VOLUNTEER IN LAOS
Discover the ancient country of Laos when you volunteer with GVI on critical community development projects throughout the city of Luang Prabang.
Although tourism has picked up in Laos over recent years, it is still one of the poorest countries in the world and is largely an agricultural country. By volunteering in Laos with GVI, you can contribute to sustainable projects that aim to have a long-term impact on the lives of local community members and their futures. With project focuses ranging in marine and wildlife conservation, child care, animal care, health care and teaching, there is something for everyone. Laos is one of the favourite volunteer programs in Asia, click here to see more programs we offer in other Asian countries like India, Nepal or Thailand!
Spend your gap year, career break or volunteering holiday exploring a land rich in culture and ornate temples, as you make a difference teaching English to young Buddhist monks or volunteering with children on a variety of childcare initiatives. Have a look at these 10 Awesome Things To Do In Luang Prabang.
Please note that GVI has a Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection Policy that is implemented on each program. As part of the policy, participants will be required to complete a DPS check, Police Clearance, or a National Background Check where necessary, and to comply by the policy.
WHERE DOES GVI WORK IN LAOS?
If you volunteer in Laos your world will be changed forever, get ready for a spiritual and life changing experience. Our base is in Luang Prabang, a relaxed town located along the Mekong River. The fusion of French and Asian culture and charm make for a wonderful setting to experience a unique culture. Help us increase the quality and access to education, enabling the local people to increase their future employment opportunities and improving quality of life for themselves and their families. The surrounding hills contain traditional villages, waterfalls and other scenic pleasures.
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Scratching that wanderlust itch is the best feeling ever! Discovering new places, going on crazy adventures and meeting interesting people is what keeps us searching for the next unforgettable experience. Travelling to Luang Prabang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, will give you all that and more! We count down our
Volunteers and tourists alike are always eager to visit Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia, but Laos is Southeast Asia’s well-kept secret – with lush green mountains and an abundance of waterfalls, Laos has a fascinating history and is home to incredibly friendly people who will surely make you feel welcome. Whether