Searching for an experience that combines exciting travel with learning new skills and supporting a community initiative? Look no further! Our trips offer you a compelling combination of volunteering, education and adventure, topped with a healthy dose of cultural and architectural heritage conservation.
Volunteers have been an integral part of the restoration of Chhairo Gompa since 2004. Join AiP and project partner RWI in this remote corner of Nepal and help protect and preserve the distinctive Tibetan culture of the region. Read more>>>
Help restore a piece of Albania’s best craftsmanship, allowing Gjirokastra’s history to speak through the splendidly detailed Skenduli house. This project is a fabulous hands-on conservation experience for professionals and an outstanding educational opportunity for students and interested laypersons including lectures, demonstrations and tours.
LINKING ARCHAEOLOGY WITH PRESERVATION AT FAIRFIELD PLANTATION
Two one-week sessions
Adventures in Preservation and the Fairfield Foundation partner once again on an adventure through the past, exploring and preserving the ruins of a 1694 manor house.
Join this volunteer conservation project and help revive traditional building skills in one of Ecuador’s most picturesque mountain villages. Discover other cultural heritage traditions of the region as you explore Ecuador! Read more>>>
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More Upcoming Projects
Adventures in Preservation has more heritage conservation-based training opportunities coming up. Check our Developing Projects page to learn about heritage conservation projects under development in Accra, Ghana, and Shreveport, Louisiana. They’ll need jammers too!