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    Romania Taster

    • Taster of field survey techniques and Transylvania wildlife
    • Unique medieval high nature value landscape
    • The largest population of brown bears anywhere in Europe

      1 weeks

      Romania, Transylvania & Saxon Villages

    2025 & 2026

    Interests:

    Terrestrial

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    Peru – Amazonian Taster

    • Taster of Amazonian wildlife research
    • The only Opwall site to find pink and grey river dolphins
    • Travelling and staying on historically restored Amazon rubber boom ships
    • Schools' Booklet

      1 weeks

      Peru & Rio Amazonas and the historical river boats

    2025 & 2026

    Interests:

    Terrestrial

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    Bay Islands

    • Conservation Initiatives are focused on restoring populations of a keystone sea urchin species, and managing threats from the invasive lionfish
    • People living on the Bay Islands are economically reliant on dive tourism, therefore protecting the reefs is a conservation priority
    • Although they they are a Spanish speaking country, English is actually the main language
    • Schools' Booklet

      2 weeks

      Bay Islands, Honduras & Utila

    2025 & 2026

    Interests:

    Marine

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    Peru – Amazonian

    • Particularly great project for primates and birds
    • The largest protected seasonally flooded forest in South America
    • Travelling and staying on historically restored Amazon rubber boom ships
    • Schools' Booklet

      2 weeks

      Peru & Rio Amazonas and the historical river boats

    2025 & 2026

    Interests:

    Terrestrial

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    Romania

    • Great project for learning field survey techniques and seeing the Transylvania wildlife
    • The most diverse wildflower meadows in Europe
    • The largest population of brown bears anywhere in Europe

      2 weeks

      Romania, Saxon Villages & Transylvania

    2025 & 2026

    Interests:

    Terrestrial

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    Madagascar

    • 90% of all animals and plants found on Madagascar are endemic to the island
    • Only 10% of original Madagascar forest coverage remains, so urgent need for conservation
    • Unstudied coral reef systems at Nosy Be
    • World's fourth largest island
    • Schools' Booklet

      2 weeks

      Madagascar, Mariarano, Matsedroy, Antafiameva & Nosy Be Marine Site

    2025 & 2026

    Interests:

    Marine & Terrestrial

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    Mexico

    • The Selva Maya (Mayan Jungle) is the larges expanse of tropical forest outside of the amazon
    • Calakmul is one of the two largest ancient Mayan ruined cities
    • Best chance of seeing endangered species like jaguar
    • Akumal has huge numbers of nesting turtles and a permanent population of green turtles
    • Schools' Booklet

      2 weeks

      Mexico, Akumal & Calakmul

    2025 & 2026

    Interests:

    Marine & Terrestrial

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    Croatia

    • Opportunity to work in the spectacular Krka river valley in an area with wolves, jackals and other keystone species
    • Only European based expedition that provides the opportunity to combine marine and terrestrial research work
    • Dive or snorkel in the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic, with perfect conditions for learning survey and research techniques
    • Schools' Booklet

      2 weeks

      Croatia, Krka National Park, Silba & Pag Island

    2025 & 2026

    Interests:

    Marine & Terrestrial

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    South Africa Terrestrial & Marine

    • The Opwall site with the most abundant terrestrial megafauna
    • Opportunity to work on foot in a Big 5 reserve
    • Diving in the UNESCO World Heritage site, iSimangaliso Wetland Park
    • Schools' Booklet

      2 weeks

      South Africa, Sodwana Bay & Somkhanda

    2025 & 2026

    Interests:

    Marine & Terrestrial

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    Indonesia – Coral Triangle

    • In the centre of the Coral Triangle - the world's most biodiverse reefs
    • Most published research site in the Coral Triangle
    • Home to Opwall's assisted reef recovery project using reef stars
    • Schools' Booklet

      2 weeks

      Indonesia & Hoga Island Marine Station

    2025 & 2026

    Interests:

    Marine

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    Indonesia – Wallacea

    • In the centre of the Coral Triangle - the world's most biodiverse reefs
    • Endemic rich forests with new species described and more still to be discovered
    • Most published research site in the Coral Triangle and third most published terrestrial site in Sulawesi
    • Most developed Opwall site for conservation interventions
    • Schools' Booklet

      2 weeks

      Indonesia, Central Buton Forest Camp, North Buton Forest Camp, South Buton Forest Camp & Hoga Island Marine Station

    2025 & 2026

    Interests:

    Marine & Terrestrial

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    Honduras

    • Largest number of forest research scientists and most published research site in Honduras
    • In the top 50 most irreplaceable forest sites in the world
    • Opwall's flagship Caribbean marine research site
    • Home to Opwall's 3D modelling of coral reefs initiative
    • Schools' Booklet

      2 weeks

      Honduras, Roatan, Utila, Base Camp, Buenos Aires & Satellite Camps

    2025 & 2026

    Interests:

    Marine & Terrestrial

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