Are you up for an adventure?
If you are ready for something different and enjoy a lush and creative environment, join us!
We offers you a fresh perspective on life, a worthwhile cause and many educational opportunities.
We are looking for a of two traveling volunteers, preferred native English speakers and over 23 years old, that can help us run our Organic Teahouse, welcome guests, ready the rooms,
Cook food, help with chores. We also sell and collect seeds and need help packing seeds, planting trees etc.
Let us introduce our (Koh)Lanta is the beautiful island where we are located. We have set up this project to offer alternative education for people of all nationalities and ages, promoting a creative, innovative, loving and caring mindset. Education is the key in setting forth the positive changes toward sustainability and regenerating lifestyles that the world and humanity desperately need. Here we do so in the form of eco tourism.
Babysitting / child care
Cooking / shopping
Help with Eco project
Help in the house
Helping with Tourists
Are you interested in being part of a sustainable lifestyle built on cooperation, love and respect for the planet? Then come and join our happy, little family at our eco-village and receive as much as you give.
We offer visits, stays and learning opportunities for Thais and internationals and are now working hard to get people to know about us. You will have the chance to meet and exchange with local people and tourists from all over the world!
*️*️*️*️We are searching for a volunteer to help with creating YouTube video's, filming and editing, taking care of our online presence such as our joomla website, Facebook page, Google and TripAdvisor.*️*️*️*️
• Native or fluent in English, especially from UK, US, Canada.
• Over 22 years of age.
• Experience in filming and editing, social media, marketing, photography.
• A passion for sustainability and interest in natural building, bamboo, back to basic life style and education.
• Enjoy living in nature.
English / Thai / Dutch
Free accommodation in our basic adobe and bamboo community house with jungle kitchen, shared living room and shower. You're supplied with a mattress, bedding, mosquito net and fan. There are electric outlets in every room.
In your free time; luckily you’re on the most gorgeous of islands so there’s always something to see and do. There’s a plethora of ways to explore or relax on the island.
A drive over the central mountains of the island, through lush rainforest will put you in ‘Old Town’ where the locals and tourist mingle – a perfect spot to catch the sunrise. North is the busy little port of ‘Saladan’ where the majority of the ferries arrive. A narrow street packed with quaint restaurants sitting on stilts over the water awaits you. To the south is Koh Lanta’s national park where you’ll find more pristine beaches, thick rain-forest and groups of cheeky monkeys; so be careful where you leave you bags!
Day trips on a traditional long-tail boat are a wonderful way to explore surrounding islands with their deserted beaches and underwater caves. If you’re feeling more energetic explore Koh Lanta’s beautiful mangrove forests by kayak; keep an eye out for the swimming monkeys.
A 1.5 hour ferry from Saladan will place you in Koh Phi Phi – possibly the most beautiful group of islands on the planet; scores of tourist (unfortunately) flock here to swim, dive, hike and sunbath. As darkness creeps in the island comes alive. A thin strip of land connects two island-mountains and is packed with restaurants, bars and hostels. The strip is fringed on both sides with white, sandy beaches where night clubs and fire shows go on until the early morning.
And how can you come to this part of the world and not take up snorkeling or scuba diving? The tropical, crystal clear waters and its corals, are teeming with the most colourful, wonderful and unique marine life which is why these waters are considered one of the world’s top 10 dive sites.
If that all sounds too much for you just head to the beach; Koh Lanta is jam-packed with tropical beaches of soft white sands, washed with the bluest of waters and fringed with palm trees. Dotted along the beaches you’ll find ramshackle bars and restaurants with driftwood walls and sandy floors. Chill under their thatched roofs with a fresh coconut and some yummy papaya salad.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Up to 5 hours a day, 5 days a week