The Turtle Conservation project is located on the smaller island of Nusa Penida, which is a 45 minute speed boat ride from Sanur, Bali. Here volunteers work alongside a local team to protect the endangered sea turtles of Indonesia. Volunteers engage in hands on work with the turtles for 3 to 4 hours each day, this includes feeding and cleaning turtles, caring for turtles who are victims of commercial fishing or various illnesses and cleaning the turtle tanks. Additionally, volunteers are involved in beach clean-ups and the collection of live food for turtles. The second portion of the day consists of side activities, which are focused around proactive conservation efforts. These activities can include building waste management solutions in local areas to ensure waste does not end up in the ocean, developing campaigns focused on turtle and environmental conservation, releasing turtles back into the wild, construction and maintenance of the turtle conservation centre, collecting data on turtles held at the centre, creating teaching material around turtle conservation education.