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One of the most rewarding experiences of my life

Mexico Marine Conservation Katelin


By: Katelin Giuliano | Posted on: 30 Aug 2019

I can say without hesitation that the Mexico Marine Conservation was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. The opportunity to work as a volunteer on a coral reef to survey and help maintain the overall reef system and knowing you are making a difference was such a satisfying aspect of my trip. The living arrangements were wonderful, we had our own personal chief Monday to Friday who lived in the village which meant that the food was usually a Mexican delicacy and sourced locally.

The village of Akumal was such a close-knit community and the project shared a strong bond with the locals. The staff went above and beyond for all the volunteers and I met friends I will have for a lifetime. I also learnt more in the 4 week program than I have in my 4 years at university studying marine science. My time in Akumal, Mexico was a time I will cherish forever and look forward to doing again in the very near future.

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Katelin Giuliano

Katelin Giuliano
Posted on: 30 Aug 2019