If the Covid-19 pandemic has shown us anything, it’s that good hygiene is critical in keeping harmful germs and illnesses at bay, especially when travelling.
If you’re planning on travelling to South Africa, the first thing we have to say to you is “Molo!” (“hello” in Xhosa, one of the eleven official languages spoken here).
Imagine waking up in the middle of the night on a wildlife reserve in Africa and hearing a lion’s mighty roar. Picture yourself walking barely-trodden footpaths in the Amazon Rainforest as you track a family of rehabilitated spider monkeys.
As of 24th March 2020, an estimated 1.7 billion people around the world were in lockdown, ordered by their governments to stay home to slow the spread of...
The last few weeks since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic have been a challenging time for all organisations involved with travel. Projects Abroad is no different.
It isn’t easy to explain what Micro-finance is. From our perspective, Micro-finance is more than just a financial service.
Following a vegan or vegetarian diet can be tricky when travelling abroad. Argentina is famous for its steak and butter-filled pastries, and Thailand is known for putting fish-sauce in everything.
Volunteering or interning abroad is full of adventures – everything is different and exciting, including your new (homestay) family. All of a sudden, while staying with a host family abroad, you share everything with people who you’ve never seen before.