Thailand Volunteer Program
Volunteer in Thailand with GIVE and immerse yourself in Thai culture and remote hill-tribe villages as you work alongside host community members on our organic farming, reforestation and English education projects. Your Thailand volunteer trip then culminates with bamboo rafting, elephant trekking (through the jungle!) and bungee jumping! After volunteering in Thailand, you can add-on our volunteer trip to Laos & save $500 on the Southeast Asia Package!
*Trips Available for Volunteers Aged 40+ Learn More
Trek for elephants in the jungle
Teach English to local children
Take the ultimate leap of faith
Embark on a bamboo rafting journey
Plant the seeds of change
Explore limestone caves
Immerse yourself in unique cultures
Volunteer Work in Thailand
Get your hands dirty on our reforestation and permaculture projects, which are focused on conserving the natural resources that are so important to local people, wildlife and the economy. You will be able to teach English alongside talented local teachers to primary and middle school students, helping to prepare them for a world of educational and professional opportunities. After you volunteer in Thailand, you will also get to support Asian Elephant conservation while taking part in ethical elephant tourism!
When you volunteer in Thailand with GIVE, you’ll also get to experience real, off-the-beaten-path adventures. Look into the eyes of an elephant while hiking with them in their natural habitat protecting them from human-elephant conflict, trek through the jungle, terraced rice paddies and limestone caves, hear the calls of the wild while bamboo rafting to remote hill-tribe communities, and feel the rush of bungee-jumping from 160 feet!
“Worth every penny. Such an amazing organization that allows you to be completely immersed in the culture. I gained an understanding what it means to be a global citizen and met life long friends. I couldn’t have asked for anything more form this trip. This trip opens your eyes to what life is like on the other side of the world.”