A different climate to what you're used to, it can be hard to know what to pack when traveling to Ghana. This packing guide is here to help.
When you travel from North America, Europe, or Asia, stepping into Ghana for the first time reveals immediate cultural differences. Go in with an open mind and be prepared to be flexible to ensure that your experience is as seamless as possible.
Cambodia isn’t usually on people's bucket lists. Outside of Southeast Asia, most people don’t know much about its rich history, culture, food, and beautiful sites.
After touching down in Accra, it’s a small step off the plane, but a giant leap into the unknown. No matter how much research you do beforehand, experiencing Ghana for real is intense.
[This blog article was used from February to August 2020 to regularly update our volunteers on the latest developments regarding COVID-19.
In the capital city of Cordoba, streets intersect with grand palms, stray dogs, and street performers. The chaos of a big city seems lost in this idyllic haven, where you can always find a peaceful plaza, a conversant stranger, or a nearby river to escape.
Feeling prepared while planning your trip to Cambodia is important, especially if you’re traveling there for the first time as a volunteer or intern. Even though our staff will fully prepare you, you might feel a little more confident doing your own preparation too.
As a welcoming country, Ghana is perfect for your first volunteer trip. Once you’ve signed up to one of our programs, we’ll let you know what to prepare before you set off. This travel preparation guide exists to answer any initial questions.