You've put together your kit, you've had your vaccinations, you've got your travel money, your bags are packed, you've checked your passport, you've got a sensation of nervous excitement: YOU'RE GOOD TO GO!
One World Adventures are pleased to announce that our new scuba diving projects are now available for groups. With flexibility to take both certified and new divers to complete the marine conservation projects they are already a very popular option for schools and colleges.
Where are you going on your next adventure? To the sand dunes of Namibia to help with big cat conservation, or perhaps a scuba diving adventure in Bonaire? Now is the perfect time to start planning an overseas trip a group from your school or college.
To celebrate the launch of our scuba diving conservation projects for schools and colleges, we are giving teachers and key school staff the opportunity to win one of six Discover Scuba Diving experiences in London! Entry closes on 6th May 2016 - read this blog to find out more!
Namibia: Here are some sound words of advice from one of our teachers who went to a school project in 2015. Think about what skills and experiences you can bring to your adventure to share with the people you will meet. Consider how you will be proactive on your project.
During preparation for your trip you will receive a comprehensive kit list. What footwear you should take will depend a lot on your itinerary. We generally suggest you take old and second hand items, but your feet are worth some investment. Have a read of our general footwear guidance.
Carate Beach on Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula is where one of our favourite projects is based. Trips are available year round, but July is best because it is the start of turtle egg laying season. Read how working with the local community is intrinsic to this project’s turtle conservation successes.