- Age Range: 13-17
- Camp Term: Summer
- Camp Time Slot: All Day
- Camp Type(s): Art & Educational, Mixed Activities
During the CMEC students focus on tropical marine ecology and conservation. Learning from CCMI scientists & educators, no two days are the same as they dive, snorkel, and explore a pristine reef system.
CMEC LEVEL 1
Camp activities in CMEC Level 1 are designed to be an immersive introduction to tropical marine ecology. We’ll go on dive and snorkel outings to practice coral & fish identification, observe a lionfish dissection, participate in engaging classroom lectures about important reef topics, take part in a night snorkel, play beach games, share memories around an evening bonfire, and much more! Targeting marine ecology basics, we encourage students to gain leadership skills through group settings and team building activities.
CMEC LEVEL 2
This course is perfect for students who have already participated in CMEC Level 1, as it develops information further from that first camp experience. Students spend one week living amongst CCMI scientists & educators, building upon their prior knowledge, while developing new and more specialised skills amongst peers. This can include field work in our coral nursery, reef surveys, and advanced fish & coral identification skills. This experience is certain to take your passion for coral reefs to the next level!
Course cost includes accommodation, 3 meals per day, scuba diving (if certified), instructor fees, local airport transportation.
A deposit of US$500 is required at the time of booking.
Annual Camp Details
- Dates: CMEC Level 1: July 16th-22nd, CMEC Level 2: July 23rd-29th
, Sister Islands