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We have some fantastic new opportunities for school and college groups to learn to scuba dive, then get proactive on a marine conservation project! Check out our blog to find out more...

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It is World Wildlife Day, and the future of wildlife is in our hands. Never has there been a time when human activity has been so damaging to wildlife populations. Now is the time to turn it around! Do something positive for sustainable conservation.

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We are please to announce that we will now be running trips to Malta! If you have a group who would like to learn to dive, and get hands on with developing a new artificial reef then get in touch! Check out this possible itinerary...

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Namibia is one of our most popular destinations, but what makes it so special that people want to go back again and again? One of the teachers accompanying a group this year had this to say: 

"Amazing experiences - seeing the Milky Way extend from one horizon to the other, shaking hands (and flippers) with seals. Tracking cheetah and leopard, seeing amazing wildlife at waterholes, understanding big cat conservation, climbing sand dunes in the desert sea ... this list could continue.  A real privilege to share this experience with the students and see how much they learnt from the opportunity."
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We work hard to ensure sustainable development, but also look at how we can maximise the personal development for groups. That is why we are really excited about some new projects in the Gujurat region of India which work with tribal communities learning about their traditional textile and craft making skills - absolutely perfect for art, and textile students!

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