With so many countries to choose from it can be hard to choose where to volunteer with ILP. No matter where you volunteer though you will LOVE your kids. Here's proof.
Don’t get us wrong, we loooove Bali. And there’s a lot of reasons why Bali is one of the favorite ILP vacations that our volunteers in Thailand can’t get enough of. But we just want to make sure you see the best parts and best beaches, so check out this list to plan the perfect itinerary.
If you've ever had authentic Thai food, you know how good it is. Thinking about the curries and noodle dishes is enough to make my mouth water! If you can believe it, there is one thing better than Thai food...Thai desserts and treats!
We know Thailand is on your bucket list, but what in the world are you supposed to see? You’d hate to travel all the way there and realize that you missed one of the 10 must see places … We’ve talked to our ILP volunteers who are living in Thailand about the things you’ve got to see while you're here.
There is a small town in Thailand called Pai. It is a destination magnet for nature lovers, hikers, backpackers and hippies. It's a very chill town with so much to do! If you're spending a semester in Thailand, this is a town you can't miss!
Chiang Mai, Thailand is known for having a variety of activities to do in and around the city. One of the most unique and impressive sites sits about an hour and a half away from the city...the Bua Tong Sticky Waterfalls! What makes these waterfalls so unique? Keep reading to find out.
Turns out Chiang Mai is more than markets, lantern festivals and elephants — this city in Thailand also has one rad water theme park!
Wondering how to get around a new country that’s your home for the next semester? Not a worry. There are tons of ways to see your city … you can even take Uber and Lyft in these ILP countries.
We’ve talked to a couple of volunteers who have been to several ILP countries about they things they love the most about their semesters: *Spoiler* it’s not about the country!
Who’s up for an adventure deep in the jungley mountains of Southeast Asia? While you’re touring around Siem Reap, come visit this hidden gem called Phnom Kulen … it’s totally worth exploring yourself.