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Hey everyone! 

Today marks an extremely exciting day for all of us at Invasion and Intrax.

When two like-minded companies come together for the greater good, we wanted to showcase our new combined adventure and journey together.

So… together, as Invasion and Intrax, we have officially launched Intravelr! 

Intravelr is now the home and umbrella brand for all of our exciting Camp brands, like Camp Thailand, Camp Bali, Camp Maldives, Camp South Africa & more!

Specialising in providing unforgettable experiences for the youth travel generation, we have a new, state-of-the-art website that is going to make travelling even easier than ever before.

Intravelr’s core mission is to create life-changing experiences and cultural exchange opportunities. We offer a range of enriching experiences that have a focus on sustainability, travelling with care, and giving back to the communities we visit. Above all, it’s about making a positive impact on everyone involved.

Why “Intravelr”?
A special feature of this brand is how it adapts and marries the “in” of both Invasion and Intrax collectively and thus a name created which perfectly reflects both companies’ core mission to create life-changing experiences and cultural exchange opportunities around the globe.

The 4 Pillars of Intravelr

Intravelr encompasses the ethos of both companies which has resulted in the creation of four key pillars.

Fun

Travel and fun will go hand in hand at Intravelr, with laughter being a crucial part of the Intravelr experience.

We don’t just provide travel, we create experiences that are enriching, cultural AND fun – just ask our experienced reps, customers and partners.

Community

Our programmes bring together like-minded people within the Intravelr community in order to create a sense of belonging. 80% of our customers from brands within our own community are solo travellers when they first join, and they then make friends for life at Camp. 

Culture

Cultural exchange is at the heart of Intravelr. Not only do our programmes offer the opportunity to experience authentic cultures, we also offer the opportunity for individuals and groups to give back through our volunteering programmes. We encourage participants to fully immerse themselves into the local culture on their trips – from cycling through the ancient ruins of Thailand to the breathtaking Gates of Heaven in Bali.

Our programmes are designed by travel experts to really allow people to immerse themselves in their local settings, creating life-lasting memories and a fondness that brings the world closer together through the true understanding of others. 

Volunteer

Planting trees, working with animals, teaching English, and restoring beaches; our volunteering opportunities are vast and we want as many people as possible to get involved in our community projects.

The positive impact you make with Intravelr is sure to change the lives of others and your own! 

With Intravelr you can specifically; teach English in schools, care for elephants and turtles, plant trees, restore beaches, and so much more.

Overall

All of our programmes offer an experience like no other, something that is beyond travelling. 

The impact you make through these programmes stay with you and those that you positively interact with. 

With this incredible news in mind, we just wanted to thank all of our loyal customers, partners and our team, as we welcome you all collectively into the Intravelr family.

Together we will change thousands more lives for the better through truly life changing experiences. It’s time to… Find Your Adventure.

The Intravelr Team.

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With so many islands to visit (7,640 to be exact), beautiful beaches and snorkelling trips to go on, you are going to need food to have enough energy to do all these amazing activities! But what is there to eat in the Philippines?

Luckily for you, there is so much wonderful food on offer! We would definitely recommend trying all the local cuisine as it’s amazing! But they also offer a lot of western food, so if you are just craving pizza, pasta and burgers, it will be available! 😃

With so much on offer and some strange names, it can be hard to know where to start, so here are a few of our personal favourite foods to eat in the Philippines!

Adobo

To start off with, the most famous dish in the Philippines is Adobo. This is a popular dish and Filipino cooking process. The term Adobo is derived from the Spanish word ‘adobar’, meaning marinade. It involves meat, seafood or vegetables marinated in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, bay leaves, and black peppercorns, which is browned in oil, and simmered in the marinade. Super tasty! 

Pancit Guisado

A very popular dish among tourists is Pancit Guisado. This is a Filipino noodle dish. It is composed of rice noodles, shredded chicken, shrimp and vegetables. Pancit is a symbol for long life so it is always served during special occasions, but lucky for us we can eat this any time as it is available in most restaurants! 

Pork BBQ

During your time in the Philippines you will spot a lot of stalls selling Pork Barbecue. A favourite Merienda (snack between meals) is Pinoy Pork Barbecue. While this can be served as a main meal with rice, there is also nothing better than fancying a snack, walking down the street and spotting a street vendor grilling them for around 30p a stick! Now that is an offer we can not refuse! 😝

Lumpia

Finally, a personal favourite would have to be Lumpia. This is the Filipino version of a spring roll. These deep fried rolls are filled with minced meat and vegetables and served with sweet and sour dipping sauce. Delicious! 

Bakeries

In the Philippines there are a lot of local bakeries available which are super cheap and so good! Fresh bread, cakes, cookies and more! We would definitely recommend treating yourself to some sweet treats whilst you are there! 

Fast Food

The UK has Mcdonalds, but in the Philippines the fast food equivalent is Jollibee! They serve all your traditional fast food meals such as burgers, hot dogs, fries etc. However the strange addition is Spaghetti! Yes you read that right, they have spaghetti! It may sound bizarre but it is actually pretty tasty! Has to be something to try whilst you are there! 😃

There you have it, plenty of food to eat in the Philippines to keep you going for the duration of your trip!

If you haven’t already, send in an application today! Get ready for the trip of a lifetime and lots of tasty food 😉

Much love,

The Camp Team x