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Travel with a PurposeREACH Grenada's unique family voluntourism trips give participants the opportunity to bond with like-minded individuals, explore a different culture and aid children in need. This deeply rewarding experience will fulfill you in a way that ordinary travel cannot.
Your Voluntourism ExperienceOn this 5 day / 4 night program you will have the chance to experience Grenada unlike any other visitor. You will contribute your energy and time to enhance and preserve a children’s home. Past projects have included painting, minor repairs, planting vegetables and building a library.
In addition to forging new friendships, you will explore Grenada’s natural beauty and culture. Scheduled activities may include a visit to an organic cocoa farm and chocolate factory, river tubing, and/or hiking through Grenada’s verdant rainforests. Of course no trip to Grenada is complete without spending time on the island’s pristine, white sand beaches. For those interested, there are opportunities for a yoga class and/or snorkeling.
Photo GalleriesTo view photos from our past trips, please click here.
AccommodationsFamily-style duplexes are available at Grooms Beach Hotels. For those wanting a more luxurious stay, Grenada's premier, LaLuna Resort & Spa is available at an additional cost. For more information visit www.laluna.com and www.groomsbeachresort.com.
- Round-trip airfare
- Round-trip airport transfers
- All ground transportation within Grenada
- Accommodations for 4 nights
- Three meals a day
- Work project materials and supplies
- Rivertubing and Cocoa Plantation Tours
- RG Volunteer t-shirt
- Snacks and bottled mineral water
- All service gratuities
Not included: Alcoholic beverages, Optional spa treatments
Travel InformationGrenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport is served by the following airlines: American Airlines, Delta, Caribbean Airlines, Air Jamaica, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and LIAT to name a few.
I think the most special thing of the trip was to meet the QEH kids and to help with the orphanage.