Homestays, Volunteering & Working Holidays in Thailand
Workaway Host List - Find Hosts and Organizations
Important information about visiting: Thailand
If you are planning to visit Thailand as a volunteer and not as a tourist you will need the correct visa. To find out more information you need to contact the embassy in your home country before travelling.
Meaning of the colours:
Possibility that workawayers are needed
By default (toggle switch to the left) hosts who have both yellow AND green indicated for the months
you have selected will be shown. If you move the toggle to the right ONLY hosts who have indicated
green will be shown.
Meaning of this:
By default (toggle switch to the left) will show hosts who have ANY of the months you have chosen
marked as available. This means that some of the months might be marked red (no availability.) If
you need to see ALL of the months you have selected as available move the toggle to the right.
Help take care of upto 10 rescued and foster dogs in an idyllic jungle setting on Koh Chang Island.
Help is 7 days a week, but with 2 double bedrooms it's possible to split the work with another couple. Use of motorbike included, and a stipend of ......
I am Corinna, a German who has lived in Chiang Mai for almost 15 years. I have 10 rescued dogs, who are living with me in the house.
During all these years, I've been supporting and helping stray dogs, abandoned temple dogs, some shelters and the ......
I'm a retired Australian who's been living in Thailand for 14 years. I've been helping homeless cats and dogs for about four years. At the moment, there are about 80 homeless cats and 10 dogs in my care. I take care of the homeless cats and some of ......