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Yo! You’ve just stepped into the T4P World, make yourself comfortable.
The T4P tribe are coming together to provide informative and helpful content to make your travels more impactful!
Enjoy the ride xo

The dust settles on freshly washed strands of hair,Camouflaged effortlessly with the brown skin of the people enveloped in its cloud,It permeates deep into the cells of their lungs. Women dressed in brightly coloured outfits proudly donning the red sindoor in their neatly parted hair. Lines of street …
The below statistic is the reason I decided to spread awareness about impact travel: “Only $5 of every $100 spent in the tourism industry stays within the destination country.”– The United Nations Impact (noun): a powerful effect that something, especially something new, has on a situation or person. …
Part 2: 101 – 200days of smiling! This batch is going to include some big milestones: > Travel4Purpose Launch> First Travel4Purpose Trip> First T4P Tribe Event> Many more T4p World blog posts Hence, it’s a great time to say some thank you’s and send over virtual hugs / hi5’s: …
Yes, young people know that cereal boxes should be recycled, and lights must be switched off after leaving a room. However, these fundamental principles must be exercised beyond our homes. My paramount objective as a geography teacher is to encourage young people and their families to make affirmative …
Being of South Asian descent, I have been lucky enough to travel to India many times before. Whether it was to see relatives, top up on the latest Indian fashion or to attend a wedding, India for me was always a place of colour, community and culture. It …
Welcome to 365 Smiles! 365 days of gratitude during the riskiest year of my life thus far! Leaving 9-5 to live in alignment with my purpose. Join me by smiling and sharing the reason behind that smile! (1) 4th March: Blessed to have such creative and skilled friends; …
Hello Friends, Let me introduce myself, I’m a twenty-something year old girl with a vision. I was born in Mombasa, Kenya and moved to London, UK with my family when I was 6. After 20+ years of following the social norm; school, university, 9-5 corporate job, saving to …