It's a one of a kind trip and it's all about travelling with purpose, while helping others and making a difference.
And it's open to everyone and anyone.
Port Elgin resident, Sande Irwin, is organizing a trip to Nicaragua that will give people the chance to volunteer with local projects, experience life in the village of Jiquilillo and also have some fun while in the Central American nation.
Irwin tells 98 The Beach (Bayshore Broadcasting News) the trip is more than just laying around on the beach - it's about reaching out and getting involved with those who live there.
"This trip is open to families, to young people, to any age really from anywhere," says Irwin. "What a great way to encourage conscious travelling, to be a part of the world and to help out where we can."
This is the same village in Nicaragua that Saugeen Shores Police Sergeant, Andy Evans, spends a lot of time helping out those in the village.
A special information session will take place today (Thursday, Sept. 14th, 2017) in Port Elgin at The Pea Pod on Goderich Street starting at 6:30pm.
The Love and Kindness Tour will depart on February 19th for Nicaragua, wrapping up March 1st (2018).
There are costs associated with the trip; to find out more about the Love and Kindness Tour, you can visit their Facebook Page
"The Love and Kindness Tour."
For more information, contact:
Sande Irwin (519) 353-8158