Most of our ILP volunteers tend to be traveling on a budget (sound familiar?). So, how in the world do they afford to go on all of those awesome ILP vacations, especially in Europe? The trick is that you can actually find some really amazing deals on flights there — just use these travel tips.
As a part of your ILP program fee, your Russian visa is covered! Which is a big relief for any volunteer interested in volunteering in Russia. But if your family wants to visit (or you're looking to revisit your semester!) you need to know how to get a Russian visa.
European vacations can tend to get pricey, but if you're a budget traveler you're in luck! There are several airlines that can get you flights from Kiev for cheap.
Bangkok is pretty much on anyone’s list when it comes to places to travel to in Thailand. Even if you're just staying for a weekend, you have about a few thousands places to stay ... so which hostel or hotel do you choose?
No matter how much you've traveled the world and how many countries you have checked off your list, going to a new country is always a new experience. There are always things you wish you had known beforehand that would have made your trip easier or more enjoyable. Lithuania is no exception!
So you're planning a trip to Shanghai, China -- good choice! One of the hardest parts of planning a vacation to Shanghai is deciding where to stay. It's a huge city with so many options! You want to make sure you're staying next to all the cool stuff, right?
Keeping up with your Instagram can be a lot of work, but luckily there's more and more apps coming out every day to make things really easy.
Here's your guide to everything Athens, Greece. Visiting while volunteering in Europe is easy, and a choice you won't regret!
If your volunteer is preparing to leave for their semester abroad and you're looking for gift ideas, these things may just be the PERFECT present they've been hoping for.