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Volunteers needed in Bali, Australia & Phillipines – combat sexual exploitation of kids!

By VolunteerGuideBali | May 14, 2017

Project Karma is currently looking to fill volunteer and unpaid internship positions in Bali, Australia and the Philippines with the right people. If you think you have what it takes to join a dedicated and enthusiastic team of current volunteers, you have a passion for helping people, are looking to dedicate your valuable skills to…

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Volunteer Translator needed for Animal Shelter in Bali

By VolunteerGuideBali | Mar 17, 2017

Are you fluent in Indonesian and good in English? And do you LOVE animals? And are Facebook savvy? This no-kill shelter in Ubud is looking for Volunteer Translators for their Indonesian FB page About the organisation: BARC- Bali Adoption and Rescue Center The Bali Adoption & Rehabilitation Centre (BARC) is a non-profit organization that has…

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Plastic Free Music Festival Bali

By VolunteerGuideBali | Mar 13, 2017

Two days after Bali’s Silent Day (Nyepi), Gili Air – one of the 3 famous small islands right of the coast of Bali is hosting it’s first ever Plastic Free Music Festival! Dates: 31st of March- 1 & 2 April. Described as: “The best, friendliest and most beautiful festival I’ve ever been to. The sound is…

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Donate Blood for Bali’s Red Cross- 21st of March

By VolunteerGuideBali | Mar 9, 2017

Save lives by donating your blood on Tuesday the 21st of March in Bumi Sehat in Ubud. Bali’s Red Cross (Palang Mera Indonesia) is workin hard every day to help the local community by assisting at life threatening situations. Unfortunately there are not enough people in Bali giving blood donations to be able to meet…

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Celebrate Nyepi (silent day) with the locals in Ubud, Bali

By VolunteerGuideBali | Mar 1, 2017

Unlike you have ever experienced before… Nyepi: Every year Bali experiences 1 day of complete Silence, this year it’s on the 28th of March. Nobody is allowed on the streets, except for emergency vehicles responding to life-threatening conditions and women giving birth. People stay in their homes and at night no lights and electricity is…

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Children’s Book Illustrator Wanted

By VolunteerGuideBali | Feb 6, 2017

DESIGN TRASH SUPERHERO CHARACTER! Awesome environmental organisation Trash Hero is looking to collaborate with a children’s illustrator (or wannabe illustrator)​ ​to produce an educational story for kids around the world. The text is ready to go, all they need now is a talented individual to help make the words come to life! Trash Hero is…

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Why You Should Never (Pay) To Volunteer In An Orphanage

By VolunteerGuideBali | Jan 9, 2017

Volunteering in an orphanage abroad is an ever popular activity for people in their ‘gap year’. 80% of orphans around the world are not orphans, and are living in terrible conditions, being institutionalized causes for later addiction, depression and suicide in later life.

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Goa Gajah aka Elephant Temple Bali

Visit this Awesome Temple in Bali: Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave)

By VolunteerGuideBali | Jan 2, 2017

GOA GAJAH a.k.a. The Elephant cave On the road from Ubud to Teges you will find Goa Gajah, which is also known as “the Elephant Cave’. If you are staying in Ubud then this temple is easily reached even by bicycle.  Souvenir stands and bus stands will show you, you are in the right place. And…

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Rainy Day in Bali

5 Awesome Things To Do On A Rainy Day in Bali

By VolunteerGuideBali | Dec 12, 2016

Photo: Jumilla, “Pura Luhur Batukaru” /Flickr Yep, rain. It’s the downside of living in the tropics: a couple of months each year it’s hot and humid, and it pours – well, at least a couple of hours each day. Fortunate for you, we have made a list for you of things to do between those downpours. Here…

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