Volunteer With Us

Are you planning to visit North Sumatra in your travels to Indonesia?
Do you want to do something different and give a little back to the community?
We’d be more than happy to welcome you to volunteer at one of our Sumatra Volunteer Teacher Programs.

We are looking for both temporary and long-term volunteers, international or local. You can volunteer with us and enjoy the beautiful landscape of the Rainforest. What you can do to help depends on your interests, skills, and time to commit.We welcome people with any skill level.



Our Projects

Teaching at The Jungle-School
Tree Planting
Helping the Local Community


What We Offer
Homestay and Accommodation

Visiting some nice places around Bukit Lawang – Selang Pangeran
with our team.

Accommodation is 150,000 rupiah per night

Here are some photos of the jungle lodge for volunteers –

Jungle LodgementYour Jungle HomeSerenity in the jungle

What is volunteering?
Volunteering is about giving your time to a good cause. You don’t get paid, but you do get the chance to use your talents, develop new skills, and experience the pleasure that comes from making a real difference to other people’s lives, as well as your own.


Volunteers will be teaching in a small village near Bukit Lawang.
You don’t have to be a teacher to volunteer with us.
There is no need to have a qualification to gain work experience in any of our small village destinations.
You don’t even need to speak the local language where you are going. The programme is open to all volunteers whether you are on a gap year, at university or wanting a career break. All we require is a good standard of spoken English


Through teaching and education
Jungle Edie Lodgement-Bukit Lawang Volunteers Teaching support education programmes in small villages of Sumatra.
Selang Pangeran,Timbang Lawan Bukit Lawang-Bohorok,North Sumatera -Indonesia.
Our programmes are part of a global effort to ensure that every child has access to a quality education.



Bianca from Australia volunteered with us in February. You can read her story here.


For more information about volunteering please get in touch with me here.