Immerse yourself in the Maasai culture as you explore the open plains of Tanzania’s national parks.
I decided to head to Nepal to volunteer at a nutrition rehabilitation centre, to give myself some experience in the field of dietetics.On my first day, I was bombarded by energetic children wanting to play. These children were to become the centre of my life for the next month. A
I am currently a junior Social Entrepreneur major at Belmont University, which is located in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee. Being the music capitol of the United States, I originally planned on pursuing audio engineering as a career. As I began my studies, I realised that my
I spent just over 10 weeks volunteering on a Micro-finance project in Koforidua, Ghana from January to March, and I can honestly say that it was one of the greatest experiences of my life.Choosing GhanaI am from a small city called Regina in the prairie province of Saskatchewan,
For the past two years I have been researching for the perfect programme and organisation to volunteer abroad with. I made the decision to travel to Cambodia as it is one of the poorest countries in Asia in need of English speaking volunteers. I was intrigued by the Khmer Project
Travelling to Tanzania to become a medical volunteer at Mwananyamala Hospital was the most terrifying, life-changing, yet rewarding experience I’ve ever had in my twenty-two years of life. As a small-town Minnesota farm girl, aspiring to become a rural family physician, I booke
When I arrived...I stepped off the plane in Cordoba and landed in a completely different world. Even the landscape had changed, not to mention the language, the culture and yet, since walking into my host family’s flat, I felt nothing but at home there. They may not speak Engli
I can honestly say I had no idea what to expect when I first landed in San José airport, as it was the first time I had left Europe as well as the first time I had traveled on my own. I certainly didn’t expect to be told by the first Costa Rican I’d met that my
Discover the authentic side of Fiji as you live among the locals and help save our sharks.
It all started with a skeleton key that I found on my grandparents’ farm in Texas. I was about 11 years old on that summer day when something caught my eye and I dug buried treasure out of the dirt with my bare hands. The key was about three inches long and rusted from neglect.