Peru Expedition 2018: Part 3

Peru Expedition 2018: Part 3

The Food! While our client visits are the best part of the expedition (read our first post), a taste of the Peruvian cuisine is everyone’s favorite bonus! Peru is known for its food and after an expedition, you will understand why!  From the enchanting Incan history...
Peru Expedition 2018: Part 2

Peru Expedition 2018: Part 2

The Sights The sights of Peru are breathtaking. In this post we will show you some of the incredible things you will see on a Mentors International expedition. While the first half of the expedition is spent visiting our wonderful clients (read part 1), the second...
Peru Expedition 2018: Part 1

Peru Expedition 2018: Part 1

The most common question I get when it comes to expeditions with Mentors International goes something like this: “What do you actually DO when you are on an expedition?”  In this 3-part blog series, we will share the client visits, the sights, and the food...
Travel Insurance

Travel Insurance

Mentors International expeditions take place in rural locations across the globe where medical services are often unavailable. Therefore, Mentors International strongly recommends all expedition participants to purchase medical evacuation insurance that will provide...
Review of Ghana 2016 Expedition

Review of Ghana 2016 Expedition

Mentors International’s CEO Mark Petersen and VP of International Operations Nathan McClellan recently returned from visiting our office in Ghana, Africa. While there, our team spent time exploring new areas in the north where Mentors Ghana might expand its...
A Trip to Honduras

A Trip to Honduras

This story was written by a member of our Board of Directors, Danny Gunnell, who recently traveled with Mentors International on an expedition to Honduras.  Last month, my life changed. For many years, I have been an avid supporter of Mentors. I love their purpose and...