Volunteer programs in Vietnam
What better way to get to know a country than to volunteer in Vietnam, help and get to know all the beauties that a volunteer destination like Vietnam offers you at the same time?
Volunteering in Vietnam is the perfect combination for that trip you’re looking for. Its delicious food, famous beaches and stunning rivers, all that and more in this slim country on the east coast of Asia. You will have the perfect opportunity to meet and share with the people, communities, children and youth of the project and country.
Teaching and care of childrens in Vietnam
Jobs with women and youth in Vietnam
Animal protection in Vietnam
Requirements to a volunteering in Vietnam?
Where will I be during my volunteering in Vietnam?
When can i collaborate in the volunteer projects in Vietnam?
Arrival at your destination
We pick you up at the Tan Son Nhat International Airport which is located in the most developed city Ho Chi Minh, where you will be taken to the accommodation and according to the arrival time you will be inducted into the project and volunteer destination.
No vaccine is mandatory, except for travelers from countries where the disease is present. You will be asked to have the yellow fever vaccine and primer. These are usually travelers coming from jungle areas in Africa and Latin America.
Some recommended vaccines for your trip to Vietnam are:
- Hepatitis A and B
- Typhoid fever
- Japanese encephalitis
Visa to enter Vietnam
For travelers from Europe such as Spain, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom, you can apply for a visa for 3 months.
The requirements to obtain the visa are:
- Have a passport with at least 6 months of validity.
- A passport photo.
- Fill out a form with your data.
- Pay the fee for the visa, which can range between 30 and 60 euros depending on how, where and for how long you will need it.
Safety in Vietnam
In general, Vietnam is considered a fairly safe country, especially in its tourist areas, but we recommend that you keep these tips in mind:
- Notify your coordinator if you take any excursions or tours.
- Have the phone numbers of your coordinator and the address of where you are staying.
- Avoid giving information about the place where you are staying, the project and your colleagues (volunteers).
- Avoid bringing anyone who is not from the organization to the volunteer’s home.
- Do not go to risky areas in every place you visit.
- Travel in austerity in your daily commute and in your excursions, do not show your things.
- If you can, avoid taking your mobile phone out in public places.
- Try to use the country’s safe transportation services.
- Avoid walking alone on unfamiliar streets.
- Do not drink anything that you do not know the origin of.
Accommodation in family houses
Volunteers who collaborate in volunteer projects in Vietnam live in houses of families selected by the organization.
What does your accommodation include in the Volunteering in Vietnam?
- Bunk bed, in a room shared with other volunteers.
- Use of common areas.
- Meals during your volunteering.
- WIFI connection (internet).
The contribution in projects volunteer in Vietnam for a period of 14 days is €
What am I paying for the volunteering in Vietnam?
- Welcome and transfer to accommodation.
- Accommodation during your volunteer stay.
- 3 meals during your volunteering.
- 24/7 support from the Adventure Volunteer team.
- Monitoring and evaluation of the program.
- Orientation and induction to the project.
- Certificate of weeks completed in your volunteering.
- Receipt from NGO about your program fee.
- Guide, advice and management in choosing the program.
- RC and accident insurance.
- Volunteer shirt.
What is not included in the volunteering in Vietnam?
- Flight to Vietnam.
- Return to the airport on the last day.
- Visa, if necessary.
- Internal transportation or excursions.
- Travel within or outside the country.
- Travel insurance (mandatory).
- Drinks, diets and special meals.
- Bottled water.
We remind you that the value of the donation can be deducted from the full amount of your personal income tax, limit 10% of the taxable base.
- Donations up to € 150: (donation equal to or less than € 150), the deduction will be 80%
- Donations greater than € 150: (donation greater than € 150), it will be 35% and 40% if it is made for more than 3 years followed by the same value or greater than the same association.
NOTE: In income tax there is a deduction for donations made to non-profit entities of Law 49/2002, of December 23. established in Arts. 68.3, 69.1 Personal Income Tax Law and 69.2 Regulations. Royal Decree-Law 17/2020, of May 5. (Returns are made in the year following payment). As a donation, the € 150 initially contributed cannot be returned.