A LOT OF INVOLVEMENT
If you are interested in one or more of our projects, you should attend one of our information days, which we organize once a month in Milan, Italy. This is the best way to meet and talk about your doubts and questions. These monthly meetings are free and don’t imply your participation in the project. If, after this first meeting, you are even more convinced of travelling with us, we can organise a private meeting, to better know each other and talk about all aspects of your travel, from the documents you will need to the challenges – usually, there are some – you will face. We will evaluate your knowledge of English, talk about the opportunity to travel alone or with other volunteers, show you all activities you will be involved in and together we will plan your itinerary, your travel’s duration and the budget you will need to have. DONATION AND FEES All LOTO’s projects are organised and managed thanks to professionals working locally and aiming to help local communities to achieve their social and environmental goals. For these reasons, we ask our volunteers and travellers for a donation, which supports Italian staff’s and local partners’ work. Each project has autonomously organised vacancies, transports and food. In some places, the donation supports all costs, while in other destinations you will be asked to share some costs with other travellers during your experience. Donations vary from 350 to 1,200 euros depending on some aspects, such as living costs in destination countries, your experience’s duration, the project’s needs. In all our destinations you will find local staff’s people ready to support you with all experience’s steps, from your arrival at the airport to your involvement in the project’s activities.
A project dedicated to the wolf and its habits, with the desire to promote new forms of coexistence between great wild animals and men, enhancing breeding activities, sheep farming and the hospitality sector all caring about the well-being of the territory and the animals that inhabit it. An experience designed for those who are not afraid of the wolf, among outdoor excursions, guided tours, wildlife sightings and cleaning interventions aimed to protect and promote a piece of territory of our wonderful Apennines, still relatively unknown.