Internship Programs in Bali

Registration Fee

€ 75

Program Fees & Service

€ 1210

4 - 12 weeks

Marine Conservation Program Fees & Service

We are happy that you are motivated to add your support to the Marine Conservation Program! As this program involves more service and effort, such as dive equipment rental, dive master’s supervision on site and inhouse accommodation advised, other fees apply than for the other programs. REGISTRATION FEE: 75 EURO

All Marine Conservation Program’s registration fee is 75 EURO, which is not part of the program fee below. This fee may be refundable according to our terms and conditions.

What the registration fee covers:

  • Program consultation and personal assessment with our program specialist

  • Mediation to the most suitable current openings voluntary work programs

  • Volunteer recruitment interview session with our program coordinator

  • Access to connect with host organization in Bali and interview

  • Detailed information about the program and host organization profile 

  • Website maintenance

PROGRAM FEE (4 WEEKS) : 1210 EURO

each additional week: 260 EURO

What's Included

Program Placement

  • Volunteer program confirmation letter

  • Program documents arrangement (program contract, university statement letter, reference letter and any related documents when requested and required by participants)

Pre-departure Support

Upon Arrival & Bali Support

  • Airport pick-up and transfer to volunteer’s Bali home

  • Arrival package incl. Bali Internships merchandise, SIM-card and welcome dinner voucher

  • Accommodation for 2/4 weeks including breakfast

  • Transport to North Bali 

  • Dive Equipment (5 dives a week approximately)

  • Dive instructor and mentor contribution fee

  • First volunteer introduction day assistance and introduction to the host organization 

  • Program assessment and feedback  

  • Emergency support & support during your program

  • Visa extension assistance during your program

  • Information about events and access to students community in Bali

  • Information and guidance for social and tourism activities

  • Local contact person

  • Contribution to the program deducted from the program fee

  • Connection to other volunteers

  • Certificate of completion

FAQ's

It is critical that you understand the concept of traveling abroad to volunteer independently or to get mediation with reliable thorough information on the organization you will support when you arrive in Bali. With over a decade of work and commitment to support local organizations in every project they have, our mediation throughout the year of connecting young and senior volunteers from around the world to Bali's local community projects such as schools, non profits, conservation centers has been our strongest suit. Our program fee logic is to provide responsible and quality volunteer programs

Before deciding, be aware of the pro's and con's of organizing a volunteer trip to Bali on your own or to get wholesome assistance from organizations like ours. We are a team of professional young people, who have committed ourselves to providing full-time support for volunteers, who want to make sure that their support is sustainable and valuable, while exploring Bali with like-minded people.


No, you can easily decide after your internship got confirmed by the host company. Some companies may also offer accommodation as a reimbursement, however, this is not the regularity.

Yes, definitely! Although your internship coordinator in your host company/organization might already support you, as you will see them on a daily basis, we will always be there to support you. We will schedule regular internship visits to ensure your satisfaction and the sustainability of your internship commitment. Plus, we will assist you with your monthly visa extension, inform you about upcoming events and student gatherings and you can always reach us over our emergency number!

Visa assistance means that we will mediate with you to provide you assistance, information, and guidance during your visa application. Visa costs are not included in our service fee and need to be settled directly to your visa inviter as the current visa applications due to the global pandemic are all done online and directly to the Immigration Official site and visits to the embassy of Indonesia have been eliminated entirely. During your program in Bali, our team will assist you to arrange your visa extension after your first 60 days in Bali. This includes providing you with necessary contacts from visa agents and extension documents. The extension fees are not included in our service fee and need to be settled at the immigration office in Bali directly.


Due to circumstances changes of travel restrictions, you will have the following options:

  • Postpone your participation until the Indonesian border is open for international visitors (with B211A visa visitor) and you will arrive to start your internship as planned (with a new internship starting date)

  • Postpone your internship to a completely new term and we will hold your internship program until the agreed and confirmed new term advised by you and acknowledged by Bali Internships and internship host company/program

Please note that the refund exceptions as stated above only apply in case traveling is made impossible by higher authorities. In other cases, such as sickness or withdrawal due to personal reasons, doubts, fear, etc. our usual terms and conditions apply.

How to settle the registration fee?

You have the option to transfer the registration fee of 75 Euro or settle it via Bank Transfer or Transferwise. For all other options, please see the bank account details on our Registration Form.