Take part in one of our exciting and unique volunteer opportunities in South America! From the street lights of Buenos Aires to the Andes Mountains in Argentina, GoEco offers a wide array of diverse options for volunteers interested in South America. Get to know a Bolivian family, make friends with travelers from around the world in Patagonia, or learn about conservation on the Galapagos Islands - with GoEco you can do it all!
Join one of three projects in the cultural capital of the Americas, Córdoba, Argentina. Immerse yourself in Argentinian culture and improve your Spanish, all while volunteering with children, animals, or the elderly.
Join this project in vibrant Buenos Aires to help out in a variety of community settings. Volunteers have the opportunity to immerse themselves in Argentinian culture, while making a lasting contribution to the quality of life for children and the general community. Split your time between Buenos Aires and Patagonia for a varied experience.
Improve your Spanish and volunteer in Bolivia's capital city, Sucre, with vulnerable children in either an orphanage or kindergarten placement. Help secure the future of these children and experience Bolivian culture with volunteers from around the world.
Come experience the beautiful island of San Cristobal, the oldest island in the Galapagos Islands. Contribute to conservation initiatives in the area to restore the island to its natural ecology and promote eco-tourism to the area.
Come experience the natural beauty and diversity of the Galapagos Islands while giving back to children in the local communities. Volunteer in a daycare center providing children with the life and educational tools to ensure success in their futures.
Come visit the exquisite Galapagos Islands to volunteer for this family-run ecological center aimed at providing their community with the education and means to live a more sustainable life! Contribute to agricultural, conservation, and educational initiatives, all while getting to know the natural beauty and diversity of the Galapagos Islands, home to Darwin's "Origin of Species."