Save Endangered Turtles Through Voluntourism in the Bolivian Amazon
SELVA International is giving "eco-warriors" a chance to take an awesome vacation in the Amazon, while saving turtles at the same time. SELVA is a non-profit, environmental conservation organization formed and run by PhD ecologists and environmental activists, and these trips are specifically to the Bolivian Amazon Basin, with a focus on assisting scientists in saving the critically endangered Giant Amazon River Turtle.
Participants can choose between all-inclusive 10, 15, or 21 day tours which include accommodations in a local village. While there, tour groups will assist Dr. Alison Lipman, project Co-Director, in the hands-on work of preserving the turtles.
But this package is not for the faint of heart. Selva reminds potential participants that the tour is "very physical, so the hardiest Eco-minded folks are the best fit for this trip."
To learn more about this tour, contact Jimena Valdivia at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on Selva International, visit selvainternational.org.
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