Gap Year Travel Programs in India by iSpiice

Gap Year Programs In India

Gap Year India

Volunteering in your gap year in India is the best way to make the most of the year out. iSpiice Gap Year Gap Year in Indiavolunteer programs in India gives you the opportunity to combine volunteering and travel opportunities to India. Gap Year in India at iSpiice, offers plenty of Gap year volunteer work opportunities in India Teaching English Projects, IT Teaching Projects, Childcare Projects, Work with Street Children, After school programmes/Summer camps, Renovation of local institutions, Community Health, Women’s Empowerment. We invite students from around the world to join hands with the local community.

When you are a part of iSpiice gap year programs in India, you will get a chance to visit several popular destinations such as Taj Mahal, Trekking in Himalayas, Golden Temple, and much more. Gap year in India is an amazing chance for living and interacting with the locals. It also provides you the opportunity to enjoy the rich Indian culture. You can make the trip fun-filled and more rewarding by fulfilling your learning needs and also helping raising the living standards of those in need you can be an explorer, a learner and a volunteer at a same time. Download iSpiice Volunteer Information booklet for an overview of all the details you need during your gap year India Placement.

  • Are you a backpacker thinking of a trip to some new, exotic and exciting place? Are you fond of going on adventures? Do you want to go to a place that has diversifying experiences to offer? Then, plan up a gap year travel to India to witness the fascinating history and a vibrant culture that would hone you spiritually, and make your trip exciting and memorable. Register with iSpiice to travel for a gap year in India to get the best of the services. Combine your trip with travel, adventure and volunteer work.

Gap Year in India – Volunteer Review by Madeleine Allen, USA

Gap Year IndiaI can honestly say I have never felt more cared for in my life than in my time at iSpiice during my gap year in India.  The staff have exactly the right balance between what a Western tourist needs, and immersing
them in Indian culture so they feel absolutely at home and not like a tourist at all.  I felt safe and comfortable at all times in a country so different to anything I had experienced before.  The kindness of Indian people has to be experienced to be believed, those at iSpiice in particular.

I came away with a new sense of how good people can be, as well as a tummy stuffed full of the best food I’ve eaten (and pounds lighter, could there be a better place??)  How to have the best of all possible worlds, travelling while feeling at home, the most wonderful scenery with plenty of time to see it around worthwhile work that benefits a community unlike any other you’re likely to have experienced, and shopping until you drop.  I would go back tomorrow if I were able to do so, and stay longer this time to experience more of the seasons.

All Gap Year Volunteer Programs in India are listed below.

Morgan Masan, America
All Volunteer Programs in India are listed below.

Teach English English teaching volunteers in India make learning English fun and inspire students to reach their full potential. Work

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Child Care The love, care and attention received during the formative early years of a child’s life is directly linked

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 Women’s Empowerment Rural women in Asia are among the most disadvantaged people in the world in terms of decision making

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Street Children India is home to the world’s largest population of children for whom the street, in the widest sense

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Renovations Use your creative skills to assist in creating bright and cheerful learning spaces in village Day Care Centres and

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Computer Skills In rural India computers are fast replacing paper systems and traditional methods for information storage and communication. Learning

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Private Tuitions The Indian education system is highly fragmented delivering different standards of education to India’s youth. High fee-paying schools

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Summer Camp iSpiice run After School Groups and Summer Camps (for ages 4-16) which are a great way to work

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Health Education Resources remain a persistent problem in developing countries, with inadequate investment in facilities, medicine, equipment and wages for

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