Help out and collaborate with your host only a few hours per week.
Organize and teach different sports and activities.
Give language lessons to guests or local community.
This host charges a fee in addition to the cost of the Worldpackers annual plan.Learn more
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.
Hop on my bike, baby! Free to use bicycles.
No worries! Get a free ride to get to our place.
Learn or improve your language skills.
Get a certificate of completion after you finish your experience.
Worldpackers team will guide and advise you before, during and after your trip.
Every host in the community is checked and approved by our team.
Did something not go as planned? Contact our team.Learn more
Be part of a Vietnamese family! Learn Vietnamese, immerse yourself in a different culture, enjoy home-made Vietnamese cuisine, and even save some money. Not only will you have someone to help you make the adjustment into a foreign country, but you will see the genuine beauty of Vietnam and its people, which will make the world seem much more inviting.Learn more
Volunteers that will stay with us for 1 month or more do not need to pay anything. But for those who are staying for less than a month, it's needed to pay 5 dollars per day for airport pick-up, internet connectivity and two meals per day (We do not supply breakfast).
Over 18 years old
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Dung and his family are nice, kind and generous people. All of them and the other volunteers made my experience great in Hanoi. The family have this huge ability to help and a big heart. They were amazing with me since the first day and it made me feel comfortable. I enjoyed my work, it was challenging and I liked my classes with the kids (3 to 14 years old). I guess the project needs to be more organized (sometimes) but it worked well for me. I was able to relax and have free time to do my own things. Although the cold weather, I felt at home all the time and I had a lot of fun! Best wishes!
Mr Dung and his family are really nice. They help ou if you need help for anything
However it is really deseorganised.
You don't have a schedule. You are alone for the class. You don't know how many student you have , what was the last lesson...
Sometimes I supposed to work at 9 and I received a message at 11 he will not come.
I think Yepvin need to be really more organise.
Don't go.This is not an honest organisation. I feel used, cheated,sad and angry.
The children in here are paying for the english classes, not the kind of NGO you have in your mind. I know this bec an assitant for the classes told me. In my application it was said that the classes were free for the children,but in the other programs that Dung has, it is said that maybe they pay a little, so it is not clear at all because I signed that they don't pay. Maybe the family is not taking profit of this money, but I don't believe that, we will need to do a research to be sure. Write to me to know more
Very good experience! The house is comfortable, good food and people are very friendly. You can meet volunteers from all over the world and sharing many experiences with them. You also can visit different places of the north of Vietnam in your free days. Sometimes it can be a bit disorganized but I'm sure that with the new ideas it could be better. I definitely recommend it!
Our programs focus on education, social integration, and personal, family and community development. CCHD has developed contacts throughout Vietnam where help and education are not only needed, but deeply desired. Volunteers who team-up with CCHD will be provided with all the necessary support they need as they provide life-changing services to the Vietnamese people. It is our belief that volunteers who share the same passion for learning, ...About the host