Easy guide to voluntourism in Southeast Asia

I just stumbled across a couple of great website resource for Voluntourism – the recreation of tourism combined with volunteering work for charities and non-profits. It’s called True Travellers. Keep reading for even more info about voluntourism in Southeast Asia and these guys.

They have an impressive list of places around the world you can go to contribute some time and energy for the good cause. You can find volunteer projects in the following countries on their site.

  • Thailand
  • Cambodia
  • Myanmar

To name a few amazing destinations for voluntourism in Southeast Asia.

Stray Asia Voluntourist Stops in Laos

Stray Asia already makes a stop in at the Abundant Water organisation in Vientiane where travellers can learn how to make a water filter . We also provide learning materials to a remote school in Laos called Ban Lad Khammune.

As always we are looking to do more for the environment and make a positive contribution. Perhaps you could “hop-off” the bus at one of these locations and help out for a bit?

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