Accommodation for Volunteers
The Volunteer House is made of wooden walls and floors with a straw thatched roof in the local style. The roof is high and airy and the house is very cool. There is a huge veranda with a fabulous view of the beach.
Bedrooms are shared with ceiling fans and each bed has its own mosquito net. One bedroom has 4 single beds, there are 2 bedrooms with 2 single beds and 2 bedrooms with double beds.. It may be possible for couples to be given a separate “casita” for privacy – but this is subject to availability.
There are bathrooms with showers, basins and toilets. You are provided with towels and also can leave your laundry in a basket and it will be washed daily.
If you have any special dietary requirements, you can buy and cook your own food in the kitchen. The fridge comes in handy for storing drinks and other foods. Otherwise 3 meals a day are included and can be taken in the restaurant. Bottled water can be bought either in the restaurant or in town.
In reality, when you are not scuba diving, snorkeling, visiting local habitats like the estuary, helping teach the local kids to swim, visiting the village .you will be in the covered open-air part of the restaurant, with the fabulous view over the bay, where the FREE wi fi is and the scientists do their work. There you will enter your dive logs, photos, videos onto the Google drive after editing and also identify all the species you observed that day. The scientists are on hand for help plus a few reference books on species of fish, coral, etc.
If you would like to know more about marine conservation in Mozambique, then please check out our website www.volunteervacations.co.uk, or drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, give us a ring on 07833 208158 or 01483 203405 (eves).