Affordable Volunteer Programs in Thailand from $320

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Join IVHQ and volunteer abroad in Thailand! Highly affordable programs are available for anywhere from 1 week to 12 weeks. Based in Chiang Rai, the northernmost province of Thailand, which is renowned for its beautiful mountain scenery and historic sites. Volunteers can assist on a range of community-driven projects and are accommodated on-site at our partner organization’s headquarters in Chiang Rai.

IVHQ Volunteer Programs available in Thailand:

  • Teaching English
  • Outdoor Work

Highlights

  • Programs available year-round, starting on the first and third Monday of every month
  • Program fees include airport pick-up, orientation, accommodation, meals and 24/7 in-country support
  • Highly affordable program fees from $320 for 1 week
  • Community-driven projects focused on supporting local needs and delivering sustainable positive impacts
  • Superior support services both pre-departure and while volunteering
  • Free online volunteer training for all IVHQ volunteers
  • Between 5 and 15 volunteers start in Thailand each month
  • Weekends are free to explore Thailand with fellow volunteers - visit the capital of Northern Thailand, Chiang Mai, or go trekking.

Questions & Answers

Hi Tyana, Yes, this program is suitable for vegans along with other dietary requirements. We would recommend that you supplement the meals we offer with your own food, as there wouldn't be a huge amount of choice/variation. Jordan McFadyen IVHQ Community Manager
18 years or over to participate. If you are under 18 , you would need to volunteering with a parent or guardian.
$500 including housing. Hope this helps!

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  • Impact 8.6
  • Support 9.3
  • Fun 9.1
  • Value 9.3
  • Safety 9.6
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skygazing
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Get ready to have your life changed

I only had the time off work to volunteer for a week, but it was so worthwhile. Doing the outdoor program for such a short period usually means you won't have an opportunity to do a homestay, but somehow the week I was there we not only went out for a 5 night homestay with a local hill tribe, we were there for the beginning of their traditional New Year celebrations. I had the opportunity to get to know some wonderful volunteers from around the world, dig rice fields, live without the internet or phones much less electricity for a week. It was hard, yes. But it was also one of the best weeks of my life. I can't wait to go back to Thailand.

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