Bali is not just another exotic holiday destination, but also a place where you can spend ample time during your gap year and volunteer for the underprivileged folks of Balinese society as well as contribute towards the sustainability of nature. For all those millennials who have been eager to visit this tropical land can now choose to take a volunteering trip and work with children under Teaching Project, Kindergarten Project or be a part of the Marine and Coastal Reef Conservation Project.
- Programs in Bali are available throughout the year
- Programs available in Ubud & Tianyar
- Minimum age to join a program is 17 years and above
- Programs are available for a minimum of 2 weeks to maximum 24 weeks
- Perfectly customization options for students joining in groups as well as gap year travelers
- Immense international work exposure and first-hand learning experience
- Volunteering opportunities to make a meaningful difference in the lives of the underprivileged ones
- Learn more about Balinese culture, festivals, and cuisines
- Opportunity to become a responsible traveler
- Certificate of Completion after the program ends
A lush island paradise in the country of Indonesia, Bali has off late become one of the most fascinating destinations in Southeast Asia, for gap year students as well as travelers from all across the world. The natural beauty of the place is something that often becomes too hard to be put to words – with its gorgeous beaches, colorful coral reefs, vast stretches of rice fields, and forested volcanic mountains, Bali will surely make a place in your heart. Bali is also popular for yoga and meditation retreats as well as culinary delights. So what are you waiting for?
Volunteering Solutions will ensure that you get to experience the best that the country has in store for you and can contribute effectively towards change. The following are the most popular programs in Bali that you can opt for:
Kindergarten Program – This is your chance to work with kids who belong to the underprivileged sections of the society and their parents aren’t always able to provide them with the love and care that they deserve at this tender age. As a volunteer, you’ll have to provide them with adequate warmth and care, and also assist the caregivers and teachers in their daily chores.
Teaching Program – Be a part of this project and work in the learning centers, teaching kids from age 6 to 12 years old. The best method would be to teach them through activities, and you can also guide the local teaching staff in planning their daily lessons. English & Maths are the main subjects to be focused on, but you can teach them other subjects as well as co-curricular activities.
Marine & Coral Reef Conservation Program – As a volunteer, you will get to work with LINI (The Indonesian Nature Foundation) to build artificial reef structures such as fish domes. You’ll get to dive deep and get closer to the world under water, protect them from environmental as well as human hazards and learn to be a more responsible traveler.