IFRE Volunteers

About

IFRE Volunteers is one of the leading volunteer abroad organizations in the world, and we offer the most affordable programs in the industry without sacrificing the high level of quality, safety and service we provide to all of our international volunteers. Registered as a 501(c)3 non-profit based in Dallas, Texas, IFRE has been offering life-changing and impactful experiences since 2006 to thousands of satisfied volunteers.

A volunteer trip with IFRE will change you forever. You will have the amazing opportunity to travel the world at an affordable price, discover a greater purpose through giving of yourself to humanitarian organizations doing important work to make the world a better place, and make a dramatic impact on the lives of people and wildlife that desperately need your help.

Reviews

  • Ryan w
    Aug 06, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    excellent experience

    I do enjoy the program. At the first day of my arrival, the in-country coordinator has a lot of patience to wait for me at the airport. He picked up me even I did not call him (the net in the airport doesn't work). He helped me buy a sim card and also exchange money, and then directly sent me to the program. I live in an intern house, which is very quiet and safe. And one lady cooked breakfast and dinner for me. The food is delicious and nutritional. I will 100% recommend this program to my friends, hope they can help more Kenyan women. Overall, it is an excellent experience in Kenya, worth to try in your life!

  • Xiyue Y
    Aug 06, 2020
    5/5
    Yes, I recommend

    Impactful Trip Along With Safari!!

    It was an incredible experience in Kenya, it is hard to describe in words. From the moment I arrived I felt at home and very welcome in the centre. I volunteered to teach English & Math to during my 2 weeks stay at the centre & I was given the teaching aids that were necessary for classes. If I had problems or needed assistance other teachers were always there to help me. Barnabas was a fantastic source of information and advice during my stay. I found the students to be very eager to learn and very courteous in class. It was just such a pity to find them with only one book to work from for the whole class. Nonetheless, the teachers manage with what little resources they have & they are a great inspiration for the children. I extended my stay there by another week but that was still far too little time to be spending with such great children. I will definitely go back as soon as I can organize for it.
    I was welcomed into the host family as their own. It really felt like home. My host sacrificed her own time at weekends to bring me to the Giraffe Centre & the Bomas of Kenya. She also helped me to buy provisions for the orphanage – taking another whole day of her personal time. In terms of the livings conditions I found the house to be most comfortable and the quality of the meals I received was excellent.
    On the last week of my stay in Kenya I did the Safari as well. It was absolutely fantastic. The driver, Sammy, was very competent – I felt very safe in the vehicle on such rocky roads! He was also very knowledgeable with respect to the wildlife – in terms of both identification and giving us information about specific animals. The campsite was well run – it was clean & even had hot showers on our second day! The food was also very good.

  • Francis c.
    Aug 06, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    Life-Changing Experience!

    I am applying to Physician Assistant school soon and wanted to have a better perspective with global healthcare. I felt that I needed to see the health disparities with my own eyes to understand that I was fortunate enough to receive excellent care when I had surgery, recovery, and currently today, but it was not the case for the non-privileged patients of these developing countries. Many healthcare professionals in developing countries face the challenge of having inadequate facilities, limited resources, and understaffed clinics and hospitals. Being out of my comfort zone and working in the challenging settings in Kenya has helped build my character, enhance my abilities, and encourage me to collaborate with other healthcare professionals to provide the best possible health care keeping in mind the circumstances. The last weeks have allowed me to develop adaptability and resilience in these clinics will make it easier to navigate a profession in the health field. The PAs and nurses welcomed me apart of their team and communication to direct patients to diagnosis and treatment options. Being exposed to this environment has given me a better perspective on healthcare. I felt safe in this environment since my accommodation was in a gated community with security guards. I missed home, and to have a home cooked meal every night in my program coordinator's home allowed me to feel comfortable and consider it a home away from home. I knew that if I came to Nairobi that I had to experience a safari and the culture. I was amazed by the beauty of the big five in Nairobi National Park, the elephants from the David Sheldrick orphanage, the giraffe center, and the Bomas of Kenya. This volunteering trip has been one of the greatest things I have had the privilege to experience and I am leaving taking all of the knowledge I have learned to apply in my future profession.

  • Dosilu C
    Aug 05, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    It was the best experience.

    It was the best experience. lovely kids and nice staff, I will miss them so much. I also had a great time with other volunteers. you will have enough time to explore India at the weekends or in the afternoon. The peoples in India are very friendly and helpful.

    How this program can be improved?

    I went to the orphanage every morning. it would be nice to see the orphanage in other times, maybe once in the evening.

  • Koni A
    Aug 05, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    Great Experience in India

    My time volunteering in India was teaching English to underprivileged children. Volunteering and living in India is completely different from going on holiday in India. There's so much depth to the culture here and until you fully embrace it, you will not learn to appreciate all this amazing country has to offer. The students were lovely and loved having a foreigner in their classroom. I enjoyed it very much. I have taught English many times and in many different countries but I have to say teaching here in India was an experience of a lifetime - the teachers were incredible welcoming and gracious towards me and constantly invited me to see the village with them. My direct host made the experience happen smoothly and was there whenever I had any question - big or small. Would recommend this program to a well seasoned traveler and someone really able to get out of their comfort zone.

  • Ember W
    Aug 05, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    Amazing Experience

    I was at the clinic for 2 weeks and wish that I had have planned to stay for longer. The clinic is a very hands on experience. The team worked as a sort of triage to manage the high volume of people who visit for the doctor. We mainly delt with individuals who were low income and relied on the free clinic to manage CVD, diabetes, and chronic pain. The programs are well established in the community and ensure that volunteers are safe and feel welcome. They were also very flexibale and ensure that any dietary restrictions or other accommodations are met.

  • Embark C
    Aug 05, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    The Adventure of a Lifetime

    My experience volunteering abroad in Argentina with IFRE was phenomenal. The staff was very supportive and welcoming, and I felt safe the entire time I was there. It was amazing to know that I was helping out a community in need every day by working in a daycare with impoverished 2-4 year old children. This experience was incredibly rewarding and I learned a lot about myself. Also, the volunteer accommodations that were provided were great, including the house and the food served daily. I highly recommend traveling with IFRE- you won’t regret it!

  • Hilary D
    Aug 05, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    Honest Review!

    I spent 2 weeks in Córdoba doing the Healthcare project, and had a really good time. The atmosphere at the house was super chill and welcoming, and I always felt very at home! The project was interesting as well, as I spent my time shadowing in a local clinic- definitely a good way to practice your Spanish as well! The staff were all very welcoming and willing to answer any questions. Overall I had a great experience and would recommend Córdoba!

  • Jose R.
    Aug 05, 2020
    3/5
    Yes, I recommend

    This experience was one of the best I have ever had.

    This experience was one of the best I have ever had. I was very apprehensive about taking this journey because I have never traveled alone. However, I would not let my nerves get the best of me, so I decided to travel alone for the first time to Buenos Aires. I have always wanted to volunteer and see other parts of the world. I came across IFRE just surfing the web for safe and affordable programs. I am starting graduate school this fall so I did not have too much extra money to spend on traveling. I did research on some of the countries I was interested in and Buenos Aires seemed to be one of the safer choices so I felt comfortable in my decision to travel there.

    My Spanish speaking skills are extremely basic. I definitely struggled to speak to some of the locals, but I was able to get my point across. Also, I was never alone unless I chose to be alone which was comforting. All the volunteers would go out to eat together and explore Buenos Aires together!

    I always felt safe because there would always be 6 to 9 of us going together to the program and no-one was left behind. The kids in the program truly have a piece of my heart. It was hard for me to communicate with them since my Spanish skills are very minimal. So while I was there, I focused on playing different sports and activities with the kids such as soccer, jump rope, catch, skateboarding, using the scooter, drawing, and etc. Even tough I couldn't speak the same language, some of the kids truly gravitated towards me because they could see I was smiling, laughing and trying to have fun with them. It truly amazed me how close I felt to some of them even though I could not have real conversation with them.

  • Cardi Duff
    Aug 05, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    I had a great time!

    The IFRE staff were friendly, helpful, and made me feel right at home. My stay was comfortable and affordable. The food was delicious and the house was clean and neat. The host family really made me feel like a visiting family member versus a guest. They even threw me a little going away dinner.

    The staff at my placement were also very nice and helpful and seemed so happy to have me there. As a qualified healthcare professional, I wasn't able to utilize many of my skills so the placement is better suited to a student. Intermediate to advanced Spanish would have made my time easier but I loved the experience nonetheless.

  • Suzzen Sterl
    Aug 04, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    Thoroughly Enjoyed my Experience

    I am thoroughly enjoying my experience in Costa Rica. My language has improved enormously thanks to my classes and my host family who have all helped me so much. I have the best support if I need it and I am completely welcomed into my family. The project is rewarding and I feel like I’m making a positive impact on the lives of the Mamas and the children I am working with. In order to properly experience the project, I recommend coming for more than 2 months in order to establish real relationships with those you are helping and working with.

    How this program can be improved?

    I would stay longer! Costa Rica is beautiful and there’s so much to see, 3 months is not enough!

  • Arthur Chloe
    Aug 04, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    Great Experience!

    The overall price for the trip was very reasonable. I didn't feel like I was spending more money than the program deserved when it came to housing and accommodation and project placement. I also really enjoyed my host family -- they could not have been a better fit for me and they made this trip a great experience. My Spanish has improved dramatically and I feel like I have a deeper understanding for Costa Rica as a country due to my excellent host family. All my meals were delicious, I had my own private room, we have a clean shower and dependable wifi, and overall my host mom and sister were just very kind, accommodating, encouraging, and fun. I rate my home-stay experience 10/10. I also enjoyed the excursions very much. The Island Day Tour was absolutely beautiful and was organized so well -- someone picked me up, took me to the tour, I was taken care of the entire tour, and then someone brought me back to my host family. I felt very safe and comfortable. I really appreciate the opportunity to see different parts of the country and how smoothly those things worked. I also appreciated my country coordinator, Lauren. Lauren was great about being in touch with me and helping me through various issues and checking in with me to make sure the program was going smoothly. I felt like I had adequate support in this program and was grateful for that.

    How this program can be improved?

    Overall, I think IFRE is a great organization with great employees, and I loved my time in Costa Rica and with my host family.

  • Michelle Pogba
    Aug 04, 2020
    5/5
    Yes, I recommend

    Life Changing Experience!

    My daughter and I volunteered for 2 weeks at the NATUWA Wildlife Sanctuary. We were looking for a true hands on experience that was affordable and educational. It was all that and more!
    The staff were knowledgeable, extremely friendly and loved to joke around! They also took their work very seriously. We felt welcome for the moment we arrived and learned so much from them! The kitchen staff were very accommodating to vegetarian and gluten free diets. You will not go hungry!
    The theme was, “work hard, play hard” while we were there. Every day was different. Besides preparing food and feeding the animals twice a day, we worked on many projects throughout the sanctuary. It was very satisfying work. At the end of the day there was time to relax in a hammock, play games or go into town. We often walked to the local store and hung out by the soccer field. We even joined in a soccer game with the locals... so fun!!! We felt welcome wherever we went.
    We also got one day off a week to go on a day trip. We organized a trip with 8 of us and hired a tour company to take us snorkeling and go swimming on a beautiful island. Along the way, they took us to an island where we got to see spider monkeys swinging around. They also took us past a rocky area where there were may birds. Along the way we saw lots of dolphins and a whale! We ended the trip with a visit to the bioluminescent water, where we could go swimming!
    Although I went with my 17 year old daughter, I didn’t see much of her during the work day. She was busy giving tours of the sanctuary and working on different projects. There were 4 feeding routes, too, that we rotated during our stay. This allowed us to get to know all the animals at the sanctuary. There were many young people volunteering, as well as a family and people of different ages. We all made new friends and are in touch through WhatsApp!
    We will definitely volunteer through IFRE again!!!

    How this program can be improved?

    We fell in love with the baby anteater! It was so cool to watch it climb and search for food... adorable!!!

  • Corinna B
    Aug 04, 2020
    3/5
    Yes, I recommend

    Volunteer Osa Peninsula Sea Turtle

    Had a really nice time at Latin American Sea Turtle Project. The staff and service was excellent. I learnd a lot more about those lovely animals and about nature in general. I can‘t say that mich because I only had time to stay for 5 days. So I tecommend you should definitely stay a longer time. I was there in October so it’s the rain season. But the weather was actually very good always sunny in the morning and later on it rained or sometimes also just a little so really perfect, because it wasn’t to crazy hot. The cabin I stayed in was also good and the food they served me everyday. The host family was super cute and friendly and tried to communicate with me as good as possible, because I couldn’t speak Spanish at all. All in one, an amazing experience.

    How this program can be improved?

    Practice your Spanish or bring a dictionary to make sure you can communicate better with the people you stay with

  • Jose Carlos
    Aug 04, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    My life in Costa Rica

    I am a 17 year-old Guatemalan teenager, who had a unique and extraordinary experience in Costa Rica. The kiddos were amazing, and very eager to learn. The host family was very attentive and friendly.
    After finishing my classes, I had to opportunity to visit some museums and shopping malls. During the weekend I booked some tours through Tropical Tours (awarded by TripAdvisor), and have a wonderful time with the wildlife of Costa Rica.
    I plan to retour to Costa Rica in a near future. Highly recommended.

  • Edie Murray
    Aug 04, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    Great experience in Sri Lanka!

    I had a great time while my stay in Sri Lanka. Michael made us feel very welcome in his home as well as made sure we felt very safe while traveling. He was always asking what he could do to make our stay better and he helped me with some independent travels outside Galle which was very helpful. I got to catch my first express bus to Mirissa which was amazing and Michael helped me through it all. I also had a couple days of being sick and he helped me get to the right clinic and get the best care needed. Very thankful to Michael and all he has done for this group.

  • Paul peterson
    Aug 02, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    amazing experience

    My volunteering work at an orphanage in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala through Institute for Field Research Expeditions was an enriching, smooth and . The demeanor of the personnel at IFRE from the first point of contact to the completion of the program was very professional and good.

    I was working at an orphanage that had around 27 babies and kids and was accountable for taking care of the kids by organizing games, teaching them songs, playing with them, etc. IFRE gave utmost care to my comfort in settling into a new responsibility and made sure that their personnel (Carla, in my case) was there with me all the time to help out in my interactions and work. The place was very safe and a brief orientation given at the beginning of the program went a long way in acquainting myself with the culture and practices of the country.

    Special accolades to Oscar Gomez, the IFRE counterpart in Guatemala. He is a thorough gentleman who meticulously planned my pick-up, accommodation, placement and subsequent follow-ups. There was an instance where the banks in Quetzaltenango would not exchange USDs for Quetzals. Oscar went out of his way to help me out in the dire situation.

    I will highly recommend the IFRE volunteering program not only to US citizens but to everybody across the globe.

  • Monica Dogg
    Aug 02, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    The experience was wonderful with the teenage mothers

    I volunteered at a non-profit in Cusco for teenage mothers. The experience was wonderful with the teenage mothers, helping them with 1 to 1 interactions as well as with the children in daycare and in the kitchen. The organization needs a lot of help and the tutors do a fantastic job managing everything inspite of limited resources. It was really wonderful to work with these lovely group of women.

    The homestay was very well organized, very comfortable and clean. My host Maria was warm, welcoming and a great cook. She made me feel very comfortable and it was nice to practice Spanish talking to her. The Spanish school in Cusco was also one of the best I attended with excellent teachers providing individual attention.

    The entire process of organizing my trip with IFRE was very pleasant. Kim, Nishan and Roger did a great job organization everything and the orientation was very well-coordinated. I would have liked to spend more time at the orphanage to be able to help but unfortunately I had to return.

    I highly recommend this project in Cusco.

  • Monica Dogg
    Aug 02, 2020
    3/5
    Yes, I recommend

    Amazing experience in Nepal!

    I've been in Nepal for 4 weeks to do volunteers in the Hospital. Just after I arrived in Nepal I met all the staff and they explain everything to me in a easy way to understand. In my first day I was a little bit shocked of the environment because it was my first time in Asia but after few day I became used to it. In the Hospital in Kathmandu they are really used to have volunteers so they can speak good English and they will make you feel really comfortable. I really recommend this project to Medical student because they will teach you everything and you can try to do so on the next patient. In the Hospital they have enough equipment and staff so your help is not needed so maybe for full doctor I will recommend other project. Remember to bring your white apron because if you don't have one you can't stay in the Hospital. I decided to spend two weeks in Kathmandu and the other two weeks in the Hospital in Bharatpur (Chitwan). In Chitwan the Hospital is smaller but the main problem is that the doctors work there just as OPD so they spend just few hours in the Hospital and you don't have much time to speak with them. So ... during my stay there I spent almost all my time with the nurses who couldn't speak really good English so you must be ready to explain with hand gesture. They will try their best to make you feel at home, but if you have just few weeks I will suggest you to stay just in Kathmandu. In conclusion I must say that both Host family are really kind and helpful so you don't have to worry about anything. Come here !

  • Emily Jackson
    Aug 02, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    My volunteer experience in Sri Lanka was an amazing adventure and challenge

    My volunteer experience in Sri Lanka was an amazing adventure and challenge. Nothing could have adequately prepared me for the culture and lifestyle differences between 1st and 3rd world countries. Honestly, my initial response once I arrived in Sri Lanka was "What have I gotten myself into?"

    However, after I recovered from the initial cultural shock, I was able to appreciate the warm hearts of those who made my stay in Sri Lanka an experience I will never forget.

    During my volunteering, I was attached to the "Paradi Orphanage ". There are 69 kids ranging from one day old to 8 years living and being cared for at the orphanage. My host family accepted me and made me feel a part of their wonderful family. They taught me the most about Sri Lankan culture, customs, religions and the Sinhalese language. Although the children and staff at the orphanage were absolutely amazing, I know I will never forget the kindness, laughter, love, and happiness that I experienced at the orphanage. I will forever remember each and every child who opened their arms and heart to me. It was heartbreaking to leave the children, but I hope to return in the future.

    I am grateful for everyone who assisted me during my Sri Lanka experience. I don't know what I would have done without them.

  • Emily Jackson
    Aug 02, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    My experience was phenomenal in every way

    I spent 2 weeks in Tanzania volunteering at an orphanage in Moshi, a little town just under Mt. Kilimanjaro. My experience was phenomenal in every way - the people, the culture, the nature, the work. Before the trip, Nish from the Dallas office was helpful in getting me prepared, answering my questions on packing list, vaccinations etc in a timely manner. He quickly connected me with my in-country coordinator Mama Alice, and by speaking with her directly before I left for the trip made me feel more comfortable knowing what to expect. I was picked up from the airport by a driver Mama Alice sent and was immediately welcomed into the house when I arrived. During my stay, there were 4 other volunteers at the same house, including one volunteer working at the same orphanage with me. Everybody came home and ate dinner together every night sharing our days and engaging in interesting and meaningful conversations learning about each other's cultures and ways of thinking. I definitely felt at home staying with these amazing friends at Mama Alice's house. Mama Alice was a great host mom - always checking up on me and making sure I was adapting well into the new lifestyle in Tanzania.

    The orphanage I volunteered at was founded by Catholic nuns and there were around 51 orphans. I worked mostly with the toddlers playing with them, singing and dancing together, feeding them, as well as helping with changing their diapers and tucking them to bed. They are the most adorable and sweetest children; I just wanted to give them all the love that I have while I was there. Watching some of them learn how to speak and smile more even just from the short two weeks I was there made my heart so full. I definitely want to go back to visit them sometime in the near future. There were a couple other volunteers from other programs working at the same orphanage - we all became good friends and explored Moshi together during our free time.

    During my 2 weeks in Tanzania, I also went on a safari to Tarangire National Park - saw lions, leopards, lots of elephants, zebras and wildebeests. I also did a day hike to the first base of Mt. Kilimanjaro and spent a day relaxing in a natural hot springs. Overall, I had an amazing experience doing meaningful work, got to meet really amazing people - both locals and other volunteers, and explored Tanzania and crossed off some major items on my bucket list. I would absolutely recommend IFRE and Tanzania if you are looking for flexible and affordable volunteer experience in a beautiful and friendly country.

  • Meryem Sakket
    Aug 02, 2020
    5/5
    Yes, I recommend

    Best experience of my life

    It was the best experience of my life, first it was an amazing human experience with a lot of social interactions and also the tanzanian landscapes are just breathtaking. Mama Alice my host is like my tanzanian mother now she is the best she is so kind and i felt like home. I already miss my Tanzanian family. At the end of my 3 weeks i wanted to add 1 or 2 weeks more because it was too short ! I ll remember this trip forever thank you Global Cross Road for making this happens. Advice to future travellers is to live with locals and to be open to people and culture. To take a good camera also and some snacks from his/her country.

  • John Murray
    Jul 29, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    I really loved the children and got to know the culture very well.

    I spent five weeks in total in Nepal working at an orphanage in Kathmandu. It was an amazing experience. I really loved the children and got to know the culture very well. The people were always so helpful and welcoming and I will really miss the relaxed atmosphere that I learned to love after a while. My trip to Chitwan National Park also was a great experience and very well organised. During my stay IFRE helped me with any problem that occurred. Despite the Nepali people I also met some other great volunteers from all over the world for which I am really grateful. I can only recommend to spend some time in Nepal and get to know the country.

  • Maria Pedreza
    Jul 29, 2020
    4/5
    Yes, I recommend

    My host family made me feel like I was a member of their own family

    I was involved in two projects during my 3-month stay in Kathmandu, Nepal in 2009 - teaching English to young Buddhist monks in a monastery (they were actually very naughty the little ones!) and working in an orphanage, where the children were so upbeat and loving, it made me want to cry. Both projects left a huge impact on me, so much so that I want to return some day.

    My host family made me feel like I was a member of their own family, and they even gave me a Nepalese name 'Nisha' which I became accustomed to. I'm so glad I didn't stay in a hostel or hotel whilst in Nepal as I believe the experience would not have been as enriching.

    Then there's the other volunteers you meet which have the potential to become friends for life! I met people from Australia, Canada, Denmark, UK, Germany, Singapore - we're still in touch after 10 years!

Programs

Volunteering in Argentina with Underprivileged Children-Over 22000 Happy Volunteers Since 2006
Destinations
Argentina
Age Range
18 + Years
Project Types:
Orphanage and Childcare
Operator
IFRE Volunteers
Duration
1 - 12 Weeks
Medical Volunteer In Argentina-Over 22000 Happy Volunteers Since 2006
Destinations
Argentina
Age Range
18 + Years
Project Types:
Medical and Healthcare
Operator
IFRE Volunteers
Duration
1 - 12 Weeks
Volunteer with Children in Brazil-Over 22000 Happy Volunteers Since 2006
Destinations
Brazil
Age Range
18 + Years
Project Types:
Orphanage and Childcare
Operator
IFRE Volunteers
Duration
1 - 8 Weeks
Volunteer Teaching English in Brazil-Over 22000 Happy Volunteers Since 2006
Destinations
Brazil
Age Range
18 + Years
Project Types:
Teaching English
Operator
IFRE Volunteers
Duration
1 - 8 Weeks
Volunteer with Disabled Children in Argentina-Over 22000 Happy Volunteers Since 2006
Destinations
Argentina
Age Range
18 + Years
Project Types:
Orphanage and Childcare, Special Needs Care
Operator
IFRE Volunteers
Duration
1 - 12 Weeks
Dental Volunteer Opportunity in Argentina-Over 22000 Happy Volunteers Since 2006
Destinations
Argentina
Age Range
18 + Years
Project Types:
Dental Care
Operator
IFRE Volunteers
Duration
1 - 12 Weeks
Volunteer At An Orphanage In Peru-Over 22000 Happy Volunteers Since 2006
Destinations
Peru
Age Range
18 + Years
Project Types:
Orphanage and Childcare
Operator
IFRE Volunteers
Duration
1 - 12 Weeks
Volunteer Teaching English in Peru-Over 22000 Happy Volunteers Since 2006
Destinations
Peru
Age Range
18 + Years
Project Types:
Teaching English
Operator
IFRE Volunteers
Duration
11 - 12 Weeks
Volunteer in Costa Rica with Underprivileged Children-Over 22000 Happy Volunteers Since 2006
Destinations
Costa Rica
Age Range
18 + Years
Project Types:
Orphanage and Childcare
Operator
IFRE Volunteers
Duration
1 - 12 Weeks
Volunteer With Turtles in Costa Rica-Over 22000 Happy Volunteers Since 2006
Destinations
Costa Rica
Age Range
18 + Years
Project Types:
Sea Turtle and Marine Conservation
Operator
IFRE Volunteers
Duration
1 - 12 Weeks