Do you like to travel the world and explore remote areas? Enjoy working with kids, art, and nature?
When a local need demands it, AlTo leads a small group of international travelers on a tour to visit Tompotika and assist with conservation projects there. Most tours last about 15 days. Service tours in past years include projects to help out with scientific surveys of, respectively, tarsiers and butterflies; painting large wildlife murals on school walls; cleaning beaches of harmful trash, and more. The trips include time working side-by-side with villagers on the assigned task as well as plenty of time exploring Tompotika’s rainforests and snorkeling its coral gardens., as well as, of course, observing maleos, sea turtles, bats, and other wildlife.
We currently do not have Eco-Service tours planned, but please check back later for updates. If you would like to be notified of future tours, please e-mail us of your interest at: firstname.lastname@example.org
2016: Tarsiers – Carried out first-ever scientific survey of the tarsiers of the Tompotika area
2012: Murals – Painted large murals celebrating nature in two villages
2010: Trash – Worked with villagers to clean beaches in two towns
2009: Butterflies – Participated in the first-ever scientific survey of the butterflies of the Tompotika area
2007: Maleo Art Parade – Facilitated parade of US- and Tompotika-made maleo art