If you love to explore and know about indigenous cultures then this where you want to go and help to sustain their way of life before these precious cultures are lost! This project will bring you deep in to the amazing jungles of Guyana where many indigenous communities are struggling to keep their way of life.
Work together with local Amerindian communities to work on a sustainable environmental friendly tourism projects to give the jungle a sustainable value to keep out the loggers. The ultimate goals is to preserve the jungle and with it the wildlife and Amerindians way of life. This great volunteer abroad experience will lead you in the northern most frontier of the Amazon jungle in the southern reaches of South America's only English speaking country; Guyana! Have the privilege to discover this country while it is yet pure with many interesting indigenous cultures to meet and amazing wildlife to view.
This is Why
* Venture in to the amazing jungle of South America, world's last wildlife paradise.
* Sleep in hammocks in the jungle and wake up to serenade of awaking wildlife!
* Volunteer with local Amerindians to work on sustainable eco-tourism and protect their way of life
* Get trained and practice the arts of jungle survival skills
* Help to save the Amazon rainforest!
* Visit one of the last wildlife havens in the world
* Work with and get to know the culture of the local fascinating indigenous Amerindian communities.
* Learn jungle survival skills
During your stay in Georgetown Meals are not included, while being in the jungle food will be included. Each project member will be involved in the food preparation.
The nearby Iwokrama forest has an estimated 200 species of mammals, 500 of birds, 420 of fish and 150 species of amphibians. Close to 30% of the mammals are listed under the International Convention on the Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). This sounds great, but if they aren't protected properly, which means maintaining their environment, then they will not survive. Local people are the forest and animal's best chance of protection from those outside who wish to rob the forest for profit; they just need a little help.