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Costa Rica Traverse

I have postponed sending this letter until now so as to be uninfluenced by post-trip emotions, as it were. But even 9 months on, I still cannot help but praise this expedition. It was a wonderful mixture of guides & people. The grade was enough to focus you on the task in hand, and to get a real feeling & respect for the land. The kindness & generosity displayed by ALL of the WE representatives on the trip all complimented the experience, turning it away from a regular organised expedition and into something more - something that has fed and quickened soul - and for adventure. Thank you.

Simon Stuart | Gloucester
 
 

Community Project Travel

>> do something good | do something extraordinary

An adventure holiday has the power to change you, and conversely you can effect change in the places you visit.  Since 2005, travelers from across the globe have been making tangible change in underprivileged communities by partaking in our Community Project Travel (CPT) trips.  Working along-side volunteers from the host communities, travelers complete grass-root construction projects that are funded by the World Expeditions Foundation.

World Expeditions is committed to assisting underprivileged communities in Nepal, Peru, Vietnam, Tanzania and Australia. These communities receive little or no government support and coupled with dire economic predicament are in need of assistance. After consultation with the heads of these communities we have identified a number of projects in each community that we aim to complete over the course of time. These projects are completed over 3-10 days and form part of an adventure itinerary.

2016/17 Community Travel Project includes:

 

 

 

Visit our dedicated www.communityprojecttravel.com website.

Take a look at the impact we've had on two schools in Nepal that were devastated by the 2015 earthquakes:

COMING SOON *** Peru: Huilloq Healthy Cookstove Project
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