Participants have the opportunity to explore the beauty of the destinations, besides tourists can learn many attractive things of the area such as: how to make salt and fish sauce of the coastal people ; planting and taking care of coffee, for cultivation of mountainous people; formation, activity of volcanic, mangroves, ...

Through the knowledge accumulated after the trip, the awareness of tourists to the world around us will definitely change a lot.

Coming to Dai Vi carpentry Village - ancient village, ancient profession of Kinh Bac.

The name “ Dai Vi” refers to the profession of wood. From the former time, Dai Vi villagers, Dai Dong (Tien Du, Bac Ninh province) has woodworking craft. The workman in village go everywhere, bring their ingenuity and diligence to build cultural buildings, pagodas, lentils, shrine... And their children maintain the traditional profession of the predecessor. In Dai Vi, instead of breaking down ancient houses, people tend to build and revive them...


Coming to Nga Son to learn to weave mats.

Nga Son is located nearby the sea, 40km from Thanh Hoa City in the North East. Along the coast is a fertile area with eight communes, beyond a special tree for stopping waves, this land can only grow sedge which is used for weaving Nga Son mat - the pride of the countryside.

Referring to Thanh Hoa, everyone knows Nga Son mat, a famous product of this coastal land, symbol for the happiness of couples in love ...

Rice cultivation in the Red River Delta.

Wet rice civilization was an ancient civilization which appeared about 10,000 years ago in the Southeast Asia and South China. This civilization reached a high level of rice cultivation techniques, irrigation, tools development and livestock professional use. The development of wet rice civilization created favourable conditions for the formation of contemporary culture as Hemudu Culture, the Dong Son Culture, Culture of Peace, ...


Hoi An lantern.

Traditional lantern is a unique product of Hoi An - the world cultural heritage.

For a long time, Hoi An lanterns have not only given the old quarter a unique feature but also an attractive souvenir item for tourists. Hoi An lanterns are variety of colours, materials, styles and shapes, from round, octagonal, hexagonal to squash, garlic. Hoi An people are very proud of their lanterns made by themselves. To make lanterns, old bamboo is soaked with salt water for 10 days to prevent termites, then dried, made thin depending on the size of the lamps. Covering cloths must be special like silk…, which are tough to stretch without tearing. Also, workman need techniques to make curves straight.


Coming to Cham village to learn how to make ancient pottery.

Bau Truc Village, Phuoc Dan town, Ninh Phuoc district, Ninh Thuan province handed craft pottery by hand. This pottery village is considered the most ancient village in Southeast Asia. Beside traditional products as “lu”, flower pots ... Cham artisans also create a variety of art potteries in original decoration.

  • I had a great time volunteering with CVTD. Had the opportunity to meet amazing people from so many countries, besides the experience to work with disable kids that was so special and definitely unforgettable in my life. I got all the support i needed and felt home during the month i spent on the project. Hope to come back one day. 

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  • I had an amzing time!Definitely the place to volunteer if you are in vietnam!the girls who work there are superfriendly and make you feel at home in no time.

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