Freiwilligenarbeit auf Bali
Freiwilligenarbeit auf Bali

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Freiwilligenarbeit auf Bali mit Volunteering Solutions, um sinnvolle und erschwingliche Möglichkeiten zu erhalten, aus denen Sie wählen können, darunter Englischunterricht, Kindergarten und Schutz der Meeres- und Küstenriffe.



Bali - Schnelle Fakten

Startdaten : Das ganze Jahr über

Dauer : 1-12 Weeks

Programmstandort : Pemuteran, Serangan & Tianyar

Mindestalter : 17 years+

Zertifikat : Wird nach Abschluss des Programms angeboten


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Währung verwendet : Indonesian Rupiah

Sprache : Indonesian

Reisen Sie am Wochenende nach: Kuta, Tanah Lot and Seminyak

5 Tage Freiwilligenarbeit

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Volunteer in Bali

Werden Sie mit Volunteering Solutions Freiwilliger auf Bali und wählen Sie aus einer Reihe erschwinglicher Freiwilligenprogramme im Ausland auf Bali, darunter Kindergarten, Unterricht, Schutz der Meeres- und Küstenriffe in Tianyar, Schutz der Meeresschildkröten sowie Projekte zum Sporttauchen und zur Wiederherstellung von Korallenriffen. Freiwilligenarbeit auf Bali ist in Pemuteran, Serangan und Tianyar möglich. Die Freiwilligenmöglichkeiten auf Bali sind ideal für Schüler und Studenten sowie Reisende, die ihr Auslandsjahr verbringen. VolSol ist eine der besten Freiwilligenorganisationen auf Bali und wird seit 17 Jahren von Tausenden ehemaligen Freiwilligen geschätzt.


  • 5 sinnvolle und nachhaltige Projektoptionen, die das ganze Jahr über verfügbar sind
  • Inklusive Abholung vom Flughafen, Orientierung, Unterkunft, Mahlzeiten und 24/7-Support im Land
  • Traditionelle Hüttenunterkunft im Bambusstil im Tianyar-Projekt im Norden Balis
  • Projekte in Nord- und Südost-Bali verfügbar
  • Möglichkeit, einen PADI-Tauchkurs zu absolvieren
  • Erkunde und bereise Bali an den Wochenenden mit anderen Freiwilligen

Best Volunteer Opportunities in Bali

Julia and Meia - Volunteer in Kindergarten Program in Bali
"We have had one of the best experiences of our lives in Bali. Bali and this teaching program has given us much more than what we have been able to contribute during this month, learning to value things, live slower and taking advantage of time. We leave very happy and with an immense learning."

Julia and Meia - Volunteer in Kindergarten Program in Bali View

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Weekend Travel Options

Adventures in Bali would never seem to end! One of the most gorgeous islands in Indonesia, you might just fall short of time exploring the beauty of Bali. You can head towards Munduk to witness the gorgeous sunrise, or travel to Baratan Lake in Bedugul, Central Bali. Spend a day exploring the Monkey Forest and then go for a hike up to see the Gitgit Waterfalls. Pay a visit to the Tanah Lot Temple - one of the most gorgeous temples in Bali and get those Insta-worthy shots! In case you are seeking a soothing weekend, then go cycling around the exotic villages of Northern Bali, covering the scenic Jatiluwih rice terraces, with Mt. Batur and Kintamani at its backdrop.

Explore the gorgeous temples over the weekend -Bali has some beautiful temples that you've probably seen several times in photographs, but now is the time to see them in real. Over the weekends, you can visit Tanah Lot Temple, Uluwatu Temple, Besakih Temple etc., and get those postcard-perfect shots!

Spend a day at Bali Safari and Marine Park - This one of the island’s largest and most visited animal theme parks, and you'll have a great time exploring this place which is home to over 80 species, all of which roam free in large enclosures that mimic their natural habitats.

Go parasailing at Tanjung Benoa Beach - If you have 'Try out watersports' added to your Bali bucket list, then make sure to head off to Tanjung Benoa Beach during the weekends and go parasailing! This is one of the safest activities to do in Bali and you can be assured of flying with types of equipment that fulfill the international standards. Apart from parasailing, you can also go for scuba diving or sea walk at Tanjung Benoa.

Spend a day at Ubud Monkey Forest - Having more than 700 monkeys, this place definitely is worth visiting! Well, if not for anything else, then just to enjoy a fun-filled day with these primates. You can marvel at the playfulness of the monkeys swinging from one tree to another and also visit the number of ancient temples which are located inside the forest.

Attend cooking classes- For those who wish to just relax and spend time on the beaches, can hit a cooking class for a few hours over the weekends, and learn how to prepare authentic Balinese cuisines.

If you have anything else in your bucket list or planning to go & explore any of the above-mentioned places, you can simply get in touch with our Travel Experts, who can guide you better in planning your weekend tours. Drop us an email at [email protected] mentioning your choice of weekend adventures, and we shall cater your needs.


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