Indigo Expeditions

Herpetological Field Training

in Guatemala

Promoting the Conservation of Biodiversity

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Indigo Expeditions

Herpetological Field Training

in Guatemala

Promoting the Conservation of Biodiversity

APPLY NOW!

Join our conservation mission to protect endangered reptile and amphibian groups in Guatemala, Central America!

Whether its turtles, crocodiles, snakes or frogs! You can contribute to ethical & respectful wildlife conservation in remote areas of the tropics and connect with your true nature.

We believe your willingness to participate, and to contribute to something greater than your individual self, is all it takes to make the world a better place!

Conservation in Laguna del Tigre National Park, Guatemala

Conservation in Laguna del Tigre National Park   Since 2013 Indigo Expeditions has been monitoring the amphibian and reptile populations of the south east region of Laguna del Tigre National Park. Laguna del Tigre is around 300,000ha, and is the largest core zone...
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Morelet’s Conservation Project – Guatemala

Morelet's Crocodile - Guatemala I first encountered crocodylians in the wild during my visit to the tropics in Peru. Sitting in a canoe at night surrounded by huge black caiman (Melanosuchus niger) is a memory I will never forget. Since that first experience in 2006 I...
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Salamander extravaganza in Guatemala

Salamanders of Guatemala There are around 50 species of salamander found in Guatemala and they all belong to a family called the Plethodontidae, also known as the lungless salamanders. Having no lungs, they breathe by absorbing oxygen through their skin and mouth...
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My love for the forest continues to grow. So does my love for the frogs.

Kasper Hansen - Dear Rowland & Adela, First off I would like to thank you for inviting me to assist you here in the field. Coming back to Las Guacamayas reminded me of all the memories from the past and the promise of many new ones. And you did not fail to...
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A new appreciation for nature!

Thank you so much for this incredible opportunity to visit such a diverse and beautiful place. I’m only two weeks into my 8 week stay at Las Guacamayas, but I have already learnt so much and developed invaluable field skills as I undertake my own project studying...
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Indigo Expeditions!

Our expeditions are designed for wildlife enthusiasts with a passion for exploring the tropics. We specialise in the reptile and amphibian groups of Guatemala, Central America.

2018 Expedition Dates

6 Jul – 19 Jul – Herping for the Future
27 Jul – 9 Aug – Herping for the Future
23 Jun – 23 Aug – Student Research

2018 Student Research Dates

23 Jun – 23 Aug – Contact us
Supervised student dissertation placements.

2018 Expedition Dates

19 Jan – 29 Jan – Xucaneb Amphibian Project
18 May – 28 May –Xucaneb Amphibian Project
31 Aug – 10 Sep – Xucaneb Amphibian Project

An Amazing Trip!

“WOW! What an amazing trip… the highlight of my time here was to spot my first wild Bothrops.”
Chris Charles

 

Get out there!

“I highly recommend anybody who wants to gain experience out in the field to get out there with Indigo Expeditions!”
Ben Owens

In Love with Frogs!

“I have learnt so much and have gained an amazing respect for snakes and fallen more in love with frogs!”
Gemma Harding

A new appreciation for nature!

Thank you so much for this incredible opportunity to visit such a diverse and beautiful place. I’m only two weeks into my 8 week stay at Las Guacamayas, but I have already learnt so much and developed invaluable field skills as I undertake my own project studying...

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Our volunteering opportunities are listed in Green Volunteers: working with animals, wildlife and nature conservation volunteering Database

Please support our mission to promote the conservation of biodiversity in Guatemala! All donations go directly to fund our conservation projects.

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