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SCHOOL TRIP: ECUADOR - AMAZON

Live alongside the community and be part of their story

Adventure into the heart of Kichwa culture, deep in Ecuador’s jungle.

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SCHOOL TRIP: ECUADOR - AMAZON

Live alongside the community and be part of their story

Adventure into the heart of Kichwa culture, deep in Ecuador’s jungle.

This is your chance to embark on a journey through the Amazon rainforest and into the soul of Kichwa culture. You’re invited into a community to experience their way of life firsthand. Join a minga—a community call to action—where you’ll volunteer on a development project alongside families, engage in dynamic discussions and workshops, and learn about pressing local issues like rural access to education. Inspire your group to get out of their comfort zone, see the world and lead change.

Local cacao farmer posing for a picture holding cacao fruit
Local cacao farmer posing for a picture holding cacao fruit

Look under every leaf and find adventure

What makes our trips so unique?

Every ME to WE Trip takes place in a community where our renowned charity partner implements its over 20-year history of holistic, sustainable development work. And we connect you to the remarkable people we work with every day, helping you to deepen your understanding of the world around you.


Step into a different kind of classroom

Local woman smiling and holding cacao fruit in the rainforest
Local woman smiling and holding cacao fruit in the rainforest
WOMEN'S RIGHTS

Learn about the challenges faced by women in indigenous, rural communities such as limited economic independence and a lack of voice within their own households and communities, and explore how programs like artisans’ groups empower them to earn an income.

Local woman posing for a picture standing next to leafy plants outside in rainforest
Local woman posing for a picture standing next to leafy plants outside in rainforest
INDIGENOUS RIGHTS

Learn about the challenges faced by women in indigenous, rural communities such as limited economic independence and a lack of voice within their own households and communities, and explore how programs like artisans’ groups empower them to earn an income.

Students sitting and studying in a classroom
Students sitting and studying in a classroom
EDUCATION

Explore the issues experienced by remote communities in the Amazon in accessing education, including unsafe classrooms, extreme weather conditions and lack of transportation to schools.


In our travelers’ words

Ready to start your adventure?

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