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country Mexico: BRIHER SUSTAINABLE FARMS NEW AGE 01/2021
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1/02/2021 - 31/12/2021
Additional host fee MXP 190
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10 volunteers (5 Male / 5 female still needed)
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8729; Activities of manufacture of agro-technologies, qualification of free zones of organic cultivation, reforestation, qualification areas of training, manufacture and installation of cattle ships in small and medium species, investigation of regional historical events, identification of zones of ecological recovery and alternative tourist attractions will be made. 8729; Constant coexistence for instruction, training, dialogue, cultural education and recreation with small producers and city consumers for orientation and participation in conservation and regeneration of endemic ecosystems.

Accomodation and food

Accommodation will be with families from the community or at the Center for Agricultural Technology Development which has rooms with independent bathrooms and full services. Volunteers will clean their room and will have laundry facilities. The supplies will be paid by the volunteers.The food will be provided by the project and prepared in several occasions elaborated by the volunteers under an organizing plan. There will be an outdoor kitchen and another kitchenette for training events.

Location and leisure

Maravillas, Hidalgo, the municipality of Nopala de Villagran. It is 2.5 hours from Mexico City by bus. You will be able to carry out recreational activities within the facilities of the Center of Agricultural Technological Development or tours to magical towns of Huichapan and Tecozautla, different archaeological zones and thermal water spas, archeological sites (Tula), natural areas, sports events of different categories from charreria to extreme sports fishing with hook, hiking, visits to dams or lakes.

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The project is being developed in cooperation with the Municipality of Nopala de Villagran, VIMEX A.C, Centro de Capacitacion y Desarrollo Tecnologico Agropecuario CUTHEJE, and Granjas Sustentables BRIHER, which is an independent organization, with the purpose of developing organic and sustainable agricultural production companies for high and medium marginalized communities located within a 7.5 km radius of the training facilities. It is a space for initiation, growth, appreciation and training activities in the areas of agricultural, livestock and tourism education with recovery and conservation of the endemic natural environment.

Meeting point

The meeting point according to previous agreement.

Additional comments

20 days , 190 euros; 3 months, 300 euros; 6 months, 450 euros .

Requirements

Willingness to work in team, as well as dedication, responsibility, and availability to work with children and teenagers. Bring your own life insurance. Bring clothes according to the activities.

Sustainable Development Goals

Sustainable Cities and Communities Responsible Consumption and Production
Organization VIMEX Age 18 - 28 Age
Nearest terminal HIDALGO Languages spoken Spanish , English
country Mexico: MEXICO - Natural Park Apizaquito VIVE21.04
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7/07/2021 - 20/07/2021
Additional host fee 0
Construction
Environmental
13 volunteers (6 Male / 6 female still needed)
Construction
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The activities that will have place during the project are: - Construction and rehabilitation of space. - Re-afforestation of green areas. - Support in environmental awareness programs. - Space diffusion.

Accomodation and food

Food and hosting will be provided during the workcamp.

Location and leisure

Apizaco is located in the state of Tlaxcala and it is around half-hour away by car from the capital, Tlaxcala. The name of Apizaco comes from the local indigenous language of Nahuatl from the words "ATL" (water), "pitzāhuac" (thin, smooth), and the suffix "co" (local). During their free time, the volunteers can spend time in Tlaxcala which is the capital of the smallest state of Mexico. The state’s name is Tlaxcala as well. It has a small colonial downtown with a large student population, good restaurants, and cafes with a vibrant cultural life. As it is not far from the state of Mexico and Puebla, the volunteers can travel to both states by bus and discover the beautiful Mexico City and Puebla. To have more information about Tlaxcala; https://www.lonelyplanet.com/mexico/east-of-mexico-city/tlaxcala https://www.visitmexico.com/en/main-destinations/tlaxcala/tlaxcala

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The state of Tlaxcala is a hidden gem located just two hours car-ride from Mexico City and thirty minutes from Puebla. The workcamp will be organized by the Youth Institute of the Municipality of Apizaco. Within the Municipality there are not enough outdoor recreation areas for recreational, social, cultural and sports activities. With this project that has the objective to perform the rehabilitation and construction of the space called “Parque Anden”, which is generated for the recreation of the “Apizaquense” citizenship and generate what is known as a natural lung in the heart of the city of Apizaco, unique of its kind in the state.

Additional comments

IMPORTANT: Due to the situation that still exists on COVID-19 we would like to remind you of the security measures that will be taken during the workcamp. - Each volunteer will have their face mask (that each one will bring to the camp) which will be used in the areas indicated by the health protocols, that is for example at a public space. - The healthy distance will be practiced respecting in public places and only excepting people from the work team. -And volunteer will pay attention and respect the additional instructions that the coordinator of the workcamp have implement regarding preventive protocols against COVID-19. Please remember that these measures are as much to protect others as they are to protect us. We invite volunteers to review in the same way the travel requirements to go to Mexico on the following website: https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-covid-19-entry-requirements-for-travelers/
Organization Vive Mexico Age 18 - 99 Age
Nearest terminal Bus Station at Tlaxcala, Apizaco, Humantla (ATAH) Languages spoken English
country Mexico: MEXICO - Sea Turtles Conservation I VIVE21.02
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7/07/2021 - 19/07/2021
Additional host fee EUR 310
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20 volunteers (6 Male / 5 female still needed)
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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 on 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!

Accomodation and food

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.

Location and leisure

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. Read more: http://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/magical-puerto-vallarta.php

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Vive Mexico has been organizing this workcamp 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.

Additional comments

IMPORTANT: Due to the situation that still exists on COVID-19 we would like to remind you of the security measures that will be taken during the workcamp. - Each volunteer will have their face mask (that each one will bring to the camp) which will be used in the areas indicated by the health protocols, that is for example at a public space. - The healthy distance will be practiced respecting in public places and only excepting people from the work team. -And volunteer will pay attention and respect the additional instructions that the coordinator of the workcamp have implement regarding preventive protocols against COVID-19. Please remember that these measures are as much to protect others as they are to protect us. We invite volunteers to review in the same way the travel requirements to go to Mexico on the following website: https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-covid-19-entry-requirements-for-travelers/
Organization Vive Mexico Age 18 - 99 Age
Nearest terminal La Peñita de Jaltemba, Nayarit. Languages spoken English
country Mexico: MEXICO - Summer Children VIVE21.03
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7/07/2021 - 20/07/2021
Additional host fee 0
Sport
Kids
10 volunteers (4 Male / 4 female still needed)
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Some of the main activities that the volunteer will be working at the “Guardado” community place in this project are: - Give sports activities as trainers. - Give classes or cultural workshops. - Teach English. - Prepare activities and games for children in communities.

Accomodation and food

Volunteers will be hosted in a private house that will have all the facilities at their disposal namely, private bathroom, hot water, and internet. Food will be provided.

Location and leisure

The city of Aguascalientes in the center of the Mexican Republic, it is one of the most important cities in the Bajio region. Its name comes from the hot springs in the area, which attracted the first settlers, more than twenty thousand years ago. With a long industrial and commercial trajectory, it has experienced unstoppable growth in recent times, until it became one of the largest and most populated urban centers in the entire center of the country. The metropolitan area of Aguascalientes adjoins several populations that until recently were neighbors. In addition to its tourist attractions, it has a high level of sustainability and quality of life. The tourist places of Aguascalientes reflect their cultural identity as a producer of guava (a mexican fruit) and railway tradition. This is a state of northern Mexico founded in 1575 as a refuge for those who traveled the “Ruta de la Plata” (Silver Route in English). Its name, that in English mean hot waters, is due to the important presence of hot springs. Other main attractions apart from walking the historic streets of the city and knowing the gastronomy and culture, are the natural reserves like “Sierra Fria” a great diversity of museums for example “Museo Jose Guadalupe Posada” and many other activities. To learn more about Aguascalientes, you can check the link below: https://www.visitmexico.com/es/destinos-principales/aguascalientes/aguascalientes http://www.sectur.gob.mx/programas/gestion-de-destinos/productos-turisticos/tesoros-coloniales/aguascalientes/

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This project is organized by the University Panamericana Campus of Aguascalientes, and the main objective is to get help to the communities that are in a state of marginalization or vulnerability in the state of Aguascalientes. The volunteer will be helping and participating in the imparting of a summer course for children in the communities of social work projects that the University of Aguascalientes has adopted as an institution. (Cultural, sporting, recreational activities)

Additional comments

IMPORTANT: Due to the situation that still exists on COVID-19 we would like to remind you of the security measures that will be taken during the workcamp. - Each volunteer will have their face mask (that each one will bring to the camp) which will be used in the areas indicated by the health protocols, that is for example at a public space. - The healthy distance will be practiced respecting in public places and only excepting people from the work team. -And volunteer will pay attention and respect the additional instructions that the coordinator of the workcamp have implement regarding preventive protocols against COVID-19. Please remember that these measures are as much to protect others as they are to protect us. We invite volunteers to review in the same way the travel requirements to go to Mexico on the following website: https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-covid-19-entry-requirements-for-travelers/
Organization Vive Mexico Age 18 - 99 Age
Nearest terminal “Aguascalientes” bus station. Languages spoken English
country Mexico: MEXICO - Sea Turtles Conservation VIVE21.07
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21/07/2021 - 2/08/2021
Additional host fee EUR 310
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20 volunteers (8 Male / 7 female still needed)
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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 on 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!

Accomodation and food

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.

Location and leisure

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. Read more: http://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/magical-puerto-vallarta.php

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Vive Mexico has been organizing this workcamp 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.

Additional comments

IMPORTANT: Due to the situation that still exists on COVID-19 we would like to remind you of the security measures that will be taken during the workcamp. - Each volunteer will have their face mask (that each one will bring to the camp) which will be used in the areas indicated by the health protocols, that is for example at a public space. - The healthy distance will be practiced respecting in public places and only excepting people from the work team. -And volunteer will pay attention and respect the additional instructions that the coordinator of the workcamp have implement regarding preventive protocols against COVID-19. Please remember that these measures are as much to protect others as they are to protect us. We invite volunteers to review in the same way the travel requirements to go to Mexico on the following website: https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-covid-19-entry-requirements-for-travelers/
Organization Vive Mexico Age 18 - 99 Age
Nearest terminal La Peñita de Jaltemba, Nayarit. Languages spoken English
country Mexico: MEXICO - Sea Turtles Conservation VIVE21.08
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4/08/2021 - 16/08/2021
Additional host fee EUR 310
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20 volunteers (8 Male / 8 female still needed)
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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 on 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!

Accomodation and food

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.

Location and leisure

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. Read more: http://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/magical-puerto-vallarta.php

Project hosted by

Vive Mexico has been organizing this workcamp 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.

Additional comments

IMPORTANT: Due to the situation that still exists on COVID-19 we would like to remind you of the security measures that will be taken during the workcamp. - Each volunteer will have their face mask (that each one will bring to the camp) which will be used in the areas indicated by the health protocols, that is for example at a public space. - The healthy distance will be practiced respecting in public places and only excepting people from the work team. -And volunteer will pay attention and respect the additional instructions that the coordinator of the workcamp have implement regarding preventive protocols against COVID-19. Please remember that these measures are as much to protect others as they are to protect us. We invite volunteers to review in the same way the travel requirements to go to Mexico on the following website: https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-covid-19-entry-requirements-for-travelers/
Organization Vive Mexico Age 18 - 99 Age
Nearest terminal La Peñita de Jaltemba, Nayarit. Languages spoken English
country Mexico: MEXICO - Sea Turtles Conservation VIVE21.09
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18/08/2021 - 30/08/2021
Additional host fee EUR 310
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20 volunteers (9 Male / 9 female still needed)
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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 on 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!

Accomodation and food

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.

Location and leisure

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. Read more: http://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/magical-puerto-vallarta.php

Project hosted by

Vive Mexico has been organizing this workcamp 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.

Additional comments

IMPORTANT: Due to the situation that still exists on COVID-19 we would like to remind you of the security measures that will be taken during the workcamp. - Each volunteer will have their face mask (that each one will bring to the camp) which will be used in the areas indicated by the health protocols, that is for example at a public space. - The healthy distance will be practiced respecting in public places and only excepting people from the work team. -And volunteer will pay attention and respect the additional instructions that the coordinator of the workcamp have implement regarding preventive protocols against COVID-19. Please remember that these measures are as much to protect others as they are to protect us. We invite volunteers to review in the same way the travel requirements to go to Mexico on the following website: https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-covid-19-entry-requirements-for-travelers/
Organization Vive Mexico Age 18 - 99 Age
Nearest terminal La Peñita de Jaltemba, Nayarit. Languages spoken English
country Mexico: MEXICO - Sea Turtles Conservation VIVE21.10
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1/09/2021 - 13/09/2021
Additional host fee EUR 310
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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 on 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!

Accomodation and food

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.

Location and leisure

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. Read more: http://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/magical-puerto-vallarta.php

Project hosted by

Vive Mexico has been organizing this workcamp 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.

Additional comments

IMPORTANT: Due to the situation that still exists on COVID-19 we would like to remind you of the security measures that will be taken during the workcamp. - Each volunteer will have their face mask (that each one will bring to the camp) which will be used in the areas indicated by the health protocols, that is for example at a public space. - The healthy distance will be practiced respecting in public places and only excepting people from the work team. -And volunteer will pay attention and respect the additional instructions that the coordinator of the workcamp have implement regarding preventive protocols against COVID-19. Please remember that these measures are as much to protect others as they are to protect us. We invite volunteers to review in the same way the travel requirements to go to Mexico on the following website: https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-covid-19-entry-requirements-for-travelers/
Organization Vive Mexico Age 18 - 99 Age
Nearest terminal La Peñita de Jaltemba, Nayarit. Languages spoken English
country Mexico: MEXICO - Sea Turtles Conservation VIVE21.12
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15/09/2021 - 27/09/2021
Additional host fee EUR 310
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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 on 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!

Accomodation and food

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.

Location and leisure

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. Read more: http://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/magical-puerto-vallarta.php

Project hosted by

Vive Mexico has been organizing this workcamp 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.

Additional comments

IMPORTANT: Due to the situation that still exists on COVID-19 we would like to remind you of the security measures that will be taken during the workcamp. - Each volunteer will have their face mask (that each one will bring to the camp) which will be used in the areas indicated by the health protocols, that is for example at a public space. - The healthy distance will be practiced respecting in public places and only excepting people from the work team. -And volunteer will pay attention and respect the additional instructions that the coordinator of the workcamp have implement regarding preventive protocols against COVID-19. Please remember that these measures are as much to protect others as they are to protect us. We invite volunteers to review in the same way the travel requirements to go to Mexico on the following website: https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-covid-19-entry-requirements-for-travelers/
Organization Vive Mexico Age 18 - 99 Age
Nearest terminal La Peñita de Jaltemba, Nayarit. Languages spoken English
country Mexico: MEXICO - Sea Turtles Conservation VIVE21.13
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29/09/2021 - 11/10/2021
Additional host fee EUR 310
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20 volunteers (9 Male / 9 female still needed)
Already volunteers from: Denmark-flag France-flag + more
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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 on 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!

Accomodation and food

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.

Location and leisure

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. Read more: http://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/magical-puerto-vallarta.php

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Vive Mexico has been organizing this workcamp 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.

Additional comments

IMPORTANT: Due to the situation that still exists on COVID-19 we would like to remind you of the security measures that will be taken during the workcamp. - Each volunteer will have their face mask (that each one will bring to the camp) which will be used in the areas indicated by the health protocols, that is for example at a public space. - The healthy distance will be practiced respecting in public places and only excepting people from the work team. -And volunteer will pay attention and respect the additional instructions that the coordinator of the workcamp have implement regarding preventive protocols against COVID-19. Please remember that these measures are as much to protect others as they are to protect us. We invite volunteers to review in the same way the travel requirements to go to Mexico on the following website: https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-covid-19-entry-requirements-for-travelers/
Organization Vive Mexico Age 18 - 99 Age
Nearest terminal La Peñita de Jaltemba, Nayarit. Languages spoken English
country Mexico: MEXICO - Sea Turtles Conservation VIVE21.15
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13/10/2021 - 25/10/2021
Additional host fee EUR 310
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20 volunteers (10 Male / 10 female still needed)
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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 on 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!

Accomodation and food

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.

Location and leisure

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. Read more: http://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/magical-puerto-vallarta.php

Project hosted by

Vive Mexico has been organizing this workcamp 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.

Additional comments

IMPORTANT: Due to the situation that still exists on COVID-19 we would like to remind you of the security measures that will be taken during the workcamp. - Each volunteer will have their face mask (that each one will bring to the camp) which will be used in the areas indicated by the health protocols, that is for example at a public space. - The healthy distance will be practiced respecting in public places and only excepting people from the work team. -And volunteer will pay attention and respect the additional instructions that the coordinator of the workcamp have implement regarding preventive protocols against COVID-19. Please remember that these measures are as much to protect others as they are to protect us. We invite volunteers to review in the same way the travel requirements to go to Mexico on the following website: https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-covid-19-entry-requirements-for-travelers/
Organization Vive Mexico Age 18 - 99 Age
Nearest terminal La Peñita de Jaltemba, Nayarit. Languages spoken English
country Mexico: MEXICO - Sea Turtles Conservation VIVE21.16
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27/10/2021 - 8/11/2021
Additional host fee EUR 310
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20 volunteers (10 Male / 9 female still needed)
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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 on 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!

Accomodation and food

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.

Location and leisure

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. Read more: http://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/magical-puerto-vallarta.php

Project hosted by

Vive Mexico has been organizing this workcamp 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.

Additional comments

IMPORTANT: Due to the situation that still exists on COVID-19 we would like to remind you of the security measures that will be taken during the workcamp. - Each volunteer will have their face mask (that each one will bring to the camp) which will be used in the areas indicated by the health protocols, that is for example at a public space. - The healthy distance will be practiced respecting in public places and only excepting people from the work team. -And volunteer will pay attention and respect the additional instructions that the coordinator of the workcamp have implement regarding preventive protocols against COVID-19. Please remember that these measures are as much to protect others as they are to protect us. We invite volunteers to review in the same way the travel requirements to go to Mexico on the following website: https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-covid-19-entry-requirements-for-travelers/
Organization Vive Mexico Age 18 - 99 Age
Nearest terminal La Peñita de Jaltemba, Nayarit. Languages spoken English
country Mexico: MEXICO - Sea Turtles Conservation VIVE21.17
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10/11/2021 - 22/11/2021
Additional host fee EUR 310
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20 volunteers (10 Male / 9 female still needed)
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Work

The volunteers will be working at night from 20:00 to 08:00, four days per week with an average of thirty hours. Depending on 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!

Accomodation and food

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.

Location and leisure

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. Read more: http://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/magical-puerto-vallarta.php

Project hosted by

Vive Mexico has been organizing this workcamp 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.

Additional comments

IMPORTANT: Due to the situation that still exists on COVID-19 we would like to remind you of the security measures that will be taken during the workcamp. - Each volunteer will have their face mask (that each one will bring to the camp) which will be used in the areas indicated by the health protocols, that is for example at a public space. - The healthy distance will be practiced respecting in public places and only excepting people from the work team. -And volunteer will pay attention and respect the additional instructions that the coordinator of the workcamp have implement regarding preventive protocols against COVID-19. Please remember that these measures are as much to protect others as they are to protect us. We invite volunteers to review in the same way the travel requirements to go to Mexico on the following website: https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-covid-19-entry-requirements-for-travelers/
Organization Vive Mexico Age 18 - 99 Age
Nearest terminal La Peñita de Jaltemba, Nayarit. Languages spoken English
country Mexico: MEXICO - Sea Turtles Conservation VIVE21.18
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24/11/2021 - 6/12/2021
Additional host fee EUR 310
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20 volunteers (10 Male / 10 female still needed)
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Work

The volunteers will be working at night from 20:00 to 08:00, four days per week with an average of thirty hours. Depending on 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!

Accomodation and food

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.

Location and leisure

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. Read more: http://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/magical-puerto-vallarta.php

Project hosted by

Vive Mexico has been organizing this workcamp 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.

Additional comments

IMPORTANT: Due to the situation that still exists on COVID-19 we would like to remind you of the security measures that will be taken during the workcamp. - Each volunteer will have their face mask (that each one will bring to the camp) which will be used in the areas indicated by the health protocols, that is for example at a public space. - The healthy distance will be practiced respecting in public places and only excepting people from the work team. -And volunteer will pay attention and respect the additional instructions that the coordinator of the workcamp have implement regarding preventive protocols against COVID-19. Please remember that these measures are as much to protect others as they are to protect us. We invite volunteers to review in the same way the travel requirements to go to Mexico on the following website: https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-covid-19-entry-requirements-for-travelers/
Organization Vive Mexico Age 18 - 99 Age
Nearest terminal La Peñita de Jaltemba, Nayarit. Languages spoken English
country Mexico: MEXICO - Sea Turtles Conservation VIVE21.22.01
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12/01/2022 - 24/01/2022
Additional host fee EUR 310
Environmental
20 volunteers (10 Male / 9 female still needed)
Environmental
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Work

The volunteers will be working at night from 20:00 to 08:00, four days per week with an average of thirty hours. Depending on 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!

Accomodation and food

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.

Location and leisure

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. Read more: http://www.puertovallarta.net/fast_facts/magical-puerto-vallarta.php

Project hosted by

Vive Mexico has been organizing this workcamp 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.

Additional comments

IMPORTANT: Due to the situation that still exists on COVID-19 we would like to remind you of the security measures that will be taken during the workcamp. - Each volunteer will have their face mask (that each one will bring to the camp) which will be used in the areas indicated by the health protocols, that is for example at a public space. - The healthy distance will be practiced respecting in public places and only excepting people from the work team. -And volunteer will pay attention and respect the additional instructions that the coordinator of the workcamp have implement regarding preventive protocols against COVID-19. Please remember that these measures are as much to protect others as they are to protect us. We invite volunteers to review in the same way the travel requirements to go to Mexico on the following website: https://www.traveloffpath.com/mexico-covid-19-entry-requirements-for-travelers/
Organization Vive Mexico Age 18 - 99 Age
Nearest terminal La Peñita de Jaltemba, Nayarit. Languages spoken English
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