Volunteering Galapagos Islands Ecuador

Volunteer Galapagos Islands
Volunteer Galapagos Islands Ecuador
Volunteer Galapagos Islands
Volunteer Galapagos Islands Ecuador
Volunteering Galapagos Islands Ecuador

The Galapagos Islands farm has 7 hectares, it is located in the highlands of the San Cristobal island site belongs to three brothers, where there is still native vegetation. The remaining native highland forests on the populated islands are quite limited due to farming activities in general, and the introduction of useful, but very invasive, species from the mainland therefore the farm is trying to conserve their native vegetation and reverse the negative effects of invasive or introduced species, restoring the native and endemic forests ! Volunteer Program Galapagos Islands Farm Ecuador.

Location

The San Cristobal Island is located at east side. It has 7,000 inhabitants. The island has its own enchanted with a restored airport. Volunteers will be met at San Cristobal airport by the program coordinator and go to the project by car.

Schedule

There is not a typical day, every day is different. You will live and work on the farm itself. Nature takes over when working in a place such as this, so you will get up early each morning to start work.

– Reforestation of the LandsVolunteer Program Galapagos Islands Farm Ecuador
– Helping famers with few economic resources that need help in their plantations
– Maintenance work in the school if needed
– Sow plant species that the tortoises like, and cut the same native plant for feed the tortoises.
– You will be involved in the restoration of habitats
– Assisting with the organic agriculture component at the nursery of the National Park once in a week

Accommodations

Volunteer’s house has 6 bedrooms, with 3 bathroom and 2 shower with hot water outside of the house. Volunteers share bedroom from 4 people. The farm provides cleaning and maintenance supplies for the house. However, volunteers are responsible for toiletries (bath towels, toilet paper, soap) and extra drinks. Three meals a day are served in the farm by a local staff, vary and nutritional food.

Cost Breakdown

This program may have a Reservation Fee, which is included in the total cost and is due once you commit to the program, with the remaining Program Fee balance due 30 days before your arrival date.

1 week:     $419 Longer:     +$246 per week

Does NOT include:

– OPTIONAL : Pick up from Quito and 1 night in a Family Host ($75)
– Flight to San Cristobal (Quito to Galapagos Islands)
– Galapagos Park Entrance Fee ($110)

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Note: All listed prices are in US Dollars.

How To Sign Up

Signing up is a three-step process:

  • Fill out an Inquiry Form. Please note: submissions must be made at least 4 weeks prior to your prospective start date.
  • A member of the Volunteer Global team will get in touch with you to confirm program availability for your chosen dates, and schedule an interview if needed.
  • Once your interview is complete, you will be notified to submit your Reservation Fee to reserve your program and schedule. Your final Program Fee is due at least 4 weeks prior to in-country arrival in order to reserve your placement.

Important Note

This is a pilot program. As part of our program development process, we ask our first groups of participating volunteers to provide additional feedback to assist us in ensuring the most rewarding experience possible in cooperation with EcuaSwiss Foundation for their associated programs.

Registration must be completed at least one month prior to your program start date, so...let's get started!

Requirements

  • 18 and older
  • Good health
    • You need to cook in some programs
Country: Ecuador

Type of Work: Conservation, Environment

Duration: 1 week - 4 weeks
Fee: From $419
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Your Program Fee Covers:

  • Registration and pre-departure interview
  • Volunteer handbook (when available)
  • 24/7 U.S.-based staff support
  • In-country housing and certain amenities
  • Training and guidance from host group
  • Host program needs, such as tools or supplies for your project
  • Post-trip thank-you packet
  • Monthly newsletters

Unless explicitly stated otherwise, it does not cover your flight, passport/visa, vaccinations, transportation while in country, exit fees, meals, or personal expenses. Click here for full details about your program costs!