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Tag Archives: responsible volunteering

Where would you rather have breakfast? Vote!

Breakfast Overseas- From Urban Rwanda to the Bolivian Jungle- where would you rather have breakfast? A huge part of travelling is diving head-first into a different culture. The change in diet can be a big culture shock. However all our projects make a huge effort to ensure that they show-off their country’s culinary wonders. It seems […]

Ethical Volunteering – 5 top tips

Want to make a difference during your trip abroad? Making sure you choose a project that makes a real positive impact can be tricky. Read on for 5 things to look out for in your search of a truly ethical volunteering experience… Partners – Does the volunteer organisation collaborate with local project partners? Are the local community […]

It is just a bit of mud! Glastonbury 2016

Glastonbury music festival brings a few things to mind: funky fashion fads, (sometimes) fantastic live music, smelly toilets and of course MUD! This year is set for even more than before. The ground is saturated from a very wet British June with more rain predicted to fall. However, is it really that bad? ”worst mud ever’ […]

5 Questions to Ask when Choosing a Volunteer Programme Abroad

So you’re thinking about volunteering abroad over Summer, but you’re not sure where to start? Or maybe you’ve started researching but you’re not sure how to make the best choice? With so many options out there, looking for a volunteer programme abroad can be daunting to say the least and with so many considerations to […]