Projects Abroad Travel Blog
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So many of our volunteers fundraise to cover the cost of their trip, but it can be overwhelming to figure out where to start and what to do! Fear not, however – I’m here to talk you through potential ideas to help you meet your fundraising goals. I’ve rounded up some of the more interesting and unique fundraising ideas, as undertaken by our very own Projects Abroad volunteers, and I hope that you’ll find some inspiration for your own money-raising initiatives.
What started out as a volunteering adventure has now turned into a fully-fledged career for Projects Abroad’s Roger Bruget. The Norwegian native arrived in Thailand a few years ago as a volunteer on our Diving & Marine Conservation project, and is now Conservation Project Manager at our Diving & Marine Conservation project on the island of Koh Sdach in Cambodia.
While the daily wearing of traditional attire has been in decline over the decades, it is still sometimes worn on special occasions and for celebrations. I take a look at the traditional wear in some of our destinations around the world.
With placements in 7 Latin American destinations, our staff here at Projects Abroad have been fortunate enough to visit a number of these beaches. We’ve discussed personal favourites, taken into account feedback from our volunteers, and have come up with a list of our best beaches in Latin America.
Travelling abroad is an exciting experience. You’ll try new foods, see new places and meet new people. However, nothing can ruin a good trip like getting sick. We suggest that you try some of the following tips to help keep you healthy while exploring the world.
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.
Whether or not to get the rabies vaccination – that age old question that most travellers find themselves asking at some point. In this guest post, registered nurse Jane Bell dispels some common myths and explains who should get the vaccination.