+ a few other tips, info, and details about your ILP group.
There are all kinds of hidden gems around the world you probably don't know about. They're not the common, most popular sites, but that's what makes them so cool!
Topics: Central America
Shopping in China is an adventure all of its own. If you're from the other side of the world like us, it's a whole new experience and you just can't miss out.
"I want to volunteer with ILP, but I'm not a student" — You're in luck! Here's what you need to know.
Topics: All About ILP + Volunteering
When you think of China, you probably think about the pagoda roof tops, the Great Wall of China and giant pandas. What if I told you you should add mountains to that list? China has some AMAZING mountain ranges and one in particular will leave you saying, "wu-DANG"!
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?
If you're packing for an extended international trip, it's important to have a plan, especially when it comes to your clothes and how much you're bringing!
Topics: Get Ready For Your ILP Trip
Thailand. One of the coolest places in the world to visit — and I'm not just saying that because of their beaches.
Costa Rica is an amazing country with so many places to visit; it can be hard to hit them all up! If you're looking to see as many places as you can, Uvita is a good starting point. I mean, just look at all these quick trips you can take.
When trying to decide which service abroad program is best for you, there are lots to consider, but how many hours you're volunteering is something you should really consider.
*Because of the worldwide pandemic, travel options are limited and frequently changing. You'll need to do additional research as resources + activities shared in this post may or may not be available at the time of your trip.
ILP volunteers — work closely with your Program Manager who can help you understand current country entrance requirements which will determine what countries you can visit during your semester.