lage und Freizeit

Rincon de Guayabitos, also known as Guayabitos, is a beach town located in the astonishing Sierra Madre Occidental, in the state of Nayarit and bathed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean. It is a popular tourist destination due to its proximity to the cities of Tepic, Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta. Riviera Nayarit is emerging as one of the most attractive and magic destinations of Mexico. The area extends approximately 300 kilometers along the coast, integrated by mountainous jungle and facing coastal islands. For those seeking a more rural and rustic experience with magic beach towns in Mexico, the Riviera has a massive open space for everyone along the Nayarit coast, also, for those who want to relax there are also quiet beaches and there are other beaches with heavy waves for surfers.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Vive Mexico has been organizing this project regularly in Rincon de Guayabitos, Nayarit since 2014. The main achievement of the project is to protect the sea turtles with the help of volunteers who will be cooperating with a team of biologists. Up to now, the project has been quite successful and has reached extraordinary results. Participating in sea turtle conservation is a great opportunity to discover the rather charming life of sea turtles.

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Organisation Vive Mexico Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen La Penita de Jaltemba bus station Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Mexico: Conservation the Home of Monarch Bu VIVE18.05
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4/07/2018 - 17/07/2018
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The Butterfly reserve has 12 sanctuaries and 4 of them are open to public. The volunteers mainly be working at the Sierra Chincua Sanctuary which is located nearby the town of Angangueo, Michoacán. The work will focus on restructuring the natural habitat of the butterflies in order to prevent the extinction and protect future generations. There will also be activities organized for reforestation, sanitation and cleaning, strengthening the infrastructure by using environment-friendly methods. In addition, the volunteers will be organizing campaigns to increase the awareness of the locals and the tourists.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Food and hosting will be provided during the workcamp.

Lage und Freizeit

The camp will be organized nearby the town of Angangueo which is among the magic towns (Pueblo Magico) in Mexico. The word Angangueo means the town between the mountains as that is where it is located and the town is where the butterflies selected to pass the winter. As you will be working there, you will have time to dicover this beautiful town and try the delicious Michoacan cuisine. During their free time, the volunteers can spend time in Morelia city. Morelia is the state capital of Michoacan and it’s a dynamic and beautiful city. Also, Morelia is an increasingly popular destination, and rightly so: the colonial heart of the city is so well preserved that it was declared a Unesco World Heritage site in 1991, and its cathedral is not just gorgeous, it’s inspirational. You can walk in downtown which has many cultural activities and discover the variety of historic buildings and monuments. Morelia, founded in 1541, was one of the first Spanish cities in Nueva España. The first viceroy, Antonio de Mendoza, named it Valladolid after the Spanish city and he encouraged Spanish nobility to move here with their families. In 1828, after Nueva España had become the Republic of Mexico, the city was renamed Morelia in honor of local hero José María Morelos y Pavón, a key figure in Mexico’s independence. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/mexico/western-central-highlands/morelia/introduction#ixzz4WVZJrpPP Read more: http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/585/gallery/

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The Monarch Butterfly Reserve is located between the state of Michoacan and the state of Mexico, in the central part of Mexico. It is under a threat of disappearance due to environmental contamination and the lack of environmental consciousness. The habitants of the region contributed to deforestation in the area as it is their main source of income. The project aims to help the conservation of the butterfly reserve with the help of volunteers.
Organisation Vive Mexico Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Morelia Bus Station Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Mexico: Intercultural Project VIVE18.03
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4/07/2018 - 17/07/2018
Extra-Gebühr EUR 75
15 Freiwillige
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Volunteers will be working primarily restorative activities at a school. Some of the activities will be painting the walls, repairing benches and organizing green areas. In addition the volunteers will be participating intercultural activities with young people from Leon. There will also be a visit to the children´s hospital.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Food and accommodation will be provided during the workcamp.

Lage und Freizeit

The camp will be organized in Leon, Guanajuato. León is the most populous city and municipality in the Mexican state of Guanajuato. It is one of the most important centers in Mexico with numerous opportunities for entertainment, gastronomy, leisure activities, arts, and recreation. It is also considered one of the most environmentally friendly cities in Mexico and has a high number of cyclists because of integrating a network of bike lanes. The city of Leon is quite close to the state capital of Guanajuato which has the same name. Travelling there is like stepping back in time; the city is remarkable and offers visitors an authentic colonial experience amidst one of the most picturesque colonial backdrops to be found anywhere in Mexico. Guanajuato is clean, tidy, and very safe. Its cobbled streets twist and turn, so just walking around is an adventure. The city’s maze-like layout often creates opportunities for serendipitous encounters, with visitors discovering things they had never planned to see, but are glad they did. San Miguel de Allende is one of the most popular towns in Mexico both among Mexicans and the foreigners. It is located 100 kms from Leon. The town is a Unesco world Heritage site since 2008. It has a big expat community for that reason its colonial center is full with restaurants and bars. Despite being a small town, San Miguel has lots to offer and discover. To learn more about San Miguel de Allende, you can check the link below; https://www.lonelyplanet.com/mexico/northern-central-highlands/san-miguel-de-allende To have more information regarding what to do in Guanajuato, you can check the following links; https://www.mexperience.com/travel/colonial/guanajuato/

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The objective of this project is to help the local communities with recreational and restorative activities. The project is organized by the government institution Educafin. The project aims to bring the young people from different countries together with the people of Guanajuato and create an intercultural atmosphere through collective work.
Organisation Vive Mexico Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Leon Bus Station Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Mexico: Working with Indigenous Children I VIVE18.04
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4/07/2018 - 17/07/2018
Extra-Gebühr EUR 150
10 Freiwillige
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Volunteers with the students of the university Puebla will organize workshops of crafts, recycling, ornamental and botanical gardening, dancing, painting and cooking international dishes. You will also help with the construction of gardens, put in practice the cultural exchange through dance and language workshops. Volunteers will help in cleaning activities and maintenance of the Houses of the Indigenous Children. This project is the perfect opportunity to learn or improve your Spanish and indigenous languages!

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Volunteers will be hosted in a private house with all facilities, kitchen, dining room, sleeping rooms, place to wash clothes and hot water, there are no beds so please bring an air mat and sleeping bag.

Lage und Freizeit

Zacapoaxtla is located in the northern part of the State of Puebla and it has 8062 inhabitants. Located 172 km from the capital of the state which is also called city of Puebla.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The goal of this project is to share your culture with indigenous children and indigenous youngsters. Also you will be acquiring life skills and tools to improve the quality of life of the local population through promoting respect and mutual learning and growth.
Organisation Vive Mexico Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Zaragoza Bus Station Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Mexico: Securing the Crosses in Morelia Cit VIVE18.06
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11/07/2018 - 24/07/2018
Extra-Gebühr EUR 190
15 Freiwillige
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Volunteers are expected to be creative, active and eager to take initiative. They should also be collaborative, tolerant and flexible while working. The volunteers will be working and modifying certain intersection signs on the streets of Morelia on conflicting points for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians. They will also be working on creating some murals on pedestrian areas of the city. They can also contribute to the project with examples from their own countries.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Food and accommodation will be provided during the workcamp.

Lage und Freizeit

The camp will be organized at Morelia city, a very beautiful place and the state capital of Michoacan. It’s a dynamic and beautiful city and an increasingly popular tourist destination, and rightly so: the colonial heart of the city is so well preserved that it was declared a Unesco World Heritage site in 1991, and its cathedral is not just gorgeous, it’s inspirational. Morelia, founded in 1541, was one of the first Spanish cities in Nueva España. The first viceroy, Antonio de Mendoza, named it Valladolid after the Spanish city and he encouraged Spanish nobility to move here with their families. In 1828, after Nueva España had become the Republic of Mexico, the city was renamed Morelia in honor of local hero José María Morelos y Pavón, a key figure in Mexico’s independence. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/mexico/western-central-highlands/morelia/introduction#ixzz4WVZJrpPP Read more: http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/585/gallery/ You can walk in downtown which has many cultural activities and discover the variety of historical buildings and monuments, for those looking to surround themselves by natural wonders can visit the Island of Janitzio or the ancient pyramids of Tzintzuntzan, the magical towns of Patzcuaro, Santa Clara del Cobre, and several ceremonial centers of the Mesoamerican pre-Hispanic culture.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The objective of this project is to increase the consciousness regarding following the rules of traffic. In Morelia, the cyclists and pedestrians are in a vulnerable position especially at the intersections. In order to decrease the number of accidents, the volunteers will help recreating the intersection signs and will contribute to creating mechanisms to analyze other projects relate to the motorized mobility in cities and its problems.
Organisation Vive Mexico Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Morelia Bus Station Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Mexico: Intercultural and Environmental Pro VIVE18.07
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11/07/2018 - 24/07/2018
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14 Freiwillige
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The plan of activities are listed below; Week I 11/07: Arrival of the volunteers. Welcoming activities and orientation 12/07: 09:00 Activities with elders in the local retirement home 14:00 Lunch 16:00 Tour at the center of Queretaro 13/07: 09:00 Activity in collaboration with the municipality at a Children’s Home 13:00 Lunch 14:00 Muralism Workshop (graffiti) 14/07: 08:00 Preparing the terrain for forestation 11:00 Reforestation and intercultural activities with the university students 15/07: Discovering Queretaro 16/07: Designing murals at a park in the city 17/07: Integration meeting with the volunteers and the coordinators to share experiences/feedback regarding the project 18/07: 15:00 Farewell lunch 18:00 Travel to San Miguel de Allende 19:00 Arrival to San Miguel and welcoming activity Week II 19/07: 10:00 Presentation – How to do it San Miguel style? 11:00 Talk regarding the purpose of life 20/07: 10:00 Talent show by the participants at Angela Peralta Theater with the help of local students 21/07: 09:00 Restauration of a home of a family in need 22/07: 09:00 Breakfast 10:00 Discovering San Miguel de Allende 23/07: 09:00 Recording a video clip with local musicians 24/07: 12:00 Organizing an international barbecue with the volunteers and the Youth Council of the Exchange Agency 15:00 Farewell

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Food and accommodation will be provided during the workcamp.

Lage und Freizeit

As the workcamp is organized in two different cities, you will have more chances to discover. Queretaro is a colonial city with an increasing youth population. Its historical center is full with pedestrian streets, gorgeous plazas and baroque style churches. The Spanish took control of the city in 1531 and designated it the “third city of New Spain”. It was here where the father’s of Mexico’s Independence Movement met in secret to discuss the overthrow of their Spanish rulers. San Miguel de Allende is one of the most popular towns in Mexico both among Mexicans and the foreigners. The town is a Unesco world Heritage site since 2008. It has a big expat community for that reason its colonial center is full with restaurants and bars. Despite being a small town, San Miguel has lots to offer and discover. To learn more about Queretaro and San Miguel de Allende, you can check the links below; https://www.lonelyplanet.com/mexico/northern-central-highlands/queretaro https://www.lonelyplanet.com/mexico/northern-central-highlands/san-miguel-de-allende Surrounding Queretaro, there are a series of beautiful small towns like Tequisquiapan and San Juan del Rio. This area is one of Mexico’s natural hot spring regions, which are a very popular attraction with locals and visitors. Not far from San Miguel de Allende there is the state capital Guanajuato. Travelling there is like stepping back in time; the city is remarkable and offers visitors an authentic colonial experience amidst one of the most picturesque colonial backdrops to be found anywhere in Mexico. Guanajuato is clean, tidy, and very safe. Its cobbled streets twist and turn, so just walking around is an adventure. The city’s maze-like layout often creates opportunities for serendipitous encounters, with visitors discovering things they had never planned to see, but are glad they did. To have more information regarding what to do in the states of Queretaro and Guanajuato, you can check the following links; https://www.mexperience.com/travel/colonial/guanajuato/ https://www.mexperience.com/travel/colonial/queretaro/

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

This is a very special project that will be organized in two different cities/states of Mexico. The first week the volunteers will be in the city of Queretaro and the second week will be organized in one of the most beautiful towns in Mexico, San Miguel de Allende. The project aims to motivate the young people to be more environment friendly, respect the green spaces and help their restauration. In addition, it will focus on improving the lives of people with less opportunities with youth action. If you are interested in meeting locals, discover new places, exchange life stories and leaving a mark in people´s lives, this project is for you!
Organisation Vive Mexico Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Queretaro Bus Station Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Mexico: Intercultural Project with Hearing VIVE18.09
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18/07/2018 - 31/07/2018
Extra-Gebühr EUR 150
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The activities will mainly focus on sharing experiences of hard of hearing people coming from different countries. The objective is to reveal the difficulties in social, educative and work life and discover the similarities and differences between different countries. In addition, the participants will be creating a mural collectively to emphasize the inclusion of hard of hearing people in social and work life. There will be also touristic tours organized told in sign language and the participants will organize a FlashMob together.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Hosting and food will be provided during the project.

Lage und Freizeit

The camp will be organized at Morelia city, a very beautiful place and the state capital of Michoacan. It’s a dynamic and beautiful city and an increasingly popular tourist destination, and rightly so: the colonial heart of the city is so well preserved that it was declared a Unesco World Heritage site in 1991, and its cathedral is not just gorgeous, it’s inspirational. Morelia, founded in 1541, was one of the first Spanish cities in Nueva España. The first viceroy, Antonio de Mendoza, named it Valladolid after the Spanish city and he encouraged Spanish nobility to move here with their families. In 1828, after Nueva España had become the Republic of Mexico, the city was renamed Morelia in honor of local hero José María Morelos y Pavón, a key figure in Mexico’s independence. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/mexico/western-central-highlands/morelia/introduction#ixzz4WVZJrpPP Read more: http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/585/gallery/ You can walk in downtown which has many cultural activities and discover the variety of historical buildings and monuments, for those looking to surround themselves by natural wonders can visit the Island of Janitzio or the ancient pyramids of Tzintzuntzan, the magical towns of Patzcuaro, Santa Clara del Cobre, and several ceremonial centers of the Mesoamerican pre-Hispanic culture.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The main objective of this project is to increase the awareness and inclusion of hard of hearing/deaf people by bringing people with same disability together. The priority will be given to people with hard of hearing or talking during the application process. People who worked with deaf people and/or can use a sign language can apply as well.
Organisation Vive Mexico Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Morelia Bus Station Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Mexico: SEA TURTLES Conservation II VIVE18.08
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18/07/2018 - 30/07/2018
Extra-Gebühr EUR 295
20 Freiwillige
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The volunteers will be working at night from 20:00 to 08:00, four days per week with an average of thirty hours. Depending the number of turtles that come ashore, two teams might be formed among the volunteers. In this way, each group will be taking turns, working one night and taking the next night off for recovery. In addition, the weekends are also spared for resting. Some of the activities to be performed are: 1. Finding adult turtles and collect their eggs. 2. Moving the eggs to a protected place called Vivero. 3. Releasing newborn baby turtles into the sea. 4. Patrolling the beaches at night. 5. Making some reconstruction in the most important turtle camps of the region. If you love nature, want to have a great time by the beautiful beaches, at the same time enjoying all the amenities of a hotel and witnessing the magical spectacle of natural miracles that has been reoccurring since millions of years... then this project is for you!

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Volunteers will be hosted in a hotel in a shared room with all facilities at their disposal namely, private bathroom, hot water, swimming pool, WIFI, and air conditioning.

Lage und Freizeit

Rincon de Guayabitos, also known as Guayabitos, is a beach town located in the astonishing Sierra Madre Occidental, in the state of Nayarit and bathed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean. It is a popular tourist destination due to its proximity to the cities of Tepic, Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta. Riviera Nayarit is emerging as one of the most attractive and magic destinations of Mexico. The area extends approximately 300 kilometers along the coast, integrated by mountainous jungle and facing coastal islands. For those seeking a more rural and rustic experience with magic beach towns in Mexico, the Riviera has a massive open space for everyone along the Nayarit coast, also, for those who want to relax there are also quiet beaches and there are other beaches with heavy waves for surfers.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Vive Mexico has been organizing this project regularly in Rincon de Guayabitos, Nayarit since 2014. The main achievement of the project is to protect the sea turtles with the help of volunteers who will be cooperating with a team of biologists. Up to now, the project has been quite successful and has reached extraordinary results. Participating in sea turtle conservation is a great opportunity to discover the rather charming life of sea turtles.

Treffpunkt

At the hotel
Organisation Vive Mexico Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen La Peñita de Jaltemba Bus Station Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Mexico: SUMMER CAMP A-VIMEX 18/10
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21/07/2018 - 8/08/2018
Extra-Gebühr MXP 3900
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Doing different activities with children and young people (150 or more) such as: playing football, basketball, athletics, play games, drawing, singing, swimming, visiting some interesting and beautiful places, handicrafts, sports and cultural arts with the community from Tamazulapam. You are going to interact with the young community of the village and make new friends.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

ACCOMODATION: The lodging will be at Casa del Sol.FOOD: Generally, the meals will be cooked by the volunteers. It is possible that the women from the community will cook the meals from time to time.

Lage und Freizeit

ACCOMODATION: The lodging will be at Casa del Sol.FREETIME: Visiting close places and towns such as:- El Canon: an antique and mystical place with ancient paintings- Tepoxcolula: with an ex-convent with tunnels and ancient paintings- Yanhuitlan: has an antique church with a convent.- Las Tinitas: with beautiful waterfalls and landscapes.Oaxaca City at 2 hours by public transport.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Since 9 years ago the project has been developed in cooperation between VIMEX A.C. and Casa del Sol, an independent organization formed by parents whose purpose is to provide children and adolescents from Villa del Progreso, Tamazulapam, a space for initiation, growth, assessment and training in arts, sports, education and cultural areas.

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FREETIME: Visiting close places and towns such as:- El Canon: an antique and mystical place with ancient paintings- Tepoxcolula: with an ex-convent with tunnels and ancient paintings- Yanhuitlan: has an antique church with a convent.- Las Tinitas: with beautiful waterfalls and landscapes.Oaxaca City at 2 hours by public transport.
Organisation VIMEX Alter 18 - 28 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Tamazulapam Projekt-Sprache(n) Spanish , English
country Mexico: SEA TURTLES Conservation III VIVE18.10
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1/08/2018 - 13/08/2018
Extra-Gebühr EUR 295
20 Freiwillige
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The volunteers will be working at night from 20:00 to 08:00, four days per week with an average of thirty hours. Depending the number of turtles that come ashore, two teams might be formed among the volunteers. In this way, each group will be taking turns, working one night and taking the next night off for recovery. In addition, the weekends are also spared for resting. Some of the activities to be performed are: 1. Finding adult turtles and collect their eggs. 2. Moving the eggs to a protected place called Vivero. 3. Releasing newborn baby turtles into the sea. 4. Patrolling the beaches at night. 5. Making some reconstruction in the most important turtle camps of the region. If you love nature, want to have a great time by the beautiful beaches, at the same time enjoying all the amenities of a hotel and witnessing the magical spectacle of natural miracles that has been reoccurring since millions of years... then this project is for you!

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Volunteers will be hosted in a hotel in a shared room with all facilities at their disposal namely, private bathroom, hot water, swimming pool, WIFI, and air conditioning.

Lage und Freizeit

Rincon de Guayabitos, also known as Guayabitos, is a beach town located in the astonishing Sierra Madre Occidental, in the state of Nayarit and bathed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean. It is a popular tourist destination due to its proximity to the cities of Tepic, Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta. Riviera Nayarit is emerging as one of the most attractive and magic destinations of Mexico. The area extends approximately 300 kilometers along the coast, integrated by mountainous jungle and facing coastal islands. For those seeking a more rural and rustic experience with magic beach towns in Mexico, the Riviera has a massive open space for everyone along the Nayarit coast, also, for those who want to relax there are also quiet beaches and there are other beaches with heavy waves for surfers.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

Vive Mexico has been organizing this project regularly in Rincon de Guayabitos, Nayarit since 2014. The main achievement of the project is to protect the sea turtles with the help of volunteers who will be cooperating with a team of biologists. Up to now, the project has been quite successful and has reached extraordinary results. Participating in sea turtle conservation is a great opportunity to discover the rather charming life of sea turtles.
Organisation Vive Mexico Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Mexico: Art Therapy for Children VIVE18.11
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1/08/2018 - 14/08/2018
Extra-Gebühr EUR 190
9 Freiwillige
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Volunteers will help and support art workshops, help in the elaboration of plastic works arts and support in the sensitization to the population through expressions of art produced by children and teenagers with Cancer.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

Food and accommodation will be provided during the workcamp.

Lage und Freizeit

The camp will be organized at Morelia city, a very beautiful place and the state capital of Michoacan. It’s a dynamic and beautiful city and an increasingly popular tourist destination, and rightly so: the colonial heart of the city is so well preserved that it was declared a Unesco World Heritage site in 1991, and its cathedral is not just gorgeous, it’s inspirational. Morelia, founded in 1541, was one of the first Spanish cities in Nueva España. The first viceroy, Antonio de Mendoza, named it Valladolid after the Spanish city and he encouraged Spanish nobility to move here with their families. In 1828, after Nueva España had become the Republic of Mexico, the city was renamed Morelia in honor of local hero José María Morelos y Pavón, a key figure in Mexico’s independence. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/mexico/western-central-highlands/morelia/introduction#ixzz4WVZJrpPP Read more: http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/585/gallery/ You can walk in downtown which has many cultural activities and discover the variety of historical buildings and monuments, for those looking to surround themselves by natural wonders can visit the Island of Janitzio or the ancient pyramids of Tzintzuntzan, the magical towns of Patzcuaro, Santa Clara del Cobre, and several ceremonial centers of the Mesoamerican pre-Hispanic culture.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The objective of this project is to develop workshops of art therapy where through music and visual art seeks to express various stages of the patients' awareness, through various plastic techniques that benefit reflection, expression and relaxation with workshops will led by professional plastic artists. This project is supported methodologically by the Mexican Association for the Help of Children with Cancer, which is dedicated to the comprehensive care of children and adolescents of low resources suffering from Cancer.
Organisation Vive Mexico Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Morelia Bus Station Projekt-Sprache(n) English , Spanish
country Mexico: Entrepreneurship Project VIVE18.12
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1/08/2018 - 14/08/2018
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During the project, workshops will be organized regularly. The workshops will be about business planning, networking, innovation. The volunteers are expected to participate in the workshops and contribute from their own experiences or examples from their countries. In addition, there will be meetings organized with local entrepreneurs. During the project some touristic visits are planned as well.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

The volunteers will be hosted in apartments with dormitories. Food will be provided.

Lage und Freizeit

The workcamp will be organized in Tolcayuca in the state of Hidalgo. Tolcayuca is located on the north of Mexico City. It takes around one hour by car. The university is located in Tolcayuca which is located between Mexico City and the capital of Hidalgo, Pachuca. The volunteers can travel to Mexico City or other parts of the state of Hidalgo on their spare time. There are several archeological sites in the area to visit. Tula de Allende is an archeological site located in Hidalgo. Also, Tolantongo is famous with its thermal water resources. From the link below you can reach more information about Hidalgo; https://www.visitmexico.com/en/main-destinations/hidalgo

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The project will be organized at the Metropolitan Polytechnic University of Hidalgo. The objective of the project is to learn about entrepreneurship and share experiences collectively.
Organisation Vive Mexico Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Projekt-Sprache(n) English
country Mexico: TURTLES CAMP A-VIMEX18/01
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1/08/2018 - 15/08/2018
Extra-Gebühr EUR 170
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The Activities will be:-Night vigilance to avoid the plunder of nests and the slaughter of the mother turtles in the most extensive beach in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo.-Understanding topics related to biology, ecology and conservation of the marine turtles as well as the problematics of its conservation in the community.-Activities of monitoring, collection of nests and liberation of baby turtles will be realized.-Cleaning of the beach. -Educating children and young women of the community about the conservation of the marine turtles, recycling and organic agriculture.-Elaboration of handcrafts for fund raising. -Support the community events/School visits-In the afternoons there is some free time due to the heat, this is why we ask the volunteers to bring some games to share with the other volunteers.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

ACCOMODATION: The project is providing a wide zone to camp which consists of a cabin, baths (with warm water) and a kitchen.FOOD: Meals will be prepared by the volunteers.

Lage und Freizeit

LOCATION: The Turtle Camp is located in Playa Blanca, 25 min from Zihuatanejo s City. To come to Zihuatanejo from Mexico City, the volunteers will take a bus (8 hrs). Being in the city, you can go by local transport ipublic taxi-. FREE TIME: In the free time the volunteers will be able to visit the community of the Coacoyul, Zihuatanejo city, Barra de Potosi (Barr of Fortune), you can also visit Ixtapa, which is a very well-known resort.

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

VIMEX and Ayotlcalli organization have the aim to contribute to the recovery and conservation of 3 species of sea turtles on the verge of extinction that visit Ixtapa - Zihuatanejo Gro. each year, which are the Golfina Turtle (olive Lepidochelys), the Blackish Turtle (Chelonia agassizi) and the Lute Turtle (Dermochelys coracea). The efforts to preserve these species consist of two ways:-Night vigilance to avoid the plunder of nests and the slaughter of the mother turtles in the most extensive beach in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo.-Environmental Education for the sustainability and conservation of the natural resources in the zone of influence.-Problems of the marine turtles in the zone are: In spite of the fact that the marine turtles are important for its ecological role inside the aquatic and coastal ecosystems and contribute to the health of the reefs, meadows of marine pastures as well as of the estuaries and sandy beaches worldwide, the populations of the different species of marine turtles are limited. In the beach of monitoring, the consumption and utilization of the derivates of the species, which are meat, fat, skin (leather) and turtle-shell, are deeply culturally rooted.

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You can take the Intensive Spanish Course that we offer to the volunteers in our camps before the camp starts.

Anforderungen

Good disposal of team work, dedication, responsibility and enthusiasm regarding the work, positive energy, interest in learning and enjoying oneself. You can bring your own tent if you like. In case of being under some medical treatment please bring your medicine with you.
Organisation VIMEX Alter 18 - 28 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Zihuatanejo Projekt-Sprache(n) English , Spanish
country Mexico: Environmental Project at the Retire VIVE18.13
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1/08/2018 - 14/08/2018
Extra-Gebühr 0
10 Freiwillige
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The first week of the project will be focusing on creating green spaces at the retirement home. During the second week the volunteers will be visiting different towns in Hidalgo such as Tizayuca, Zapotlan and Villa de Tezontepec and organizing activities with different communities. The volunteers are expected to work with the communities in order to increase the consciousness about eating organic vegetables and fruits, creating more green spaces, and reducing waste by using it as fertilizer or preparing a compost.

Unterkunft und Verpflegung

The volunteers will be hosted in apartments with dormitories. Food will be provided.

Lage und Freizeit

The workcamp will be organized in Tolcayuca in the state of Hidalgo. Tolcayuca is located on the north of Mexico City. It takes around one hour by car. The university is located in Tolcayuca which is located between Mexico City and the capital of Hidalgo, Pachuca. The volunteers can travel to Mexico City or other parts of the state of Hidalgo on their spare time. There are several archeological sites in the area to visit. Tula de Allende is an archeological site located in Hidalgo also there Tolantongo is famous with its thermal water resources. From the link below you can reach more information about Hidalgo; https://www.visitmexico.com/en/main-destinations/hidalgo

Wer organisiert das Projekt?

The main objective of the this project is to improve the lives of the people living in the retirement home by creating green spaces, planting fruits and vegetables and organizing activities with them. The project will be organized in cooperation with the municipality of Tolcayuca, Hidalgo. In addition the project also aims to bring volunteers and different communities from Hidalgo together.
Organisation Vive Mexico Alter 18 - 99 Alter
Nächster Flughafen Projekt-Sprache(n) English
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