It can be tricky choosing which ILP country you want to volunteer in but after reading a bit about how Nicaragua stole this world traveler’s heart, that decision might be a little easier to make.
During the April LDS General Conference we got an awesome surprise of seven new temples being announced! Two of these will affect ILP volunteers and give them some pretty unique opportunities.
Do you love massages? Do you love chocolate? If you answered yes to both of those, I have the perfect activity for you when you're living in Nicaragua for a semester. It may sound a little weird, but that's what makes it fun!
Especially if you'll be volunteering in Costa Rica or Nicaragua, you've got to spend about a weekend (or more) in Monteverde.
Spending a semester abroad in Nicaragua or Costa Rica with ILP? Well start planning this vacation to Panama City, like.... now! A city full of vibrant colors, warm water, colonial buildings, and rich history is waiting for you.
When you’re living or volunteering in Nicaragua for an entire semester, you have got to hike at least one of the 19 volcanoes that call this country home.
If you’ll be volunteering in Central America with ILP, you’ll get vacation days. Now, you’re welcome to hang out in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, islands in the Caribbean or Mexico on vacation …. but we think you should add Panama to your list.
Nicaragua is captivating country that you will quickly fall in love with. Leon is a city that is no different. Volunteers, you're definitely going to want to check out this rad town during your semester abroad in Nicaragua!
While you’re volunteering in Central America for a semester or just traveling around, you’ll probably be taking a lot on buses. Here’s your go-to-guide about doing just that.
If you are going to be volunteering in Central America or even just near Leon on a vacation, you have got to check out volcano boarding.