| Volunteer Adventures in Greece!
GoEco offers a diverse selection of wildlife, humanitarian
and environmental projects in Europe. You have
the opportunity to choose a sea turtle conservation project in Greece and expect the volunteer experience of a lifetime!
Dates: 2 weeks – 12 weeks
Costs: From $1,990 USD
Contact: GoEco Volunteering
Tel.: US: +1 646 240 4545
AU: +61 2 8014 9393
Abroad in Greece with Cross-Cultural Solutions
Experience another culture like never
before while making a real difference in people’s
lives. You’ll gain perspectives and insights
into the local culture and yourself. It’s
an exciting and personally inspiring experience,
and you’ll develop memories that will be
with you forever.
On each program, after volunteering for the day,
you'll be able to walk around your neighborhood
or explore some of the gorgeous spots nearby. We
proudly believe we provide the perfect mix of quality
work, cultural immersion, adventure, and relaxation—all
while having 24/7 access to CCS staff and support.
Make that life-changing decision to become a CCSer
Week to Three Months
Costs: Contact Us for Pricing
Contact: Cross-Cultural Solutions,
2 Clinton Place, New Rochelle, NY 10801.
Tel: US Toll Free: 1-800-380-4777
ARCHELON, the Sea Turtle Protection Society of Greece
Enthusiastic and committed volunteers are required for demanding sea turtle conservation projects run by ARCHELON in Greece. Zakynthos, Peloponnesus and Crete are major nesting areas for the loggerhead (Caretta caretta) turtle in the Mediterranean and have been monitored by ARCHELON, a non-profit making organization, for 20 years. In Athens, ARCHELON also runs the only Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Centre in Greece. Volunteers are invited to work on the island of Zakynthos where the first National Marine Park for sea turtles in the Mediterranean was established in 1999 and assist the Management Body of the Park in its task to protect the nesting beaches. In Peloponnesus, volunteers will protect nests from foxes and other mammals, experience the pilot project of sand dune restoration, help maintain nature trails and the running of the newly established Nature Information Centres. On the island of Crete, participants will work for the implementation of a Management Plan for the nesting areas. At the Sea Turtle Rescue Centre, volunteers will have the opportunity to assist our staff in daily treatment of sea turtles that suffer from accidental and deliberate injuries.
Global Vision International (GVI)
Turtle Conservation Volunteer Program in Greece
This volunteer program gives you the chance to live in the beautiful Bay of Lakonikos in the southern Peloponnese, while working with a team of international volunteers to conserve and protect one of the most important loggerhead turtle nesting areas in Greece.
Your team will perform surveys every morning to record nesting activity and protect turtle nests against predation by mammals and inundation by sea water. Volunteers also provide important conservation information to overseas visitors and the local community. Opportunities exist for you to explore the fascinating Greek culture and to enjoy the sights of the surrounding local area in your free time.
Contact: 888 653 6028; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Global Volunteers in Greece
Volunteer to teach English to youth and adults as well as gardening on the island of Crete in Greece.
Volunteers for Peace
VFP offers over 3000 projects in more than 90 countries every year, including Greece! Project cost starts at $500, which includes food and accommodation. Types of project include construction, environmental, agricultural, social, work with kids, renovation, art & culture and more! Since 1982, VFP has exchanged over 31,000 volunteers worldwide. Start planning your volunteer adventure or learn how to get involved at VFP.org!
Contact: 7 Kilburn St. STE 316, Burlington, VT 05401; tel. 1 (802) 540-3060; email@example.com, vfp.org