Eleanor wanted to make a change from her day to day work life and give something back by volunteering abroad. With a strong love for animals and a stronger passion for how they should be conserved, this project was the perfect choice. Here's how she got on:
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In her first solo travel experience, Emily wanted to volunteer abroad and help wildlife yet stay relatively close to home. This made Tenerife the perfect destination for her to volunteer; here's how she got on:
Wanting to expand her horizons in humanitarianism Margherita set off to teach children in Tanzania. Read all about her volunteering experience in this interview:
Jenna knew that she wanted to pursue a career that would allow her to work with children and what better way to do that than on the beautiful island of Bali? Find out exactly what Jenna thought of the Bali Teaching and Beaches Project in our interview:
Rosie had been dreaming of visiting Madagascar for years and she combined her desire to visit the island with her love for teaching on the Madgascar Community Adventure Project. Take a look at her interview and find out exactly what she thought of the project...
Isaac wanted a worthwhile experience that took him out of his comfort zone, and he found it on our teaching project in Ghana. He learned more than he could have imagined, and has some great advice for anyone thinking of joining this project!
Claire Connor, 27, spent her summer volunteering in a community in Sri Lanka. She wanted to go on a trip by herself, meet people, and explore a new country. In two weeks she was able to discover local life, help out in school and get up close with wildlife!
Damion is an animal lover, and spends most of his time working and volunteering with or around animals. He is particularly keen on sea animals and even has a degree in marine biology, so the Mexico Sea Turtle Conservation project was a dream come true for him. Read all about his time in Mexico and going on “turtle patrol” to learn and care for these adorable creatures.