Trips with the National Peace Corps Association

Volunteer Travel

Travel with a purpose – on a volunteer vacation. Recharge your spirit by discovering a country through its people.  Immerse yourself in a different culture while giving back, engaging in hands-on cultural workshops, and connecting with fascinating people.

Volunteer trips allow you to experience a country in a way that other tours can’t provide.  You’ll see the sights, but also dive beneath the surface to truly understand life in a new land – and return home inspired.

A Meaningful Way to Travel.

Because you want more from your travel experiences. Embrace the spirit of the discovery by taking a trip based in grassroots volunteerism; but also enjoy indigenous art, cultural immersion, and breathtaking sights infused with meaningful thrill.  Even well-known destinations take on new dimensions when visited as part of a volunteer trip, with local Discover Corps hosts or experts from the National Peace Corps Association.

Our unique relationship with the National Peace Corps Association allows for unparalleled access to the lives of people and the stories of places in our host countries. And because you’re traveling with us, we can ensure you’ll have a safe and seamless volunteer travel experience. What are you waiting for?

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Discover a Country Through its People

The Discover Corps volunteer travel experience is one-of-a-kind: you’ll meet local people, immerse yourself in indigenous culture, visit historical sites, and enjoy regional food. Journey to our partner countries and embark on roads less traveled.  A volunteer vacation will become a meaningful adventure.


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What Will You Discover?

  • MaryAnn Barber


    India.  What can I say?  Everything about the country blows my senses away.  The food, colors, history, architecture, but most of all, the people.  This trip let me connect with some fun and fascinating people and gave me an insider’s look at the Tibetan exile community.  I also enjoyed the impromptu meetings and activities we did, like morning yoga in the mountains.  I’ll never think of India the same way.

    India - Heart of the Himalayas
  • Ingrid Apogs


    Peru was a magical experience for me.  My objective was to see the archaeological sites and beautiful Andean culture.  But I ended the trip feeling like I got much more than that – I felt my soul replenished, and I gained a true understanding of what life in the Andes is all about.  It was so much deeper than any trip I’ve taken; it was an inspiring and enlightening journey

    I was surprised by how much was included in the trip; it truly was all-inclusive. The cultural tours of Peru, hike to Machu Picchu, guest speakers, and educational activities were all included.  I felt like this trip was an amazing value. I got much more than I expected – including lifelong friendships I formed with other travelers and the warm and wonderful Peruvian staff.

    Peru - Spirit of the Andes
  • Janet Grieg


    At this point we are delighted with what we accomplished and the teachers pleased with what we have left them,” another RPCV, Janet Grieg (India 1966-68), says in regards to the progress her small group made while in Guatemala, “Not only teaching aids – but a wonderful sense of shared purpose for us all.

    Guatemala - Next Step Travel

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