Experience Thailand’s sublime beaches a little differently. As an intern or volunteer with GVI, you can take a hands-on approach to sea turtle conservation in the coastal area of Phang Nga. Thailand’s beaches aren’t just popular with tourists — they are important...
Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) might sound like a tongue twister, but it’s not! It’s a great way to learn a new set of skills while opening doors to opportunities throughout the world. Over the last few years, there has been an upward trend in the...
Are you looking to start a career in diving? Learn about the kinds of scuba diving jobs you could do as a certified PADI pro diver. Becoming a certified PADI professional can open the door to an underwater career. You could dive into a career in science, exploration,...
Travelling to Phang Nga province? Learn about the region’s top beaches, places to spot endangered sea turtles, and other aquatic activities. Phang Nga is famous for its towering limestone karsts, emerald seas, and underwater treasures. The province’s coastline is a...
Volunteering as a scuba diver for a marine conservation project is one of the best ways to help our oceans. You'll get to explore parts of an underwater world that few tourists see and all your time and effort will go towards preserving our marine environments for the...
With its towering karst pinnacles, emerald waters, and ancient forests reverberating with the sounds of gibbons and cicadas, Khao Sok National Park perfectly epitomises the rugged and diverse landscape of southern Thailand. With over 35 million visitors in 2017,...
Apparently, I had been a little sleepy because the last image I recall is that of our GVI base disappearing from view as we pull out of Ban Nam Khem. Now, the sound of the cab’s engine cutting off and the shuffling of bags stirs me awake. My eyes pop open, shaking off...
Our world, and the wildlife within it, is being threatened by unsustainable human behavior. This issue is prevalent in Thailand, as evidenced by often irresponsible practices within its wildlife tourism industry. While immersing yourself in the coastal province of...
Anyone who visits a local store or market will understand why Thailand is one of the world’s largest consumers of plastic. Drinking bottled water is the norm, and each purchase is accompanied by the offer of countless plastic bags and straws. Government figures show...
In Thailand, conservation awareness is critical as many animals are abused in the tourism trade. On the weekends, many volunteers want to take part in touristic attractions, and a part of that includes visits to exotic animals that cannot be seen in the western world....
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