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Child Care Project in Bali

Bali, Indonesia
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Trip Code: IDNVCW1
Duration: 2 Weeks - 12 Weeks
From £550 for 2 Weeks + £250 per Week
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Experience the beautiful landscapes and rich culture of Indonesia whilst giving back to the local community on a rewarding Child Care project in Bali. Spend your days playing with and educating enthusiastic young children, aged between 4-5 at a local kindergarten.

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Child Care in Bali

Bali is blessed with tropical shores, lush landscapes and some of the friendliest locals you will ever encounter. It’s laid back way of life is infectious and, despite it’s popularity as a travel destination this exotic island manages to retain all of it’s traditional Asian charm. Set in Bali’s bustling cultural capital, Ubud, this child care project is a fantastic way to experience all that the country has to offer whilst supporting the local community in a positive and sustainable way.

Many families in Bali cannot afford a good standard of education for their children, particularly those from disadvantaged communities that work off the land as farmers or fisherman, despite this Balinese children have a huge thirst for knowledge and are eager meet and learn from new people. Through this project you will therefore have the unique and rewarding opportunity to inspire a new generation of Bali’s children and sow the seeds from which they can benefit for years to come! 

Your Child Care Project in Bali
As a child care volunteer in Bali you will be working alongside friendly, local staff to provide much needed support and care at a local kindergarten. The kindergarten was established in order to provide free education to children from poor communities between the ages of 4-5, allowing them to grow and learn in a positive and stimulating environment. As well as providing children with access to a decent education, the work of the kindergarten also allows parents with young children the chance to gain work during the day in order to provide for their family. 

The children are incredibly welcoming and excited to play and learn, which is due in part to the typically friendly Balinese culture and also to their love of being at the kindergarten. For this project it is important that you enjoy working with children and understand their behaviour as the children have bundles of energy and will be very excited to meet you! 

Your Child Care Project Role
This project gives you the chance to encourage children to learn and grow creatively in a friendly and informal environment. The daily structure of the kindergarten is very relaxed and at such a young age the children are less interested in formally learning and engage more through games and play. Getting the children enthused about coming to school and learning through play is the focus of this project and you will have the chance to teach them basic skills through outdoor activities, crafts and song! 

Furthermore as a Western volunteer you possess language and communication skills that can be extremely beneficial to the children at this age and by providing them with some very basic English phrases, such as simple greetings, you will help to sow the seeds of the English language which they can take through with them to school.

Your Cultural Immersion – Your 1st Week
Your first week will consist of our Bali Cultural Immersion week, which will enlighten you to all the incredible cultural norms that you will encounter during your time on the island. This is an action packed week full of awesome activities, such as cultural excursions to learn about the Balinese culture, as well as adventure activities to show you the lighter side of life on this majestic island. For more info check out the Extra Info tab!

CRB/ DBS (Criminal Records Bureau) Check
Participants must complete a CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) check, or provide a valid CRB certificate in order to be eligible for this trip. Changing Worlds can provide this service for you at an additional cost of £30. For more information on the application 

Child Care Project in Bali 
This project is a fantastic way to immerse yourself in the local Balinese culture, as you spend time on your gap year, career break or summer holiday teaching the local children, you will be embraced by and become an important part of the local community!

Download the Bali Country Info Brochure - Click Here!


Quick Facts

Trip Name
Child Care Project in Bali
Trip Code
Ngurah Rai Airport (DPS)
Minimum Duration
2 Weeks
Maximum Duration
12 Weeks
Minimum Age
Trip Type
Care Work
From £550 for 2 Weeks + £250 per Week
£ 195.00
Preferred Duration
There is no preferred duration but we believe that the longer you can stay the more you will experience and benefit.
Participants must complete a DBS (Criminal Records) check in order to be eligible for this trip. A positive attitude and willingness to get stuck in to the project is essential.
Ideal for
Child Care Volunteer Projects Abroad; Child Care in Indonesia; Child Care in Bali; Gap Year Child Care Project; Career Break and Student Child Care Abroad.
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Arrival Dates

You can arrive any Sunday of the year from 6:00 to 20:00 in order to receive our free airport pick-up and transfer.

All participants visiting Indonesia (irrespective of the duration of stay) for our activities will have to apply for a social visa category B-211. Further details will be supplied when you book to support the application process. You can check your visa requirements by visiting the Indonesian consulate website by clicking here.

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You will be staying in basic but comfortable dorm style accommodation with all the amenities you need.
Three nutritious and balanced meals during the week and two at the weekend. Meals are typical Balinese dishes with plenty of chicken, noodles and vegetables.
Airport Pick Up
You will be met at the airport by one of our friendly in country team who will take you to the project.
Full Project induction and cultural orientation on arrival
Pre departure help and advice; local in country team; 24 hour emergency support.
Equipment and Medical Discounts
Changing Worlds customers will receive 10% off Travel Equipment, Medical Supplies and Vaccinations from Nomad Travel Store.
Excursions and Activities
Entrance fees for a range of excursions during your induction week are included (as per itinerary on Extra Info tab).
Transport to and from your project sites is provided by our in-country team. Transport will include public and private: taxi, bus, boat, bicycle. Participants will be expected to walk when travelling short distances.
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Not Included

Flights; Travel Insurance; Visa; Vaccinations; CRB/ DBS (Criminal Records Bureau) Check; Airport Drop-off; Spending Money.
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Cultural Immersion Week
Your first step on your Balinese journey will be a brief introduction to the local language, with language lessons from experienced teachers, followed by an orientation of the local area surrounding your accommodation and placements. The week’s activities will include trips to various Temples, a casual walking tour of the city of Ubud and a bit of monkeying around on the city’s famous Monkey street!

Express yourself while you develop your culinary skills with a basic Balinese cookery class (and eat some amazing food of course!), and get deep into Balinese tradition with further cultural activities including a traditional dance show. Finally, you will have a chance to purify your soul on a short spiritual tour of the famous Pura Tirta Empul temple, immersing yourself in the temple’s holy water and praying for good luck on your further travels!

Social Life in Bali
There is plenty to keep you busy in your spare time in Bali and the friendly and welcoming locals will be sure not to disappoint during your stay; the culture of Bali is certainly unique and you will soon find their laid back and positive attitude will rub off on you wherever you travel. Whether you fancy watching some vibrant and traditional dance, theatre or arts, taking part in a colourful and exotic street party or just chilling out on one of the islands paradise beaches there is something for everyone here. 

The Balinese know how to celebrate in style and if you’re visiting between June and July make sure you check out the annual art festival which is a full month of daily cultural performances, handicraft exhibitions and work from local artists. For a taste of extravagant Balinese performance make sure you visit Puri Dalem Taman Kaja to watch a traditional Kecak dance, which consists of over 100 performers reenacting the battle of Ramayana through dance. If you're more in the mood for partying the night away on the beach then Bali certainly delivers here too; make sure you visit Kuta where it’s all surfing, partying and socialising with plenty of other travelers to meet along your way.

Adventure Travel in Bali
Bali’s impressive landscape and lush countryside make it the perfect destination for adventure travel and there are plenty of adrenaline fuelled activities to keep you on your toes during your stay. Our in country coordinators know the area inside out and will be on hand to advise and point you in the right direction to make sure you have the trip of a lifetime

Accommodation in Bali
Your accommodation will be based in a basic but comfortbale volunteer house with shared, dorm style rooms. All participants are expected to be environmentally responsible and to use all resources with restraint, especially water, paper and electricity. 

Example Timetable 
08.00 - Breakfast
08:00-10:00 Organize activites at kindergarten.
12:00 Lunch
14.00-17.00 Preparing activites.
18:00 Dinner

Weekends are free to explore the island. Our in country team will be on hand to point you in the right direction and help you book onto extra excursions. 

CRB/ DBS (Criminal Records Bureau) Check
Participants must complete a CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) check, or provide a valid CRB certificate in order to be eligible for this trip. Changing Worlds has a partnership with a third party organisation that processes all CRB / DBS checks and disclosures on behalf of the Changing Worlds team. The process is extremely straight forward, making all aspects of the check as easy for the applicant as possible. Changing Worlds can provide this service for you at an additional cost of £30. For more information on the application process please take a look at the relevant Add On tab. 

Indonesia Map

A collection of exotic and alluring islands Indonesia is a dynamic and captivating destination full to the brim with culture, excitement and pure adventure! Most famous for the paradise, palm fringed beaches of Bali there is more than meets the eye with Indonesia which comprises over seventeen thousand islands and homes around 300 ethnic groups.

With breathtaking and diverse landscapes ranging from lush forests to dramatic volcanoes, buzzing markets to laid back beaches there is certainly something for everyone.

Quick Facts
Southern Asia
Bordering Countries
Australia, India, Palau, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand Vietnam, Ashmore and Cartier Islands.
Capital City
Constitutional presidential republic
247 million
Indonesian (and over 500 languages and dialects spoken in the archipelago)
Indonesian Rupiah
12% of population living below the poverty line
Main Exports
Coal, petroleum gases, palm oil, natural rubber
Tropical, temperatures average 28 degrees
Time Zone
Indonesia has three different time zones. Jakarta: GMT +7, Bali: GMT +8, Jayapura: GMT +9

Fun facts 
•Indonesia covers such a large area that it has three different time zones.
•Almost everyone in Bali has their teeth filed down as they believe that the six vices (jealousy, anger, confusion, drunkenness, desire, greed) enter the body through the top six teeth. 
•Indonesia exports 3,000 tons of frogs legs to France each year!

Travel Highlights
•Visit the largest living reptile, the Komodo, at the Komodo national park
•Swim amongst the colourful and exotic fish in Indonesia's most popular snorkelling and diving destination, Bunaken.
•Admire the spectacular Lake Toba on the island of Sumatra which was formed by a volcanic eruption some 70,000 years ago.
•Watch the sunrise across the breathtaking volcano of Mount Batur on the island Bali
•Visit the impressive temple of Borobudur, one of the most famous Buddhist temples in the world, on the island of Java. 

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Where is Indonesia
The islands of Indonesia stretch over five thousand miles along the equator in the middle of Indian and Pacific Ocean, located just South of Malaysia and the Philippines. Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago and sits in the divide between the Asian and continental plates, resulting in a stunning variety of natural environments. 

Indonesia’s Climate
Indonesia is a tropical country that sits along the equator meaning that the temperature stays very similar throughout the year, with pleasant day temperatures usually between 20 to 35 degrees Celsius. Between December and March the days are usually sunny with an outbreak of heavy showers throughout the night and high humidity. From June to September the humidity is generally low and it can often get quite cool in the evenings. Some areas higher in the mountains such as Ubud experience their own micro climate in where it is often cloudy throughout the year and can become quite chilly. 

Language in Indonesia
Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia) is the official language of Indonesia. It is a standardized register of Malay, an Austronesian language which has been used as a lingua franca in the Indonesian archipelago for centuries. Formal education and national media is conducted in Indonesian. Most Indonesians are often fluent in other regional languages that are only used in the home or local community such as Javanese, Sundanese and Madurese. 

The People of Indonesia
The people of Indonesia have an extremely positive outlook on life and demonstrate great generosity and kindness in their day to day lives. This can be experienced through their colourful street parties where spirits are always high and there is a real feeling of community involvement. Indonesians tend to be friendly and welcoming so it is worth making the effort to speak to the locals throughout your travels.

Travel in Indonesia
The three most popular islands in Indonesia are Bali, Sumatra and Java. It is easy to see why as each island contains national parks which are ripe with volcanoes, mountain ranges, jungles and flora and fauna that can be found nowhere else in the world.

The most famous of the Indonesian islands is the exotic Bali, where you can experience beaches, surfing and diving in some of the worlds most spectacular natural landscapes. Bali is packed to the brim with cultural celebrations, colourful dance and traditional art forms such as painting, wood carving, and 

Sumatra is situated in western Indonesia and is far less crowded than it’s neighboring islands, If you want to chill out and soak up the exotic scenery then Sumatra is the place for you! There is a huge array of fauna and flora on the island making it the perfect destination for eco-tourism.

Java is the world’s most populous island in the world, inhabiting over 135 million people. Boasting beautiful and serene countryside views, as well as the impressive Mount Bromo with it’s high peaks, constant smoke and volcanic sand. You will also find traditional Indonesian shadow puppet dances in central Java and the craftwork centre of Yogyakarta. The vibrant city of Jakarta in the East of the island is the cultural and international hub of Indonesia and the economic centre of the country.
Gap Year and Career Breaks in Indonesia
Come to Indonesia on your gap year or career break and experience a country with endless charm, charisma and excitement. With a huge array of cultural and natural diversity there is so much to explore, learn and experience on the trip of a lifetime.

Some people find the concept of paying to volunteer a bit strange. The truth is you don’t actually pay for your volunteer placement. That part is free. Your money goes on all the other benefits around it.
Project Assessment
Before you see a placement on our website, a lot of background work has gone on. We have met with local organisations, vetted in-country staff, conducted rigorous safety assessments and thoroughly evaluated the benefits of the placement, both for you and the community. Only then do you get to see the placement on our website and book your place, safe in the knowledge that it is well-structured and beneficial to the local community.
Help Choosing Your Placement
If you are not sure which placement or country to choose, our hugely informative Travel Advisors are here to help. They are a friendly bunch, have all travelled extensively and can offer lots of advice on choosing the right placement for you. This makes the task of deciding to volunteer in a foreign country much less intimidating, and far more exciting.
Pre-departure Advice
Once you have booked your placement, you will be assigned a dedicated Travel Advisor to offer essential pre-departure advice on vaccinations, visas, kit lists and more. They will also be on call to answer those important last minute questions like “how many pairs of socks do I need?” and “can I take my mobile phone with me?”
Help with Flights and Insurance
We do not include flights and travel insurance in our placement fee. This avoids us having to pass on unnecessary admin charges to you. It also gives you flexibility to plan any further travel before or after your volunteer placement. We do, however, offer lots of help on this through our leading flights and insurance partners, providing you with an easy booking facility and the best prices around.
Airport Pick-Up
Landing in a foreign country for the first time can be daunting. This is why we ensure our in-country staff are there to meet you on arrival. There’s nothing like seeing a friendly face when you walk out of a new airport. And once we have given you a warm welcome, the in-country staff will take you back to your accommodation where you can meet the rest of the team and other volunteers.
Arrival Orientation
We will take you through a local orientation and placement induction on arrival. This will introduce you to any useful amenities and local customs, and it will also show you how to stay safe while volunteering abroad. Our team also have lots of handy travel tips and advice if you are thinking of exploring the country in your spare time.
Accommodation and Food
Accommodation is included in all of our placements. Our volunteer houses, family home-stays and shared residences are comfortable and very sociable places to live while overseas. In some destinations, you may be able to upgrade to alternative accommodation. Just contact us for details. We endeavour to supply food on all of our placements, however in some cases this is not always possible. In many cases you will receive at least 1 meal a day, please see the project summary for further details.  
In-Country Staff
Your safety and enjoyment is extremely important to us. That’s why we have dedicated in-country teams to look after you throughout your placement. Our staff live nearby, can be reached 24-hours a day and will check-in with you throughout your placement to ensure everything is running smoothly, and you are happy in your new environment.
24-Hour Emergency Support
In addition to our in-country staff, you will benefit from our international support network. You will be given emergency contact details before you leave which you can call in the event of a crisis. We are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Ongoing Project Support
For every volunteer who travels with us, we make a donation to support the work you do in-country. This donation funds future initiatives in the countries and supports the local community, ensuring that those living in disadvantaged communities also have opportunities to develop.
Recruiting More Volunteers
In order to provide a reliable flow of volunteers to our placements overseas, we have to spend a chunk of money on recruiting people like you. Our projects simply wouldn’t survive if we didn’t. It costs to maintain a website, an office, phone lines and a team of dedicated Travel Advisors to answer all your questions!  
Getting There Getting There Getting There
There are quite a few things to consider and to organise before you travel to your chosen destination to take part in your trip or tour with us.

Flights and Insurance
Flights and insurance are not included on your placement which means you will have to arrange them before you leave. But don't panic, this is simpler than you may think! To make life much easier for you, we offer a free, personal booking service through our chosen flights and insurance partner – StudentUniverse, part of Flight Centre. They will guide you every step of the way.

Please only use this service here and do not go into one of their branches as this can complicate things for us.

Browse or book flights using our search engine. Click here to access it.

Alternatively you can call them on 03300 585032 and mention you are considering or are going away with Changing Worlds and let them do the hard work. They will also be able to provide you with adequate travel insurance.

Travelling after your trip with us? Need a round-the-world ticket? Not a problem... just discuss this with them too.

Why are flights not included?
By not including flights in our trips and tours, it avoids us having to pass on unnecessary admin charges to you. This keeps the cost of your trip lower and also means you have the freedom to search around for the lowest fares and most flexible tickets that fit your travel plans. It also means you can benefit from the expertise of our preferred partner.

What happens when flights and insurance are booked?
When you book any trip with us, you will gain access to our online Travel Centre, personalised for you. In here you will have all the information about your trip and how to plan for it, including the contact details for our in-country team and address you will be staying at.

There are also some forms we need you to complete before you depart, covering areas like your dietary requirements, next-of-kin, medical information, flight arrivals details and more.

Do I really need travel insurance?
We take the safety of our travellers very seriously. You must therefore book adequate travel insurance before you come away with us – you simply won’t be able to participate in your trip or tour if you don’t. Although policies vary, your insurance must include emergency medical expenses, personal accident cover, and repatriation. We also recommend that you book baggage, personal liability and cancellation cover.

Some of the countries where we work will require you to have a visa. We provide guidance for this against the Trip Summary tab so you can check whether your nationality requires it. If a visa is required we will provide a letter of invitation, if the embassy requests this, as well as all the relevant information you will need to complete the visa application process. This information is provided after you book with us. With all visa applications it is important that you have sufficient space available in your passport for the relevant visas required for your travels, and that your passport is valid for at least six months after your planned date of return.

Please note we have no control over the issuing of visas and this is at the embassies discretion. We will help wherever possible though.

At least 6 – 8 weeks before your chosen travel date you should visit your local GP or Nomad Travel Clinic to discuss your vaccination and medication requirements. Your medical professional will be able to advise you of any recommended and required vaccinations for your chosen destination(s).You should inform your doctor of all of your destination countries, and what activities you plan on doing, and in which regions you plan to stay while you are there, as different regions and activities have different health risks in some countries.

Some destination countries will require you to produce a certificate of vaccination in order to enter the country, so be sure that you understand any vaccination requirements for your chosen destination, so that you do not have any issues when passing through customs.

Above all you should make sure you are well prepared for your travels, so that you have the best experience possible whilst overseas!
Speak To Us
If you have any questions or would like some more information, simply contact one of our friendly Travel Advisors. You can give us a call, request a call back or drop us an email and they will be able to answer any questions you might have.

Book Your Place
Once you have decided to travel with us, you can secure your place by paying a small deposit. You will then be able to pay the rest of your placement fee in easy-to-manage instalments.

Welcome Pack
Once we have received your deposit, we will send you a welcome email confirming your booking. This will contain your personal login details for your Travel Centre – an online account full of useful information about your destination, you chosen project and all the things you need to do before you depart.

Personal Information
We will ask you to provide some key information to help us create the best overseas experience for you, such as medical and dietary requirements, any previous language lessons you have done, and what you’re hoping to get out of your time abroad. We may also ask you to complete a police background check.

Flights and Insurance
You will need to book your flights and travel insurance before you leave, and then provide us with these details. We do not include flights and insurance in the project fee (to avoid passing on extra admin costs to you) but our partners will help you find the best options around.

Next you will need to get your visa for your trip. British citizens do not require visas unless they are planning to work before or after the course, in which case a Working Holiday Visa will be required. We will also provide you with lots of information to make obtaining your visa very straightforward.
Final Payment
We will ask you for your final payment 90 days before your scheduled departure date. Once paid, you will be ready to pack your bags, grab your passport and get on the plane!  

1) Are meals included in this trip? 
Food is an important, so we include meals for the duration of this trip. On Weekdays our team will provide 3 meals per day and on weekends 2 meals per day (Brunch/ Dinner). 

2) What accommodation and support is provided?
Accommodation is provided in our comfortable volunteer houses (shared rooms of 2-4 people) or at a local home-stay, staying with a local family, and in some cases at the project site. You will be provided with a 24/7 emergency number for each respective country on arrival, and you will have the dedicated support from English speaking staff on site. Our in-country team also operates formal helpdesk during working hours for any feedback and questions from our participants.

3) Can a participant book a private room? 
On the whole, the accommodation we provide is twin or four shared, however we do offer those looking for a bit more privacy the opportunity to guarantee their own single room for an extra fee per week (dependant on availability – ask us for details). Just let us know in the comments section of your booking and we will try to make it happen for you! 

4) What ages are allowed on the trip? 
We recommend that those taking part in this trip should be 18+ year olds. For those who are under 18 years old, it is still possible to take part in the trip, we would however need written consent from a parent or legal guardian. Please mention this in the comments section of your booking. 

5) When do trip activities take place? 
The general schedules for this trip runs from Monday to Friday (unless otherwise stated that some weekend work is available) with evenings during the week, and weekends free for travel, excursions and activities. This trip is available all year but please take note that schedule adjustments may occur on certain dates throughout the year, due to the constant evolution of the projects and circumstances beyond our control.

Your teaching placement will take place at the school between 2.00pm - 5.00pm with mornings free to prepare your lesson plans. You can see an example itinerary on the 'Extra Info' tab. 

6) When can a participant arrive? 
As part of our in-country service we endeavour to provide an airport pick-up for all participants. A participant should arrive at their arrival airport between 6.00am and 6.00pm on the Sunday of the weekend of their trip start date, and will be met in the airport arrivals by a member of our in-country team or transfer service. Please note that for those arriving on a Saturday, an extra night accommodation charge is due (dependant on availability – ask us for details). Extra nights before or after your trip (Saturday being the last day for the trip) have a cost of £25 per night). Just let us know in the comments section of your booking! 

For those participants unable to arrive on the weekend, but will be arriving after the weekend on a weekday, a £50 transfer charge applies for airport pick-up and transfer to the accommodation site, unless the participant is making their own way to the accommodation location. In all such cases, please make sure we have all information of your arrival in good time before your trip.

7) Where do you pick-up and drop off? 
Return transfers to the airport are not provided, however we do covered your drop-off to the closest main city to your trip location, NOT to the airport. This is due to people having a range of different plans after their trip, and to avoid complications and logistical nightmares, transfers back to the airport are not available. You can expect to pay 300,000 IDR (approx £15) for return transport.  

8) How are participants transported? 
Trip participants should expect to be transferred from the airport to their trip location by public transport (Taxi or Coach). Depending on your chosen trip, trip related transport can vary between minibus, open air cars, boats, and even bicycles. 

9) What level of interactivity is required for this trip? 
We require our participants to be socially active whilst taking part in your trip! This trip incorporates lots of inter-action with the local people and culture, involves some local travel, and our volunteer projects will need you to use initiative the ability to think on your feet. In all cases, our in-country coordinators will be there to guide you and provide 24hr support to ensure everything is running smoothly.

10) Will I need a Visa?
Citizens from a large list of countries, including the UK will required a tourist visa to enter Indonesia (This is referred to as a B-211 Visa)

Tourist visa B-211 terms.
• The visa lasts for 60 days, and is then extendable once in country 4 times every 30 days.

• You cannot apply for the visa until 30 days before your travel to Indonesia 

• A visa is a single entry. If you leave the country before the visa expires, you cannot use this visa again.

• You can apply for the Tourist Visa B-211 through the Indonesian Embassy website in your home country.

Please note, you cannot apply for the Tourist Visa from inside Indonesia. 

Visa B-211 additional requests
You might have to include a bank statement to guarantee availability of funds to cover your expenses whilst in Indonesia. You may also need to provide proof of a return or onward ticket (onward ticket to any destination booked for a date no later than 6 months after your date of entry into Indonesia)

Alternatively, if you are staying in Indonesia for less than 4 weeks you can get an Visa on Arrival at the Indonesian airport for no fee. This visa only lasts 30 days and is not extendable in country. We therefore advise purchasing the 60 day tourist visa if you plan on travelling around Indonesia after your project.  

11) Will I need to pay Airport Tax?
You will be required to pay 200,000 IDR (Approx £10) airport tax on departing Bali.  

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  • "Working in the orphanage with these adorable kids was a great way to do something really good with my time abroad on my gap year. I would recommend it to anyone who is keen to work with children. A magical experience! I cannot wait to go back to Argentina and see how they are all getting on."
    Jade Garcia , Care Work, Argentina
  • "I loved this volunteer project in the orphanage in Buenos Aires. So many great kids, who love to play and learn from you. I really enjoyed the cooking lessons in the bakery, and the kids really liked to do face painting and arts, which was really fun, it was great to be able to put smiles on their faces. I will treasure my memories of my trip to Argentina for a long time."
    Susan Tanner , Care Work, Argentina
  • "Football coaching in India was awesome - from the day I arrived to the day I left. The people, especially the children, the culture, the food, were all great!! It was an experience that I will never forget!! If you have the opportunity travel and coach sport... especially in India....then just go for it! .... Sanj"
    Sanjay Thanki , Sports, India
  • "The experience I had in Ecuador was without doubt the greatest experience of my life so far. I would recommend the programme to anyone who has even the slightest interest in playing or coaching football."
    Craig Lawlor , Sports, Ecuador
  • "My time in Quito was amazing. I had a wonderful experience working with the kids, and partying in the Mariscal. My homestay was also fabulous and I made amazing friends with my other housemates and the family. I look forward to returning sometime soon."
    Francesca Ioffreda , Sports, Ecuador
  • "Overall it is such an enjoyable placement and very good for helping my German and communication skills. It’s really fun and everyone is really friendly. The kids are lovely and there’s never a dull moment!"
    Stephanie Memory , Teaching, Germany
  • "The experience of becoming a ski instructor was out of this world. The group bonded and we all met friends for life! The local people were the friendliest and most welcoming people I have ever come across."
    Phil Nolan , Sports, Canada
  • "The experience of becoming a ski instructor was out of this world. The group bonded and we all met friends for life! The local people were the friendliest and most welcoming people I have ever come across."
    Samantha Platt , Sports, Canada
  • "I am extremely passionate about this project and being a professional photographer, meant I could teach a wide range of skills to the kids".
    Remy Whiting , Art & Craft, South Africa

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