Tourists play a vital role in exploring new cultures and contributing to local economies. However, a concerning trend that has emerged is orphanage tourism. Orphanage tourism refers to the practice of visiting and volunteering at orphanages, often in developing countries, with the intention of helping disadvantaged children. While the intentions may be good, this form of tourism can have harmful consequences. It can perpetuate the institutionalization of children, exploit their vulnerability, and create a cycle of dependency. Moreover, it can disrupt the stability and emotional well-being of the children involved. To address this issue, it is crucial to promote ethical and sustainable forms of tourism that prioritize the best interests of children and support community-based solutions.