While there are a bunch of travelers who are restless and always up for solo trips, there are others who are skeptical about venturing out alone, yet feel the tickles of wanderlust every now and then.
If you are one of those who took the resolution to travel solo in the post-pandemic times and want to volunteer abroad, here are the safest destinations where you can find the best volunteering projects. Put all your worries on pause and pick the project that intrigues you the most.
Hopefully, you’ll have an amazing solo volunteering trip!
As the locals say, Costa Rica is the place to experience ‘Pura Vida’, meaning ‘Pure Life’. Undoubtedly, this picturesque Latin American country is a perfect destination for solo travelers, and the Turtle Conservation Program would be apt if you are someone who’s keen on working with animals. You’ll be staying at the volunteer house or ranger house either near the Caribbean or the Pacific Coast, close to your project site.
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If you are an ardent lover of history and have the zeal to explore the Inca Trails, then Peru would be the ideal destination to kick-start your solo journey. Our country coordinators would be there to assist you always, and you can volunteer and travel safely with us. The 2 Weeks Special Volunteer in Cusco, Peru, has been essentially designed for the youngsters (who are all set to feel the adrenaline rush)! Feel the warmth while volunteering at a rural, spend your time with the little ones and shower them with the love they deserve.
Are you a sports lover looking for a volunteering opportunity abroad? What can be better than opting for the Football Coaching Program in Ghana, where you’ll get to spend your days with the enthusiastic school kids, teaching them the hacks of the game. The Ghanaians are extremely passionate about football and while coaching the young players, you’ll also get to feel the vibes. Ghana is a safe destination for solo travelers, and our in-country team will be there to assist you always. As a volunteer, you’ll be working and living in the city of Tamale, with is an international hub, with travelers from all across the world.
To tell the truth, most of the women solo travelers choose to volunteer for this project, located in Arusha, Tanzania. This is, in fact, one of the most popular projects and if you love to work with children, then this would be the perfect choice for you! The Orphanage Volunteering Program majorly focuses on the welfare and development of underprivileged children, and as a volunteer, all you have to do is provide these kids with utmost love and care. The children living in the orphanages are between the age group of 4 to 15 years, but you’ll also find toddlers who have been left here by the families suffering from extreme poverty.
This 2 Weeks Special Voluntour Program in Kenya is specially designed for all those high school and college students who wish to travel abroad during their course break. Meant for young solo travelers, this program has the perfect itinerary to provide you the best that Kenya has to offer. You’ll be volunteering at an orphanage in Nairobi, and spend ample time with the little ones. The focus of this project is to provide adequate love and care to the orphans living in the shelter homes.
Are you a solo traveler, keen on exploring India, but not quite sure about the safety issues? Well, no worries! Trust me, India is an absolutely safe country for travelers (which includes female travelers as well), and thousands of people from all across the world visit this enchanting land, every year. The Yoga and Volunteer Adventure Program in the Himalayas would be a perfect choice for those who wish to learn the art of Yoga and Meditation while living in a quaint Himalayan town and also volunteer for the children at a rural school.
If you have always wanted to play an active role in conservation programs, then now is your chance to be a volunteer and contribute meaningfully towards the wellbeing of the Sea Turtles thriving in the south-western coasts of Sri Lanka. The main focus of this project is to protect the turtle eggs as well as the baby turtles, and subsequently increase their population.
Once you find the project that suits your interests, go ahead and apply for it. We always suggest enthusiastic participants book their volunteering projects in advance. In case you have any doubts or need to know more about our projects, you can simply drop us a mail at [email protected] and our Trave Advisors will get back to you, ASAP!
Riyanka is a traveler who is keen on exploring different parts of the world. She’s a travel blogger who’s equally passionate about photography. Her quest is to turn all her journeys into beautiful stories. Being a die-hard ‘mountain-aholic‘, her favorite destinations are all around the Himalayas! She can spend days gazing at the snow-capped mountains, binge on Maggi and lemon-honey-ginger tea, and reading Ruskin Bond books.
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