Asian Adventure

  • Duration: 28 DAY(S)
  • Type: Aquatic, Conservation, Adventure, Tour, Wildlife Protection – An awesome adventure!
  • Project Rating:
    (15)
  • Physical Rating:
    – Medium Fitness

An epic 4 week adventure giving you the best of Cambodia & Thailand!

Overview

The first two weeks, you will wake to the crow of the rooster and the bracing rush of a bucket shower! You can dive on the coral reefs that surround the island. It's a unique and beautiful experience especially when the water is clear, warm and so inviting. Help to establish the largest man-made reef in Cambodia as we build a sustainable fishing environment for the local villagers. The program also includes a trip to Kampot during the return journey to Phnom Penh. The exciting tourist location for young people.

For the third week, you will be staying in bungalows at the Cambodian Eco Sanctuary, home to elephants, monkeys, dogs, ducks and more! These animals have been rescued, and are living at the sanctuary to be rehabilitated with your help. There is a veg patch where most of the food served for your meals is cultivated.

At the start of the final week, we will journey across the Thai/Cambodian border. You will be part of a new program that is helping these people transition from the old ways of elephant training and working to a new and more humane approach of establishing an elephant sanctuary. The transition is underway but not without its hiccups. Be part of the change that improves the lives of the local people and the elephants.

Basic Itinerary
DAY 1 Itinerary

Arrive anytime on the first day. If you have purchased the airport collection add-on, your team leader will be waiting for you in an ROV shirt holding an ROV sign. Alternatively, you can meet us at the accommodation listed in your 4 weeks prior to program email. There is a walking tour of Phnom Penh in the afternoon to take in the sights of this beautiful and busy city. Enjoy your first group dinner at a local restaurant, followed by some time to explore Phnom Penh. Meals included: Dinner

DAY 2 Itinerary

Today you will visit the Killing Fields and the S21 Genocide Museum to learn about Cambodia’s tragic history. You’ll stop for lunch after visiting the killing fields at a local restaurant and sample some of Cambodia's delicious cuisine. There will be some free time on return to the accommodation venue before heading to the Russian Markets for a “street food” style dinner and market tour. Tomorrow you will be up bright and early as you make your way to the island. This is a good time to stock up on any snacks you may want for the week ahead. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 3 Itinerary

Today you will make your way by bus/van to Sihanoukville. Some of the buses and vans love to bust out the tunes. Get your karaoke voice ready! On arrival at Sihanoukville, we’ll stop for lunch at a local restaurant before making our way to the pier to catch the boat to the island. When you arrive, there will be some time to settle into the accommodation (beach style bungalow) before meeting the dive instructors and doing an orientation of the projects you will be involved in. During your time on the island, you will be working towards your Open Water PADI Licence. You will undertake training and then use your new skills to partake in the construction and deployment of coral pods to assist in building a coral reef. Dinner is eaten on-site at the accommodation. After dinner you can enjoy some free time relaxing by the beach, getting to know your group, playing games, etc. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

DAY 4 Itinerary

This morning you will get stuck into the course work as you begin working towards your Open Water licence. After stopping for lunch you can get involved in the construction of the coral pods which will be deployed at the end of the week when you are PADI certified. You may also take part in beach cleanups. There are lots of children living on the island and they will love to show you their soccer and dance skills. Things are pretty relaxed on the island so don't always follow a schedule and will change from day to day depending on things such as weather, water conditions etc. Spend your evening relaxing by the ocean, sitting around beach bonfires, playing card games, trivia and more. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 5 Itinerary

Cambodia has the phrase "same same, but different" and this really does apply to your time on the island. You'll spend time today continuing with your PADI training. This might be working through the course material in your workbook, learning to use the dive equipment, trying out your new skills in the water etc. The coral pods will need to be built, sanded and painted to ensure their longevity. You'll also need to make the cement blocks that will keep them in place once it's time for them to be deployed. Why not spend the evening watching the beautiful bioluminescent water and enjoying a cold beer. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 6 Itinerary

As you progress through your workbook, you'll start spending more time in the water practising your skills and familiarizing yourself with the dive equipment. Continue working on your coral pods which will help to build the artificial reef, providing a sustainable fishing environment for the local villagers. Spend your afternoon interacting with the local children, playing beach volleyball/soccer, or catch up on some reading as you lounge by the water. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 7 Itinerary

Continue practising your PADI skills as you get more and more familiar with the diving equipment. Soon you'll be getting ready to deploy those pods! There will still be work to be done as you construct the coral pods, make the cement blocks and take part in beach cleanups. Spend your evening bonding with the team as you sit around a beach bonfire. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

DAY 8 Itinerary

You'll be amazed at the progress you've been making on your dive skills, and are almost PADI certified! You can also enjoy a hike, taking in the beautiful surroundings and visiting the tourist side of the island. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 9 Itinerary

Now that you're PADI certified put your new skills to the test as you explore the beautiful marine environment below the water's surface. The beach cleanups and finishing touches on the coral pods will keep you busy when you aren't swimming in the warm tropical waters that surround the island. Spend your evening enjoying some downtime as you play card games, relax with a good book, or enjoy a beach bonfire. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 10 Itinerary

Today will be your final full day on the island and you will be busy deploying all those coral pods you've been working on during the past week. Why not grab a beer or two from the local store and enjoy your last night on the island sitting around a bonfire and admiring the bioluminescent water. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 11 Itinerary

After breakfast, you will depart the island by boat and make your way back to Sihanoukville. We'll stop for lunch in town before travelling on to Kampot - a fun riverside city with lots to explore. On arrival at Kampot, you will have some time to settle into the accommodation venue, enjoying a complimentary welcome cocktail and relax before dinner. Dinner will be out at a local restaurant where you can try the famous Kampot Pepper – it is amazing! Spend the evening exploring Kampot with your group. There are some great local markets and stores, enjoy a relaxing massage or take a walk along the beautiful riverside. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 12 Itinerary

This morning those who have purchased the Kep half-day experience will travel by tuk-tuk to the small beachside town of Kep and visit the local crab markets. Kep is famous for its crab and crab markets, and you will have the opportunity to try some while we stop for lunch. If you don't love seafood, don't worry, there are plenty of other delicious options available. Those who haven't taken the add on can spend the morning relaxing by the pool at the accommodation or spend some time in town. In the afternoon we will be visiting a Cambodian waterpark when you can enjoy relaxing by the river or enjoying all of the water slides and attractions. On return, you will have dinner out at a local restaurant with the group and then spend some time exploring the city of Kampot. Meals included: Breakfast & Dinner

DAY 13 Itinerary

Today you will be making your way back to Phnom Penh by bus. When you arrive you can settle in at the accommodation and spend the afternoon exploring Phnom Penh city. There is so much to see and do - catch up on some last-minute shopping or enjoy a relaxing massage. Enjoy dinner out on the town and soak up Phnom Penh's exciting nightlife. Meals included: Breakfast & Lunch.

DAY 14 Itinerary

This you'll say goodbye to some of your team members who are returning home. The day is yours to explore Phnom Penh at your leisure. There are lots of markets, shopping centres, and coffee shops to stop in at. Or you may prefer to spend the day relaxing with a massage. The riverbank in Phnom Penh is also great to explore. Enjoy dinner out at a local restaurant with your group. Tomorrow you will be travelling to Siem Reap by bus, so you may want to stop off and grab some snacks for the journey. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 15 Itinerary

Today you'll travel by bus from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap to begin the next portion of your adventure! There will be time to settle into the accommodation on arrival before setting out on a walking tour of Siem Reap. The city of Siem Reap is much smaller than Phnom Penh, but it is filled with personality and you'll soon fall in love with it. A group dinner tonight will be enjoyed at a local restaurant where you'll get to know the new additions of your team. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 16 Itinerary

This morning you will travel by tuk-tuk to the ROV Community School which is just outside Siem Reap. There you will have an orientation and meet Chhaiky the principal who has helped grow the ROV school from 30 students to 300 students. All students at the ROV school are receiving a free education thanks to people like you joining our programs. You will then get stuck into the project which may include building a new classroom, library, bathroom, or home for a disadvantaged family. The building projects are always reflective of the needs of the community and will vary from program to program. After dinner, you'll have a Khmer language and history class. Meals included: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

DAY 17 Itinerary

Today you'll travel by tuk-tuk back to the ROV School to continue work on the building project. Every day on the building project you will enjoy a traditional home-cooked lunch. This is supporting local village women and providing a source of employment and income for them - the food is also amazing. In the afternoon you can spend time interacting with the students at the school. They are soccer fanatics and love a good dance-off! Or for those who are interested you can learn to drive a tuk-tuk - see the add ons for more information. After dinner be treated to a relaxing traditional Khmer massage. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

DAY 18 Itinerary

Make sure you've had a good night's sleep as you will be visiting Angkor Wat to see the sunrise! This allows for some pretty amazing Insta snaps! After seeing the breathtaking sunrise over the temples you will have a guided tour of Angkor Wat which is one of the largest religious monuments in the world, and learn about Cambodia's rich history. While on tour you'll even see the famous Ta Prohm Temple which is where Tomb Raider was filmed. On return from Angkor Wat there is free time for those who haven't purchased the Floating village add on. If you have purchased the add on you will visit the floating villages which are on the Tonle Sap lake - South East Asia's largest lake. Locals here live on houses raised by stilts, and you will enjoy a boat cruise through the villages. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 19 Itinerary

This morning we are once again on our Tuk-Tuks and off to the ROV school. You will finish work on your project and then take part in a farewell party - get those tissues ready! In the afternoon you have the option of visiting a local beach and waterpark. Why not relax under a shaded awning and enjoy a cocktail. What better way to finish up your week! The evening is yours to explore Siem Reap city. You can enjoy drinks in Pub street, shop at the markets, grab a massage or dance the night away. Meals included: Breakfast & Lunch.

DAY 20 Itinerary

Breakfast at the hotel and the chance for a lazy lie-in for those who haven't purchased today's optional activities. You can then the day exploring Siem Reap at your leisure. If you have purchased the add on you will be visiting the beautiful Kulen Mountain, swimming under waterfalls, hiking the nature trails and visiting the sleeping Buddha. Finish the evening with a trip to see the acrobatic circus which is providing a creative outlet for local Cambodian's. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

DAY 21 Itinerary

Today you'll be off to an early start as we make our way to Bangkok! Enjoy seeing the scenery as you travel through the jungles of Siem Reap, across the Thai border and make your way into the hustle and bustle of Bangkok. Settle into your accommodation and enjoy dinner out in Bangkok. Meals included: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

DAY 22 Itinerary

Explore the vibrant city of Bankok with a visit to the Chatuchak weekend market where there are over 15,000 stalls. Make sure you've left some space in your suitcase! This evening we will visit Khao San Road which is famous for its nightlife, bucket cocktails, and local cuisine. Meals included: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

DAY 23 Itinerary

Today we leave Bangkok and make our way to Chiang Mai, a beautiful city in the mountains of northern Thailand. Enjoy dinner out at a local restaurant. Meals included: Breakfast Lunch & Dinner

DAY 24 Itinerary

After breakfast, we make our way to the elephant sanctuary which is home to a number of elephants who have been rescued from the logging and tourism industries to be given a new chance at life. You will be given an orientation tour and spend some time settling into your new home for the next few days. During your time at the elephant sanctuary, you will be assisting in the day to day running of it. You'll help feed the elephants, wash them in the river, take them for walks, prepare their food and more. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 25 Itinerary

Today is another full day at the elephant sanctuary where you will be busy hanging out with your new elephant friends and helping to take care of them. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 26 Itinerary

Wake up to the sounds of elephants. Enjoy the day spending time with the elephants while you walk them, bathe them, feed them as well as assist to prepare their meals. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 27 Itinerary

Spend some time this morning saying goodbye to the elephants before we make our way back to the centre of Chiang Mai. There will be time to explore the tourist sites and temples in Chiang Mai and explore the markets there. You'll then enjoy dinner out as a group and spend your final night together. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

DAY 28 Itinerary

Departure day. Enjoy a relaxed morning where you can say goodbye to your new friends. If you have booked the airport drop off add-on, your team leader will drop you at the airport. Meals included: Breakfast & Lunch.

What's Included
  1. All accommodation
  2. All on-ground transport Excl. airport transfers
  3. ROV Team Leader
  4. S21 & Killing Fields tour Two days in Kampot
  5. Entry to the Cambodian waterpark
  6. Guided tour of Angkor Wat
  7. Street food tour including bug tasting for the brave! Local massage
  8. All materials for the ROV project
  9. Khmer Culture: Language & History night
  10. Siem Reap: Walking Tour Local Markets & Traditional Carnival
  11. Night out in Bangkok (Koh San Road)

For more details see your Program Booklet.

Included Meals
  1. Breakfast 27
  2. Lunch 26
  3. Dinner 25
Add-Ons
  1. Kep Half Day Seafood Experience ($35.00)
  2. Extra night before program (Siem Reap) ($45.00)
  3. Kulan Mountain ($59.95)
  4. Airport Collection & Drop-Off (Phnom Penh - Bangkok or Chiang Mai) ($18.00)
  5. Extra Night Before (Phnom Penh) ($65.00)
  6. Acrobatic Circus ($32.50)
  7. Floating Village ($47.50)
  8. Learn to Ride a Cambodian Tuk-Tuk ($9.50)
  9. Flight Booking Service ($75.00)
  10. Standard ROV T-Shirt (Unisex) ($10.00)
  11. Save The Elephants t-shirt (Unisex) ($15.00)
  12. Save The Reef t-shirt (Unisex) ($17.50)
Airport Information

Programs commencing Nov 2019 - Feb 2020

ArrivalPhnom Penh International (PNH) – you can arrive at any time between 8 am and midnight on the first day of the program. Take the Airport pick-up Add On and we’ll be there when you land.

Departure: Bangkok International (BKK) – you can depart at any time on the final day. Take the airport drop-off and we will take you back to the airport.

Programs commencing after May 2020

ArrivalPhnom Penh International (PNH) – you can arrive at any time between 8 am and midnight on the first day of the program.  Take the Airport pick-up Add On and we’ll be there when you land.

Departure: Chiang Mai International (CNX) – you can depart at any time on the final day. Take the airport drop-off and we will take you back to the airport.

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Reviews

  • Allie Kingsley
    17 Jun 2018
    "I chose ROV because it seemed like a trustworthy organization. And I could tell that it was actually helping the communities it was in, not hurting them. I chose this project because I really wanted to go to Asia. I am young and healthy and that is the best time to go somewhere that is very difficult to get to. The most memorable parts of the project were the small moments that I had with people. It was playing with the kids and having them be excited to see me the next day. It was working with the locals and finally being told I did a good job of laying down the bricks. It was the rain that came down from the sky while working giving us a little bit of liquid sunshine. It was all that I expected and more, thank you for the experience. I do feel like my community projects made a difference. I could see it in the eyes of the kids and with the locals, we were working with all throughout the weeks. Adam was great!!!! He did a really good job of handling two ginormous groups during the elephant sanctuary weeks. He was always super positive and kept the team morale high Damdin was amazing! I adore the man. He is so sweet and funny. He always kept the group going while cracking jokes. He definitely was the one who made the really hot days on site fun and enjoyable."
  • Autumn Prow
    05 Jul 2019
    "What an amazing 5 weeks! I wish there was a longer project because I could have stayed another 5 weeks! First 2 weeks from Phnom Penh to Koh Rong Island and Kampot were phenomenal, made even better with the amazing people on the trip with me. Seeing the pods deployed by previous groups and then deploying our own was incredible - I hope to return and see how ours are progressing in a few years time! Life on the Island is so far apart from anything else in the world - the days are long, the sun is hot and the waters is warm. During the day, scuba dive, swim, or explore the island, and at night head over to Coconut Beach for a couple of drinks and a swim with the bioluminescent plankton! Working at the ROV school for the 3rd week of the trip was such an impactful life event. The amazing principal Chhaiky and her husband DD (also our team leader for a while) have dedicated their lives to improving the lives of the children of the village, and the difference they make is truly inspiring. The kids are so happy and energetic its impossible not to fall in love with them. Suffice to say many tears were shed at the end of this week. Working at the two different sanctuaries really gave perspective on the lives of elephants in Asia. At the Cambodia Eco Sanctuary the elephants are rescued from abuse and allowed to roam freely in the park. Direct interaction with these gentle giants is restricted to feeding them and the rest of the time they are free to do whatever elephants do. Going from the sanctuary there to the Surin Elephant Homestay was such a stark difference. Due to lack of space and natural environment in which to allow the elephants to roam free, they are instead kept by the families in the village where they are kept well fed and well treated. This meant much greater interaction with the elephants; every morning we would feed them before walking with them to the river and help their mahouts wash them. Between all the hard work we were doing, our team leaders always made sure we had time to relax and have fun too - watching the sun rise over Angkor Wat, visiting a local water park, spending a night dancing in town, or just chilling on the beach enjoying the sun. We couldn't have asked for better team leaders over the 5 weeks. Sam, DD, and Junior all went above and beyond to make sure everyone had the best time possible, and they without a doubt succeeded. I definitely hope to do another programme with ROV - this one has been an inspiring and life changing experience, and I am eternally grateful for the amazing people that made it all possible."
  • Cassidy Porco
    07 Jun 2018
    "It was exactly what I wanted from a volunteer trip. I wanted to help as well as explore the country. There were many memorable parts and it was more than I expected. There were many memorable parts and it was more than I expected. Adam was a fantastic team leader. He made every experience super fun. He is a great motivator!!!"
  • Cody Gramlin
    07 Jun 2018
    "I find it will be very valuable on my resume, and I also thought it would be a fun and worthwhile experience I could do all while helping change the world. I don't have a specific part that was most memorable. The whole project was everything I expected and more. An absolutely life-changing experience. Adam was one of the greatest group leaders of any group-style project Ií¢ä‰åä‹¢ve ever been a part of. Ií¢ä‰åä‹¢m so happy I got to meet him, and I hope I get to work with him again in the future."
  • Jenna Remedios
    02 Feb 2019
    The organization was recommended by a friend. I wanted a way to travel, meet new people and make an impact. It was a unique experience that I wouldn't have gotten anywhere else! The people I met and the lasting feeling that we were able to accomplish something good for the animals. It was especially helpful to have Sam as our leader because he was able to give us more cultural background into the ceremonies we participated in. I felt like the welcoming ceremonies were very genuine and it was interesting to learn about how their villages come together.
  • Jessica Bradley
    01 Jul 2017
    "I enjoyed that we were totally immersed in the lifestyle of the locals and that we got to interact with the children there and help them learn English in an evening. The island was beautiful and I really loved my time there. Yes, I felt like I made a worthwhile contribution to the village we worked in. We helped to build a water catchment which will help provide water for the people living there when they experience drought. Also, the reef pods seem to really help life in the sea. Visiting the killing fields was really eye-opening and shocking but I felt it was really important for us to learn about what happened so i\'m really glad we got to go. They were very organized and professional, you can count on them to help with anything you need. Also, they made the experience really fun and they\'re lovely to talk to. Such a worthwhile once in a lifetime experience."
  • Jessica Jaramillo
    28 Jul 2018
    "í've been looking into volunteer work with elephants and was so ecstatic once I saw what Rov had to offer. Everyone kept saying to do a longer program so I did the whole 5 weeks! I don't think I could pick the most memorable part. It was all spectacular. From learning to scuba and working with elephants and finishing the school it all made my heart feel so full. Everything was so much better than I expected. Yes, I enjoyed working at the ROV community school so much. I really fell in love with the work and with the people whoí¢ä‰åä‹¢s lives weí¢ä‰åä‹¢ve affected. Yes, they were all great and I felt like I had a very good sense of the cultures in Cambodia and Thailand. We got to be a part of every community and become immersed in the culture which wouldní¢ä‰åä‹¢t have happened if I had come as a tourist Jade- AMAZING!! so kind and genuine and passionate about the work. I have learned so much from her and I always felt supported. She is one of the best humans Ií¢ä‰åä‹¢ve ever met. Damdin-AMAZING! DD was so funny and helpful and caring. He taught me so much about the Cambodian culture and I feel so grateful for being able to finish my last two weeks with him"
  • Josiah Geren
    06 Jul 2019
    Awesome project. Had an awesome time.
  • Layne Lindsay
    02 Feb 2019
    "I chose ROV because they came to my university in NSW Newcastle Australia and spoke about the different programs you can do. So later that day I signed up for the elephant program. Most memorable was probably my arrival. I was so nervous but I soon as I saw Sam waiting I was very relieved! I enjoyed every part of the trip but I loved the Cambodian sanctuary. Very rewarding. Culture and actives were excellent! Seeing the temples was incredible as well as just doing dinner in Siem Reap with Sam was excellent. Sam is a bloody Legend !! He would go out of his way every day to ask and make sure everyone was good. He was also very knowledgeable about Cambodia and Thailand and answered every question you could ask. Sam for me has taken a good trip and made it into an amazing one."
  • Madison LeMere
    28 Jun 2019
    Had the most amazing time and met the most amazing people on my trip with ROV. They've became like family and experiencing new cultures was awesome!
  • Maggie Smith
    28 Jul 2018
    "Wow. I would have to say the unexpected things were most memorable. So elephants fighting in front of me as I was trying to feed them sugar cane. Or walking in the mud and seeing an elephant slide down the bank. Or playing the games with the group and getting so intense. I did not expect this trip to go the way it did but I'm so glad it did. It was crazy and sensational. I truly don't want to leave. I enjoyed all of the projects. I truly feel the work we all put in has already made a difference. I can't express how much joy each of them brought me. Loved the cultural activities. Because it gave us a chance to become slightly more immersed in the culture. As well as giving us all a chance to bond. My team leaders were AMAZING. All of them. Jade and Damdin were incredible and the kindness they have shown me is unlike anything I've ever experienced. They are so giving and selfless. The willingness to teach and talk about their experiences has been eye-opening. This trip would not have been what it was without them. They have inspired me in so many ways and I can't thank them enough for it all."
  • Megan Holt
    28 Jul 2018
    It was amazing! I loved being at the school, playing with the kids and building a fence. Yes. We got to see different aspects of Cambodia that a normal tourist might miss. Damdin was the greatest team leader ever! He was so much fun and so caring. He was always taking care of us and made sure we had everything we needed and then some.
  • Parker Bacall
    20 Jul 2018
    "Seemed like a good way to travel and do helpful stuff. Loved meeting locals, scuba diving, swimming, working with elephants and getting to know a group of like-minded volunteers and leaders! Working with the community was awesome I felt like we really got to know everybody. But I felt that we could have made more of an impact. However, I know the work we did will be appreciated! Cultural activities were really informative and I feel that reach out went the extra mile to inform us of the culture. All of the leaders I had with reach out were more than qualified and enhanced the experience. They were friendly, wise, and eager to share there experience!"
  • Shannon Hodgson
    28 Jul 2018
    "I have previously been on an ROV project to South Africa and it was amazing so decided that the Cambodia project sounded good. The most memorable part was meeting all the people and making amazing friendships along the way. I really enjoyed the 5-week project and thought it was the perfect amount of time here to get to everything and feel like you've made a difference. In Thailand, I feel that more organization is needed and that there shouldn't be as much free time. My team leaders were Eloura Jade Sam and Damdim they were all amazing and very professional."
  • sophia gabrielson
    20 Jul 2018
    "Recruiters came to my campus, did a presentation and I was immediately sold on the program. I don't remember the names of the recruiters but they did a great job! it was so much more than I expected and I will never be able to forget any of it. I learned so much and met so many new people that are passionate about the same things that I am, I loved all the work and activities that went along with it! I have gotten to see first hand the impact that I and the other volunteers are making and it means so much to me. The activities really made me feel like I was being immersed in the culture of the countries that I was visiting and that's exactly what I was hoping for. The activities were fun and my team leaders always gave me background information about where we were and about the people that lived in the region. It made me feel more connected to the project and the people I was interacting with. All of my team leaders were different in ways but in the best ways possible. I got so close to all of them in such a short amount of time. They all made me feel comfortable in foreign areas and bonded with me as well as all the other volunteers. They were amazing leaders and I am proud to call all of them friends. All of my leaders were very responsible and well educated in the projects they were leading."
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    • Program cost $3,545.00/ person

    • Program cost excludes flights.

    Program cost $3,545.00