Travel With Us

We invite you to be a part of delivering lasting change in Honduras or Haiti.

Join us on a trip that will change lives…theirs and yours! You will have the opportunity to visit communities, participate in safe water projects, interact with children and families, learn about their culture, and experience, firsthand, the impact safe water, sanitation, and hygiene education has on these communities.

Upcoming Trips

Haiti: October 22-27, 2017,
Winter 2018 (dates coming soon – email info@purewaterfortheworld.org if interested)

Honduras: October 15-21, 2017 | April 22-28, 2018
* Read individual trip details by clicking on the date of the trip you are interested in. 

Trip Overview 

These are unique opportunities to gain invaluable experience volunteering abroad, being of service to others, and experiencing another culture and way of life.

Trojes, Honduras

A volunteer trip to Honduras includes hands – on activities like: installing water filters, building school latrines, laying water piping, administering anti-parasite medicine and interacting with children and families. It also includes visiting cultural sites and getting to know the people and culture of Honduras.

Haiti

A volunteer trip to Haiti includes travel to rural communities to see PWW’s work in action; visiting homes and schools where PWW is currently working; learning about Haiti and the Haitian culture by visiting places of interest; interacting with children and community members.


YOU will be part of the solution. Clean water, sanitation and hygiene bring lasting change. Your participation will directly impact families, giving them the foundation for a healthier, more prosperous future.

Bob Mohr Student Trip Scholarship

Pure Water for the World has financial support available through the Bob Mohr Scholarship Fund, to be allocated toward the travel of students on PWW trips to Haiti and Honduras. If you are a student who is interested in traveling with PWW, and you need financial assistance, please email us at info@purewaterfortheworld.org.

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Questions? Contact us at info@purewaterfortheworld.org or call 802-747-0778. Trips fill quickly. Secure your spot on our next trip today.

Read About Volunteer Experiences

Bowdoin Student Shares Summer Internship Working with PWW and Water

Cordelia Stewart, a student at Bowdoin College in Maine, spent her summer studying and researching water with PWW teams in Haiti and Honduras. Through a series of blogs, Cordelia shares her internship experiences, her learnings and her commitment to helping the families and communities PWW serves. Blog 1: Summer is “Water Time” Blog 2: Learning Through Abstracts, Continue reading


Reflections on a Wesley Chapel Rotary team trip to Honduras

Eric Johnson, PWW Traveler Hiking through the mountain hills on a very small path. Drips of sweat draining down my face. Stopping to catch my breath….. Entering through a small door into a mud hut…mud floors. Why am I coming up on my 8th trip to Honduras? Why has Eric visited Honduras so many times? Continue reading


Saludos de Honduras!

By Ellen Tobin Ellen and her team from University of Maine are in Honduras conducting research on bio sand filters. Here is an update they shared earlier this week. We are glad to hear that all is going well so far! We hope that all is well back in the United States! We are sending Continue reading


On Haiti Time

By Cordelia Stewart In Port-au-Prince, everything happens on its own time. Transportation vehicles zoom around, traffic and people congest the streets, and meals are eaten when food is available. While driving around the city, senses are bombarded by the brightly colored tap-taps loaded with people, the trash in the streets, the lady carrying a live Continue reading


Learning Through Abstracts, Stormwater, and Travel!

By Cordelia Stewart This is the second post in a series being written by Cordelia Stewart, a student at Bowdoin College. Cordelia is conducting an internship, through Bowdoin, which focuses on many aspects of water, including research with PWW in Haiti and Honduras.  Previous posts can be read:” Summertime is Water Time.” After writing the Continue reading


I’ve imagined Haiti ever since I can remember…

By Alys Spillman, PWW Grant Writer I’ve imagined Haiti ever since I can remember. My grandmother lived in the Caribbean and traveled there often, as an art and designer clothing buyer. When we visited her in Maine for holiday weekends, I would fall asleep facing a painting that, at first, looked like just a colorful Continue reading


Summertime is “Water Time.”

By Cordelia Stewart Since 2013, a piece of my heart has been in Central and South America. A rising junior in high school at the time, that was the first year I went on a mission trip to Guatemala with my church to build houses. The following year, I worked with Water for ME, a Continue reading


First-Time Volunteer Shares “Newfound Passion”

By Cheryl Woods, PWW Volunteer, Honduras April 2017 Having been an active member of our local Rotary Club in Liberty Lake, Washington for the past several years, my desire of late has been to give back. Having participated in local causes including Veterans groups, backpack programs, at risk youth program funding…the list goes on; there Continue reading


From Volunteer to Leader: Fulfilling and Sharing A Passion

By Eric Johnson, PWW Volunteer & Honduras Trip Leader. As I reflect on my most recent PWW trip to Honduras last month, I’m amazed that, even on my 7th trip, I always experience new opportunities to serve and be humbled by the wonderful children and families we spend time with in the remote region of Continue reading


PWW Volunteer Trip Inspires Change in High School Students

By Rachel Peck, Volunteer Three students from Elk Rapids High School in Michigan, joined middle school special education teacher, Julie Greene, on a volunteer trip to Haiti with Pure Water for the World (PWW) last November. The students all experienced a change in perspective and have shared their stories with us. Victoria Garrow, a senior at Elk Rapids Continue reading