Imagine a spring break that is fun filled, adventurous  and potentially life-changing to people you meet. You can have that when you book a spring break volunteer program with Go Volunteer Africa. We offer ideal alternative spring break volunteer programs in Africa that will provide you with a lifetime experience of doing some good in the world.

Spring break means a much needed rest from school and a chance for you and your friends to have some much needed time to explore the world. Go Volunteer Africa’s spring break volunteer programs offers opportunities in conservation, teaching, healthcare, building and sports projects, women empowerment and youth work in select destinations in Africa.

Spring Break Vacations
Spring Break Vacations

Our Africa spring break volunteer programs are designed as an immersion program customized for individual travelers, students, professionals, families, groups, or anyone with the desire to serve and explore Africa. The time you spend volunteering, your destination, and the projects in which you will be involved are all geared to your skills and interests, and the community’s needs.

The volunteers carry out skilled and unskilled tasks that would not otherwise be possible. The practical work is only part of the main objective. The work is a tool and method to promote inter-cultural understanding and friendship between the volunteers and with the local community.

The spring break volunteer projects are a wonderful learning experience on many levels, particularly for languages, but also for practical work skills, social and interpersonal skills, geographical and inter-cultural experience, self-awareness, understanding the realities and hopes of the hosting community, seeing life as it is from a wholly different perspective…

Go Volunteer Africa spring break alternative volunteer projects are set up with community grassroots projects in select destinations. These select best spring break alternative volunteer destinations offer opportunities to get involved with healthcare outreaches, teaching, youth education, wildlife, marine and environment conservation, sports, agriculture, project planning and management.


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The type of work you are involved with will be dependent on your interests, abilities, level of experience as well as your comfort levels. Working hours are normally 4-8 hours a day. Upon arrival, there is an orientation session for new volunteers to become acquainted with the local culture, language and project work. Further training and supervision may be provided to new volunteers who are interested in tasks for which they lack adequate experience.

Africa Spring break alternative volunteer holiday is the perfect time for a getaway to a sunny destination in Africa. Falling between February and May each year, spring break alternative volunteer opportunities cater to families, college students, couples, and friends alike.

School’s out for the week, and spring break is a great time for family bonding. Whether you’re looking for a blast of sunlight to recharge your soul until summer or outdoor lake fun experience, Go Volunteer Africa will offer an unforgettable spring break experience in Africa.

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