Program Details

Program Highlights:

  • Accomplish a good deed while enjoying the beauty of mother nature

  • Promote sustainable, positive cultural exchange

  • Discover a new culture and its traditions

  • Assist in the village while respecting their way of life

  • Visit local markets, Temples and more


On this program volunteers will accomplish a good deed while enjoying the beauty of mother nature and gaining a better understanding of the culture and lifestyles of the residents in different parts of the world. Above all, these trips can provide you with brand new experiences that no other holidays can give and help you understand yourself better while doing something good and making friends from other parts of the world. It will be a truly fulfilling travel! 

Aim & Objective

The aim is to help the underprivileged communities by providing the necessary assistance we can afford to residents living in the remote, hard-to-reach mountainous regions of Northern Thailand by delivering daily necessities and medical supplies to them as part of our humanitarian efforts is a far-cry from the usual luxurious holidays.

Program Description

This project provides the opportunity to volunteer for the of rural Northern Thailand. As a volunteer, you will experience and learn about their unique culture and traditions. The objective of the program is to support the tribal way of life while promoting sustainable cultural exchange between the local community and the international volunteers.

Typical Day

Thursday Arrival & pick-up from Chiang Mai International Airport, check in to accommodation for a night in Chiang Mai City.

Friday - Monday After breakfast, volunteers will be traveling by 4X4 (4WD) vehicles to the Northern parts of Thailand. Different teams will be visiting different assigned locations and as the travel time is greatly dependent on the travel conditions, therefore it is very difficult to estimate the travel time or the estimate arrival time. As such there is no fixed itinerary for these 4 days. Certain tribes and schools which are only accessible on foot or by boats. Safety is our first priority, volunteers must come with an open mind and must also be prepared for last minute change of locations caused by bad weather or road conditions.  Monday evening, volunteers will be back to Chiang Mai City at around 5 pm, relax and enjoy the beautiful night in this awesome city.

Tuesday Volunteers will join a city tour in Chiang Mai with the team. The tour include visits to local market, ancient temple and learn about this beautiful historical city. Followed by a farewell dinner.

Wednesday Departure.

Starting Dates
2019: Jan 24th, Feb 21st, Mar 21st, Apr 18th, May 23rd, Jun 20th, Jul 18th, Aug 22nd, Sep 19th, Oct 10th, Nov 19th, Dec 26th. Please note advance reservation of 1 month required.

Group between 4 and 8 participants are welcome with flexibility of any start dates. Please note advance reservation of 2 months required.

Minimum 1 week and maximum 1 week, non extendable.

Participant Criteria & Requirements
Standard Requirements
Minimum age: 17
Maximum age: -
Minimum English level: Basic
CRB required: Yes
Passport copy required: On Signup
Resume copy required: On Signup
Required qualification: Nil

Fitness Requirement
Good physical level. 

What is included:

  • Airport pick-up

  • Accommodation, dorm or hostel, tents or local homestay

  • 24/7 in country emergency support

  • Dedicated project coordinator

  • Volunteer placement

  • 11 Meals

What's excluded:

  • Flight

  • Insurance

  • Airport drop-off at conclusion of the project

  • Visa

  • Spending money for additional activities

Location and Arrival Airport

Thailand - Chiang Mai

Arrival Airport: Chiang Mai International Airport (IATA Code: CNX)

Pickup Point:  Chiang Mai International Airport

Country Info

Thailand officially the Kingdom of Thailand and formerly known as Siam. A Friendly and fun-loving cultured and historic Thailand radiates a golden hue from its glittering temples and tropical beaches through to the ever-comforting Thai smile. The celestial world is a close confidant in this Buddhist nation and religious devotion is colourful and ubiquitous. Gleaming temples and golden Buddhas frame both the rural and the modern landscape. Ancient banyan trees are ceremoniously wrapped in sacred cloth to honour the resident spirits fortune-bringing shrines decorate humble homes as well as monumental malls while garland-festooned dashboards ward off traffic accidents. Visitors can join the conversation through meditation retreats in Chiang Mai religious festivals in northeastern Thailand underground cave shrines in Kanchanaburi and Phetchaburi and hilltop temples in northern Thailand.

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Thai Humanitarian Aid

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