Surround yourself in marine megafauna, pristine coral reef, and the ecology and conservation of marine ecosystems in the Indian Ocean while swimming with manta rays, whale sharks, and humpback whales.Contact Us
In the western portion of the Indian Ocean, the northeastern
coastline of South Africa provides the ideal opportunity to study marine biodiversity
with over 1,000 species of fishes, 100 species of coral, manta rays, turtles,
sharks, whales, and a host of marine invertebrates.
Your internship is located at South Africa’s largest marine protected area, Sodwana Bay. The research station is ideally situated to explore this marine paradise while working with marine biologists, conservationists, and local experts to learn field techniques, collect research data, analyze dive logs and video footage, and understand database management.
The lodge where our interns will be staying is located in the center of Sodwana Bay village within walking distance to shops and restaurants. The lodge provides comfortable, clean serviced rooms with a central swimming pool and free wifi. Rooms will be shared up to three interns per room. We provide 3 meals per day. Clean drinking water is also provided. We are also able to cater for vegetarians.