6 Amazing Reasons To Volunteer In Vietnam In 2020


There is always a reason for anyone to travel to a destination. It can be the charm about that destination, a motive behind traveling there or maybe just because few people on the internet says so. Similarly, there are reasons why one must visit Vietnam at least once in their lifetime. But what I like to take your attention to is, why it must be the top destination on your bucket list for 2020?

As the year 2018 inches towards its end, travelers around the world are preparing their itinerary for 2020. Amongst them are few intrepid travelers who would be taking a gap year abroad to volunteer. If you are one of them, then we would like to make a special recommendation for Vietnam; and even if you are not, read carefully. While you might find a number of articles mentioning about what to do/see/buy/eat/ etc. in Vietnam, we give you 6 strong reasons to begin your new year with volunteer traveling to Vietnam.

1. Sites You Never Knew Could Be This Stellar

Halong Bay in Vietnam

From the world popular Halong Bay to the picturesque valley of Sapa and Vistas, and a huge array of majestic white sandy beaches; Vietnam is dotted all over with astonishing locations and World Heritage Sites. Visit any city, urban or remote village, and you will find enough reasons to feel serenity.


2. One of the Most Hospitable People You Will Meet in Life


There is something with most of the Southeast Asian countries, as even in Vietnam, you would find people greeting you with full excitement and a broad smile on their face. Although the people have been through the dark faces of war and blood in the past, it is almost surprising to find a calm and content approach of native Vietnamese people towards life.


3. Great Option for Affordable Traveling Abroad














For those who look for some great budget destinations to travel to, Vietnam is one of the best choice hands down. The country is a developing nation and its economy relies a lot on the tourism, thus making it quite affordable to explore. What adds to it is the fact that the stay and meals are covered under the program fee, which cuts down a major part of any travel expenditure. Past volunteers to Vietnam had shared some more than satisfactory experiences with us.


4. Opportunity to Sip on One of the Best Coffees in the World

Best Coffees in the World in Vietnam

You would not even think about doubting the quality of coffee served in a country that happens to be its second largest producer in the world. And what is served on your table, in a café, is coffee added with sweetened condensed milk; giving it a taste of a different level. Drinking coffee is a regular activity in the country and could be found as a habit in most families.


5. Good Food


To volunteer, one needs energy, and for energy one needs food. And no matter how lame this line may sound, it is the truth. But when you are in Vietnam, it is more than just for the energy sake that you gorge on some lip-smacking delicacies. It is the variety, the flavor, the essence, and the fact that Vietnam has one of the best street-food you will find anywhere in the world.  

6. A Dark Past, a Developing Present, and a Hopeful Future














Even today, for many foreigners, Vietnam is remembered for its years of war and destruction. But when you travel to this country, you’ll realize how much things have changed now. The lifestyle is peaceful, the travel experience is safe, and the exploring opportunities are plenty. And with the help and support of our team of volunteers, we can hope for a brighter future.

Of course, you can take your time to plan a leisure trip to Vietnam and visit the destination anytime you want to. But before you do that, it would be a good idea to contemplate these aspects of the country. Kicking-off your new year with a trip to Vietnam to volunteer is the best decision you probably would make in 2020.

In case you need any sort of help regarding the projects in Vietnam, you can take guidance from our advisors at [email protected]

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