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USD 465 / per person

If you have a passion for the arts then you can really make a difference by volunteering on our Teaching English & Arts – Puerto Lopez Volunteer Program. By spending time on a performing arts project, you can impart your knowledge about the art form you specialize in while learning about local traditions in Ecuador.

USD 465 / per person

Isla Corazon is a community ecotourism and conservation project whose aim is to protect and preserve the fragile mangrove ecosystems on the island. The island is home to many species of mangroves, and its unique ecosystem and was declared an important Wildlife Refuge by the Ministry of Environment in 2002. This project aims to use…

USD 465 / per person

Volunteers will be living with an indigenous Cañarí Tribe called Nizag Community who are made up of direct descendants of the Incas. This community is nestled in the Andes in a valley called Nizag next to the “Nariz del Diablo” or Nose of the Devil canyon made famous by the Devils Nose Train. Nizag is…

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USD 600 / per person

The island Isabela on the Galápagos Islands is the largest island amongst all islands. It inhabits 6 shield volcanoes and holds an abundance of natural diversity to explore.

USD 465 / per person

The Sachawasi Amazon Community are an Amazonian community that consists of 42 kind-hearted and hospitable members, 23 of which are talkative and playful children. Recently they have opened their land and their hearts to volunteers and tourism.

USD 465 / per person

This very special volunteer work program is located on the territory of a Shiwiar Amazon Tribe in an extremely remote region of Ecuador's Amazon that is only accessible by small chartered flight. Because of the regions remoteness it has not yet been exploited by the oil, wood, and mining companies that have devastated the rest…

USD 600 / per person

In Santa Cruz, Volunteers will be staying in Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Galápagos Island. Volunteer work will involve teaching English to students and the local community who work in the tourist industry. Volunteers will be helping to contribute to empowering the locals who want to use English as a communication tool with foreigners.

USD 485 / per person

The Kichwa community is an indigenous community that lives in the Amazon rainforest right on the border of Yasuni National Park. The National Park is a protected area for conservation and reforestation. In fact, Yasuni is considered, by scientists, as the most biodiverse place on earth. However, many oil companies have managed to implement themselves…