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December 13, 2020

World of good: how to have a guilt-free holiday

Of the many knock-on effects of the pandemic, one has been the compulsory deferral of university studies by thousands of young people. Christopher Wilmot-Sitwell and Henrietta Loyd, of UK-based travel company Cazenove + Loyd, have responded to this phenomenon with a series of philanthropic opportunities for next-gen travellers keen to effect good change in the world while also seeing a bit of it. The trips – more like internship placements, with just one or two places available and lasting from roughly three weeks to three months – centre, for now, around southern Africa and South America.
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