VWB Projects

Project Selection

Several factors are taken into account when matching volunteers to Training, Service Learning, or Corporate Social Responsibility programmes. Once you have advised us of the following, we can propose a prioritisedshortlist of project options for you:

  • When (week/month/year) you would like to undertake your volunteer programme.

  • The donor funding you can make available for your project.

  • The number of volunteers in your group (where every participant will be actively engaged.) 

  • The number of days, weeks or months you can dedicate to the volunteer project.

  • The project-related skills level of those in your group. 

  • The age and/or physical abilities of those in your group. 

  • The need for local labour to support you in your efforts.

  • Your preferences in order of priority - from our VWB Projects 

  • Whether or not you want to combine your volunteer programme with other Special Interest Activities, Courses or Workshops that are available from Track of the Tiger T.R.D.

Pricing - we take the following factors into consideration when quoting prices:

  • The group size (1 teacher/group leader free for every 10 participants.)
  • The transfer cost - in and out.
  • The accommodation option chosen (participants or per room.)
  • The meal costs.
  • The programme components and scheduling.
  • The evening activity cost (putting on craft workshops, inviting a lecturer etc.)
  • The number of instructors and support staff needed.
  • The daily transport costs involved.
  • Daily insurance cover for participants.
  • Donor funding to cover set up costs, materials, local labour if needed.
  • Programme transport – Minibus (with seatbelts) or local transport (Songtaew)

Project Locations & Transport

Volunteers Without Borders currently operates projects based from 2 main locations in Northern Thailand:

VWB & Track of the Tiger T.R.D. HQ in Chiang Mai -  at or from the Sanpatong Experiential Education Centre located 30kms southeast of the city.

 The Maekok River Village Resort & Outdoor Education Centre in Ban Thaton, Amphur Mae Ai, located 175 kms north of Chiang Mai.

Minibuses with 9-10 seats are used to travel from Chiang Mai city to SEEC and the MRVR. Once at these destinations, local pick up buses, minibuses or bicycles can be used to get to the project location. 

Please use our Enquiries & Quotations Form to ensure a prompt and detailed response.


For enquires and programme quotations, please use our contact form.

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