Marine Biology, Ocean Conservation, and Scuba Camp
During the July 10-17 & 17-24, 2021 weeks, we will venture to Utila, a small island off mainland Honduras, where we have access to the second largest coral reef in the world, the Mesoamerican reef. More than 500 species of fish and 65 types of coral live within the large reef system. We choose locations where developing today’s students with marine conservation skills will be best nurtured and where students can have a high impact on the endangered marine ecosystem. Utila offers a front-row seat to the latest in marine science through its unique position as the “Whale Shark Capitol” of the Caribbean. The program also incorporates becoming PADI Open Water Scuba certified, can include advanced certifications, or just be enjoyed by those already certified to dive.