The upcoming group trip will take place in October 16th, 2024! Space is very limited so please reach out to reserve your spot today! A $500 deposit is required to hold your spot and goes toward the total cost of the trip. The last day to register is June 30th, 2024. See information below and fill out contact form below for more details!
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We want you to experience Togo from a completely different perspective, one that allows you to participate in the meaningful work that we are doing while also enjoying all the richness and beauty of the people, the cultures, and the landscapes. There is so much that Togo has to offer if you’d just come along for the ride!
“Never in my wildest dreams would I believe I could be apart of a mission so great. I’ve donated to other organizations, or spent volunteering passing out meals and what not, but never anything like what I experienced with QEWFA! The impact this organization is having on peoples lives is next level! I Can’t wait for the next trip!
Experience Togo in a truly unique way. Visit
unique locations, travel to villages where we have completed projects, partake in local culinary experiences, enjoy shopping at huge markets and other attractions , interact with local people and much much more!
It varies trip to trip, but you can expect the cost to be approximately $3,500.00 USD for individuals and about $5,500 USD for couples, this does not include the cost of airfare.
Not necessarily. Under unique circumstances, we are able to accommodate shorter trips, but it all depends on the itinerary. To get the most out of the trip and enjoy the full experience we highly recommend being a part of the whole trip, finishing out with a few days relaxing on the beach and enjoying the views and warmth of the Atlantic Ocean.
Children are considered on a case-by-case basis. It’s a very raw and beautiful experience, which may be too much for the little ones.
Yes, we require $500 to reserve your spot.
Yes! In fact, the way we plan these trips and the payment for them is via installment. After the initial deposit, there will be 3 more dates set, at which time you will pay for another portion of the trip.
You can reference the CDC website or, for a more streamlined option, we recommend visiting a Passport Health office near you. They will be able to provide the most up-to-date service and give you everything you need. Be sure to give yourself plenty of time ahead of the trip so you aren’t rushing towards the end.
While Malaria is present in parts of West Africa, it’s not something to lose sleep over. Some people may choose to take preventative medicine, but it’s not necessary. Often, we just use Deet. It’s really the best option while on the ground and normally the only precaution the QEWFA team takes on their multiple trips each year.
We provide a full packing list to make sure you know exactly how to prepare! Most days, you’ll want to dress like you’re going on a light hike: think sneakers, lightweight pants, and layers. For the ladies, no low cut shirts or very short shorts. Also, there’s no need to bring anything fancy on this trip. Casual clothes will be your best bet.
We stay at safe, comfortable, and lovely accommodations. This varies for each trip, but normally we are in 5-8 bedroom home in a safe neighborhood that is central to alot of the planned activities. We also plan for a hotel stay or two depending on the itinerary.