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Volunteer in Ecuador doing Conservation Work

Un poco del Chocó

Gualea-Quito, Ecuador, South America.
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Un poco del Chocó is a private nature reserve and biological station in the montane rainforest of Northwest Ecuador.

Planet Drum Foundation

Bahia de Caraquez, Ecuador, South America.
Accommodation
Planet Drum Foundation, an ecological educational 501(c)(3) nonprofit, seeks to enhance the intimate connection between people and their life-places.

Fundación Pacha

Santo Domingo - Archidona, Ecuador, South America.
Accommodation
Promotes the economic, social and environmental development in a sustainable vision for the inclusion of indigenous farmers and small farmers in the economic system.

FEMM (Fundación Ecuatoriana para estudio de mamíferos marinos)

Volunteer in Marine Ecology!

Ballenita, Santa Elena, Ecuador, South America.
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We are a Ecuadorian non profit organization, we have been working on research and conservation for almost 30 years to benefit Marine mammals and marine-coastal protected areas

100% response rate , 3 hour(s) response time.
We area a smal grassroots organization that promote enviromental educational, and cultural projects in Baños Tungurahua. Oscar Efren Reyes was a Teacher, writer and historian who contributed greatly to Ecuador´s education. His family has founded FOER, to honor his memory through educational work.

The Ecuador Tierra Viva Foundation is a non-profit charity organization, based in Ecuador. Our mission is to improve the quality of life of the Ecuador’s neediest communities through provision or improvement of water, health and education services.

FUNDECOIPA

Accommodation Meals
Conservation and development in Shuar Communities in the Amazon

Latest Reviews


Beautiful cloud forest reserve reviewed by Anne Blokhus
"My partner and I spent five months as volunteers at Un Poco del Choco in 2012. The station is in a beautiful location surrounded by so much fascinating wildlife. We worked on creating a trail, trail maintenance, gardening and lots of smaller projects like helping with kids' visits to the station, teaching some English, and general maintenance. If - like us- you love wildlife it is a fantastic place to visit. Our work was often interrupted by the spotting of a new bird species, an armadillo rustling by, curious monkeys watching us or noisy frogs. Nicole and Wilo are passionate about their project and will help to make your stay comfortable and fun. Wilo's cooking is great and the house is very well equipped considering its location (I think some updates have taken place since our visit). I would recommend volunteering here if you enjoy wildlife, peace and quiet, and you aren't afraid of some hard physical work. We loved it and would love to go back one day! "
on 28/08/2016