At the close of a successful summer returning to travel after a year of COVID isolation, Wonder Voyage is excited to share 5 reviews about how pilgrimages helped groups focus on transformation, service opportunities, disconnecting from the problems of the world, reconnecting with nature, and strengthening the bonds of a youth group.
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Molly Wren shares an experience with wonder on a summer voyage when a group of refugee students had an experience that made them feel heard, understood, and not quite so lonely in a location no one would have expected.
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Executive Director Shawn Small recaps what a post-pandemic summer of travel looked like for 350 pilgrims on 23 voyages across 14 states, 5 countries, and 3 continents. If you're ready to reconnect with wonder, learn about the exciting new travel opportunities Wonder Voyage offers.
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Fostering connections is an essential part of a Wonder Voyage experience. This week, we learn how Wonder Voyage Guide and Board Member Brent Richardson used stories and pass the candle to re-connect a team on a recent pilgrimage in Montana.
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One of the elements that separate a good pilgrimage from a great one is a team's willingness to delve into the story of the location. In this introduction to Narrative Voyages, Executive Director Shawn Small shares why story is so powerful.
If you think you've "been there and done that," allow us to introduce you to some lesser-known alternatives to Wonder Voyage's most popular US locations.
Considering planning your group's next pilgrimage or mission trip yourself? Wonder Voyage Executive Director Shawn Small walks through the debate over penny-pinching when it comes to team travel.