Most people who take vacations are focused on what they are going to get and take out of the trip. But guests on Zoom Vacations recent all gay tour to Buenos Aires and Iguacu Falls had something else in mind in addition to having the times of their lives: giving back to the community -- specifically, to Elementary Basic Beccar Number 31 which serves 350 students, most of whom are children of low socio-economic backgrounds.
"Our travelers are looking for more than just fabulous hotels and over-the-top experiences," says Joel Cabrera, co-founder of Zoom, "Sure, all of that is important, and we deliver. But for many of us travel is so much more than that. Especially as our world grows in ways that sometimes stifle human interaction, in our travels we seek meaningful connections to those we meet, and deeper associations with the communities we visit." -- Bryan
Hear more about the growing "volun-tourism" trend from our Editor, Ed Salvato, here.
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