We are excited to announce the 2018 Travel for a Change Awards! Curious to know what’s popular when it comes to travel? We’ve got the inside scoop. Here are the most popular destinations based on where Greenheart Travelers went in 2018. We’ve also included some special awards highlighting all-star supporters, so be sure to read all the way through the end!
This doesn’t come as a surprise, as Bangkok was also named the most visited city this year. It’s easy for travelers to feel welcome in the “Land of Smiles.”
Spanish is a common language for high schoolers to learn in English speaking countries. Teens who spend part of high school in Spain get to practice those language skills everyday!
This one’s for the nature lovers, who work short-term jobs that allow for the flexibility to explore all New Zealand has to offer.
Who doesn’t want their very own Italian family? Living in a Homestay means you will be tutoring a family in English for fifteen hours a week, allowing for plenty of time to experience Italy. Bonus: Spend time in the Piedmont region, which was named the best region to travel to in 2019.
After hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico has been in dire need of aid. Our volunteers work in reformation efforts and sustainability research.
It’s one thing to love Japanese culture from an outside perspective, but it’s another to be fully immersed in it!
Above is a picture of Greenheart Travelers, Graham Green and Anna Schrader, with High School Programs Director Hope Pavich at Brevard High School earlier this year.
Anissa Joy Gonzalez and Nicole Lang have been documenting their travels on Instagram with stunning pics and captions! Anissa completed our Teach English in a Homestay program in Italy and Nicole is currently Teaching English in Thailand. (If you haven’t already, go follow @greenheart_travel)
Williamston High School in Williamston, MI is full of supportive of guidance counselors, teachers, and available scholarship funds for students going abroad.
Joyce has been a consistent supporter of Greenheart Travel. After working with us to send her daughter to Japan, she has offered to give advice and help to other parents.