Tired of the same old stay at a nice hotel, get on the hop on hop off bus, eat at tourist trap restaurant, visit the main attractions routine? Join one of Go Eat Give trips, or let us arrange one just for you! We work with grassroots businesses across countries to bring you once-in-a-lifetime experience that encompasses cultural learning and giving back to the community.

Go Eat Give is the only organization of its kind where you will get luxury accommodations, first class authentic meals, insider access into the real communities of the country, and an opportunity for deep cultural insight. You will see and learn more on a Go Eat Give Trip than you will as a tourist.

All our trips are 1-2 weeks long and follow highly detailed itineraries & personalized to groups of 10-15 travelers. Take a look at which destinations we offer & contact us to book your group getaway!

What we offer:

  • Cuba-HavanaCathedral
    Starting at $1,999 + airfare to Havana
    Cuba is mysterious island for Americans that is waiting to be explored. As humanitarian guests of Go Eat Give, you will receive a welcoming reception from the Cubans. A visit to Havana offers an unforgettable and unique experience to learn about the legendary history, art, music and architecture of Cuba.  Each day, we will explore a different element of this beautiful country that is frozen in time. From walking tour of Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to visiting Cuban tobacco farms, and the  picturesque Viñales village, you will get to experience the real Cuba . This trip is open to citizens of USA. This program includes accommodations in four star hotel, lunches at handpicked restaurants and lots of free time to explore on your own.
    Group size: 10-20
    Duration: 7 days
    Focus: culinary, art, history
    Volunteering: organic farm, community art mural, elderly daycare
    Best time to go: March – November


    $2699 + airfare to Nairobi
    Join The Village Experience and Go Eat Give on the cultural trip of a lifetime to the Cultural Festival in Lamu, Kenya. In Nairobi, you will visit an elephant orphanage and women’s reconciliation projects. Then you will spend six days exploring the island of Lamu, laying on the beach, volunteering at the orphanage and feeding program, planting trees and cleaning up the beach with local schools, sailing on a dhow, learning about Swahili cooking, and participating in the Lamu Cultural Festival activities – dhow races, donkey races, swimming competitions, poetry readings, and much more. You will also have the option to watch elephants, lions, hippos and rhinos up close at some of the world’s best safaris to Lake Nakuru and Masai Mara National Park. 
    Group size: 10-15
    Duration: 10 days
    Focus: wildlife, culture, nature, 
    Volunteering: women’s empowerment and community feeding programs
    Best time to go: March – November

    $3,600 + airfare to New Delhi
    Mystical and colorful; a symphony for all of your senses, that is India. Allow Go Eat Give founder, Sucheta Rawal (native of Punab) take you on an insightful journey through ancient and modern India. In New Delhi, discover monuments constructed by Kings, Colonial British architecture, places of worship from various religions and some of the best eateries in the world. Take a day trip to the Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world and soak in the beauty of the marble mausoleum. Head north to Chandigarh, the first planned city and best place to live in India; also home of Sucheta where you are a guest of her family. Take an insightful journey to Amritsar and visit The Golden Temple, one of the most sacred places on Earth and the change of guards at India-Pakistan border. Finally, take a train ride to The Taj Mahal and stay at an enchanting hotel, watching the Taj at night with all its glory.  
    Group size: 10
    Duration: 12 days
    Focus: culture, architecture, people, food, education
    Volunteering: women’s shelters
    Best time to go: November – March


    $1650 + airfare to Denpasar/ Bali
    Immerse yourself in a complete spiritual experience on the paradise island of Bali, Indonesia during the festival of
    Galungan and Kuningan. Pamper your mind and body with daily yoga and meditation classes, spa treatments, and plenty of time to relax by two swimming pools overlooking the rice paddies. Learn about the rich Balinese culture with a hands-on Batik painting class and visits to Hindu temples and native dances. You will also get to experience authentic cuisine at local restaurants, get a Balinese cooking class in a private home, a guided tour of the farmers market and much more. Volunteer with Bali Children’s Project at villages near Ubud and experience places on the island where no tourist has stepped before. Accommodation at a boutique resort and spa, daily breakfast and lunch, cultural activities and lessons and included in your package. See photos from our 2013 trip to Bali.  
    Group size: 10
    Duration: 8 days
    Focus: culture, architecture, yoga, food
    Volunteering: village schools
    Best time to go: March – November 

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    $1550+ airfare to Kathmandu
    With a backdrop of world’s tallest peaks, picturesque countryside and spiritual sanctity, Nepal’s is a magical place that will transform your outlook on life. You will stay at a 3 star hotel in the heart of Kathmandu Valley from where you can access Thamel’s famous restaurants and shopping. Volunteer at nearby village of Jitpur where you may teach K-12, conduct workshops at the women’s empowerment center or assist at the health post.  Guided visits to temples, statues and palaces including three of UNESCO World Heritage Sites are included in your tour. During your free time, get up close with rhinos at Chitwan National Park, bungee, raft and trek the Annapurna mountains or even Base Camp. Options of staying and volunteering at a Buddhist monastery or with a host family in the village are also available. See photos from our trip to Nepal. 
    Group size: 10-20
    Duration: 10 days (additional for trekking)
    Focus: culture, architecture, food, nature
    Volunteering: women’s empowerment, construction, health post, schools at villages
    Best time to go: October – April 


  • Testimonials:

    “My experience of visiting Cuba with Go Eat Give was nothing short of amazing! Every day was a new opportunity to see and learn. Over the course of our stay we toured Havana, experienced local culture, visited the Partagás cigar factory, ate at both state- and family-run restaurants, and learned about Cuban history. Yet, we had “up close and personal” interaction with locals as we did hands-on volunteer activities on an organic farm, at a major park, and one a community art project. All in all, it was a rich and rewarding experience that I would highly recommend.” ~ Walter Akana
    “The experience for an American to travel to Cuba with Go Eat Give is eye opening. We have a lot of conveniences here that we take for granted, such as buying and selling a house, or buying anything we want at a grocery store. The Cubans don’t quite have the freedom to choose, but I hope they will have a better economic situation soon.” ~ Sadia Walker
    I had the most wonderful volunteer experience in Bali through Go Eat Give.  Not only were we able to help educate children in the poorest of villages, but also got to experience true Balinese culture.  We had the most wonderful food, accommodations, and experiences that will stay with me forever.  In addition, lifelong friendships were made.  Bali is a country of exquisite people, landscape, and utter beauty.  All in all, priceless.” ~ Veena Wulfekuhle
    Traveling to Bali with Go Eat Give was an experience of a lifetime.  The people, places and experiences I encountered were unlike any travel experience I’ve had before.  The activities were well-rounded and allowed you to gain true insight of local life in Bali.” ~ Lindsay Masters
    “The trip to Kenya was amazing. People were so friendly and the sights were breathtaking from the safari to the coastline scenery. We spent New Year’s in  Lamu which is truly a magical place of many cultures blending together peacefully in a beautiful surrounding. We also learned about a number of growing non profit and micro finance initiatives taking place in Kenya.  I highly recommend this trip for the adventurous traveller.” ~ Juhee Desai

  • FAQs

    Which countries do you offer trips to?
    We currently work in 7 countries – Belize, Cuba, India, Indonesia, Italy, Macedonia, and Kenya. We are adding new destinations every year, so check back often!

    How long are the average trips?
    Most trips are 7 days long. Our trips to India & Kenya are about 12 days. We can customize the duration of the trip based on your needs.
    How many people are in a group?
    You must have at least 5 people in your group for us to make a booking. Our typical group size is 10-15.
    If I am traveling alone, can I still do one of your trips?
    Yes, we post OPEN trips 3-4 times a year, where you can join solo & need not have a group already formed. Please sign up for our newsletter if you want to receive invites to these special offers.
    What does the cost of trip include?
    The program fee include local transportation, airport pick up, accommodation, most meal, cultural activities, sightseeing & guide. It does not include international airfare, alcohol, tips & visa.
    Do you offer airline discount?
    Yes, we can get discounted airline tickets for groups of 10 or more traveling together. Also, we recommended using www.flyforgood for volunteer vacation discounts & Delta Airlines for free luggage allowance.
    Will we have a tour guide?
    Yes, you will have a local country expert as well as a Go Eat Give team member with you throughout your trip.
    What will the accommodations be like?
    We stay at community owned 3 or 4 star boutique hotels.
    How is a Go Eat Give trip different from other nonprofit vacations?
    Our trips focus on showing you the authentic culture and people of the country. Expect to spend a third of the time sightseeing, a third in cultural activities (such as cooking class, dance class, painting class, lecture, etc) and a third doing community service (volunteering at farms, schools, shelters, etc).
    Will I have free time during the trip?
    Yes, our daily itinerary typically runs from 8am-3pm. You will have free time in the afternoons & evenings to explore the area on your own. Some dinners are optional, but we appoint a venue and time, in case you want to stay in the group.
    Contact Go Eat Give info@goeatgive.com for information about any of our trips or to make your reservation!
    Phone (678) 744-8306