Humanitarian transport denied by Belarus

Almost three months after the departure of our relief transport to Kyrgyzstan, we finally have positive news. The goods have been released by Belarus and may be returned to the Netherlands. We never imagined in June that this would be positive news. What happened?Until Lithuania, everything was running smoothly. The problems began when crossing the …

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Podcast by Jelmer de Boer

Last weekend, Jelmer de Boer published a podcast with our Ryceleader Peter Hofman. In a nearly 2-hour conversation, you’ll learn (almost) everything about the start of Ryce Travel and what led Peter to take up winter sports in “crazy countries. Listen to the podcast at the link below: Or on Soundcloud

Volunteer in Kyrgyzstan: Lauren

My name is Lauren. I am a quarter of a century old and have two younger brothers. I enjoyed studying Language and Literature in Leuven. I was lucky and got to study for six months in Madrid, a city I still love to visit today. After graduation, I did two seasons in the French Alps. The thing I love most is snowboarding in deep, fresh, light powder.

Asian ski youth championships in Kazakhstan

Recently, we donated skis to competitive skiers from Kyrgyzstan. The youngsters made excellent use of these skis during the Asian ski youth championships. In cooperation with DAKA, Askarbek, Maksim, Bukit, and Konstantin received race skis from the Ryce Travel HUB in Karakol. After intensive training at the Karakol ski resort, it was time to test …

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