What's Included in Your Placement Fees?
Homestay Accommodation and Meals
Volunteers live with local families in traditional Balinese villages and share with 2-6 other volunteers. Your hosts will provide breakfast and traditional Indonesian dinner during the working week.
Our incredible team will be there to support you the whole time and are on call 24/7.
Your first week is all about training you up to work responsibly at your projects. This includes workshops and talks that take place in your first week at the psychiatric facility where you will be working throughout your placement.
The latter part of your training week is spent drenched in adventure on your Adventure Break. Think white water rafting, night trekking and a bonfire under the stars.
SLV.Global provide all transport for volunteers from the airport, to all projects, SLV.Global organised workshops and to the Adventure Break!
What's not Included?
Approximately £350 - £750 (depending on country of origin)
The cost of the Social Visa is £45. You'll apply for this yourself directly from the Indonesian Embassy. Please make sure your passport is valid for at least six months after your return date.
£30 - £70
DBS or equivalent
Please check with your doctor about recommended jabs and remember to mention that you'll be working in a medical environment.
Weekends are spent exploring the island and out of the homestay. Bali is a luxurious island, so budget accordingly. We recommend £100-£150 per week.
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