Operation Wallacea has developed research centres and facilities at many sites around the world. Several of these are available to be used by universities and schools for independent bespoke field trips. These trips can provide the opportunity to study in unique and remote areas, can be designed around the requirements of the institution and are highly flexible. For example you could be based at just one site or move around sampling different habitats, including time in both forest and marine systems if required.
All trips include transport from the nearest airport, food, accommodation, teaching facilities and equipment, logistical support and safety cover. Course materials and teaching staff can also be made available depending on requirements, and international travel can also be arranged if needed.
The price will depend on what is required, but a free teacher/academic field place is given for every 10 students. Academics interested in using the Opwall facilities may wish to apply for the visiting academic scheme to allow them to see the facilities in advance of the trip.
Any interest of enquiries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.