Worldwide Experience

We are the specialists when it comes to wildlife conservation and offer scholars, students and the older generation the opportunity to work on some of the most incredible projects we are closely aligned with. We also work closely together with the disadvantaged communities within the immediate location of each of the conservation projects. All... click to read more!

Volunteer Opportunities Abroad (Cusco Peru and La Antigua Guatemala)

Volunteer Teaching English

Volunteer in Latin America

Thousands of volunteers have trusted Maximo Nivel’s with their travel and volunteer aspirations. Our volunteer programs and gap year experiences take place in Cusco, Peru; and La Antigua, Guatemala, plus programs in the Sacred Valley and Puerto Maldonado (Peru), and Guatemala City (Guatemala). Experience experience new cultures while helping... click to read more!

Social Networking And Blogging

Social Networking And Blogging

Volunteer for social networking and blogging in Caye Caulker, Belize! 

Through this project, you'll update the P.A.W. Cat Sanctuary and Humane Society website, write blog posts about news and events, and market the work they do through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and more.

You will assist the current, remotely based sanctuary marketer with her ongoing efforts to promote P.A.W.... click to read more!

Chasing Earthquakes

Kathmandu Cargo on Tarmac

By: Anil Menon, M.D.

10 minutes after landing in Bagdogra, Anna (my fiance) and I found the airport to be gently swaying, moving side to side, almost peacefully, so it didn't raise panic immediately.  We had just arrived 10 minutes earlier and climbed to the second floor of the airport, awaiting our friends and ready to exit.  At first I thought the swaying was because of the wind, blowing the structure... read more!

Summit day on Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro

By: Allison Feikes

The hardest goal I have ever set before myself was to climb the world’s tallest freestanding mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro. I had no previous climbing experience, but I saw Kili as an opportunity to achieve greatness. After four days of climbing for eight hours a day, day five started at midnight in order to reach the peak by sunrise. Only the stars in the sky and the snow around us were... read more!

VIC-ends!

VIC - ends! by Aneta Dudenko

By: Aneta Dudeńko

31.04 - 04.05 BARCELOOONA One MAN named Rafał, who I miss a lot and who is so impacient because of my absence in Poland, decided to steal few days of my voluntary service and came to Spain to spent with me a lovely weekend in Barcelona! It was an amazing, unforgettable time that makes me feel more depressed after getting back to Vic.  We visited the whole city without using the... read more!