Congratulations to Condortrekkers, our Travel Buddy of the Week!
Based in Sucre, Bolivia, Condortrekkers provides ethical city and trekking tours--and all proceeds from tours are disbursed to local community and child support projects. Volunteers are needed to lead treks and tours, which usually last two or three days each. As a volunteer, you'll arrange your own housing and stay, which can range from a hostel to host family and more.
Learn more at www.condortrekkers.org!
Congratulations to EDventure International, our Travel Buddy of the Week!
With programs in Cambodia, Costa Rica, Thailand, and Australia, EDventure International inspires people through volunteer work, leadership development, and cultural immersion. Projects range from volunteering in schools, children's homes, animal sanctuaries, and more. Housing varies depending on the location, and volunteers must be 18 or older by the time they start their projects.
Learn more at www.edventureintl.com.
Congratulations to Teach Huaraz Peru, our Travel Buddy of the Week!
Teach Huaraz Peru engages volunteers to enrich the lives of various communities throughout the country. Projects focus on teaching across various levels, as well as childcare. Volunteers are invited to stay one week or longer, with a $200 placement fee and $105 per week for housing. To sign up, you must be 18 or older and speak English.
Learn more at www.teachhuarazperu.org.
Congratulations to Supporting Kids In Peru (SKIP), our Travel Buddy of the Week!
SKIP Peru is an organization comprised of teachers, social workers, psychologists, economic development workers, and volunteers, all of whom work toward providing educational development opportunities to children in Peru. Each year, SKIP covers school fees, uniforms, and materials to hundreds of children; they also provide tutoring and classroom services outside of school.
Volunteers are welcome to sign up for one month or longer, and depending on the project, background experience...
Congratulations to Malaika Ecotourism, our Travel Buddy of the Week!
Based in Kenya, Malaika Ecotourism provides sustainable tours and projects around the country. Volunteer projects include conservation, humanitarian development, teaching, healthcare, and workcamp/internship placements. Programs last two weeks or longer, with housing provided in a group campsite or with a host family. Programs take place in rural settings, and volunteers and interns must be 18 or older and speak English.
Learn more at ...