Ecuadorian Pacific Coast

Want to assist a Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Center at the Coast? The Center is located at the Ecuadorian coast close to Portoviejo in the province of Manabi. It’s located in a half humid forest, in a countryside community. They receive wild animals caught by the police and ministry as pets. They work on rehabilitating them back to the wild. Or you want to volunteer and teach arts and English in Puerto Lopez and help children develop skills. Be volunteer in a Fisherman Tribe in the Pacific Coast of Ecuador. They live in the Town Puerto Portobelo near San Vicente Bahia de Caraquez. They have a beautiful project to conserve the Mangroves of Chone River where they fish because the live from fishing. In the last decade a lot of Shrimps Farms developed in Manabi Province and they are destroying the original environment of it. Do Volunteer Work Coast Ecuador to be involved in this important project to protect the fragile Coastline of Ecuador and conserve our beautiful coast.

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Art & English Teacher Puerto Lopez

USD 465 / per person
If you have a passion for the arts then you can really make a difference by volunteering on our Teaching English & Arts – Puerto Lopez Volunteer Program. By spending time on a performing arts project, you can impart your knowledge about the art form you specialize in while learning about local traditions in Ecuador.
4 weeks / 3 weeks / 2 weeks / 1 week
Isla Corazon is a community ecotourism and conservation project whose aim is to protect and preserve the fragile mangrove ecosystems on the island. The island is home to many species of mangroves, and its unique ecosystem and was declared an important Wildlife Refuge by the Ministry of Environment in 2002. This project aims to use coastline conservation techniques as well as the education of the community to preserve this fragile ecosystem.
4 weeks / 3 weeks / 2 weeks / 1 week

Wildlife Rescue Center

USD 585 / per person
The Wildlife Rescue Center for wild animals project started in the beginning of 2015 on the Ecuadorian coast close to Portoviejo in the province of Manabi. It’s located in a half humid forest, in a rural community. Created by a Colombian biologist Viviana Gonzalez, a french animal keeper Franck Poirier, a veterinary specialized in wildlife Carlos Solorzano and an engineer in agronomy Vanessa Salazar, the center receives wild animals caught by the police and the environment ministry as pets or seized back from illegal traffickers. Some other animals are found…
4 weeks / 3 weeks / 2 weeks
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