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Eco-friendly travel guide to Benelux advises how to be a responsible tourist. Learn how to travel in a sustainable way and how to respect the local people and culture. Make your trip green by supporting locally owned hotels, organic restaurants and other businesses. Read more on how to protect the environment by making conscientious choices and how to travel green in Benelux, Europe.

Amsterdam Central

  • Air quality: 2 / 5
  • Bus connections: 2 / 5
  • Train connections: 3 / 5
  • Hitchhiking: 2 / 5
  • National parks: 3 / 5
  • Outdoor activities: 3 / 5
  • Locals' English level: 3 / 5
  • Safety: 3 / 5
  • Accommodation: US$20 - $70
  • Budget per day: US$50 - $250

Responsible Travel

It is international and intergovernmental cooperation that comprises three Western European countries: Belgium, [[[Netherlands]], and Luxembourg. There are different treaties and policies which these three countries have signed. The total area of Benelux is 75,149 Km2, and the estimated population in 2019 was 29,554,771 people. The density becomes 394/Km2. The official language of Benelux is Dutch and French. The pollution in these countries is very low. All the countries forming Benelux are a part of the European Union. As these countries' pollution level is low, please you should not create pollution by any means, and you should be a responsible tourist.

Air Quality and Pollution

Benelux is one of the most polluted areas by nitrogen dioxide – or NO2 – in the world. Air quality in Benelux can be affected by vehicle emissions, the automotive industry, and food processing. Available data indicates that Brussels, Gent, Hoevenen, Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, and Oostrozebeke can experience high air pollution levels. If you visit the Benelux, try to help maintain the air quality by not causing any pollution. It is such a lovely, unique, and beautiful place to visit, although it is a little polluted, try to explore it with much more interest to gain knowledge about the Benelux.

Respect the Culture

The Benelux consists of three nations: the Netherlands (Holland), Belgium, and Luxembourg. The Dutch language is spoken in the Netherlands and in the northern part of Belgium, called Flanders. The French-speaking southern and eastern part of Belgium is called Wallonia. In the literature field, Flanders and the Netherlands are one domain, and the same can be said for Wallonia and France. The Benelux population is multilingual in speech. For instance, almost all Dutch people are fluent in the international language of business, namely English.

Top 10 Places to Visit

  • Volendam, Netherlands: Volendam, the fishing town of the Netherlands. We will be able to reach Amsterdam in less than 1 hour by public transport. Volendam may be a typical fishing town and an area where many of the old traditions still live. The city, which also hosts a museum where you'll get detailed information about Volendam's history and traditions, conquers the hearts of tourists with its fish restaurants. What to Eat in Amsterdam? As we mentioned in our article, Volendam is the place where you should taste country-specific food. It would help if you visited the fish restaurants to try the best fish varieties in the country. It is also a pleasure to sink the sun by the sea. Intense waves of sunshine create an unforgettable image of this village.

From Amsterdam Central railway station, you'll reach Volendam in about 35 minutes.

  • Kinderdjik Windmills, Netherlands: One of the most important symbols of the Netherlands: windmills. You can attend the world on the brink of Rotterdam by bus from the town. The region, where tourists frequently visit has the place with the most mills in the Netherlands, is also located about 2 hours away from Amsterdam. Windmills are the structures that ought to be seen as concrete evidence that the Netherlands has been transformed from a swamp to agricultural land. He can witness flour making by entering some of them; You can buy bread and baked goods made here. The Netherlands also has a severe risk of being submerged. The Netherlands, severely suffering from heating and rising water levels, is usually threatened by flooding, as parts of it are below water level. To stop this example, opened water channels in the 13th century. When this was insufficient in time, windmills were established, and the accumulated water was drained and used for natural energy and food production. Although successfully protected the windmills from flooding, the Netherlands' problems, such as drought, famine, and forest fires, continued for centuries. Despite all these negativities, the Netherlands' solutions to the water problem reflect its efforts and achievements in engineering. Especially with the water sets, you'll see within the cities on the ocean shores, and the towns are tried to be shielded from the danger of flood and tsunami.
  • Delft, Netherlands: The city displays Dutch ceramics' best to the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). The city, which rose during the Dutch Golden Age, made significant contributions to biology's science. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek and Martinus Beijerinck, who discovered bacteria and are considered the founders of microbiology, were born and educated in this city. Considered an essential dynasty of the Netherlands, the Oranj-Nassau family has played an important role in Dutch and European politics since the 16th century. The national orange color adopted by the Netherlands today also comes from this dynasty. The family-centred themselves on the city of Delft. The town of Delft played an essential role in the Dutch Golden Age's life and the Dutch Republic's establishment. In the city museum Prinsenhof, you'll discover the town's historical significance for the Netherlands and Europe.

The city is about 45 minutes from Amsterdam by train.

  • Atomium, Belgium: Built-in 1958 for Expo 58, it was designed by Andre Waterkeyn. The structure, which is 102 meters high and formed by combining nine steel spheres, is Brussels' important symbols. Attracting attention to its architecture, Atomium consists of 9 sections, 18 meters in diameter. It was inspired by the crystal structure of the cell magnifying 165 million times. Twelve pipes connect the spheres Waterkeyn thought that the iron atom would better express the period for Expo 58. It was built within six months after planning and became the symbol of modern architecture in Brussels. Its last floor can be reached by elevator, from which the city view is excellent. You can eat at the restaurant located here and enjoy the view.
  • Bell Tower, Belgium: Belfy (Belfort) Bell Tower is one of the most famous symbols of Bruges. To see the bird's eye view from the 83-meter-high Bell Tower, you have to climb 366 steps. This clock tower was built in 1240 as a treasure chamber. Later, when fires damaged it, it was rebuilt in 1280 and started to be used as an observation tower. Added a wooden, pointed roof to the building, but the need for a new arrangement was born due to the falling lightning. During the religious wars in the 17th century, the tower was protected by the Flemish. Finally, renewed the roof of the building in 1822. The tower, which is used for determining social, political, and religious events, has gained a new function with the clock's addition. The building, which used to have 48 bells, now has 47 bells.
  • Aziz Bavo Cathedral, Belgium: Built-in 942 as a small chapel and dedicated to John the Baptist, St. Bavo Cathedral (Sint Baafskathedraal), which has its current appearance with the Romanesque and Gothic style additions made over the centuries to the John Chapel, is located at the back of the Bell Tower. The most critical work in the cathedral, which warns the public against disasters and enemy attacks thanks to its 89-meter-long tower, is the painting "The Festival of the Mystical Lamb" created by Hubert and Jan van Eyck. Also, there is a crypt on the cathedral's ground floor, and some artefacts are exhibited. Also, you can see many frescoes from the first period canon the walls.
  • Gravensteen (Kontlar) Castle,Belgium: It is one of the medieval castles. Built-in 1180, the castle was built after the Crusades. The court was restored to its original form in 1885 and strengthened further. The Castle of the Counts (Gravensteen), produced by Count Philip in 1180, is located on the Leie River banks. Flemish Counts used till the 14th century were used as a courthouse, prison, and even a factory in the past. The military building, built houses with stones removed from the courtyard walls when it was left to decay, was saved from its surplus structures. The renovation works carried out after the municipality bought it at the end of the 19th century. You can see tools and other items used for torture and execution in the castle's prison section, used as a museum.
  • Luxembourg Castle, Luxembourg: Luxembourg Castle has been the most critical castle in Europe for many years due to its strategic positions with the Holy Roman Empire and the French Kingdom. Another name of the court is 'Vianden Castle.' Built-in the 10th century, the castle was completed by reflecting the Romanesque style. However, the castle, which was converted into a gothic style in the 14th century, was largely destroyed in the 18th century. After this demolition, brought valuable artisans from many parts of Europe were to restore the castle. Luxembourg Castle is today considered one of the most important symbols of Europe's past. The court and its surroundings (accepted as the old city); added to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list in 1994. Such a fantastic place to visit and gain knowledge about the area.
  • The Grand Duke Palace (The Grand Ducal Palace), Luxembourg: It was built between 1572-1795 as the first municipality building of Luxembourg. In its construction, traces of the Flemish Renaissance school can be found. The Grand Duke's Palace was occupied by Germany during the Second World War and fell into the hands of the Nazis. The Nazis used this palace as a tavern and concert hall. This palace, which was later used for its former duty in 1945, has been home to Luxembourg's Duke ever since.
  • Wenzel Walk Neighborhood, Naturpark Öewersauer: Wenzel is known as the oldest district of the city, and its history dates back to about a year ago. It is known that the first settlement here started in 963 by Count Siegfried, with the construction of a rocky castle overlooking the Alzette river. It is known that this castle is continually trying to be acquired by European states. It is recommended that people coming to this neighbourhood take a tour accompanied by a guide. Since it is a vast area, it will be enjoyable to move forward in the right plan to learn every detail with a guide. It is possible to watch the city with its panoramic view and see tunnels, bridges, castles, and lively streets from the 14th century to the present day. The tunnels, which are also among the places to be seen during this tour, present an eerie appearance with small natural openings and weak electric lights.
Gravensteen Castle


The Benelux Member States of Europe are Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg has many exciting places to explore. It will help you to find different, engaging, and adventurous things to do. You will find so many city parks, museums, and restaurants to try out different cuisines and it will help you try some traditional food of Benelux also. Try to visit this beautiful place during your vacation to make your holidays more exciting.

City Parks

Place Dr. Fernand Kons

National Parks

*Hoge Kempen National Park, Belgium

  • Burdinale and Mehaigne National Park, Belgium
Hoge Kempen National Park


De Panne Strand


  • Casemates du Bock ,Luxembourg
Bock casemates, Luxembourg


  • Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art, Luxembourg
  • Luxembourg National Museum of Natural History, Luxembourg
  • Rijks museum, Netherlands
  • Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Belgium
A photograph taken from the library inside the Rijks Museum


Benelux's culinary culture is heavily influenced by their French and Dutch neighbours. Some are more obvious than others — snails and steak tartare from the French and mussels from the Dutch — but all are easily found on Benelux. You'll also see many croquettes, horses, and meatballs (called boulettes or ballets). In Benelux, fries are taken very seriously. They are a source of national pride and are served everywhere; of course, waffles top the list of what to eat in Benelux. Stoverij, sometimes called Carbonnades Flamandes, is a beef stew served throughout Benelux. It has many traditional and local restaurants also to try some country foods again.


Gueuze is a Belgian lambic-style made by blending young and old lambic beers— traditional Belgian brews fermented with wild yeasts. Another famous drink is Black Russian. The cocktail is traditionally prepared by shaking vodka and Kahlua. It is then served on the rocks in an old-fashioned glass without garnishes. Trappist is a particular category of beers, or more precisely an indication of origin, which includes various styles brewed in Trappist monasteries. And more varieties of beer, wine, and vodka is famous here. Here you will get so many pubs and bars to enjoy drinks and beers with your friends and family members.


The tap water of Belgium is good enough, and you can drink the tap water directly. It eliminates the need for bottled water. The tap water of Belgium is safe to drinking. It is because of the water purification centre. The water purification plants and the staff are efficient and skilled in providing pure water regularly. There is no sign of any problems such as rust in water supplying pipes as well. We recommend drinking tap water directly rather than purchasing bottled water because the tap water is regularly tested before allowing the water to reach residential and industrial areas. Buying bottled water will increase your plastic consumption, and you will end up creating a lot of pollution. However, 42% of the total water is still polluted. This water pollution rate is still growing; therefore, please, you should not create water pollution or dump the waste in the water. Amsterdam's tap water is perfect, and it is even purer than bottled water so that you can drink the water directly from the tap. The tap water of Luxemburg is very much pure and is of pristine quality. Other than this, some locals still drink bottled water just because of tap water's taste.


Activities are a task which we do out of his hobby or feelings. Activities help us to create a lot of memories in a different field. There are air-related activities such as parachuting, hot air balloon ride, and paragliding. There are land activities such as ATV Tour, jungle safari, walking tour, trekking, hiking. There are water activities such as water surfing, windsurfing, kayaking, snorkelling, and many more.


Different countries have different sizes and tourism rates; therefore, various accommodation types depend on these features. Other than this, there are luxurious villas where you get an entire estate on rent with additional features such as a cook, house cleaning team, and a lot of others. Other than hotels that are the most famous and popular accommodation mode and are mostly preferred worldwide, most tourists and their families visit these countries for one or two weeks. Different hotels have different facilities. Other than this, there are the best hostels if you want to stay for a shorter time and are travelling solo. Other than this, there are apartments which can help you to stay for a longer time.

Green Hotels

Green hotels are different from ordinary hotels and have a green certificate, which the government issues after their registration and inspection. These hotels can use this green certificate to attract a lot of customers. These hotels believe in eco-friendly ways to provide comfort to their customers. Other than this, there are green hotels which have their farm, and from there they get thee fruits and vegetables to cook dishes, so these are very beneficial for the health. The room service, which uses disinfectant and cleaning agent to clean the room, has fewer toxic chemicals and safer.

Hostels and Guest Houses

Hostels are rooms which offer necessary facilities such as water and electricity and are shared by another person. As you get a roommate from which you have to share your room, you will get good company even if you are travelling alone. You must be careful about your belongings while accommodating in these hostels. Besides hostels, there are guesthouses, which are best if you are travelling with a large group. More to this, these guesthouses will give you a homely feeling even when you are far away from your home.


There are a lot of apartments in each country which are available for rent. These apartments are best when you are travelling with your friends or family for a longer time. Apartments are known for their piracy because there will be no main waiter, servant to disturb you. Other than this, there are apartments placed near lakes, and you must try to accommodate inn these apartments because of the sunset and sunrise view you will get. Every condo has a balcony through which you can sit and enjoy when you are tired r do not have any plans.


Couch surfing is staying at a locals house for free without paying. It is an open type f accommodation, and you can save a lot of money with this method. Other than this, if you want to help the host and his family, you can buy some essential home items or fruits and vegetables. Couch surfing can help you to get an idea of how the people of that country treat tourists.


Camping is an adventurous activity that involves sleeping under the night sky and stargazing. There are many beaches where camping is allowed, and camp on the shores is better than camping on campgrounds. You do not have to work hard to pin up the tent as you can easily do it on sand compared to hard ground. Another reason is that beaches are best in providing relaxation to the body and sea breeze to better sleep. Next to this, there are other places such as hills where you can camp.


The Benelux countries
A flat country that is constantly being changed by the seas. Inventive minds in Dutch history developed a technique for claiming land back from the ocean.
The battlefield for World War I, this picturesque country is known for its culinary specialties and hosts many important institutions of the European Union.
This small duchy once laid claims upon the entire Benelux region around 600 years ago.


  • Amsterdam — traveller magnet due to its impressive architecture, lovely canals (grachten), museums and liberal attitudes
  • Antwerp — a giant cathedral, medieval streets, artistic heritage, and the second-largest port of Europe, coined the Diamond of the Sea
  • Brussels — unofficial capital of the EU with a nice historic centre and several museums
  • Bruges — one of Europe's wealthiest cities in the 14th century, its large and beautiful historic centre remains intact; a romantic city with pre-Renaissance walls
  • Liège — largest city of Wallonia (the French part of Belgium), along a wide river, industrial cityscape with hiking and resorts in the nearby hills
  • Luxembourg — its spectacular valleys and plateaus led it to be nicknamed the "Gibraltar of the North"
  • Rotterdam — modern architecture, good nightlife and the largest port of Europe, Rotterdam is a hub of excitement
  • The Hague — seat of government, royal family, judicial capital of the world and Madurodam
  • Utrecht — historic centre, nice antique stores and the Rietveld-Schröder House are all in this magnificent Dutch city

Getting There and Moving Around

There are different ways to move around in this country. These options include that you can even rent or hire a taxi to move around in these countries. Other than this, some trains can help you travel from one city to another quickly. There are local buses that are also present in these countries to help people move around or travel from one city to another. To reach these countries, some flights are the most convenient way to get here. There are international buses that can help you travel from one country to another, but it is limited to a few countries. Therefore the best way to reach any country is the flights because all these countries have established air relations with major cities of different countries.


There are five airports present in the Netherlands, and out of these five airports, the main airport is Amsterdam airport. This airport faces a lot of passengers, which do you choose Beijing. This airport is the third busiest airport in Europe and the busiest airport if focusing on aircraft movements. The total area these airport covers are 6887 acres, and the elevation of this airport is around -11 feet. This airport was mainly open in 1916 for the military as a part of the military Airbase. However, when the First World War came to an end, civilians mostly used this airport, which further resulted in the loss of military rule from this airport. According to this airport's facts, it was voted the number one airport in entire Western Europe. This airport handled around 72 million passengers in 2019. There is only one airport present in real Luxembourg. The name of that airport is Luxembourg airport. The television at this airport is 1234 feet. According to the stats of 1080, this airport handled around 3988224 passengers. This airport opened in 1930, and at that time, the length of the runway was 3400 feet, and this airport was a small grass airfield, but now the size of this airport is 13130 feet, and the runway has an asphalt surface. As many of us know, Luxembourg was under Germany from 1940 to the Second World War; therefore, this airport was used as a military aircraft carrier. There are two terminals in this airport from which terminal B, the 2nd terminal, was opened in 2004 and a seating capacity of 600,000 passengers. There are five airports in Belgium, out of which the main airport is Brussels airport.

A view of the interior of the Schiphol International Airport


There are many buses present in this country and acts as an acceptable means of public transportation; therefore, you can easily take a bus from a bus stand. There are many buses stand in each area where all the buses reach to collect their passengers. You can even track the buses through an online application and the ticket fare and time taken to get to that specific destination. Booking seats online will be beneficial in two ways; first, you do not have to take a paper ticket to save nature as you will get access online. The second is that you will be able to pre-book it for the future, so even if the seats or buses are full, the railway board will reserve that particular seat for you. There are intercity and local buses present in this country, which helps passengers to reach their desired destination. The most exciting part of public transport such as buses is that this is the first country to announce that the buses to travel intercity and move around are free of cost, meaning you do not have to pay for travel.

Solaris electric bus in Brussels


The railways in Belgium was first opened in 1830. The bullet's total length but railways in Belgium is 3607 kilometres, 2860 double tracks railway line, and 3064 kilometres of electrified railway lines. These statistics show that the railway is the most common transport mode among the locals and the tourists. The ticket price of railways is easily affordable; therefore, 2 zero 6.5 million passengers use them as a transportation mode. There are also international trains that can help you travel from one country to different or even reach from other countries to this country. The five countries are the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg, France, and the United Kingdom. There were 55 railway stations in the entire region, and smoking is prohibited in all railway stations and trains. There are railways in the Netherlands with a total length of 3223 kilometres, 1986 kilometres of double-track railway lines, and 2321 kilometres of electrified railway lines. There are also high-speed trains present in this country with a railway track length of 125 kilometres. There are a total of 408 stations present in this country. The first railway in this country was started in 1839 that is a concise length between Amsterdam and Haarlem. The Netherlands has excluded the use of paper tickets since 2014, but there are ticket vending machines present in each station through which Tickets made up of Cardboard accompanied with an electric chip can be purchased. You can even book the intercity or international trains online, and the railway department will send the ticket through a PDF to your Mail. You have to take a print of that ticket in which there will be about code that you will need to scan to get an entry to the station. Passengers who do not have a valid passport will be fined $50 along with the ticket price. There are nine stations in the entire opened in 1859, and around 80,000 passengers use this train per day.

Central train station of Amsterdam


Hiking is a free type of travel option through which you can save a lot of money; there are specific merits and demerits of hitchhiking. The first merit is that in hitching, you can meet many new people dad, which can help you understand different human behaviours and how the locals of that country treat foreigners. The second advantage is that it is a budget-friendly type of travel option. Other than this, some of the demerits of hitchhiking states that there are different types of risks involved, such as the risk of getting robbed or the drivers post you to leave the car in mid of the road. Therefore, you must always check the crime rate of that city where you are hitchhiking. Besides this, hitchhiking cannot be used in an emergency condition, especially when you have to reach a particular place at a certain point because there might be a delay in getting a vehicle. There are fewer chances of jacking in Luxembourg because the road transport for the public is free of cost; therefore, many of the tourists, as well as the public, uses public transportation to move around or to travel from one city to another instead of using their vehicle and also there is no need of hitchhiking in Luxemburg.


Other ways to reach these countries are trains from neighbouring countries such as Germany, France, etc. Other than this, there are many ways to move around in this country: walking, trams, cycle, taxis. Walking is a very beneficial activity, and a good option t move around if you do not want to spend on accommodation. Walking is also helpful to remain fit and healthy. You can learn about different streets which might look the same through walking. Other than this, cycling is also a good activity which involves moving around. However, it would help if you were alerted and should not over speed in traffic because there are chances of the accident; therefore, it is better to take precautions. You must carry a mobile phone with you while cycling to reach your accommodation even if you get lost somewhere. There are cycle rental shops also available, or you are visiting this country for a longer time, then you can even purchase your cycle, and if you think a new bike will cost too much, you can buy a second-hand bicycle.

Sustainable Shopping

Sustainable shipping is a good activity that involves shipping those products which have either a good impact on nature or have less harmful effects on wildlife. Other than this, these products involve organic fruits and vegetables that are very much beneficial for health as they are grown without pesticides or artificial chemicals, which will speed up the growth of that product and harm its natural growth cycle. These vegetables and fruits support health and can be purchased so that you can cook by yourself if your accommodation option has a kitchen available. If you stay for a long time, then flea markets are organized by farmers only, where they sell their fruits, vegetables, and other products. These fruits and vegetables are sold at a lesser price and often in a bulk quantity, so you can purchase in bulk and use those products for the days you are staying in that country. Other than this, there are second-hand stores widely present in each of these three countries' cities. Next to the second-hand store, there are eco fashion stores where you can shop those made sustainably.


Recycling helps to save nature as it helps eliminate waste before it is sent to landfill for further treatment. There are a lot of recycling centers present in each country. Other than this, some products are recycled and are reused in different forms. Recycling cuts the need for raw material and natural resources in the production of these products. Other than this, we can use recycled products. Recycling also saves a lot of pollution because it was waste before it was eliminated for recycling; an increase in garbage also increases pollution.


The waste disposal of Belgium is moderate; therefore, around 49 % of the total people are dissatisfied with Belgium's garbage disposal method. It has caused an increase in the dirt and made this country untidy. The locals and the tourists do not feel responsible for keeping their surroundings clean or dumping their waste in dustbins. Although the government has put all the efforts into establishing dustbins in almost every street of each city, the dumped garbage is significantly less. The majority of the people leave their waste in water bodies, which is a convenient way of disposing of the trash but can cause many future problems. Other than this, the Netherlands and Luxemburg are very lean because of their responsible citizens, strict policies, and efficient waste management system.

Work and Study Abroad

The education pattern of Belgium involves compulsory education from 6 years of age until 18 years. Other than this, there is primary and secondary education as a division of Belgium’s education pattern. Primary education is between 6 years and 12 years, and secondary education between 12 years and 18 years. There is also pre-primary education, optional and free for children between ages two and five years later. It, the children are sent to primary education. The teaching of the Netherlands is compulsory for the age groups between 5 years and 16 years. The learning of a child starts when he reaches four years of age. In the Netherlands, primary education is divided into eight grades, which are called groepens. Eight groepens are starting from groupen one, which begins at the age of $ years, and last is groepen eight, which ends at age 12 years. Luxemburg has compulsory education between the age group of 4 to 16 years, and the teaching is divided into primary and post-primary. Primary education involves children of age four till eleven years and post-primary at 12 years and ends at 16 years of age.

Exchange Student

In this program, the student from a country is sent to different countries to complete their degree by his home country's university. It has a lot of benefits for students as it helps in polishing their social skills. Every university that has access to this program takes an entrance test in which you have to achieve the marks required to be a part of this program by the university. It helps in gaining self-confidence as you will have to clear the entrance exam, and if you clear that, you will be ahead of those students who were unsuccessful in removing the test, which helps increase the person's self-confidence. It is a free program. Therefore, you will not have to pay for your education; however, you need to pay for accommodation and live there.

Au Pair

Au pair work is available in most Belgium and Netherlands because the families here have both the parents working. Therefore, many families are always searching for those who can take care of their children. Being an AU pair does not require you to pay for staying with that family; however, you have the work of taking care of the child. Other than this, you can stay for as long as you want to visit that country for free. It is different from couch surfing.


Volunteering involves those tasks which you do out of your hobby or intrinsic feelings. You cannot charge for what you are volunteering. Volunteering consists of doing social work like helping the needy ones. You can combat depression and stress by volunteering, as the work you will do will make you happy and give you a feeling of satisfaction. Besides this, you can meet many new people while volunteering as the organization works as a team to help you make friends. Different countries have different organizations that work differently.

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