Announcing the BCSS (Bazaruto Centre for Scientific Studies)

Announcing the BCSS (Bazaruto Centre for Scientific Studies)

Announcing the Bazaruto Centre for Scientific Studies: The Bazaruto Centre for Scientific Studies was opened by Governor Dani Chapo of Inhambane Province in Mozambique, in December 2017.

Enjoy the following video clip…shot on site, in the Bazaruto Archipelago. By Dr. Mario Lebrato and his team.

The multi-faceted installation is a facility designed to facilitate all kinds of scientific studies and projects, including, but not limited to;

  • underwater observatory
  • sonic tagging of sharks
  • coral, water and plankton sampling and analysis
  • recycling of beach plastic
  • social improvement programs including swimming and ocean survival
  • gps mapping of sea life
  • PADI diving

Paying volunteers are invited to join in with these projects and the many more coming up. There are daily and weekly packages available on the newly launched BCSS website.

Check it all out here…

Prices are very reasonable from 75$/person/day including all (excluding some leisure items), and
include first-class cooking and catering by local Chef Fernando. Three meals a day are served.
Warm and cold drinks too. Don’t think it twice, this is a life-time experience.

Accommodation is in the real deal safari tents, or in single and double sharing rooms. The facility is built right on a beautiful beach and bay, on the north side of Benguerra Island. Views are over the channel to Bazaruto Island. A thousand shades of blue.

Volunteer activities will take up half your day, the other half you can swim, snorkel, hike, game view, fish…anything you please. There is a surcharge for activities involving boats or vehicles.

If you wanted to get on over to the very edge of the world, this is one very cool way of doing it. The prices are a fraction of what it would cost to stay on the highly exclusive Benguerra Island. And you get to do something and learn some cool things about how we can all help conserve the environment that we live in.

Activities appeal to all ages really, but it’s the get-up and go type of volunteer we are looking for!

Bazaruto Centre for Scientific Studies Website

The BCSS website has recently been launched. Take a look at the following link:

Use the website to get in touch. Volunteer programmes and activities can be viewed on the website.

You can also follow the BCSS on Facebook at:

Post by The Sardine News

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