Becoming a Reef Ranger means forever becoming a steward for our oceans.


Volunteering as a scuba diver for a marine conservation project is the perfect opportunity for all passionate divers out there and for those who want to become one. As our marine ecosystems are extremely endangered, you can use your scuba diving skills to support research and marine biology efforts by becoming a Reef Ranger. The more we know about our oceans, the better we will be able to preserve the delicate marine ecosystem and help rescue marine wildlife.

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Overview

This program gives you the opportunity to discover the wonders of Indonesian oceans and work on the protection of the marine ecosystem of the Indian Ocean. Liscensed instructors will become your colleagues, who will guide you in at least 12 dives over 4 weeks conducting a range of activities: reef restoration, reef survey and monitoring, scuba training and certification.


Lombok, Indonesia

Indonesia is part of the “Coral Triangle” and well known for its superb diving and pristine coral reefs. Only a few people head to Bali’s enchanting neighboring islands: Lombok and its three Gili Islands (Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno, and Gili Air). Lombok offers a contrast program for divers and nature lovers. The marine life includes sharks, dolphins, manta rays, turtles, morays, cuttlefish, octopus, scorpionfish, pipefish, leaf fish, angelfish. Divers will also find stretches of beautiful coral reefs with healthy table corals, sea fans and barrel sponges.


Who is it for?

Any person can participate, from beginners (even without a PADI Open Water Dive Certification) or more experienced divers, as the program is adapted to your developmental experience. The easy access, smooth conditions, warm waters and huge visibility make diving around Lombok makes it a perfect site for beginners.


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Week 2

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Week 3

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Week 4

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Month Program Price


We hope to work your volunteers and citizen scientists to use our global database and automated analysis solutions to be able to contribute to a growing database of ocean data, via our platform Reef.io.


Additional Costs to be Aware of


A part of the commissions as a partner when a visitor donates or books through our website, we donate at least 50% back to research and conservation activities (as a lump-sum to partnering organizations, such as yourselves) for projects that require extra funding or support. If you would like to request funding from the Global Fund, please contact us.


Required Equipment to Have


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Equipment to Know about


Coming soon


To plan your trip well, follow these steps:


SIGN UP HERE


Benefits of being part of the Network


1. Get more visitors and volunteers!


We will offer a placement on our network's webpage for public global awareness about activities that your offer.


2. Reach more sponsors and donaters


The same way we attract people to come to your site, we also link up donation activities.


3. Promotional marketing


In an effort to boost outreach, we also offer a minimum of 2 interviews/articles per year to partners about an “impact story” which will be shared with our media partners. This can be about restoration success or a successful campaign for instance. For diving centres and resorts, this could be a special discount on dives, or it could be a special promotion in non-monetary value like a webinar sharing about plans and calls of action.


4. Collaborate on exciting projects


We send out a monthly newsletter (click to request a feature this month) to people that have signed up to our subcription list, and to other members of the network, for general public outreach, or to make open-calls for collaborate projects between creation, deployment and monitoring.


Added-benefits of working with Reef Support


5. Contribute to science


We hope to work your volunteers and citizen scientists to use our global database and automated analysis solutions to be able to contribute to a growing database of ocean data, via our platform Reef.io.


6. Additional Reef-Impact


A part of the commissions as a partner when a visitor donates or books through our website, we donate at least 50% back to research and conservation activities (as a lump-sum to partnering organizations, such as yourselves) for projects that require extra funding or support. If you would like to request funding from the Global Fund, please contact us.

Programs


Overview

This program gives you the opportunity to discover the wonders of Indonesian oceans and work on the protection of the marine ecosystem of the Indian Ocean. Liscensed instructors will become your colleagues, who will guide you in at least 12 dives over 4 weeks conducting a range of activities: reef restoration, reef survey and monitoring, scuba training and certification.


Lombok, Indonesia

Indonesia is part of the “Coral Triangle” and well known for its superb diving and pristine coral reefs. Only a few people head to Bali’s enchanting neighboring islands: Lombok and its three Gili Islands (Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno, and Gili Air). Lombok offers a contrast program for divers and nature lovers. The marine life includes sharks, dolphins, manta rays, turtles, morays, cuttlefish, octopus, scorpionfish, pipefish, leaf fish, angelfish. Divers will also find stretches of beautiful coral reefs with healthy table corals, sea fans and barrel sponges.


Who is it for?

Any person can participate, from beginners (even without a PADI Open Water Dive Certification) or more experienced divers, as the program is adapted to your developmental experience. The easy access, smooth conditions, warm waters and huge visibility make diving around Lombok makes it a perfect site for beginners.


Week 1

Coming soon...


Week 2

In the 2nd week, you will experience....


Week 3

Coming soon...


Week 4

Coming soon...


Month Program Price


We hope to work your volunteers and citizen scientists to use our global database and automated analysis solutions to be able to contribute to a growing database of ocean data, via our platform Reef.io.


Additional Costs to be Aware of


A part of the commissions as a partner when a visitor donates or books through our website, we donate at least 50% back to research and conservation activities (as a lump-sum to partnering organizations, such as yourselves) for projects that require extra funding or support. If you would like to request funding from the Global Fund, please contact us.


Required Equipment to Have


Coming soon


Equipment to Know about


Coming soon


To plan your trip well, follow these steps:


SIGN UP HERE


Benefits of being part of the Network


1. Get more visitors and volunteers!


We will offer a placement on our network's webpage for public global awareness about activities that your offer.


2. Reach more sponsors and donaters


The same way we attract people to come to your site, we also link up donation activities.


3. Promotional marketing


In an effort to boost outreach, we also offer a minimum of 2 interviews/articles per year to partners about an “impact story” which will be shared with our media partners. This can be about restoration success or a successful campaign for instance. For diving centres and resorts, this could be a special discount on dives, or it could be a special promotion in non-monetary value like a webinar sharing about plans and calls of action.


4. Collaborate on exciting projects


We send out a monthly newsletter (click to request a feature this month) to people that have signed up to our subcription list, and to other members of the network, for general public outreach, or to make open-calls for collaborate projects between creation, deployment and monitoring.


Added-benefits of working with Reef Support


5. Contribute to science


We hope to work your volunteers and citizen scientists to use our global database and automated analysis solutions to be able to contribute to a growing database of ocean data, via our platform Reef.io.


6. Additional Reef-Impact


A part of the commissions as a partner when a visitor donates or books through our website, we donate at least 50% back to research and conservation activities (as a lump-sum to partnering organizations, such as yourselves) for projects that require extra funding or support. If you would like to request funding from the Global Fund, please contact us.

Programs


Overview

This program gives you the opportunity to discover the wonders of Indonesian oceans and work on the protection of the marine ecosystem of the Indian Ocean. Liscensed instructors will become your colleagues, who will guide you in at least 12 dives over 4 weeks conducting a range of activities: reef restoration, reef survey and monitoring, scuba training and certification.


Lombok, Indonesia

Indonesia is part of the “Coral Triangle” and well known for its superb diving and pristine coral reefs. Only a few people head to Bali’s enchanting neighboring islands: Lombok and its three Gili Islands (Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno, and Gili Air). Lombok offers a contrast program for divers and nature lovers. The marine life includes sharks, dolphins, manta rays, turtles, morays, cuttlefish, octopus, scorpionfish, pipefish, leaf fish, angelfish. Divers will also find stretches of beautiful coral reefs with healthy table corals, sea fans and barrel sponges.


Who is it for?

Any person can participate, from beginners (even without a PADI Open Water Dive Certification) or more experienced divers, as the program is adapted to your developmental experience. The easy access, smooth conditions, warm waters and huge visibility make diving around Lombok makes it a perfect site for beginners.


Week 1

Coming soon...


Week 2

In the 2nd week, you will experience....


Week 3

Coming soon...


Week 4

Coming soon...


Month Program Price


We hope to work your volunteers and citizen scientists to use our global database and automated analysis solutions to be able to contribute to a growing database of ocean data, via our platform Reef.io.


Additional Costs to be Aware of


A part of the commissions as a partner when a visitor donates or books through our website, we donate at least 50% back to research and conservation activities (as a lump-sum to partnering organizations, such as yourselves) for projects that require extra funding or support. If you would like to request funding from the Global Fund, please contact us.


Required Equipment to Have


Coming soon


Equipment to Know about


Coming soon


To plan your trip well, follow these steps:


SIGN UP HERE


Benefits of being part of the Network


1. Get more visitors and volunteers!


We will offer a placement on our network's webpage for public global awareness about activities that your offer.


2. Reach more sponsors and donaters


The same way we attract people to come to your site, we also link up donation activities.


3. Promotional marketing


In an effort to boost outreach, we also offer a minimum of 2 interviews/articles per year to partners about an “impact story” which will be shared with our media partners. This can be about restoration success or a successful campaign for instance. For diving centres and resorts, this could be a special discount on dives, or it could be a special promotion in non-monetary value like a webinar sharing about plans and calls of action.


4. Collaborate on exciting projects


We send out a monthly newsletter (click to request a feature this month) to people that have signed up to our subcription list, and to other members of the network, for general public outreach, or to make open-calls for collaborate projects between creation, deployment and monitoring.


Added-benefits of working with Reef Support


5. Contribute to science


We hope to work your volunteers and citizen scientists to use our global database and automated analysis solutions to be able to contribute to a growing database of ocean data, via our platform Reef.io.


6. Additional Reef-Impact


A part of the commissions as a partner when a visitor donates or books through our website, we donate at least 50% back to research and conservation activities (as a lump-sum to partnering organizations, such as yourselves) for projects that require extra funding or support. If you would like to request funding from the Global Fund, please contact us.

Programs


Overview

This program gives you the opportunity to discover the wonders of Indonesian oceans and work on the protection of the marine ecosystem of the Indian Ocean. Liscensed instructors will become your colleagues, who will guide you in at least 12 dives over 4 weeks conducting a range of activities: reef restoration, reef survey and monitoring, scuba training and certification.


Lombok, Indonesia

Indonesia is part of the “Coral Triangle” and well known for its superb diving and pristine coral reefs. Only a few people head to Bali’s enchanting neighboring islands: Lombok and its three Gili Islands (Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno, and Gili Air). Lombok offers a contrast program for divers and nature lovers. The marine life includes sharks, dolphins, manta rays, turtles, morays, cuttlefish, octopus, scorpionfish, pipefish, leaf fish, angelfish. Divers will also find stretches of beautiful coral reefs with healthy table corals, sea fans and barrel sponges.


Who is it for?

Any person can participate, from beginners (even without a PADI Open Water Dive Certification) or more experienced divers, as the program is adapted to your developmental experience. The easy access, smooth conditions, warm waters and huge visibility make diving around Lombok makes it a perfect site for beginners.


Week 1

Coming soon...


Week 2

In the 2nd week, you will experience....


Week 3

Coming soon...


Week 4

Coming soon...


Month Program Price


We hope to work your volunteers and citizen scientists to use our global database and automated analysis solutions to be able to contribute to a growing database of ocean data, via our platform Reef.io.


Additional Costs to be Aware of


A part of the commissions as a partner when a visitor donates or books through our website, we donate at least 50% back to research and conservation activities (as a lump-sum to partnering organizations, such as yourselves) for projects that require extra funding or support. If you would like to request funding from the Global Fund, please contact us.


Required Equipment to Have


Coming soon


Equipment to Know about


Coming soon


To plan your trip well, follow these steps:


SIGN UP HERE


Benefits of being part of the Network


1. Get more visitors and volunteers!


We will offer a placement on our network's webpage for public global awareness about activities that your offer.


2. Reach more sponsors and donaters


The same way we attract people to come to your site, we also link up donation activities.


3. Promotional marketing


In an effort to boost outreach, we also offer a minimum of 2 interviews/articles per year to partners about an “impact story” which will be shared with our media partners. This can be about restoration success or a successful campaign for instance. For diving centres and resorts, this could be a special discount on dives, or it could be a special promotion in non-monetary value like a webinar sharing about plans and calls of action.


4. Collaborate on exciting projects


We send out a monthly newsletter (click to request a feature this month) to people that have signed up to our subcription list, and to other members of the network, for general public outreach, or to make open-calls for collaborate projects between creation, deployment and monitoring.


Added-benefits of working with Reef Support


5. Contribute to science


We hope to work your volunteers and citizen scientists to use our global database and automated analysis solutions to be able to contribute to a growing database of ocean data, via our platform Reef.io.


6. Additional Reef-Impact


A part of the commissions as a partner when a visitor donates or books through our website, we donate at least 50% back to research and conservation activities (as a lump-sum to partnering organizations, such as yourselves) for projects that require extra funding or support. If you would like to request funding from the Global Fund, please contact us.

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Reef Ranger spotlight: Ranger_A

"I got to finish the PADI Advanced and Rescue course within a week at Gili Trawangan with a team of three great instructors and my local diving buddy. We saw turtles, sharks, stingrays and many other amazing species fish and corals. This was an adventure of a lifetime and I recommend this program to anyone interested in doing some good for the reefs and gain valuable underwater skills."

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Coral Lab

Coral reefs are exceptionally valuable; they provide food, livelihoods and economic opportunity to more than half a billion people in over 100 countries; they are also teeming with life, hosting a quarter of all known marine species. Nearly 200 million people depend on coral reefs to protect them from storm surges and waves. Increased acidification, pollution, fishing and other forms of coastal activities all impact our fuure of our coral reefs.

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