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Marine Conservation Diving

Koh Sen – Cambodia

Cost: € 585 Euros Per Week

Marine Conservation Diving

Become a qualified diver and take part in marine conservation experiencing Cambodia off-the-beaten-track on one of its uninhabited islands!

Our program will get you far away from tourist traps and onto a pristine island where you will work in marine conservation, experience the real Cambodia, enjoy the untouched surroundings and get qualified as a diver!


What’s Included?
Airport PickUp
24/7 Emergency Help
Accommodation And Food
What’s Not Included?
Travel Health Insurance
Lunch On The Weekends
Personal Expenses
Airport Drop
Flights, Visas (if required)
Program Details

Located just 13 kilometres out of the Cambodian coast town Kep is Koh Sen, an untouched and uninhabited island where our marine conservation project finds its home.

Despite boasting coral reefs and marine activity, the island remains virtually undiscovered and you will struggle to find it mentioned in most guidebooks. As it strays away from the tourist trail, it will allow you to experience genuine Cambodian life, culture and the unspoilt natural environment.

This program presents a unique opportunity for those who want to learn more about oceans, experience marine conservation and work alongside a captivating local community.

Moreover, you will have the chance to become a fully qualified diver, complete an emergency first-aid response course, gain first-hand experience in coral reef surveying and learn about marine conservation and ecology. In addition to this, you will get involved with local educational community projects and work towards a sustainable future.

This schedule can be changed and/or amended depending on weather conditions, local conditions and unforeseen circumstances.

Aims & Objectives

  • Alter the perspectives of local inhabitants regarding their treatment of natural resources and marine life in Koh Sen
  • Give you invaluable, practical experience in marine conservation
  • Assist the local staff by providing an extra hand