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North to Alaska! Join our volunteer trip to Southeast Alaska and experience the allure of this big land known for its vast forests, spectacular glaciers, and exciting wildlife sightings. Our trip begins in Juneau, in the nation’s largest national forest, where we will participate in volunteer projects next to the stunning Mendenhall Glacier. Then northward we go to Skagway on a ferry through the deepest fjord in North America, following the route of the Gold Rush of 1898.
PURA VIDA, COSTA RICA! Join us in Costa Rica and experience conservation in the land known for its progressive environmental policies and rich biodiversity. Help protect the area’s extraordinary biodiversity by participating in a sea turtle preservation program. On the remote Osa Peninsula in the southwest corner of Costa Rica prepare to unplug from the grid and be immersed in nature while giving back.
The Galapagos Islands attract visitors from around the world who want to see this unique and prolific ecosystem. Situated on the Equator under the tropical sun, yet bathed for much of the year by the cool waters of the Humboldt and Cromwell currents, the archipelago was formed by mid-ocean volcanic eruptions, and was never in contact with a continental land mass.
Towering 1500 feet above the raging Urubamba River in Peru’s Andean highlands, the royal retreat and sacred center of Machu Picchu — now considered one of the Seven New Wonders of the World — is spectacular by any measure. Help protect this amazing site. Join Conservation Volunteers International Program as we work alongside park rangers on critical conservation projects including archaeological restoration and habitat maintenance.
The Romans named Scotland “Caledonia.” The name comes from an early Celtic word meaning “strong” or “hard,” an accurate description of the rugged and wet terrain of the Scottish Highlands. Once heavily forested, today forests cover only about one percent of their original acreage. Fortunately, the environmental movement in Scotland — the birthplace of John Muir — is growing.
The crown jewel of Chile’s national parks and an International Biosphere Reserve, Patagonia’s Torres del Paine is considered one of the world’s greatest wildernesses. Join Conservation Volunteers International Program, in cooperation with REI Adventures, as we work alongside park rangers on critical conservation projects including trail maintenance and habitat restoration.
The remarkable landscapes in the Virgin Islands include pristine beaches, crystal clear waters, beautiful bays, underwater coral gardens, and mountains which rise above the natural beauty of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean on the Islands of St. John, St. Thomas and Hassel Island. The rich history of the islands add a significant cultural interest for those visiting this beautiful park.
Help protect one of America’s best known icons, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Work with rangers to renovate trails and restore fragile natural resources damaged by visitors while enjoying the spectacular beauty of American’s iconic wilderness!