Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • How do you plan your trips?
  • Please help us learn by participating in a brief survey.
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report 중국카지노\※【KTV200.CoM 】※\바카라추천♡온라인카지노
  2. 2 Trip Report 스포츠토토\※【KTV200.CoM 】※\라이브카지노◎카지노사이트
  3. 3 Rome neighborhoods equivalent to arrondissements 6 and 7 in Paris?
  4. 4 Sim card/Amsterdam
  5. 5 Spain and Portugal - 2 weeks in Mid-July - help with itinerary
  6. 6 San Francisco retirees would like to move to Paris for a year- crazy idea?
  7. 7 Bringing wine home from Italy?
  8. 8 Opinion on sights in Florence
  9. 9 Trip Report Houses, Gardens & Walking in England
  10. 10 What's the biggest mistake you made on a European trip?
  11. 11 Driving from Spain to Portugal - passport check?
  12. 12 Cell Phone Question
  13. 13 Train in Switzerland from Basel to Zermatt to Zurich
  14. 14 3 days in Normandy (with an 8 year old)
  15. 15 Greek Islands (small)
  16. 16 Help with purchasing a wedding gift card
  17. 17 Planning a solo trip mostly to France, advice please!
  18. 18 Aix en Provence Day Trips
  19. 19 Which is the cheapest country (and gorgeous) in Europe?
  20. 20 Where to go...one month w/a one year old
  21. 21 Advice on Sicily & Aeolian Islands
  22. 22 Campervan in Croatia
  23. 23 advance tickets?
  24. 24 English Gardens Itinerary Advice please
  25. 25 Connection time of 1:25 in Zurich on flight from US. Enough time?
View next 25 » Back to the top

Explore Lake Baikal in Siberia through Volunteering!

Jump to last reply

Hello everyone!
I'm a volunteer with Great Baikal Trail and would like to invite you to take part in our 2015 volunteer projects! It's a unique opportunity to explore the deepest, largest, and oldest lake in the world (Lake Baikal); learn about Russian culture; enjoy life in a natural setting; and meet new friends - all while contributing to regional eco-tourism development and having a lot of fun!
A usual GBT trailbuilding project lasts two weeks, which volunteers spend living in tents, taking turns to make their food over campfire and working six days a week (5-6 hours a day depending on the weather). On rest days, volunteers can hike around the beautiful, local sites - some difficult to find unless on a GBT project! It's a great way to immerse yourself in local culture and easily explore the nature reserves of Siberia.

GBT projects are run at a variety of locations around Lake Baikal - you can take a look at 2014 project descriptions now, and we'll have 2015 projects up on our website by mid-November.
Until then, we'll be happy to answer your questions! Take a look at our website
( www.greatbaikaltrail.org/en ) or browse through project photos on our Facebook page
( www.facebook.com/greatbaikaltrail )

5 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement