GIVE WHILE YOU TRAVEL
Volunteering is the perfect way to explore the world, and make a difference, at any time in your life. If you’re taking a mid-career break, on a sabbatical, a family or looking to share a meaningful experience with a group, volunteering is the perfect option to give back.
Our volunteering options are transformative, life-enriching experiences in the development sector in Cape Town, South Africa or New Delhi, India. We customise your volunteering experience based on your goals and interests, and will connect you with established nonprofits, so that you can help make a difference in the lives of others.
Give back while you travel
Volunteers gain valuable life experience and can do something meaningful for others at any phase of life. You don’t need to have studied in a development-related field, as many non-profit organisations require a range of skills and expertise in other organisational area such as finance, marketing and information technology. Volunteering allows you to leave the office behind, and leap out of your comfort zone.
Experience cultures and cities around the world
Volunteering abroud gives you the opportunity to encounter new learning experiences, and immerse yourself in new cultures while a meaningful difference in the lives of others. During your volunteer journey you will experience new places, unique traditions and cultures, and see the world in a new light. We offer language classes, regular outings and support you in your transformative travel journey.
Taking the time to do something meaningful for others is possible at any time. If you’re wanting to go on a family holiday, a sabbatical, a post-graduation break or just want to offer your skills while on holiday, we have the perfect journey for you. Our volunteering packages are tailor-made for your specific goals and interests, and the duration of stay can be easily adapted to suit your itenerary.
“If you seek immortality, then give. For giving frees humanity from the bondage of time. When all is gone, what’s left is what you gave.”