Holbrook Travel featured in NBC voluntourism article

Holbrook Travel featured in NBC voluntourism article

May 13, 2014| by administrator

Charitable globetrotters are making waves in the travel industry. Several travel companies, including Road Scholar and Holbrook Travel, use their programs and services to give their travelers a more in-depth travel experience through philanthropic service. Holbrook Travel helps guide travelers’ philanthropic interests to make sure they are both sustainable and effective within the community or environment.

Among its many service opportunities for travelers, Holbrook Travel partners with the Sea Turtle Conservancy in Costa Rica to provide an opportunity for travelers to participate in its sea turtle monitoring program. Holbrook also founded the Sarapiquí Conservation Learning Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to conservation, education and community development opportunities in Sarapiqui, Costa Rica. Traveling with a purpose provides travelers with opportunities to connect with local citizens and understand the culture on a deeper level while enriching the lives of the local community members and their environment.

Holbrook Travel was recently mentioned in an NBC article on voluntourism and traveler’s philanthropy. Read the full article here: http://holbrook.travel/1mUTa8T

To learn more about Holbrook’s volunteer opportunities abroad, visit our website.

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