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International Volunteering Camp – Torre Guaceto 2018

The international volunteering Camp TORRE GUACETO 2018 takes place in the WWF Oasis “Torre Guaceto” (Brindisi, Italy), Marine Protected Area (AMP) and State Natural Reserve (RNS). The Oasis is far from the inhabited centers and immersed in the vegetation, overlooking a sandy bay and coves of rare beauty protected by small islands that delimit a mirror of water, on which stands a promontory where there is the coastal tower built in the sixteenth century. It is in this naturalistic context and environmental value that volunteer activities are proposed to those who share a passion for the sea and nature.

Only WWF adult members will be admitted to the international volunteering Camp TORRE GUACETO 2018. The minimum number to activate the Camp will be 10 participants and maximum 12.


  • From 17 to 24 July 2018
  • From 18 to 25 August 2018
  • From 25 August to 1 September 2018 (only if at least ten accessions are received after the first two Camp shifts)

The one-time participation fee for the Camp is € 320.00 and includes: WWF membership card, meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner), accommodation, the volunteer t-shirt, insurance policy, the necessary material for the activity, the transport from Brindisi railway station, port and airport to Torre Guaceto and vice versa, a guided tour of the Oasis and a visit to the historic center of Brindisi. For the duration of the Camp, the participants will be together with a Camp Leader who will coordinate the activities.


  • Turtle Project:

– Monitoring beaches to find traces of sea turtles and possibly protect the nests found;

– Care of the sea turtle recovery center and help in the release of healed specimens;

  • Oasis Care:

Supporting the Oasis staff for support in the maintenance of the paths; beach cleaning (hand-picked waste collection) and inland; fire spotting (a training course is planned);

  • Dune monitoring:

awareness of visitors for their protection.



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