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Vietnam - Volunteering, Backpacking, adventure, Fully Supported! - CLOSED
90% Rating
(2 Reviews)

Vietnam - Volunteering, Backpacking, adventure, Fully Supported! - CLOSED

This program is no longer offered. View more programs from Oggy Oggy Team.

Come and make a difference as volunteer on our ethical programs, from 1 week on wards.
Or
Mix and match with our backpacking adventures.

We have a full range of exotic locations and amazing programs across Vietnam, all of which we can tailor with you to help you have your dream trip. You will be staying in our partners’ safe accommodation with other international volunteers, which is a great way to meet like-minded people. Our English speaking local staff are always there to help you feel at home.

Volunteer programs:

Orphanage Care
Special Needs Care
Teaching

Backpacking Programs:

Introduction to Vietnam

Come and see our website for full details.

Locations
Asia » Vietnam
Length
1-2 Weeks
2-4 Weeks
1-3 Months
3-6 Months
6-12 Months
Language
English
Housing
Guesthouse
Host Family
Hostel
Currency
USD
Price Details
What’s included:

Airport picks ups (on Sundays)
Safe Accommodation and meals
All the advantages of being an Oggy Oggy Team member
Full support from the Oggy Oggy Team in the UK
Full pre-departure information, including travel advice, training advice and handy hints from Oggy Oggy Team members who have been before
Full training and preparation by the Oggy Oggy Teams in-country partners
Full support from the Oggy Oggy Team in-country partners
24/7 Support from the Oggy Oggy Team in-country partners
24/7 Emergency support from the UK Oggy Oggy Team
Fully trained English speaking local staff
Project donations and materials
Volunteer program donation
Information PDF handbooks
100% financial protection
Administration costs
24 hour on call staff
Local transport
Full support
Wi-Fi

Questions & Answers

Program Reviews

  • Impact
    85%
  • Support
    85%
  • Fun
    90%
  • Value
    80%
  • Safety
    90%

Program Reviews (2)

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Chris
Female
67 years old
Helston

My time in the soup kitchen

10/10

One of my lifelong aims was to visit Vietnam and now I am retired I found the perfect opportunity
through the Oggy Oggy Team. I thought it was just for young people, but how wrong I was! The team talked me through all I needed to know and I felt very reassured as I so wanted to do some
volunteering and be part of a useful project. The idea of working in a soup kitchen really
appealed to me and you don't need masses of qualifications for it! The team organised everything for me and when I arrived I was met at the airport and made to feel very welcome
and all my fears and anxieties just disappeared. From then on I had such a wonderful time and the first week where you are introduced to the culture, local customs, history and sightseeing was
so helpful and helps to ease you into a new and exciting way of life.
The food kitchen was great fun, very manic, but you feel that you are doing something really
worthwhile and the cuisine was very interesting. In the accommodation I hadn't shared a dorm
since school days but it was such a lively mix of different nationalities - it just opens up a whole new world. I can't recommend this enough.

How can this program be improved?

I was really happy with everything.

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Kathryn
Female
18 years old
London

Vietnam teaching prog

8/10

Where to start with Vietnam. Amazing country, and even more amazing people.
The college where I was volunteering was walking distance from the accommodation, so not difficult to get to every day. The students were so keen to learn English from a 'proper English Lady'. First time I've been called that for a little while. For the first couple of days, I helped the teacher with reading and conversation, then as I gained a bit of confidence, he encouraged me to design my own interactive exercise, which was great and had all the students laughing. When class was over, they all wanted to stay afterwards and practice their English. The accommodation was reasonably basic, but I met lots of other volunteers from other countries who were doing all sorts of different activities. It was great to swop stories at the end of the day. Just a pity there's no beer allowed in the dorm, but we found a couple of lively bars ( recommended by the hostel staff) where there was plenty of action going on.
Great value for somebody like me on a teeny budget. Would definitely do a longer programme next time and travel out of the city.

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