Volunteering abroad is one of the most rewarding things you’ll likely ever do in your life. There are a number of reasons you might do this. Maybe you want to take a gap year and have something incredible to show for it. Maybe you just want new experiences, to meet new people, and to become a part of a community. Maybe you just want a new adventure! Whatever the reason, there are a few places out there that are perfect for volunteering. Here are some of the most amazing locations out there:
When you choose to volunteer in the ever popular Thailand, you can help out at a refugee camp, with stray dogs, and on a variety of other opportunities. The great thing about choosing Thailand is that you can explore it outside of the normal tourist stuff. Thais are very friendly and will acknowledge you with a smile at the same time as working hard. You can use this chance to get to know people in a much more meaningful way.
In Peru, there are opportunities for teaching English, construction and renovation, childcare, jungle conservation, and so much more. You’ll be making a useful, positive contribution to the community, whether you want to help people or animals. You may even get to explore the mystical and mysterious city of Machu Picchu during your stay. Peru is five times the size of the UK. There are Inca ruins everywhere, which is why it attracts many historians and archaeologists.
This is a unique and lively destination for volunteering. Of course you have the bustling Cape Town, but there’s so much more to see. You could teach literacy while here, music, become a teaching assistant, and even help out in day care centers. There are many diverse lifestyles and environments for you to discover. There’s even a total of eleven national languages.
This is an exciting opportunity to volunteer in a popular place. When you volunteer in Ghana you can choose teaching, care, dentistry, nursing, and much more. There are opportunities to take part in sports and teach human rights. You can even help to repair crumbling schools for the children. It’s also possible to chat to other volunteers and choose after your arrival if you can’t decide right now.
India is one of the most diverse places to visit. There are many languages, amazing architecture, vibrant colors, natural landscapes, and more. Different cultures, religions, cuisine.
Education opportunities, humanitarian, healthcare, empowering women, and more.
With some of the most amazing locations out there in this guide, how exactly are you supposed to decide where to volunteer? It’s a good idea to consider the places that spark your interest most. This is likely where you’ll be happiest. What cause means the most to you? Where will your skills be most helpful? Are there any ethical implications? Considering these things will help you to make the right choice. No doubt whatever you choose, you’ll have an incredible time.
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