Projects Abroad Volunteer Travel Blog
From mass slaughters and miserable living conditions to hushed-up attacks on humans – in this blog we look beyond the dolphin smile and ask whether or not it’s time to kick swimming with dolphins off the bucket list.
Camera trap images of animals are increasingly being used to raise conservation awareness. Some of these images are amusing, others have captured rare or elusive animals. All show incredible scenes that you would never get to see up close or in person.
Projects Abroad is offering you the chance to win a Highlander Explorer 60+20 litre Teal Travel Backpack. We’re also throwing in a Travel Essentials Kit for good measure! Read our blog to find out how you can enter.
With the FIFA World Cup just around the corner, the question on everyone’s lips is ‘does England have a chance?’ Let's face it - probably not, so in this blog we have put together a list of things to do in Brazil when England get knocked out.
Earlier this year, Programme Advisor Heidi decided to take her 6 year old son volunteering in Sri Lanka. In this blog I catch up with her to find out what they got up to.
In this post, guest blogger Joe Jamieson talks about his time spent in the jungles of Thailand where he met a Buddhist monk with a predilection for punk music.
At the end of February, I embarked upon an ambitious road trip in South Africa. The rainbow nation has something for everyone: mountains, beaches, forests, deserts, wildlife… take your pick! Here are my top 10 things to do in South Africa.
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