IsramWorld Introduces Four New Voluntourism Itineraries

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The IsramWorld Portfolio of Brands recently launched a program providing travelers the opportunity to give back to the destinations they want to visit most, thanks to a new series of voluntourism experiences. The four new itineraries are designed to give travelers the most authentic experience possible while simultaneously positively impacting the lives of those in need around them.

Destinations include “Israel – The Experience,an eight night trip to Jerusalem, Haifa and Tel Aviv where travelers have a hands-on experience at Pantry Packers, a food delivery service for poor families and senior citizens; “Experience India – The Golden Triangle,a seven night trip to Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, where participants will visit the Indian non-profit and non-governmental organization Salaam Baalak Trust, which provides for the street and working children of Delhi; “Costa Rica with a Purpose,an eight-night trip to Copey de Dota, Manuel Antonio, San Jose and Santa Juana, where volunteers will learn about eco-faming and cement trails and paint for the local schools and churches; and “Spirit of Nicaragua,a seven-night trip to Granada and Leon where travelers will volunteer for a full day at a boarding school for blind children.

For more information on the IsramWorld Portfolio of Brands, visit, call 800-22-7460 or email [email protected].  


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