Cambodia, Laos & Vietnam  
March 15-27th, 2015–only a few seats remaining!
Optional extension to Hanoi and Halong Bay
This journey, rich in culture and history, takes you from the archeological wonders of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, to serene and spiritual Luang Prabang on the banks of the Mekong, to charming Hoi An, Vietnam, an exceptionally well-preserved 15th century trading port.  While this region offers staggering beauty in so many forms, it ranks among the poorest in the world, with a lack of quality education and health services. Couple your exploration of these magnificent countries with an opportunity to meet with and be inspired by GoPhilanthropic Foundation’s partner programs–a host of courageous change-makers, community leaders and small local non-profits working hard to rebuild a stronger future through education and empowerment programs.   
A Journey to Uganda and Kenya
July 17-25th, 2015
Optional Safari extensions
Simply put…a journey of a lifetime.  Explore the incredible wonders of these two countries-their rich mosaic of tribes and cultures and complex histories from the prehistoric records of man to modern day.  Combine your exploration of wildlife, from gorilla and chimp tracking in Uganda to the world famous Wildebeests’ Annual Migration in the Maasai Mara with visits to programs in both countries devoted to educating and improving the lives of women, street children and vulnerable girls.  Meet with a variety of community leaders, activists and small community programs making important strides managing the large population of street kids resulting from recent wars or balancing preservation of cultural and tribal traditions alongside the elimination of harmful practices (FGM) and early marriage.  
India – Building Brighter Futures…
September 22nd-Oct 3rd,2014
Optional extension to Varanasi
India -steeped in ancient wisdom, spiritual and inspiring, chaotic and disorienting. There is truly no way to fully describe India-one simply needs to experience it.  Combine this magical once in a lifetime journey (including a visit to the Taj) while exploring the important challenges facing India today: educating an ever-growing margin of underprivileged and exploited children and empowering women and girls in rural villages who lack basic human rights. Journey through New Delhi, Pune and rural villages surrounding Kolhapur visiting significant Gandhian sites, Hindu temples, ashrams.  Be guided through the brick kilns where children are still forced into bonded labor and meet with inspiring organizations and community leaders who are succeeding at preventing child labor, driving change and building better futures for vulnerable women and children.