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Project Blogs - Tenerife


I’m Max and I’ve been with Frontier in Tenerife for the conservation of whales and dolphins. At first, I expected this trip to be just a bit interesting and useful for my uni application.

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Every friday, on the project here in Tenerife is beach clean. So basically we visit different beaches and collect whatever rubbish we can find so that it can‘t harm anything anymore.

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My first impressions of the Frontier Tenerife Project have been comfortably exceeded. Interactions with the dolphins have been both incredible and unique, granting me with several new perspectives on how we interact and influence the resident and migrant species in the waters surrounding the island.

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There are hikes everywhere, you can tackle the massive Teide volcano, you can kayak to the dolphins, you can windsurf/kitesurf, you can dive and the list goes on forever.

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I arrived at the Frontier Tenerife project excited to be involved in cetacean research, something that’s interested me my whole life.

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So far, I have never joined an NGO company and this is my first time working in a project where volunteers come from literally all over the world, with completely different backgrounds and cultures, being united by the desire to make this world a better place.

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Tenerife is such a wonderful island, full of nature and wildlife. I enjoyed my first week here doing all the activities in the programme.

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I have been on the Frontier Marine Conservation Project in Madagascar for 1 week now, and it has already been a fantastic experience.

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It’s a whole other world underwater which is so breath-taking.

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My name is Sophie and I have been on the project for 2 weeks so far and I’ve loved it!

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