This Kathmandu tour not only shows you the markets, squares, backstreets, temples, and courtyards of Nepal’s capital but also includes a visit to a family home for a Nepalese-style lunch.
This Hanoi tour covers the historic hot spots, must-see monuments and special spaces that you’d kick yourself for missing. It’s got it all for those wanting to see all the highlights.
This trip is great for those that want to know more about Thai and Lao traditional culture and get away from the tourist traps of South East Asia.
India is home to one-sixth of the world’s population, quarter of whom live below the poverty line. Volunteers work in schools & community centres, providing much needed support & teaching.
In partnership with the WWF, we helped set up a protected marine research park in Tanzania. Since then we have developed marine projects in Fiji, Madagascar and many other countries.
Join our extraordinary Borneo expedition and combine a community or environmental project with exhilarating adventure challenge.
Swing into Laos from Hanoi and see all the good stuff - Vientiane, nature lovin’ Vang Vieng, good-lookin’ Luang Prabang and the mighty Mekong. Then on to Thailand for Chiang Mai and Bangkok.
Some of the best beaches in some of the best places to chill make this Thai Island Hopper trip a must. From Phuket, head to paradise on legendary Koh Phi Phi, before beautiful Krabi.
Volunteers are needed for this rewarding project in schools and community centres, which helps to improve the lives & opportunities of Burmese communities living in Thailand.
Enjoy a fast-paced adventure, experience the Taj Mahal at sunrise, uncover bustling cities, capture colourful Rajasthan in the viewfinder, relax on quiet beaches in Goa.
Tanzania, a country of warm hearts and stunning scenery; but where 90% of the population live on less than £1.50. Volunteer in this incredible country & help with sustainable development.
Explore Amarbayasgalant Monastery, enjoy the hospitality of a local family in a Mongolian ger, soak in the Jiguur hot springs and visit the remains of Genghis Khan’s capital at Kharkhorin.
Having access to a education is fundamental in Borneo as it means children can reach the minimum standard of reading and writing required for them to enter the education system in Malaysia.
Ride the bullet train from modern, bustling Tokyo to the heart of Japan’s countryside, exploring traditional culture and ancient shrines before soaking in thermal springs.
Teach English and other subjects in a Thai Village. A fascinating experience awaits you in the land of smiles! Embrace Thai culture while assisting others to perfect their English.
Cycle the streets of Hanoi, take on the challenge of the Hai Van Pass, weave through rice paddies and villages on the back roads, relax on the beach at Nha Trang.
Attaining English language skills can open up huge opportunities for people many people around the world. As an English Teacher you will be able to share your valuable skills.
Volunteer on conservation projects in the heart of Sabah’s last areas of undisturbed lowland rainforest, home to the pygmy elephant, clouded leopard and orangutan.
Disconnected from the rest of the world for so long, Burma’s beauty astounds and the glorious sunsets are like nowhere else in the world
Discover Cambodia’s troubled past as well as its bright future on this fascinating tour from the enthralling capital of Phnom Penh to the truly stunning temples of Angkor Wat.