Two Months Volunteering
and exploring beautiful

One of the best experiences of my life

Where do I start with Bali, I came into this not really knowing what to expect but let me tell you. I can honestly say it was one of the best experiences of my life. I did marine conservation for 2 months which seems like a long time but time flies by to the point that 2 months is just not enough.

" I can’t recommend it enough. Do it, you won’t regret it."

During the week, the work consists of us building structures which would then be carried on to the boats to be dropped into the sea to help with the ecosystem. If you’re doing the PADI diving course, which I highly recommend, you’ll get a chance to go diving at the end of the week to move the structures. 

When we’re not working during the week, this is a great time to chill by the beach, lie on the hammock, play some volleyball, grab some drinks later on at Sunset Point, head to Wawawee in the evening for music and drinks (just watch the arak) but most importantly chatting and getting to know everyone. I met some great people over there. All very friendly and just sound people who are all looking for a good time.

On the weekends, this is the perfect time to travel around Bali. Camp gets very quiet during the weekend so definitely do something. Head to the Gili islands, head to Nusa Penida Island as well (make sure you get yourself to Kelingking Beach ), climb Mount Batur, visit a temple, go swimming at a waterfall, go snorkelling for manta rays, go diving at a shipwreck sight, get some nice food and drinks down you, and that’s just to name a few.

I get it, being in a completely new country especially by yourself is a lot to take in but you get used to how everything works so quickly and you can always ask the staff or whoever for help. Bali is a beautiful country with great people, amazing food, breathtaking views and many fun opportunities. I can’t recommend it enough.

Do it, you won’t regret it.

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Dive In And Help Make A Difference In Bali

Help build artificial reefs on our marine conservation programme in Bali.

Bali Marine