Merry Christmas from the Gapforce Team

Happy Holidays from everyone at Gapforce

2015 has been a fantastic year at Gapforce! Before Gapforce HQ closes our doors for Christmas, we wanted to take the opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and…

Greenforce boat used for traditional Fijian ceromony

Greenforce had the honor of having our Fiji project boat being used for a traditional Fijian ceremony where one village passes “the light” onto another. All the volunteers were invited to join in on this traditional Fijian event!…

Trekforce Expedition Leader Training Review

Trekforce Expedition Leader Training Review

Have you ever considered jacking in the rat race and doing something amazing for your career? Like leading expeditions that will change people’s lives and that grant you with the ability to travel the world and help to protect rainforests, create marine parks and support communities in some of the most stunning and remote places on the planet. At Trekforce, we … Read More

New Fiji Medboat is in Operation!

Check out these new pics of our Fiji Medboat. It’s soon to be re-painted and branded as the brilliant little Medforce badass it is, but we wanted to show you a few pics in it’s “naked” form We have kitted it out with a full expedition medical kit and we have been advised our Medboat will be better equipped than most … Read More

Staff Stories: Internships with Greenforce – Joe In Tanzania

Here at Greenforce we understand that sometimes the best field staff can be those people who’ve worked their socks off to fundraise, save, beg and borrow money to head out to some amazing locations around the world and make a vital difference to conservation and humanitarian projects. Therefore did you know that on some of our projects we offer internships … Read More

A little praise for our amazing staff out in the field

Gapforce isn’t just for “Gap Yah’s”. We take volunteers from all walks of life to all corners of the globe – to make a difference with meaningful projects. For example the amazing Students Union at Bournemouth University, who for two years in a row have organised, fundraised and worked their socks off to get a group of volunteers out to … Read More

Trekforce Conservation Project makes it into the Bornean Press!

Trekforce’s efforts in Borneo have now been featured in the Borneo Press (UK and world press to soon follow…). Our Expedition leader and country co-ordinator David Osborne, 30, (known locally as ‘Os’) along with Al Davies, 31 (an English jungle survival expert) and Rian John Pasan, 40, (a Kelabit guide and expedition leader) have run six successful expeditions in the … Read More

Full Gap Year or Mini-Gap?

With the prospect of rising tuition fees and the pressure of the recession. Can people still afford to take time out to volunteer around the world? We here at Gapforce say an resounding yes!! Although it’s brilliant if you can take a full year off from work or study, there are still loads of options in the summer holidays and … Read More