Join scientists on a trip to Cuba's stunning Lomas de Banao Ecological Reserve. On this social impact experience, 100% of what you pay goes to Earthwatch Institute. Upon arrival, we'll learn about local wildlife and conservation techniques. We'll use our skills to observe and record threatened species like the Cuban parakeet and Amazon parrot. We'll hike to our second field site, Tunas de Zaza to continue work among the mangroves and coastal lagoons that flow into the Caribbean Sea. We'll also visit local communities for talks about conservation.
9 아침식사, 9 저녁식사, 8 점심식사
단독 또는 다세대 주택에서의 9박
승용차 10회 탑승
야외 장비, 기타
Where Science Meets Adventure! Earthwatch is about more than seeing, it’s about doing. Through our unique model of pairing people with scientists to bring about environmental change, you’ll conserve threatened species and ecosystems and promote the health of the planet…all while having the adventure of a lifetime. No prior experience is needed! Feel free to send us questions at info @ earthwatch . org
Earthwatch connects citizens with scientists to improve the health and sustainability of the planet. Since it’s founding in 1971, Earthwatch has empowered more than 100,000 volunteers from all walks of life to join leading scientists on field research expeditions that tackle critical environmental challenges around the globe – from climate change to ocean health to human-wildlife conflict.
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The Lomas de Banao Ecological Reserve, where our field sites are located, is situated in the Guamuhaya mountain range. It takes 4hrs by car to get from Havana, Cubas capital, to the ecological reserve
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