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This project takes place in beautiful Cape Town, South Africa, the oldest city in the country. From the iconic Table Mountain to the magnificent Cape beaches, this city
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I had a wonderful and uplifting experience
Submitted by Hannah Rees | June 22, 2018
I had a wonderful and uplifting experience. The girls were welcoming and treated me like family. I loved the welcoming attitude of the nuns and young girls that I worked with. Although the girls' personal circumstances were challenging, they welcomed me with open arms and I really enjoyed spending time with them.
I learned an incredible amount
Submitted by Gwenn Le Bihan | June 22, 2018
It was very hands on and I learned an incredible amount. I also loved being immersed in a Spanish speaking country. I also had an incredible experience taking Spanish classes at Cusco--the class was small and our teacher was so engaging! For the following three weeks I volunteered a 40 min bus ride from Cusco. The staff was incredibly welcoming and I learned so much the Peruvian health system and the burdens of diseases that affect the area.
I most enjoyed working on the street project
Submitted by Gizela Renkel | June 22, 2018
I most enjoyed working on the street project in Delhi because I felt that this place was valuable to the children as it helped keep them off the street whilst still socialising with their friends and improving their literacy and numeracy skills.
I enjoyed being able to work in conservation
Submitted by Enooyaq Sudlovenick | June 21, 2018
I enjoyed being able to work in conservation and to learn what is really required, what type of work needs to be done. The host family was amazing, very accommodating and helpful.
I got to the airport and the program leaders were there waiting for me, they were very friendly and warm and asked me a lot of questions as I also asked them some questions. The house we stayed at was very nice and there were quite a few other volunteers, I was one of two new people so after dinner we were given a brief run-down of what to expect and what options we had for some excursions for the weekends.
Throughout the following two weeks I got to learn more of how the project works and what kinds of challenges not only the volunteers faced but the co-ordinators as well. The experience working in close proximity to animals was awesome, just being in that type of environment is pretty cool. We prepared food, fed them, cleaned out the stables (elephants) cut down alien vegetation, fixed a road, gathered bedding grass for cheetahs and materials for nesting for the vultures.
I thoroughly enjoyed the experience although I was only there for two weeks.
It was so great
Submitted by Elizabeth Bondy | June 21, 2018
Seeing the sharks and whales daily was my highlight of the trip! The process to sign up was really smooth, and I had no issues. Upon arriving and the time during the project was really great. It was so great to see the wildlife and to be a part of a conservation movement (a genuine one too). It's really special to be working alongside the crew and the marine biologists!