Gap Year Programs In Bahamas
Why Take a Gap Year in The Bahamas
The more than 700 islands in this Atlantic archipelago are home to everything from luxury resorts to sleepy sunbaked villages, with countless paradisiacal beaches along the way. The whole archipelago is coral based, making the Bahamas a real hotspot for marine life. Snorkelers and divers can explore underwater caves, blue holes, the famous black coral gardens near Bimini and Thunderball Grotto, featured in the 1965 James Bond film Thunderball.
In December 2018, after 14 years of successful partnership with The Bahamas National Trust, we welcomed our final group of volunteers to Andros island and our work there is now complete. Whilst it was sad to say goodbye to our friends and partners on the island we are extremely proud of the impact and achievements made by our teams over the years.
Where one door closes, another opens and we are delighted to have linked up with new partners in Costa Rica and in Thailand where we are able to offer our customers amazing marine conservation and training experiences in some of the most beautiful marine environments in the world. Check out these new programs below: