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Bali Volunteer Projects

Join our volunteer projects in Bali, where we have the best volunteering projects.

You can choose your own project, and combine different projects and create your own tailor-made unique Bali volunteer program!

You can start every Monday, and you can join from 1 week up to 8 weeks.

On the Monday of your first week, there is an orientation by our local team, so you can get comfortable with the surroundings as well as the local culture in Bali.

Join from only 645 Euro!

Location: Ubud & Nusa Penida in Bali
Start Dates: Start every Monday
Duration: 1 week – 8 weeks

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Arrival in Bali

You need to arrive at Denpasar International Airport (DPS).

Your airport pick-up is included, and you will be met upon arrival on Sunday. You will be picked up by the local team and transferred to your accommodation to meet the other international volunteers.

We will provide you with full arrival and contact details when you book your program.

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About The Location

Ubud

All projects, except for the turtle project are based in Ubud. You will be accommodated in one of our houses in the village of Pejeng Kaja. Located on the outskirts of Ubud, village life is quintessentially local here and you will get a good chance to see typical Balinese life!

Nusa Penida

Nusa Penida is an island with an approximate area of 247 square kilometers and is located South East to Bali. The island by nature is hilly and drier than Bali. Nusa Penida is popular as a bird sanctuary along with other neighboring islands.

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Orientation on Arrival

On the Monday of your first week, there is an orientation by your coordinator, so you can get comfortable with the surroundings as well as the local culture.

There will be an introduction to the program, the accommodation, health and safety advice, Do’s and Don’ts, an intro into the local Culture, and a tour around the area where you will be staying.

Accommodation & Meals

Your accommodation is included in the program from when you arrive on Sunday until Saturday morning of your last week.

You will be accommodated in a volunteer house on the outskirts of Ubud, where village life is quintessentially local and you will get a good chance to see typical Balinese life!

The accommodation is in shared single-gender rooms with other international volunteers.

Your meals are included during your program. There are 3 meals included per day from Monday to Friday, and 2 meals per day on weekends.

Vegetarian meals can be arranged, just let us know.

Indonesian food is tasty and diverse and you can expect to experience a myriad of flavors and meals during your stay. Typical dishes included Mie Goreng (fried noodles and vegetables), Nasi Goreng (fried rice and vegetables), or Gado Gado (mixed vegetables with a satay sauce).

For those who do not eat meat, Indonesian cooking uses a lot of tofu and tempeh (soybeans), and some western dishes would also be available.

Breakfasts are varied and include pancakes, fresh fruit, toast, etc. Tea, coffee, and purified water are available at the house. We do not recommend drinking tap water.

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Sights & Surroundings

Since the weekends are free, you can go wherever you please. Several popular destinations that you can reach by taxi are:

The Gili Islands, where you will find small resorts and huts for tourists looking to get away from the bustle of Ubud. The islands are a popular destination for snorkeling and diving due to their abundant marine life.

Nusa Lembongan is an island paradise with one of the clearest waters that you will ever see and it is also a place where you can find peace and completely relax. Surfing, diving, and snorkeling are among the most popular activities that visitors can enjoy.

Lovina, located between the Bedugul mountains and the sea, is popular for dolphin watching, trekking, hot springs, and its gorgeous coral reefs.

Sanur, is a stretch of beach in Southeast Bali that contains villa resorts and Zen Villas. Historically, it was used as the landing site for the Dutch invasion troops during the Dutch invasion in 1906 as well as being the entry point into Bali for the Japanese during WWII.

Kuta, a beach known for its surfing opportunities and party atmosphere.

Uluwatu, a temple built at the edge of a 70-meter high cliff at the edge of the sea and inhabited by monkeys.

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Our Projects in Bali

These are the different projects that we have available in Bali. You can combine the different projects if you want, and create your on unique volunteer schedule in Bali.

Kindergarten Project

Work in local kindergartens in Ubud’s surroundings by teaching the children basic English in an informal and fun way!

Our program is set in over 15 different kindergartens in Ubud. By working with young children, you will get a taste of the real Balinese lifestyle. Moreover, through informal teaching, we aim to plant the seeds of lifelong learning habits and attempt to make the children enthusiastic about learning English.

We work in over 15 kindergartens in Ubud and its surrounding villages. Moreover, we have our own self-run kindergarten for 4-5-year-olds, who can attend it for free. The kids are right at the start of their school careers and the chance to start learning English at such an early age will prove invaluable for them further on.

Like in kindergartens throughout the world, the teaching is informal as the children will want to play with you more than to be ‘taught’. However, simply by getting them enthused about coming to school, and giving them some very basic English phrases such as simple greetings, you may well have sown the seeds of a lifelong learning habit.

The children will all be excited to see you and exceptionally welcoming, partly due to the natural and genuine friendliness of the Balinese, but also due to the fact that you will be one of the few foreigners they have met!

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Aims & Objectives

To support local kindergartens by helping to take care of the children, playing with them and teaching them basic English.

Schedule

Monday to Friday
Typically, you will be working at the kindergarten in the morning hours. After lunch, you will have time to plan and organize activities for the next day. On a typical day during the project, you will have an early morning breakfast and leave to work at the kindergarten where you will teach some basic English phrases for little kids, play some games, etc. Then, once you have lunch in the afternoon, you will start planning the activities for the next day at kindergarten. The day would end after having a delicious dinner at the accommodation.

Please note that the Kindergarten Project will be closed during school break (June, July, August and December).

This schedule can be changed and/or amended depending on weather conditions, local conditions and unforeseen circumstances.

Bali Teaching English Project

On this teaching program, in the beautiful setting of Pejeng you will have the opportunity to teach children a variety of subjects in English.

The week will consist of preparing lessons with the help of the staff at a local school and teaching the students there. The subject matter and the lesson plans could follow the prescribed syllabus. You would be teaching the students on your own or with the other participants on the program and at the same time experience a different lifestyle.

With Bali’s rapidly expanding tourism industry, the demand for local English speakers has never been greater. Children may have the opportunity to learn English at school, however this is usually taught by a local Balinese teacher and thus the children never really get to practice their conversational skills or hear native English speakers. Balinese children are extremely eager to learn and are an absolute joy to teach. On this project, you will be spending about one to two hours each morning preparing lessons and around three hours in the afternoon teaching at a local elementary or high school. It is entirely up to you what you decide to teach, however there is a general syllabus for you to follow and examples of what previous participants have taught for you to continue with.

The aim of this project is to show students that learning English is fun and you are always encouraged to be creative with your methods of teaching – through games, songs, art, sport and music. If you are new to teaching, you may wish to team up with other fellow participants, as two to three teachers in the classroom often works well with regard to confidence building and gaining greater control of the class whose enthusiasm often spills over into great excitement! Your role is to encourage and inspire, but most importantly for teachers and students alike to enjoy the experience.

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Aims & Objectives

We have all experienced good and not so good teachers and through our project we strive to achieve the infectious enthusiasm of good teachers, specifically aiming to:

Ignite the fuse of lifelong learning.
Enthusiastically encourage and inspire children.
Ensure each child is confident and is able to articulate in both spoken and written English.
Teach games and songs, showing that learning can be fun.
Design creative methods of teaching and make effective lesson plans.
Most importantly for teachers and students alike to enjoy the experience.

Schedule

Monday
On Monday after early morning breakfast, the lesson plans are drawn. This will consist of preparing lessons which could be on various educational subjects or something you would like to teach the children. After lunch, you would set out to the local school and teach them the lessons which you are already prepared with. Later in the evening, return back to the center to give us your feedback on your first day of teaching.

Tuesday to Friday
From Tuesday to Friday, after you complete your early morning breakfast, you can work on developing lesson plans for each day for a couple of hours. After lunch, you can then leave to your assigned school to work with the students who will be eagerly waiting for you. Once you teach them the lessons you have prepared for them and engage in a few activities, then you can return to your accommodation and have dinner.

The teaching plan will be confirmed again every Friday. The program can be changed depending on the school plans and other school activities for the students. Your participation would require around 5 hours a day of your time; 2 hours preparing the lesson in the morning and 3 hours teaching in the afternoon.

This schedule can be changed and/or amended depending on weather conditions, local conditions and unforeseen circumstances.

Bali Environmental Education

For anyone with an interest in environmental issues, with these deep, historical and ongoing cultural ties, this project will offer the best opportunity.

Becoming involved with the local population who regard their environment, not as a separate entity, but very much as a part of their daily lives, makes this project very much a partnership with an equal objective.

Bali is well known for its astonishing beauty and greenery. Unfortunately, due to rapid development and the rise in tourism, the local surroundings of Bali have experienced many negative consequences. Plastic water bottles and plastic food wrappers are of great concern and you will often see people simply throwing these on the ground, as food in Bali were traditionally wrapped in biodegradable banana leaves. The relationship between humans and the environment is an important part of the Balinese culture and the aim of this project is to instil environmental education in the children at a young age, imparting your message in a fun and dynamic manner. The emphasis is on “hands-on” techniques – getting the children out and about in nature and working together. Participants spend two hours each morning planning their campaign and go to schools in the Ubud area in the afternoon.

Our environmental education program focuses on primary schools in Bali. Whilst education is the starting point, we encourage students to work together and do their part, emphasizing that every little effort counts.

The relationship between humans and the environment is an intrinsic part of the Balinese culture and the Balinese are known to respect and treat their environment well long before it became fashionable in the West. One example of this is the Tumpek Uduh day which is a ceremony conducted across Bali for large trees especially fruit bearers and the coconut palm in particular. This is done in order to:

show gratitude to the trees for their usefulness to humans and the environment.
recognize their importance to the livelihood of the Balinese.
pray for continuance in the central role they play in providing a balance between both humans and their environment.
The teaching plan will be confirmed again every Friday.

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Aims & Objectives

To teach the future generation of the country to look after nature through meaningful and joyful educational activities and “hands on” techniques.

Schedule

Monday
On Monday which would be the first day of your project, you will have your breakfast and prepare for the activities that you expect to do with the children. These preparations would include numerous ways and activities through which you expect to educate the children on protecting the environment. After having lunch, you will then leave to the local school where you can commence the activities you have prepared for the day. Upon your arrival from the school after the activities, you can then share your experiences and feedback regarding the program with us. You would end your day by having a delicious dinner at the Center.

Tuesday to Friday
From Tuesday to Friday, you will start your day with breakfast and then designing the activities to be carried out each day. Once you decide on the activities which you will have to carry out on a respective day, you can leave to the school after having lunch. At the school, you will engage with the enthusiastic kids in carrying out the activities you prepared. Once you complete the activities of the day, you can then return to the Center to relax.

This schedule can be changed and/or amended depending on weather conditions, local conditions and unforeseen circumstances.

Bali Healthcare Education Program

If you are a qualified medical practitioner or a person looking for a career in medicine, this is the program you need to choose in this amazing location!

Under this program, you will either be able to contribute to the development of health care in Ubud by working as a professional or teach basic first-aid and methods to maintain personal hygiene to the locals.

Our healthcare education initiative is in its infancy and requires the skills of both established medical and healthcare professionals and those who are interested in teaching basic first-aid and personal hygiene. This need for having project participants on either end of the medical spectrum arises due to the great extremes in hygiene and health practices. Apart from needing qualified professionals in order to conduct health camps and dental checkups, we also need participants who can educate people in the areas of basic first-aid and personal hygiene such as washing hands, brushing teeth and general cleanliness. This works towards the prevention of many avoidable health problems and easily communicable diseases.

If you are interested in education and simple hygiene techniques, you are welcome to join the newly established Healthcare Education project. Medical professionals who can offer guidance on the project’s development would be immensely valuable, however, it is not imperative that participants have a medical background to join. As a participant of this project, you can support to run healthcare campaigns in local schools around Ubud, actively teach the importance of basic hygiene – emphasize brushing teeth correctly, washing hands and general body cleanliness. Many of the daily routines that we carry out without thinking are not common practices with the children you will meet, but starting simple education early can go a long way for immediate and future healthcare. If you have a medical background, check-up clinics for local children and adults can be organized with your help.

The action plan will be confirmed again every Friday.

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Aims & Objectives

The aim and objective are to work towards the prevention of many avoidable health problems and easily communicable diseases.

Schedule

Monday
On the first day of your project which falls on a Monday, you will attend a meeting with the Medical Officer after your breakfast to understand about the nature of the health issues and to get a short training where you will learn what is required to be done. After the meeting, you can prepare for the activities until lunchtime. After lunch, you will visit a local school where you will be able to organize the activities you have planned in an interesting way so that the children will learn from you easily. Once you return from school, you can share your feedback and experiences with us and call it a day.

On this project, you will be spending about one to two hours each morning preparing lessons and about two to three hours in the afternoon teaching at a local elementary or high school/university. It is entirely up to you to decide what you are going to teach. However, we will provide you with examples of what previous participants have done and that will be helpful for you to start with.

Tuesday to Friday
From Tuesday to Friday, you will prepare the daily activities after having breakfast. You will leave to the allocated schools/ projects after having a delicious meal for lunch. Once you go to your project location, you can then engage with the local children in teaching them on first-aid, hygiene and personal care. You can prepare the activities in an attractive manner so that the children would be engaged in the activities easily.

This schedule can be changed and/or amended depending on weather conditions, local conditions and unforeseen circumstances.

Bali Construction and Renovation

If you like to participate in construction activities to make a positive difference in the lives of communities, this is the ideal program for you!

This project supports small village communities in and around Ubud. It aims to build and renovate buildings that are essential for the growth and development of the local community. Schools, playgrounds and public libraries are some of the places where your time and effort would make a difference to the local communities and their living conditions.

In this program, you would be participating in laying bricks, doing carpentry, painting, laying tiles and landscaping/gardening. A local coordinator will provide guidance and training alongside local families.

Through participating in this social project, you will make a difference to the local community by helping in improving their living conditions. You would be in an artistic and relaxed environment where you are in charge of renovating and creating drawings and paintings in several kindergartens and primary schools around Ubud. This activity is fun and it would support your creativity during the process.

For all programs, it is imperative to remember that any money raised to help your project when you arrive in Bali will be very well received. Often it is hard for the participants to take too many supplies due to limitations on baggage weight but remember that Bali has some very developed shopping centers where supplies can be bought once you have arrived in the country. This is our recommended and preferred way to contribute to the program. Not only does it mean you do not have to cart the supplies on the plane with you, it means any money you spend will be invested back into the Bali economy.

Keep in mind that the program aims to support the local communities and therefore can tasks can change depending on what is most necessary/helpful.

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Aims & Objectives

It aims to build and renovate buildings that are essential for the growth and development of the local community.

Schedule

Monday
On Monday, after breakfast, you would start planning the project with the coordinator assigned to you. After planning and receiving the relevant information, you can have lunch. After lunch, you will leave to your assigned community location. Once your time at the location ends, you can then return to the Center and attend a meeting where you can provide feedback regarding the first day at your placement.

Tuesday to Friday
You will have some free time after you have your breakfast. After lunch, you will leave for your assigned community location where you will be able to do numerous construction and renovation activities which would truly leave a positive impact over the communities in need.

This schedule can be changed and/or amended depending on weather conditions, local conditions and unforeseen circumstances.

Bali Turtle Conservation & Rehabilitation

The Turtle Conservation project is located on the charming island of Nusa Penida. Work alongside a local team and help protect the endangered sea turtles of Indonesia.

Through this program, you will contribute to protect the turtle population in Nusa Penida by working at our turtle conservation center. Depending on the time of the year (turtles do not nest all year round), you may be identifying turtle species, collecting eggs, monitoring nests or seeing hatchlings get safely to sea.

Turtle Conservation project is located on the charming island of Nusa Penida, which is a 45-minute speedboat ride from mainland Bali. The project is in its early stage and you will work alongside a local team and help protect the endangered sea turtles of Indonesia. You will contribute to conserve the turtles by working at our turtle conservation center. Depending on the time of the year since turtles do not nest all year round, you may be identifying turtle species, collecting eggs, monitoring nests or seeing hatchlings get safely to sea.

You must be prepared for a more basic standard of living on the island, with fewer shops and attractions available (bearing in mind the beach is practically at your doorstep)!

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Aims & Objectives

Protecting and promoting the conservation of marine turtles.

Schedule

Sunday
Welcome the new arrivals. You will have lunch and receive a short introduction on the beach to familiarize yourself to this new exciting setting. After that, you will get to know more about Nusa Penida, about the supermarket, ATM etc.

Monday
After having breakfast, you will see a presentation about the Turtle Conservation project and also receive a project briefing which will help you to understand the dos and don’ts at the project. After that you will engage in the typical activities you are supposed to do throughout the week such as feeding the turtles, cleaning the tanks, catching live food for turtles and also cleaning the beach. In the evening, you will then see a documentary about Turtles which will help you to widen your knowledge about these amazing creatures.

Tuesday
After having breakfast on Tuesday, you will start cleaning the tanks, feeding the turtles and collecting seaweed and live food for turtles. In addition, you will also create turtle toys, clean the beach and provide medicine for injured turtles if there are any.

Wednesday
After having breakfast on Wednesday, you will start cleaning the tanks, feeding the turtles and collecting seaweed and live food for turtles. In addition, you will also create turtle toys and provide medicine for injured turtles if there are any.

In the evening, you will then engage in some sports activities at the beach where you will play either volleyball, badminton or football.

Thursday
On Thursday, you will have breakfast and start cleaning tanks, feeding the turtles and collecting seaweed. you will also create turtle toys and provide medicine for injured turtles if there are any.

On either, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday you will visit an amazing location called the Crystal Bay which has a breathtaking view. Your local coordinators will decide the day in which you visit this exotic location.

Thursday night will be a special one for you to enjoy the welcome and farewell dinner by a Bonfire at the beach. This would be a great opportunity to get to know the newcomers and say goodbye for those who are leaving.

Friday
On Friday, after having breakfast, you will feed the turtles and get an amazing opportunity to release turtles into the sea. But please do understand that this opportunity is only if you are leaving the program this week. If you continue another week at the project, you will engage in the regular activities at the turtle conservation center. For those who are leaving the program, there would also be a feedback session regarding the program. After having lunch, you all can engage in activities such as feeding the turtles, cleaning tanks and measuring the turtle growth.

Other activities you would engage are as below:

  • Cleaning the beach
  • Making garbage bins for the local area
  • Creating a Turtles/Environment campaign for the local area
  • Releasing injured turtles after treatment and clean private beach
  • Turtles site construction work: such as extra turtle tank or wall, painting the walls etc.
  • Collecting turtle information such as length of carapace, size of flippers, checking its weight etc.

This schedule can be changed and/or amended depending on weather conditions, local conditions and unforeseen circumstances.

Bali Adventure Week

We highly recommend the Bali Adventure program on your Bali trip! The Bali Adventure week is the perfect way to experience the adventurous side of this beautiful little island.

Go on a cycle tour, visit an active volcano, tread into spice plantations and rice fields, hike into the mountains and take part in Turtle conservation. The program will unleash the adventure in you.

This action-packed week begins by visiting the site of an active volcano – Kintamani. The first activity of the week involves a bicycle tour offering you a magnificent view of Mt. Batur and the surrounding landscape and takes you through spice plantations and rice fields. On the next day of the adventure, you will be spending the day at a Southern Bali beach and visiting the Turtle Conservation Village. Days 3 and 4 involve rafting down the beautiful Ayung river and a hike at sunrise up Mt. Batur. The last planned activity for the week is a relaxing Balinese massage which will relieve you of any aches and pains from the active week so the only thing you take back with you would be the wonderful memories you collected along the week.

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Aims & Objectives

To show the best Bali has to offer through an adventure filled with fun and varied activities.

Schedule

Monday
On Monday, a cycling tour will be organized to visit the volcano area of Kintamani, where we will enjoy the gorgeous landscape of Batur Mountain and spice plantations. Afterwards, we’ll set off to explore rice fields. Breakfast and lunch will happen during the tour.

Tuesday
After breakfast on Tuesday, you will go on a tour to explore Southern Bali and also visit Jimbaran Beach and Turtle conservation site in Sanur. After the visit, you will have lunch and the evening can be spent in any way you wish.

Wednesday
Wednesday would be more adventurous as you will go on rafting at Ayung River after breakfast. During this tour, you will have your lunch during the break that is provided to you. At 18:00 Goodbye dinner.

Thursday
Today would be even more exciting as you will be trekking up a volcano in the early morning to see the sunrise and have your breakfast there. Once you come back to the accommodation, you will have lunch and relax throughout the day as you will feel more tired due to your early morning trip.

Friday
On Friday, you will enjoy a Balinese massage after breakfast to get rid of all the pains that you have gained throughout your adventure program. After the massage, you will only have to relax and recollect all the good memories you gained during your stay at Bali.

This schedule can be changed and/or amended depending on weather conditions, local conditions and unforeseen circumstances.

Yoga & Meditation Week

Many people travel the world to experience Bali as they believe it is a unique place for reflection and contemplation. In fact, they take this a step further and say Ubud is a sanctuary within Bali, an idyllic environment in which you can experience true tranquility.

Thus, this program shall help you to get rid of stress, anxiety and physical ailments by engaging in Yoga and Meditation.

Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word “Yog” which means Union. Thus yoga means the union of mind and body. There is more to yoga than physical exercises, learn about the different paths of yoga, do’s and don’ts, postures, breathing techniques, and meditation to free you from stress, anxiety, and physical ailments. During this week, practice and learn from our experts, the healing techniques of Yoga and Meditation to have a healthy body and sound mind.

Meditation is the art of focusing your mind, restraining your thoughts and looking deep into yourself. Practicing it can give you a better understanding of your purpose in life and of the divine, as well as provide you with certain physical and mental health benefits.

Whatever your experience at yoga and meditation, Ubud has so much to offer, from learning some basic yoga and Bali meditation to relaxing your body and mind. And body to courses for more experienced practitioners.

Whilst you can sandwich in a session or two into one of our programs and if that is all that time permits, then fine, but ideally, if you can, please experience one of our Yoga and Meditation weeks, you will be pleased that you did.

Many people travel the world to be in Bali as they believe it is a unique place for reflection and contemplation and we fully agree with them. In fact, they take this a step further and say Ubud is a sanctuary within Bali, an idyllic environment in which you can experience true tranquility. You have probably traveled halfway around the world to be here, a journey taken to help others through one of our many projects and we would encourage you not to lose this opportunity to rejuvenate yourself.

If you have the time to take this extra Yoga and Meditation week, do it, what you learn in the week you may take away from Bali and practice for the rest of your days.

The physical and mental benefits received from this program are enormous if practiced in daily life. In general, the practice of yoga, meditation, and Spa will help bring down stress, relieve physical ailments, boost physical strength, stamina and flexibility, boost impulse control and bestow great skill in concentration and self-control. They also enhance mental clarity and boost the functioning of the immune system while improving overall blood circulation and results in healthy glowing skin and in making you feel younger. Meditation itself will help infuse a sense of balance and help bestow peace of mind and a more positive and peaceful outlook on life.

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Aims & Objectives

The yoga principle stretches further than just physical exercises. It teaches different paths of yoga, postures, breathing techniques and meditation to liberate yourself from stress, anxiety, and physical ailments.

Schedule

Monday
On Monday, you will wake up early to practice yoga and meditation while getting an introduction to these two concepts. After the introduction, you will get a short break to eat some fresh fruits and drink tea. Then you will have breakfast and relax a little until lunch time. After lunch and some free time to chill, you will start afternoon yoga and meditation sessions. In the evening, you will once again get a break and enjoy some fresh fruits with tea.

Tuesday to Friday
From Tuesday to Friday, you will follow the same routine through which you can get more training in yoga and meditation. You will start the morning with a yoga and meditation session. After the morning session, you will get a break to enjoy some fresh fruits and tea. After breakfast, you will get some free time where you can relax further and make your body and mind ready for the afternoon yoga and meditation session. After lunch followed by some free time, you will then commence the afternoon yoga and meditation session. The session would end followed by the serving of some fresh fruits and tea. The free time is all yours to get rid of your busy lifestyle and to enjoy the tranquility you obtained from yoga and meditation.

This schedule can be changed and/or amended depending on weather conditions, local conditions and unforeseen circumstances.

Prices

1 Week: 645 Euro
2 Weeks: 799 Euro
3 Weeks: 999 Euro
4 Weeks: 1199 Euro
+1 Week: 199 Euro

* For the construction project there is an extra fee of 35 Euro per week
** For the yoga week and the turtle project there is an extra fee of 145 Euro per week
*** For the adventure week there is an extra fee of 175 Euro per week

The turtle project is for minimum 2 weeks

Our base prices are in Euro, but you can pay in Euro, US$ and Pounds. The prices will be at the currency exchange rate from the Euro at the time of payment. Click here to check the prices in your currency.

With us there are NO Registration Fees, NO administration fees, and you can easily combine the different projects

EN 50 euro discount

What’s included:
Volunteer program
Accommodation (shared room)
Meals
24/7 in-country support
In-country program orientation
Pre-departure support
Airport pick-up

Not included:
A 5% international banking fee is added
Visa, flights, travel insurance, vaccinations, criminal background check, Covid tests (if required), transport to your volunteer project and back to the accommodation, return trip to the airport

Requirements to join:
Volunteers need to be minimum 18 years old
Volunteers are required to provide a criminal background check
Volunteers are required to have volunteer travel insurance
Volunteers might need to have a Covid test done before departure (we will inform you of this)

Book your place in 3 steps :

1. Apply: Fill out the Application Form (click below) and we will let you know if you are accepted within 24 hours.
2. Deposit: Once accepted you pay your deposit (200 Euro) to reserve you place in the program.
3. Remaining Fees: You pay the remaining fees of your program, minus the deposit which you already paid, six weeks before your start date of your program.