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Sojourner Tours In France Seeks Volunteers

New tour development creates opportunities to take a guided tour without paying the guide.


As graduates of UCSB, the owners of Sojourner Tours are extending an opportunity to people living in the Santa Barbara area. Sojourner Tours is currently looking for volunteers for a first run of a new French tour itinerary June 15-24, 2014. The leisurely excursion features wine tasting, canoeing, hiking and biking. Volunteers pay for their own transportation to and from the site and a flat rate that covers basic expenses: hotel; food; local transportation; fees to all sites and activities, etc. The company doesn’t make a profit.

To receive a copy of the full itinerary and price, send an email titled VOLUNTEER to sojournertours@outlook.com. Learn more about Sojourner Tours by visiting the website: www.sojournertours.com. Volunteers will be selected based on a cover letter and resume which must be received by midnight February 1, 2014.

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