Volunteer in Thailand

Volunteer Vacations and Service Learning Projects in Thailand

Volunteer Fees

We save you the time, effort and money to organise your volunteer placement yourself.
We organise and run facilities for your placement, which requires time, knowledge and resources.
And – we are available, if you have problems.

Please compare what a holiday in Thailand would cost you with our fees and take into account the numerous experiences you will get for free.

We work with projects which do not have the resources to finance your stay or do their own recruiting of international volunteers and without your fees they would not be able to get volunteers.
We help them finding international volunteers and manage the volunteer placements. By matching your abilities with the needs of a project both parties will benefit.

After you send in the application and we have found a volunteer placement for you, we will send you an invoice and payment information. The deposit is 200 Euro and should be paid as soon as you are sure you’d like to join to secure your placement. If for any reason you need to cancel the application fee is non-refundable because we have to make financial commitments on your behalf before you arrive.

The volunteer fee depends on your length of stay. The information is listed below.

Duration of stay Fees in Euro*
1week 250
2 weeks 350
3 weeks 390
4 weeks 480
5 weeks 525
6 weeks 570
8 weeks 720
10 weeks 750
12 weeks 840
24 weeks 1200
Additional week 50

Our fees include
  • orientation and information about local customs and culture,
  • a prearranged accommodation,
  • travels within the project and
  • support in Thailand before and during your stay with us.
In many projects you will get one meal at no extra cost for you.
Not included are costs for
  • your travel to Thailand,
  • transport to the placement,
  • visa,
  • health and travel insurance,
  • food and personal expenses.

We know that some other organizations ask the schools to provide housing, transport or food for their volunteers. This cuts costs for the organization, but the really poor schools would not be able to get volunteers, because they just can not afford it.