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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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One of the best decisions I´ve made
Submitted by Cynthia Morales | April 03, 2018
One of the best decisions I´ve made. The local team was very supportive and friendly. The volunteering work was amazing, the fact of working with the children of Bali, was one of the most moving experiences. I think that in the teaching process I learned more them and the way they and the balinese people see life.This was the best traveling way to know the local customs, food, and spiritual traditions of Bali.
I had a wonderful time
Submitted by Kilie Jones | April 03, 2018
I had a wonderful time volunteering and was made to feel very welcome by the staff at the marine centre. When I arrived and found out that I was the only volunteer and that I would have the volunteer house to myself I was very apprehensive however it ended up being a great experience.
Program: Maldives - Sea Turtle Conservation
I loved the whole experience
Submitted by Ruth Berry | April 03, 2018
This GoEco program was very well-designed program. I loved the staff, from Yan greeting/ helping me to Schlomo's guidance and friendship at the school. My work was varied and productive. I loved the whole experience and coming "home" to my hostel.
Submitted by William Stamatis | March 23, 2018
It was absolutely incredible to be in the midst of the South African bush. The wildlife plays such a pivotal role in not only the environment, but the local economies as well. Tourism is the main attraction to the Greater Kruger Area. Being able to photograph and help protect these animals has given me a new appreciation for them. I feel as if many animals are misunderstood because of the communication barrier; however, they are so much more inquisitive than the normal person would suspect. Truly a life changing experience.
It was incredible to have met so many like-minded people from all over the globe. In 4 weeks my project formed a family relationship, making it that much harder to leave and go our separate ways. For me it was my first time traveling outside the United States alone and it has inspired me to keep going and see the world and different cultures.
I enjoyed every moment
Submitted by Victoria Rose | March 23, 2018
I enjoyed every moment, In Thailand the culture is different and so amazing. I got to meet new people and see what the organization was doing for the children of Thailand. I am amazed of all the beautiful sites I have seen and the program allowed me to move around some projects to make my traveling easier. I enjoyed the people I met, I was lucky to arrive on a week where there was 15 new people, we were a huge and amazing group that begun our touring week/culture week together, we still keep in touch.
I can't pick a favourite experience because I fell in love with the whole experience, I am so amazed at what I have seen and learnt. I began my adventure in Singburi Guest house, for the newcomers. All the new people stay in one house for the entire week while we all do the culture week. It was amazing, getting to know everyone and getting to see the best attractions, lots of temples, monkeys and a lot of thai culture such as the thai lesson, cooking lessons and the BBQ. My first weekend was free, I met some new friends and we chose to go to Bangkok for the weekend, our Coordinator Phil helped us make it happen. When we came back from Bangkok on a Sunday, I was then transferred to start my week with the elephants. The elephant care week was amazing, and also tiring but amazing, we spent our mornings cutting down banana trees and feeding the elephants. After lunch, we would leave the elephants for hiking or for sightseeing, we saw some gorgeous waterfalls you don't want to miss. It was a packed week which also allowed us free time at night to walk around the town, so different from Bangkok and so peaceful. My last week in Thailand was with the children. They were full of energy and curious to learn us. Though, it difficult to communicate with them, I had brought some colouring books and crayons to keep them occupied, they loved it! We had a blast all week.