Help out and collaborate with your host only a few hours per week.
Help the local community.
Give language lessons to guests or local community.
Have some time off for yourself, go explore the city or rest for a while.
Be ready to meet people while staying in a shared dorm.
Free lunch is served y'all, get yours!
Have your free dinner before going to bed.
There's a special place where all the clothes get cleaned for free.
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When you come to the center of disabled or orphans children in my country or even your country, I am sure that you will realize one thing, you're really lucky to be born intact, and there are ones loving family that always beside you. When playing with them, sharing and understanding their situations, you recognize the value of empathy, the value of loving family. You will live more responsibly with yourself .Learn more
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I had a very nice experience staying at Dung's family, he and his family are very friendly and kind :)
I did the volunteering program outside Hanoi and had different classes from kindergarden to teenagers which I really like it because I felt I had the complete experience of teaching and being creative in each group class. Also there were more volunteers from different countries which whom you can share on your free time. Generally, there is a good atmosphere in the house and the program! I def recomment it.
I spent four months at Dung‘s family and I really liked it! Dung is really nice and he took good care of me during my whole stay.
What I like a lot about the project is that you have many options. I spent six weeks in Halong Bay, teaching at a language center and the rest of the time in Hanoi with Dung and his family, and there are even more options than these.
I have to admit that the classes in Hanoi weren’t as organized as expected them to be, but this way I learned to improvise and to be flexible. I really enjoyed staying with Dung and his family and I would definitely recommend it!
Fui un mes para ayudar con las redes sociales y estoy pensando de quedarme más tiempo aquí en Vietnam. Una experiencia inolvidable, he conocido a gente súper maja de todo el mundo. Y Dung es muy flexible y siempre dispuesto a hacer lo que esté en su mano para facilitar la combinación viaje + voluntariado. En breve me voy de ruta a otros países del sureste asiático, y sin duda volveré!
I recommend this place 100%, I stayed here 3 weeks and I enjoyed every day, the work is ok, maybe they need a little bit more organisation, but you can deal with the classes.
Dung is an excellent host, he is always pending of you. The food is really good and you can meet a lot of people.
Teaching here was the best experience in my live.
My experience here was good and bad. I love the family and really felt like a part of the house and its occupants. Lunch and Dinner with the family was tasty and a great time to talk about the area. When it comes to teaching, there is no training so learn as you go. Because you are thrown in it can be stressful and overwhelming so be prepared for that. There is not a whole lot of organization so you never know how things will go. The schedule times/locations are 85% correct and the materials/class topics are about 70% correct. Living area good, no heater. It is clean. Bus to town is easy.
Coming with us, you will: • Go to a safe destination, participate in activities with the local people and have time to discover the landscapes and regional cultural features of Vietnam. • Live with the local families and the other Vietnamese and international volunteers, but you will always feel like at your own home. If you want to learn Vietnamese, English, or other languages, then this is a good choice for you. • Have chance to meet the ...About the host