With the Voluntour in Thailand program we offer you the best of the two worlds: combine the volunteer work with an unforgettable holiday in Thailand. Have fun, explore more of the country, make friends and live some unforgettable experiences.
During four weeks you will travel to four destinations in Thailand. Upon arrival you will spend two nights in Bangkok exploring and taking in the lights of the city. Then, in the following two weeks you will work as a volunteer work at two different volunteer projects. The first volunteer experience will be caring for elephants in Surin, the second a construction project in Sanghklaburi. Finally, you will enjoy two weeks relaxing and partying with friends on a paradise island.
For the first week you will meet and work with the magnificent, gentle elephants living in the manhout village in Surin, immersing yourself in rural culture, taking part in centuries old traditions.
Find the program to volunteer with the elephants in Thailand on IKPVA’s Homepage.
Then you will move on to Sangkhlaburi, working tirelessly and improving the lives of those less fortunate by providing much needed help with vital construction projects.
Finally, we think, you deserve a break on the island of Koh Phangan, a world famous party destination with some of the most beautiful beaches you can imagine! Your final two weeks will be spent with sand between your toes, soaking up the rays by day, and fire shows, delicious cocktails and good friends by night.
All transfers and accommodations are included.
Young children need love. Leopards need shelter A community in Uganda needs water. Since there is help needed in so many cases, put hands on, and make the world a better place. Moreover, volunteering abroad is a form of sustainable tourism, too.
Travel to 15 awsome directions. Iko Poran, a volunteer, non-profit organization in Rio de Janeiro, organizes volunteer trips to 15 countries. Within the destinations are Brazil, South Africa, Uganda, Peru, Nepal and many more.
We would like to Ratner family from Israel who have been volunteering in Uganda and sent us clips from their volunteer trips. On the videos, you can see them dancing and singing with the children and working on the construction of a pit latrine.
Find the testimonial of Ratner Family in Uganda here.