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Voluntary Projects in Bali in Indonesia for your Gap Year or Career Break with Travellers Worldwide

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Indonesia is a paradise of 18,307 tropical Islands and is home to the second largest tropical rain forest in the world, 167 active volcanoes and the Giant Komodo Dragon.
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Turtle Conservation and Rehabilitation on the Island of Nusa Penida in Bali
You'll work on an island which is a 45 minute speed boat ride from mainland Bali. You'll contribute to collecting vital baseline data and, depending on  time of the year, you may identify turtle species, collect eggs, monitor nests or see hatchlings get safely to sea.

During the day, you'll also teach English at one of the local schools on the island. Few native English speakers have taught English here before, so your experience is guaranteed to be an authentic one!

Turtle Conservation and Rehabilitation in Bali in Indonesia

Care For, and Teach, Children in a Kindergarten in Bali
Care for and teach English to young Balinese children; aged 4 to 5 years old, whose curious minds and natural friendliness gives you the opportunity to make a real impact. You'll encourage the children to learn and grow creatively, thus sowing the seeds for a greater future in years to come.

The Kindergarten offers free kindergarten education to 4-5 year old children from poor villages in and around the area. The local children are warm and affectionate and would rather spend time playing than learning.

Care for and Teach Children in Kindergarten in Bali, Indonesia, with Travellers Worldwide

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Teach Children in a Local School or Teaching Centre in Ubud in Bali
Work with children as an assistant teacher teaching English, Sport and Games to local children in a school or Teaching Centre.

You can teach a variety of English Based subjects, and you'll also be able to teach whole classes on your own or or take classes together with other volunteers.

The average ages of children are between 4-7 years old for preschool and between 7-14 years old for primary school.

Teach English, Sports and Games to Children in Schools in Bali in Indonesia | Volunteering, Cap Year and Career Break

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CAN'T CHOOSE? Call our Indonesia Project Consultant, Andrew Kemp, for free advice and guidance on which Project would be best for you.
+44 (0)1903 502595

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Indonesia is the leading holiday destination.  Bali is renowned for its diverse and sophisticated art forms, such as painting, sculpture, woodcarving, handicrafts, and performing arts. Bali boasts one of the most diverse and innovative performing arts cultures in the world, with paid performances at thousands of temple festivals, private ceremonies and public shows.

There is a lot to do, from visits to various temples around Bali, a walking tour of Ubud and the famous Monkey street, local art and cooking classes, traditional dance shows and flower arranging classes. 

Indonesia is a paradise of 18,307 tropical Islands (Known as an Archipelago) and is home to the second largest tropical rain forest in the world, 167 active volcanoes and the Giant Komodo Dragon. Ė Bring your camera!

With a population of 240 million people and 300 different ethnic groups, this is the place to shop, party, and explore.

Travel to the Island of the Gods, and step into a photograph of natural and social luxury, this perfect island getaway offers Idyllic beaches encased by luscious fields of green, endless colourful festivals and the best shopping in the world.

Fall in love with the warmth of the localís people and their charismatic villages adorned by beautiful temples that give the full understanding of this deeply spiritual and unique culture. The award winning Island of Bali has something for everyone to experience.


  • Buy something from a Kuta Mall, a market selling well known clothing brands for very cheap.

  • Take a sunset cruise over Baliís reef

  • Visit the island of Lombok for its amazing attractions

  • Explore the rice fields of Bali by bicycle

  • Relax on Padang Padang beach Ė Winner of the travelers choice 2013

  • Attend a Night tour of the Bali Zoo, home of the 3 legged Bengal Tiger.

  • Have fun in the sun at Waterbom Bali Water Park

  • Learn how to surf in Kuta and party all night long at the wild Potato head club.

Night Life:

  • Rock Bar: Sip on a cocktail while feeling the spray of the waves crashing around you.

  • Black dog: Trendiest spot in town with live bands and a chilled atmosphere

  • Kecak Dance: Watch the ocean as you dance to the best tunes

  • Tir na Nog: A Irish Pub dedicated to football

Bucket List:

  • Pura Tirta Emoul: A famous temple to bathe in holy water for good luck.

  • Pura Tanah Lot: perched in what seems to be the middle of the ocean is this magnificent temple.

  • Ujung Water Palace: Lush gardens surrounding a maze of waterfalls and pools

  • Big Tree Farm bamboo chocolate factory: The name says it all

  • Bali Theatre: An experience like no other of traditional Balinese dance performances

  • Bali Safari & Marine Park: Home too many highly endangered Indonesian wildlife.

  • Museum Pasifika: A look into all the different cultures of Bali

Nusa Penida
The Island of Nusa Penida is a beautiful untouched paradise that lies 20km off the coast of Bali. Part of a small cluster called the Penida islands that include Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Lembongan.

World renowned for its diving and snorkelling sights, it offers large spreads of coral reefs and possible encounters with magnificent manta rays, Mola Mola (sun fish), and sometimes the Whale Shark. If snorkelling isnít your thing, though, the Penida Islands are not lacking in amazing activities:


  • Take a boat ride out to Malibu point and watch the Mata rays and silver-tips.

  • Surf at Mushroom Bay or adventure to the ship wreck

  • Experience a Mangrove park tour

  • Explore the local villages and different foods

  • Hike to Sebuluh Waterfall or Devils Tear

  • Observe the workings of a seaweed farm

  • Lie in the sun on Scoobydoo Beach or Crystal Bay (Bring a picnic)

  • Have lunch on the floating restaurant at Toya Pakeh village

Bucket List:

  • Pur Puncak Sari: A temple on the top hill of Lembongan Island overlooking the Indian Ocean

  • Nusa Penida National Bird sanctuary: Hundreds of nearly extinct birds find safety here including the White Cockatoo (only 3 exist in the wild)

  • Goa Giri Putri: Large limestone caves and a place dedicated to meditation and many pilgrimages. (Remember to bring a sarong)

  • Puncak Mundi: The highest point on the Penida Island, at 521 meters above sea level.

  • Suspension Bridge: Walk across to another Island: A must do!

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